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72nd Anniversary Supplement

  70 years of Baguio politics
In the early ‘50s, a Visayan named Benito Lopez, (Don Benito to intimates and friends) said to be feuding with his cousins, the Lopez brothers Fernando and Eugenio, pulled up roots in his home province of Iloilo, and bringing along his… 
   
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  Reflections on Midland Courier’s 72nd anniversary
Baguio Midland Courier marks 72 years of uninterrup–ted publication, except in the dark days of Martial Law when practically all media outlets all over the land were closed. 
   
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  Midterm elections: Charting a new path
Elections normally polarize the electorate. In a setup where the public is given the freedom to choose whom they feel can deliver their aspirations, they cast their votes and a candidate gets elected. 
   
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  Ma–voting usapan: Apathy, the youth, and the upcoming elections
Apathetic. Uncaring. Unmotivated. Apathetic. Uncaring. Unmotivated. This is how we are defined. 
   
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  Politics and faith
Politics and the church. Politics, political campaigns, and elections are peaceful in Mountain Province. 
   
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  Candidates’ forum:
Leveling the campaign field for political aspirants
Allow me first to narrate the antecedents of the Baguio Pulse Check 2019: Candidates’ Forum with the theme, " Kilalanin ang iboboto natin " held April 13 at Malcolm Square–People’s Park in Baguio City. 
   
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  Who benefits from political parties and independent candidates
Every three years, Filipinos are given the chance to reform what they deem as hindrances to the country’s progress by voting those who are qualified to run the affairs of their government and improve status quo. 
   
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  Campaign jingles and the politico
It is a typical day for Ador Castro, as he sets up his newsstand along Session Road in Baguio City, neatly folding and arranging local newspapers and national broadsheets as well. 
   
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  Voters as focus of elections, not the candidates
The election fever has been felt in the City of Pines for weeks now. 
   
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  A political anthropology of democratic elections
We cannot change our past, but we can learn from it. And then we can change the present and direct our future. 
   
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  Wanted: Youths who think before they vote
"Communication, wherever and however it takes place, has opened up broader horizons for many people. This is a gift from God which involves a great responsibility." 
   
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  The legacies of Cosalans and Dangwas
Politics in Benguet is public service, not business
A research made by the Consumer Insights team of Microsoft Canada in 2015, cited by TIME magazine, noted that people in this digital era are generally losing concentration after eight seconds into their task. 
   
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  72nd Anniversary Cartoon
Jogin Tamayo 
   
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Baguio Center Mall
Baguio Country Club
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Philippine Rural Electric Cooperatives Association
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