Issue of June 28, 2015

Courier Anniversary Issue
Other Links:

Now at 17,000 m3 per day
Water supply shortage at
27,000 cu.M by 2022

Baguio’s long-time problem on water shortage has reached over 17,000 cubic meters (m3) a day in 2014 and could reach up to over 27,000 m3 by 2022, officials of the Baguio Water District said Friday.

NEARING COMPLETION -- The concreting of the Athletic Bowl oval is expected to be finished in a few weeks, and after which the contractor may already install the imported Tartan tracks. If DPWH makes good of its promise and if weather cooperates, the city’s biggest multipurpose facility will be ready before yearend. The city government will then supervise the implementation of the project’s phase 3 worth almost P60 million, including the repair of secondary bleachers.
-- Harley Palangchao

Operation of e-bingo in city deemed legal
PNP Officer-in-Charge Leonardo Espina urged policemen to get rid of “beer bellies” by avoiding eating too much rice.

The operation of electronic bingo by three establishments in Baguio is legal, according to the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation.

Tuba drops projects to enforce CA order

The municipality of Tuba has dropped development projects in five barangays covered by the Mt. Sto. Tomas Forest Reserve to pave the way for the enforcement of a Court of Appeals decision that mandated the protection and rehabilitation of the reservation.

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet - The Benguet State University is making an inventory of its various land reservations to go after informal settlers occupying its lots.
EMPOWERING THE COMMUNITY -- Mayor Mauricio Domogan and Councilor Isabelo Cosalan Jr., chair of the committee on employment, livelihood, and cooperatives, hand over to representatives of barangay-based livelihood groups assorted power tools, baking utensils, and other equipment that city officials and members of these groups hope will improve their economic situation in life.
-- Bong Cayabyab
SYMBOL OF UNITY -- DENR RED Ralph Pablo, chair of the RDC Environment and Watershed Management Committee, beats the Cordillera unity gong, along with TESDA Apayao OIC Head Victor Brioso, NEDA ARD Jedidia Aquino, and DILG RD John Castañeda, to call on all quarters to support the activities and programs lined up for the Cordillera Month celebration in July hosted by Apayao.
-- Ofelia Empian
SLOPE STABILIZATION -- A disaster risk reduction, a pilot project of DPWH-CAR and Japan International Cooperation Agency, is being implemented along Kennon Road in Tuba, Benguet. The road slope stabilization project uses teco net high tensile wire with anchor bols and geomat color green for hydro seeding, which is imported from Switzerland. -- OCD-CAR drone photo
GOING HI-TECH -- Officials and key personnel of the Office of Civil Defense-Cordillera train on how to use state-of-the-art technology such as drones to further improve reporting and coordination with government and the private sector in mitigating the effects of disasters. The use of technology also helps in accurate presentation of damaged areas during disasters.
-- Ompong Tan
MILESTONE -- “Celebrating 99 yeats of meaningful experience,” Benguet State University officials led by President Ben Ladilad (with mic) report the gains of the university as it marks its 99th founding anniversary, ranking sixth among 113 state universities and colleges in the country in terms of accredited programs. With Ladilad are (from l) VP for Business Affairs Jones Feliciano, OIC VP for Administration and Finance Estrellita Daclan, VP for Academics Percyveranda Lubrica, Director for Research Services Eulogio Cardona Jr., and Director for Extension Services Constantino Sudaypan Sr.  -- Ofelia Empian
DAYS NUMBERED -- Owners of stalls that have mushroomed along the roadside going to Sitio Pungayan in Mount Sto. Tomas Forest Reserve were given until July 2 to vacate the area in compliance to the recent order of the Court of Appeals granting a Writ of Kalikasan in a bid to preserve the natural character of the fragile reservation.
-- Harley Palangchao
APAYAO’S CHESS WIZARD -- Grade 5 pupil Mhage Gerriahlou Sebastian (left) shakes hand with her opponent from Vietnam during the 16th ASEAN+ Age Group Championship in Singapore, where she won one gold and two silver medals for Team Philippines. Her victory has brought pride and honor to her home province.
-- Jerzon Sebastian
Custom Search

This site has been viewed 02702923 times

Informatics Institute
Medline International Training Institute Baguio
University of the Cordilleras
University of the Philippines – Baguio

Benguet Corporation
Congressman Ronald M. Cosalan
Cordillera Career Development College
Department of Health – CAR
Fox International Immgiration & VISA Provider
Golden Pine Hotel
King’s College of the Philippines
Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan
National Grid Corporation of the Philippines
Pines City Colleges
Social Security System
Veterans Bank

Ahead Tutorial and Review
Assumption Medical Diagnostic Center
Baguio Memorial Chapels Inc.
Baguio Multicultural Institute
Baguio Water District
Ballet Baguio
Benguet Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Benguet State University
BSBT College, Inc.
Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources – CAR
Bureau of Internal Revenue – CAR
Congressman Maximo B. Dalog, Sr.
Cordillera Kidney Specialists, Inc.
Department of Agriculture – CAR
Department of Environment and National Resources
Department of Trade and Industry – CAR
Dreamforce Review and Training Center
Easter College Aviation Department
Fabulo Beauty and Image Salon
Far East Pacific Commercial
Filipino–Japanese Foundation of Northern Luzon, Inc.
Governor Nestor B. Fongwan
Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board – Northern Luzon Region
Immigration Network Services
Lepanto Consolidated Mining Company
Mayor Edna Tabanda
MMS Development Training Center
Mother Earth Deli Basket
Nagomi Spa
Narda’s Handwoven Arts & Crafts
Philex Mining Corporation
Philippine National Police – Police Regional Office – Cordillera
Pugad: Pugo Adventure
Regional Development Council – CAR
Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Benguet
STI College Baguio

Home | About Us | Editorial Policy | Contact Us
News | Opinion | Snapshots | Week's Mail | Obituaries
Copyright © 2007. All Rights Reserved.