Issue of April 13, 2014
Mt. Province

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Registration rejected for voided land titles

Concurrent Land Registration Authority Cordillera and Acting Baguio Register of Deeds Guerrero Felipe assured no unvalidated 211 land titles in the city will be registered in his office.

PROUD HERITAGE, PRIDE OF PLACE -- Villagers of Mountain Province highlight their culture and identity as good people during the 10th Lang-ay Festival and 47th founding anniversary of the province on April 7, as visitors who witnessed the events also visited famous sites like the stonewalled Maligcong Rice Terraces which showcase their ancestors’ ingenuity in building this landmark over a century ago. -- Harley Palangchao

Suspect in killing of 5 under tight security
Unable to bargain for a higher price for his truckload of vegetable harvest last week, Buguias farmer Romeo Wagayan did the unthinkable: he handed out his harvest to people who would love to have cabbage.

The prime suspect in the killing of five people, including three children at Kayang, Hilltop in Baguio on April 6, is under tight security after he was turned over to the Baguio City Police Office on Wednesday night.


The Philippine Insurance Deposit Corporation has taken over the operations of Gulf Bank or the Rural Bank of Lingayen Inc. after placing it under receivership, recently.

The Supreme Court en banc on Tuesday declared the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act of 2012 “not unconstitutional” during their summer sessions in Baguio.
RENEWING TIES -- Mayors Mauricio Domogan of Baguio and Kim Yeon Sik of Taebek, South Korea exchange pleasantries when the former, together with some city councilors and department heads, paid a visit to renew the sisterhood ties between two cities.
-- Contributed photo
ALMOST FATAL -- Nine passengers were injured when a Baguio-bound truck, managed by a  driver who was under the influence of liquor collided head-on with a passenger jeepney along Halsema Highway at Km.4, La Trinidad, Benguet on Thursday morning. Three of the injured are still confined at the hospital as of press time.
-- Yumiko Quesada
BAN TOXICS -- Richard Gutierrez, executive director of Ban Toxics movement, urges schools offering dentistry course to lessen the use of amalgam, which is an alloy of mercury with various metals used for dental fillings, saying high usage can lead to mercury intoxication to both dentists and clients. Also in photo are ( l-r) Leoncio Naoy of the Benguet Federation of Small Scale Mining Inc., International Association of Oral Medicine and Toxicology-Philippines President Lilian Ebuen, and Chemicals Management Coordinator Myline Macabuhay.
-- Redjie Cawis
BLOOD DONATION DRIVE -- Residents of Baguio supported the blood donation drive organized by Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation with Red Cross Baguio personnel assisting in the humanitarian mission.
-- Cherry Mae Lacbawan
BCBC OFFICERS -- Officers of the Baguio Correspondents and Broadcasters Club led by president Frank Cimatu (extreme right front row) pose with Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano and Benguet Rep. Ronald Cosalan after the recent oath taking of the new leaders of the biggest media organization in Northern Luzon recently.
-- Harley Palangchao
LIVELIHOOD PROGRAM INITIATIVE -- City officials led by Councilor Betty Lourdes Tabanda and Secretary to the Mayor Raffy Tallocoy and DOLE representative George Lubin inspect the industrial sewing machines donated to the Dizon-Manzanillo barangay for its livelihood program. Baguio Rep. Nicasio Aliping Jr. also graced the occasion. Gurmej Singh Reandi has donated the lot and the building where the livelihood program is set up. -- Bong Cayabyab
HARDCORE RUNNERS -- Ultra trail runners from Baguio and Benguet are primed to compete with foreign delegates in the upcoming 100K and 50K divisions of The North Face 100 Baguio series on May 3 and 4. Here, participants ascend Mount Kabuyao last year. -- HFP

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