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Issue of April 21, 2019
     
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Benguet
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PNP director warns vs police scalawags

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – The director of Police Regional Office-Cordillera warned last week the command will not tolerate any police officer involved in illegal activities and will continue to clean its ranks from scalawags.


PRELUDE TO LENT -- Throngs of parishioners wave their palaspas (decorated palm fronds), which the priest blesses at the Baguio Cathedral during Palm Sunday to start the observance of the Holy Week where Christians worldwide reflect on the passion of Jesus Christ. Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle has called on Catholics to practice charity during the Lent. -- Harley Palangchao

To maintain the sanctity of the observance of Holy Week, the municipal government of La Trinidad, Benguet has declared a ban on serving of liquor and other alcoholic beverages from April 17 to April 20.

The Department of Tourism will help enhance Sagada’s tourism industry by professionalizing the town’s tour organization.

 
RJSCC removes towns from election watchlist
Some towns in the Cordillera were removed in the election watchlist after their respective provincial joint security control centers recommended that their status be downgraded.

 

The police are doubling their efforts to arrest the gunman who shot to death a 34-year-old female nurse in front of their house at Gabriela Silang on April 14.

 
 
City
SPORTSMANSHIP -- Congressional candidates of Baguio City show sportsmanship and cooperation as they face the public during the Baguio Pulse Check 2019 Candidates Forum at the Peoples Park in Baguio over the weekend. Present were (l-r) Rep. Mark Go, former City Mayor Peter Rey Bautista, Mayor Mauricio Domogan, Rafael Wasan, and former Rep. Nicasio Aliping Jr. -- Redjie Cawis
Region
KENNON REHAB – Rock-netting projects are among the ongoing rehabilitation projects along Kennon Road, which was temporarily opened to vehicles weighing five tons and below from April 13 to 6 a.m. of April 22 to ease traffic movement in other roads going in or out of Baguio during the Holy Week. -- Lito Dar
Environment
DRY SPELL --  Despite the rains the past days, several areas in the Cordillera are still experiencing the effect of the dry spell including this farm in Bauko, Mountain Province. Even with the dry spell, farmers are making sure that their crops are watered adequately until the harvest season. -- Redjie Cawis
Health
BGH EXPANSION -- Construction of a multi-level building is ongoing at the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center compound, which is part of the ambitious project to have specialized centers for the heart, lungs, eyes, trauma, and cancer within the biggest public hospital in northern Luzon.  -- Harley Palangchao
Life
STRENGTHENING TIES — The Guma Rasan Acho Latte (Guam cultural dancers) were in town to promote and showcase their native dances through cultural exchanges with the different universities in Baguio and La Trinidad. The group intends to have a partner school in the Cordillera with their own John F. Kennedy School in Guam to continuously learn from each other’s culture. This project is part of the sisterhood relationships between the villages of Guam, U.S.A. and the province of Benguet, which was initiated by former Mr. Philippines-World Erik Salvador of Kapangan, Benguet -- Cyle Eros
Business
ENHANCED PRODUCTION – Farmer Arman Gipa, harvests chrysanthemums at Mer One Bolinto Farm in Tublay, Benguet, which is one of the partners of the Cordillera Consortium for Agriculture, Aquatic and Resources Research and Development for its project aimed at strengthening flower production in the locality using technologies and applying good agricultural practices -- Ofelia Empian
Sports
GAME OVER -- Team Lakay’s Joshua Pacio landed a knee to the head that knocked out Yosuke Saruta in their ONE flyweight championship bout on April 12 to become a two-time world champion at 23. -- ONE photo
 
 
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