Issue of January 7, 2018
     
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What to do this New Year
PERCIVAL B. ALIPIT, Baguio City

As time goes by, our population increases but our resources keep on dwindling, making life more difficult to manage. The New Year has started and we need to wake up, look at how we live, and act how best we could sustain our lives.

Let us knock our minds and think innovations that could improve the way we live; sharpen our hands to be able to do our work more efficiently; exercise our legs so we could move forward with speed and ease to develop our country; and to open our hearts and let love, kindness, and grace to enter as we serve our country and fellowmen.

How great would it be if we feel excited to work better this new year and onwards to fulfill the purpose of our lives, which is to praise the Lord, judiciously use and conserve the environment where we live in, and live in comfort and joy.

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MORE ON WEEK'S MAIL
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:: Burnham Park fencing project not abandoned
Thank you for posting the Burnham Park Fencing as the "Abandoned park project of the year" in the 2017 Nominations.
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:: Favorite contractor failed to finish previous project
A contractor appears to be the favorite of the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) of one of the provinces in the Cordillera over the other contractors.
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:: Self–control with remote control
Nowadays, talk shows have sunk to such depth that TV hosts are bringing young people to talk shamelessly about their sexual exploits.
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:: Exempt tourists from Kennon Road toll fees
Traffic in Baguio will not be solved if harsh actions will not be implemented…
 

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