Editorial

Ghosts’ Highways THE recommendation of Police Provincial Director Ronald Lee to the Sangguniang Panlalawigan to finally act on the worsening situation in the province’s major highways is not timely. It is long overdue! For too long, tricycles, pedicabs and kuligligs have been allowed to run leisurely on widened highways, often hugging the middle of the […]

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General Admission

Zeroing in on the SONA By Al S. Mendoza    (HAPPY birthday today to my writer-journalist-professor Sol F. Juvida from Dayong and his kids Mayo, Dada and Migel; Ayapot and Ricky and their kids Mayasoh and Ikap.   It was Mayasoh’s birthday on July 21 and Ayapot July 9.  Cheers!) *                *                *                * WHAT are […]

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G Spot

Embracing the moment By Virginia J. Pasalo   IT is late. I just woke up to music that makes me dance with the stars. Life is sweet, even under stress. I can imagine myself walking towards an airplane bound for Milan, from an airport in Zurich, the excitement of the engines roaring, the panorama of […]

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Sports Eye

Magnificent boxer Magsayo By Jesus A. Garcia Jr. I NEVER missed watching on television the Olympic final matches in cycling, boxing, basketball, my three top favorite sports. I admire how the U.S boxers won the gold medals in Olympic Games like Floyd Patterson in 1956 Melbourne, Cassius Clay (later known as Muhammad Ali) in 1960 […]

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