EDITORIAL

Pinablin Ama na Dagupan: Mayor Al If one would talk about one iconic politician in the history of Dagupan City, the name Alipio Fernandez Jr. would easily come to mind. His entry into politics in his early youth was immediately welcomed by Dagupeños in 1971 as a councilor. Blessed with a charismatic yet easy-mannered personality, […]

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EDITORIAL

Total approach to flood control WHILE Dagupan City appeared to be the worst hit by last week’s rampaging flood, having borne the brunt of being the catch basin for all the water from the upland that pours into the Sinocalan River, other towns and cities suffered as much. The flood brought about by torrential rains […]

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Time for serious study, planning THERE is little to add about the extent of damages wrought by the back-to-back typhoons and monsoon rains that hit the province. There is only one undeniable fact that can be said – our province will likely suffer more in the months and years ahead if our local governments don’t […]

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EDITORIAL

Your Sunday PUNCH is 62 years old OUR past 52 issues since July 2017 pointed to challenging times for Pangasinan.  In the middle of it all were the efforts of the Pangasinan police, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency and the local governments to sustain the early gains of the war on drugs in the province. In […]

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EDITORIAL

Alert for 2018 election THE seeming rash of killings of local elected officials in the countryside is the indicator that the 2018 election is on the horizon for incumbents and wannbes. Fortunately for Pangasinan, political violence has been reduced to a very minimum level and in very few localities. But having said that, it will […]

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