Editorial

Standing up for the right “WHAT is right must be kept right. What is wrong must be set right.” This was the mantra of Sen. Panfilo Lacson when he was chief of the Philippine National Police (1991-2001). We’d like to believe this is what P/Chief Inspector Raymund Nicolas, chief of police of Balungao town has […]

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We are now 61 years old! WHO would have thought your SUNDAY PUNCH could make it to 61 full years of continuous publication and service to the people of Pangasinan, not after our founding editor-publisher, the late Ermin E. Garcia, Sr., was murdered in our editorial office in just 10 years of publishing. Certainly not […]

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Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead AS someone correctly wondered during the public consultation on the proposed ordinance authorizing the transfer of the Dagupan City Hall to the donated land in Barangay Pantal, why are consultations still being done when a majority in the council can already act with dispatch? Indeed, there is no need […]

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Dagupan’s best at 70! DAGUPENOS are in for a year of celebration mood, thanks to the preparation of the city government to celebrate the Dagupan’s 70th year Foundation as a city. The celebration was off to an impressive start with the Pinablin Dagupenõs Awards, recognizing the achievements of outstanding ladies and gentlemen of the city, […]

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Red Tide kills tourism THE news from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) that the coastal barangays of Alaminos City, Bani, Bolinao, Anda and Sual are finally free is a welcome news. But this recurring news of these towns being red tide-affected and then being free of it is damaging enough to our […]

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