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May 10, 2021

2,067 persons refused entry to Pangasinan

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BIKE & RUN

BIKE & RUN -- A thousand bikers and joggers enjoy a carless Sunday along the 4.8 kilometer Jose De Venecia road extension during the 1st  Bike and Run Day in  Dagupan City. According to Dr. Cicel Reyna, Dagupan City Sports Commissioner, the health and sports event will already be a monthly affair, every 1st Sunday of…
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Dagupan’s active cases: 71
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Espino: Scrutiny of travelers from NCR+ to Pangasinan stays
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Active COVID-19 cases up by 109 ‘positives’
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Eleazar, a good model for field commanders, say
Inside News

LACK OF RESPECT FOR NATIONS IS NOT PINOY CULTURE

LACK OF RESPECT FOR NATIONS IS NOT PINOY CULTURE -- The owner of the motorbike with plate no. AD 66448 must think he was being cute and different by using the USA flag to cover his unit against the elements. This is a shameful mindset that flags of other nations can be used…
Inside News
SK Malued’s mural paintings get residents’ support
Inside News
SP warned of contagion from PUIs
Inside News
Pangasinan’s S-Pass still in transition
Inside News
Bani mayor tests positive for COVID
Business

CSI WAREHOUSE CLUB IS BACK

CSI WAREHOUSE CLUB IS BACK –  Regular shoppers and sari-sari store owners quickly are pleasantly surprised to see the innovations found inside the biggest wholesale store in Dagupan City that was opened last week. The club was razed to the ground last year. (Punchphoto by Butch Uka)
Business
30 ARBOs get solar power for Irrigation
Business
ECC set to pay workers for COVID-17 infection
Business
TULAY NG PANGULO
Business
‘Tulay ng Pangulo’ in Manaoag soon

Opinions

Editorial

by Editor

May 11, 2021 in Editorial, Punch Gallery

COVID-19 vs. 2022 election

  IT’S obvious to everyone why some mayors still continue to be reluctant to fully stop the contagion in their communities - it is their imagined fear of payback in the 2022 polls. The fear that voters will resent any attempt at strictly enforcing the health and distancing protocols, i.e.,…
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May 11, 2021 in Punchline

Local campaign issues in 2022

By Ermin Garcia Jr.   SINCE most mayors and barangay kapitan cannot help but think about their political life’s future (night and day) amid the pandemic, let’s talk politics and their fate with the pandemic in the equation. Let’s start with campaign issues in 2022. Incumbent mayors whose towns and…
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General Admission

by Al S. Mendoza

May 10, 2021 in General Admission

Pacquiao’s toughest 2 gambles up

By Al S. Mendoza    MANNY Pacquiao has two gambles coming up. Are they both winnable? Tough question. The first gamble puts Pacquiao on the defensive. Why? He’ll be fighting someone too hungry for a win he’d do anything to succeed, including probably selling his soul to the devil in…
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Random Thoughts

by: Leonardo Micua

May 10, 2021 in Random Thoughts

My first dose of Sinovac

By Leonardo Micua   I FINALLY got my first dose of the Sinovac vaccine last week and I tell you, I felt no adverse reaction after the procedure, hours after and the days following. Because I came to the vaccination site early, I was the eighth person vaccinated that day. But…
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May 10, 2021 in G Spot

The transitory permanence of things

By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo   WE are bound to meet for a short period of time, before we move on, to places we have never been, or to places we have been before. The experiences are unique, appearing to have come from the same source, but may be coming from…
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Andromeda’s Vortex

by: Farah Decano

May 10, 2021 in Andromeda's Vortex

The impossible WPS debate

By Atty. Farah G. Decano   FORMER Supreme Court Justice Antonio Carpio recently accepted President Rodrigo Duterte’s challenge to debate on the West Philippine Sea (WPS) issue. I was wondering if the former really wanted to be tortured by possible fallacious arguments including ad hominem hurled at him. *          *         …
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Sports Eye

by: Jesus Garcia

May 10, 2021 in Sports Eye

Athletes Jenner’s, Sulaiman’s gender issue

By Jesus A. Garcia Jr.   I WAS surprised to learn that my idol in the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympic Games American decathlete Bruce Jenner, who won the gold medal in the men’s decathlon event, decided to change his gender from male to female. Being his sports-contemporary and ardent fan,…
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Learnings in Life

by: Dr. Ashok G. Vasandani

May 10, 2021 in Learnings in Life

Damage souls still have worth

Unknown Author Contributed by Ashok Vasandani   Here's a story I read in www.thoughtcatalog.com that I'd like to share, something that we can all learn from. “A shop owner placed a sign above his door that said: ‘Puppies For Sale.’ Signs like this always have a way of attracting young…
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Feelings

by: Jing Vmil

May 3, 2021 in Feelings

Hush the dash; dot the dot (a monosyllabic prosepoem)

By Jing Villamil   SHE did not set out to write for the rest of this life. When she first set down her pen at ten years of age, it was for an aunt who had so much love for the world but none to keep for her own. The…
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Governance

SURPRISE VISIT

  SURPRISE VISIT - 4th District Rep. Christopher "Toff" De Venecia talks to PCP 6  Commander Salvador Cacho at the Tondaligan Beach in Dagupan City during a surprise visit in the area. (Punchphoto by Butch Uka)
Governance
De Venecia files bill converting Manaoaq to Pozorrubio roads into national road
Governance
Gov. Espino leads staging of Abig Pangasinan Karaban in Alaminos City
Governance
LIVELIHOOD ASSISTANCE GRANT TO INFORMAL SECTORS
Governance
ABIG PANGASINAN IN URDANETA
People & Events

POLICE FRONTLINER GETS THE JAB

POLICE FRONTLINER GETS THE JAB – A frontliner from the Pangasinan police health service personnel and 118 others receive their first dose of Sinovac vaccine during the rollout inside Camp Antonio Sison in Lingayen. (Punchphoto by Cesar Ramirez)
People & Events
Pandemic worked for pharmacists’ licensure topnotcher
People & Events
PERSONAL BEAUTIFICATION
People & Events
Alaminos students win international award
People & Events
Calasiao PNP, KBP hold Barangayanihan community pantry
Overseas

FIL-AM BROTHERS

FIL-AM BROTHERS Jacob and Andrew Nordhagen, grandsons of Florence and Geri Fernandez of Sta. Barbara, achieved perfect scores in their ACT separately in Spokane County in Washington, USA. Two million students take the test nationwide and getting a perfect score has been rare, and for both to earn perfect scores in…
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US-based Pinoys celebrate PH performance in SeaG
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BONUAN’S PRIDE
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Cousins making waves across the Pacific
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Late Summer Bridal Shower for an Early Fall Wedding
Sports

SP wants basketball games, tournaments to resume

THE Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) is considering passing a resolution asking the national Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) to allow the holding of basketball games and tournaments while strictly observing health and safety protocols. The resolution proposed by Fourth District Board Member Jeremy Agerico Rosario, chairman on…
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Lingayen’s Cruz wins in 2 categories
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51st Engineer Brigade hosts downhill bike challenge
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Capitol unveils 1st Online Chess Tournament
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Bundesliga clubs set to end Bayern Munich’s German Domination
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