EDITORIAL

Ban plastics now PAGING all sanggunian bodies in Pangasinan. Climate change is upon us and it’s bad enough that our local governments have not established nor adopted mitigating measures to minimize its deathly impact on communities. Worse, our local governments continue to maintain open dumpsites in the province. Neither do we see a discipline in […]

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Punchline

Restore Oplan Tokhang here By Ermin Garcia Jr.  IT is encouraging to see P/Colonel Redrico Maranan, acting PNP provincial director, moving deliberately and surely on the war on drugs in Pangasinan. His surprise order for PNP personnel from the town to the provincial level to take drug tests was in fact long overdue at the […]

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G Spot

The past and the volatile current By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo “So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” – Great Gatsby SOME try to recapture the past especially if it brings back memories of love, especially love that was interrupted in between. Some want to recapture it to right […]

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Sports Eye

Warriors refuse to die in Game 5 By Jesus A. Garcia Jr. “ALL points are important to me from the first to the last even though I’m losing, I’m never going to let go,” said half-Filipina, half-Ecuadorian Leylah Annie Fernandez after winning the French Open junior girls championship in Paris last weekend. And that’s exactly […]

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