Editorial

Counting our blessings LAST year, Pangasinan has been largely spared from major calamities while other towns and cities in regions had to suffer extensive damages and destruction to their communities. Pangasinan’s farmers enjoyed bumper harvests of rice, onions, mangoes in 2019. Sure, we had our share of minor inconveniences from intermittent heavy rainfall but nothing […]

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Enforcing the ban vs. tricycles to protect lives THE usual lax and often selective enforcement of laws in the country can be seen in the enforcement of the law banning tricycles, pedicabs, kuliglig, garong, and other three-wheeled vehicles on the highway. Since R.A. 4136 was passed in 2007, no province, town or city government in […]

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Make barangay kapitans accountable BARANGAYS in the country already receive their share of Internal Revenue Allotment, funds for which our barangay officials are not being held accountable for by mayors and the town/city auditors. That’s for starters. But more importantly, the war on drugs is fought and won or lost in the barangays. And that’s […]

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Time to be merry, mindful and careful  ‘TIS time to be merry, indeed.  Thousands of families are reuniting and bonding in our communities with their countless visitors and friends during the holiday season.   The occasion calls for carefree and exciting environment. It already started with seeming endless shopping time for family members and friends while […]

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