EDITORIAL

The demands of new politics PANGASINAN will again be agog the whole week over who will be their likely political leaders in the next three years by watching who’s who, for what position and against whom, when the wannabes file their certificates of candidacies.  One thing is definite though, since there still is no ban […]

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EDITORIAL

Total approach to flood mitigation plans THE Dagupan City government has taken the initial steps towards reinforcing the resiliency of the city in meeting challenges of climate change and development. Its meeting with development stakeholders and experts on structures, environment and climate was definitely a step in the right direction.  But the city’s problems and […]

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EDITORIAL

Our farmers suffered the most THE Provincial Agricultural Office (PAO) cannot be depended upon fully to preserve and protect the interests of our stakeholders in the agriculture front for as long as it cannot see beyond cold statistics to describe the state of the industry. We note PAO’s damage report to the provincial board last […]

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EDITORIAL

Giving agri sector a face IT has been the practice in government and media to report losses suffered by the agricultural sector in statistical form, i.e. Damage to agri: P1-billion. In this issue, we decided to give our readers the real score – that beyond and more than the statistics, there were the small farmers […]

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EDITORIAL

Tests of resiliency CENTRAL Pangasinan has just barely recovered from the extended severe flooding in the last 30 days and here comes Typhoon Ompong again threatening to swamp Dagupan City and its neighbors with floodwaters and with far more damaging impact over the weekend. Fortunately and as expected, the resilience of our people in coping […]

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