Punchline

Time to punish protocol violators By Ermin Garcia Jr.   ALLOW me to expound further on our first editorial this week, “Establish health, security protocols as an ordinance” that segues to our second editorial. Our recommendation is no different from initiatives of the provincial and city/town governments to pass ordinances on curfew hours. An ordinance […]

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G Spot

Wallet na maswerte By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo   TODAY, in my continuing effort to “travel light” in this world, I went over a pile of my past acquisitions and marked some for clearing. I have segregated and marked the boxes and bags to be passed on to whoever I think would most need them, treasure […]

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Sports Eye

NBA, TdF, U.S. Open defy COVID-19 pandemic By Jesus A. Garcia Jr. AFTER a three-month lull due to the scary COVID-19 pandemic that already killed almost one million inhabitants of the globe, three of the top 20 well-known and prestigious sporting events in the world decided to defy the threat of the deadly disease. First […]

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Random Thoughts

Alarming situation in Pangasinan By Leonardo Micua   SO, it is not true that COVID-19 is on the way out given our recent experience in Pangasinan. The latest update on COVID-19 cases provided us by the Provincial Health Office through the Provincial Information Office showed there were 157 active cases already registered and are being […]

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Feelings

Lull a bye! By Jing Villamil   MORE than thirty Filipino seafarers remain missing in chilly waters off southwestern Japan after their Panamanian cargo ship capsized amidst the onslaught of Typhoon Maysak the first week of September. Truthfully, there is no getting over the faces of anxiety, anger, grief. The kind they go through: the […]

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Punchline

Dagupeños, be warned By Ermin Garcia Jr.   THE Lim administration in Dagupan City denies that the drug problem in the city has worsened but the continuous successful raids and buy-bust operations in the city are making our city officials big liars and confirmed protectors of illegal drugs in the city. Another drug den was […]

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General Admission

Sports fast coming back to life By Al S. Mendoza   THERE is the so-called backdoor sweep and gentleman’s sweep in basketball. Both will happen usually when there’s a mismatch. In the ongoing NBA playoffs in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, the first backdoor sweep materialized between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Portland Trail Blazers. […]

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