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Talking to the wrong constituents

By | Punchline

By Ermin Garcia Jr.   FINALLY, Guv Mon-mon Guico appeared on national TV newscast – TV Patrol on September 27 – in an interview for an update on the status of the province after TC “Karding” exited. I’m sure  his appearance on TV Patrol surprised many of the newscast’s regular…

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Talking to the wrong constituents

By October 2, 2022Punchline

PH, only Asian country that imports rice?

By | Random Thoughts

By Leonardo Micua   PANGASINAN and Dagupan City may have been spared by the wrath of Typhoon “Karding”, but our neighboring provinces in Central Luzon up to Calabarzon were not. An example is Nueva Ecija, the undisputed rice granary of the Philippines and today’s largest rice producer in PH, with Isabela…

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PH, only Asian country that imports rice?

By October 2, 2022Random Thoughts

I remember September

By | G Spot

By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo   SEPTEMBER is associated with the number seven. I remember September with the blooming of three shades of blue purple flowers: aster, forget-me-not and morning glory. I remember an IVLP General Assembly where Prof. Jose David Lapuz stood up to chastise the credibility of a report,…

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I remember September

By October 2, 2022G Spot

Excellent Noodles Cup cagefest (Part 2 of 2)

By | Sports Eye

By Jesus A. Garcia Jr.   DESPITE the imminent threat of super Typhoon Karding last Sunday (September 25), the much-awaited post-pandemic province-wide basketball cagefest dubbed as “Excellent Noodles Cup DBL Pangasinan Inter-Town/City/School U18 Basketball Tournament 2022” still officially unfolded at the Dagupan City’s People’s Astrodome. Yes, I witnessed the well-orchestrated…

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Excellent Noodles Cup cagefest (Part 2 of 2)

By October 2, 2022Sports Eye

The Speaker’s Widow

By | Entre'acte

(A corollary homage to commemorate Dagupan’s 75th Diamond Jubilee) By Rex Catubig   I did not get to know Pangasinan’s political luminary, Speaker Eugenio Perez Sr, who authored the charter that made Dagupan into a City. But growing up in the 1960’s, I was fortunate to have had personal encounter…

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The Speaker’s Widow

By October 2, 2022Entre'acte