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Mining ban beneficial to Pangasinan By Leonardo Micua   TH prevalence of illegal mining activities in Benguet, which was exposed bare by the recent disaster that struck a mining community in Itogon where 50 people were buried alive and 50 others are still missing, should serve as alarm bells to our residents in the province experiencing recurrent floods. […]

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Climate change can’t be politicized By Leonardo Micua THE video footage on Facebook about the horrific flood in Osaka, Japan as a result of Typhoon Jebi, as well as the item in PDI about Bangkok, Thailand being under siege from the onslaught of the environment with a dire prediction it can be partly submerged in about […]

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1st…2nd…3rd…Ultimatum By Leonardo Micua   WHEN is an ultimatum really an ultimatum? We ask this question because we find the ultimatum given by the city council of Dagupan to two bus companies operating in the city to iron out their differences is seemingly open-ended, with no end in sight. Time and again, the SP extended the […]

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Development of Bonuan District seen We welcome the opening of CSI Bonuan situated at a cross road of Barangay Bonuan Gueset, Bonuan Binloc and Bonuan Boquig last August 1. Indeed, an ideal location for us in the district. With CSI Bonuan, the people of Bonuan, like us, no longer need to go downtown to buy food […]

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MAYOR AT THE FRONTLINE — Mayor Belen Fernandez got well-deserved praises from netizens when they saw her on Facebook manning the frontline in middle of the crisis. She was seen garbed in ordinary uniform of a city hall employee, with a Dagupan seal, in denim pants and a pair of rain boots while leading the […]

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MAYOR SAMMY’S AND CESAR’S LAMENT — Our lensman Cesar Ramirez is fuming mad at Central Pangasinan Electric Cooperative (Cenpelco), the electric cooperative serving Barangay Dulag, Lingayen.  And his sentiment, that its service is below par is shared not only by countless residents in his town and also in adjacent Binmaley.  Residents in both towns are […]

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