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Unfinished drug war

By | Editorial

PHILIPPINE Drug Enforcement Agency recently confirmed that only 941 barangays (83%)  out of 1,136 in Pangasinan have been declared “drug-cleared” since the drug war launched by the Duterte administration. There are still 195 barangays that remain to be cleared. Still the number does not include the number of the drug-cleared…

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Unfinished drug war

By August 7, 2022Editorial

FVR made Pangasinenses proud

By | Punchline

By Ermin Garcia Jr.   PANGASINAN lost its very first son that became President, a legacy on its own that history has kept a full journal of what made Pangasinenses fully proud of Fidel V. Ramos. Early on, some Pangasinenses expressed dismay over the perceived failure of the Ramos administration…

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FVR made Pangasinenses proud

By August 7, 2022Punchline

Pangasinan mourns FVR’s demise

By | Headlines

ONE OF PHILIPPINES’ BEST THE national flag in all government offices and schools in Pangasinan were flown at half-mast as a sign of mourning for the demise of former President Fidel V. Ramos. Governor Ramon Guico III issued Executive Order (EO) No. 0109 on July 31 mandating the Philippine flag to…

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Pangasinan mourns FVR’s demise

By August 7, 2022Headlines

FLAG AT HALF-MAST FOR FVR

By | Top Stories

FLAG AT HALF-MAST FOR FVR – Gov. Ramon Guico III leads capitol employees in watching the lowering of the Philippine flag in half-mast in front of the provincial capitol building on Monday, August 1, flag raising ceremony as the official expression of mourning of Pangasinan over the passing of former President…

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FLAG AT HALF-MAST FOR FVR

By August 7, 2022Top Stories

Dagupan SP conveys city’s sadness on FVR’s passing

By | Top Stories

THE majority crossed party line when they joined the minority in passing a resolution conveying “the profound and deep sadness of the people of Dagupan City” on the passing of  former President Fidel V. Ramos. The resolution authored by Councilor Dennis Canto and co-authored by all the councilors, cited the…

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Dagupan SP conveys city’s sadness on FVR’s passing

By August 7, 2022Top Stories

195 barangays still drug-infected

By | Top Stories

OF the total 1,136 barangays of Pangasinan, at least 195 have yet to be cleared of illegal drugs. This was bared by Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Provincial Director Richie Camacho, citing data of the ongoing drug clearing operations in the province. The 195 still uncleared barangays, he said, are from…

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195 barangays still drug-infected

By August 7, 2022Top Stories

DPWH still completing assessment of Dagupan’s Dawel Bridge

By | Top Stories

NO DATE FOR REPAIRS THE Dawel Bridge along the busy Dagupan-Bonuan-San Fabian Road is still undergoing detailed assessment by the 2nd Pangasinan District Engineering and the Regional Engineering Offices (with the Technical Staff from the DPW central office) after it was partially damaged by the Magnitude 5 earthquake that hit…

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DPWH still completing assessment of Dagupan’s Dawel Bridge

By August 7, 2022Top Stories

Comelec-Dagupan logs over 4K new voters

By | Top Stories

THE Commission on Elections (Comelec) in Dagupan City registered 4,295 new voters during the conduct of its voter’s registration. Lawyer Michael Franks Sarmiento, election officer at Comelec-Dagupan City, said 75% of those who registered are youth voters. The new registrants were 2,259 (15-17 years old), 631 (18-30 years old) and…

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Comelec-Dagupan logs over 4K new voters

By August 7, 2022Top Stories

OUR LADY OF MANAOAG IN DAGUPAN

By | Top Stories

OUR LADY OF MANAOAG IN DAGUPAN – Most. Rev. Charles John Brown (center), Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, leads the blessing of a replica of the Our Lady of Manaoag image enthroned at the St. John the Evangelist Cathedral in Dagupan City, with Archbishop Socrates Villegas by his side. (Punchphoto by Willie…

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OUR LADY OF MANAOAG IN DAGUPAN

By August 7, 2022Top Stories