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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

Fond memories of Abra

By | Random Thoughts

By Leonardo Micua   A CALL for donation for the earth-quake victims of Abra was posted on Facebook by Mrs. Maan Tuazon-Guico, first lady of Pangasinan. “ABRA NEEDS OUR HELP” she wrote. Indeed, the province of Abra needs everybody’s help. No less than Governor Mon-Mon Guico sent two provincial buses…

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Fond memories of Abra

By August 6, 2022Random Thoughts

Cosmos

By | G Spot

By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo   THE rain continues to pound on the cosmos flowers which we hoped to gather as soon as the sun rises. My sister Emma had purposely scattered cosmos seeds in almost every sidewalk that we passed on our daily walks, and on the adjacent lot where…

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Cosmos

By August 6, 2022G Spot

Heaven in a bottle

By | Entre'acte

By Rex Catubig    IN my boyhood in our barrio, the month of August is customarily associated with relentless rain. “Nepnep” is how it was called when the monsoon dumps torrent of rain and the downpour inundates the river and engenders strong current. From out of nowhere the raging river…

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Heaven in a bottle

By August 6, 2022Entre'acte

Forgotten lessons on earthquake drill

By | Punchline

By Ermin Garcia Jr.     ANYARE sa “DROP-COVER-HOLD”? Then walking briskly to safety? Gone with the wind. Why so? It must have been really frustrating on the part of the personnel of our Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Offices (DRRMO) in the province, towns and cities on seeing their…

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Forgotten lessons on earthquake drill

By July 31, 2022Punchline