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KARITELA BY THE CHRISTMAS BRIDGE

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KARITELA BY THE CHRISTMAS BRIDGE –  Residents and visitors take joy rides on board Dagupan’s white colored  “karitelas”  that pass through the Quintos Christmas Bridge nightly. For many years, it was the “King of the Road” until the jeepney and tricycle pushed it out as the main means of transport around the city. (Punchphoto by…

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KARITELA BY THE CHRISTMAS BRIDGE

By November 29, 2021Top Stories

Sta Maria ignores SP for 10th time

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AMID CORRUPTION CHARGES FOR ignoring the invitation of the SP for at least 10 times and since he refused to refute the accusations leveled against the him and the market marshals by the fish vendors, “then I consider all these allegations to be true”, an exasperated Dagupan City  Councilor Teresa…

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Sta Maria ignores SP for 10th time

By November 29, 2021Top Stories

28 learners in private school in Alaminos join pilot run

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FOR FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES TWENTY-eight learners from 100 Islands Cowboy Christian Learning Center, Inc., a private school in Alaminos City joined the opening day for the limited pilot run of the face-to-face classes of the Department of Education for private schools nationwide on November 22. The school, located in Barangay Victoria,…

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28 learners in private school in Alaminos join pilot run

By November 29, 2021Top Stories

Tadina: Law enforcement takes over quarantine checkpoints

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ALL 21 existing quarantine control points (QCPs) are already operating as law enforcement checkpoints no longer COVID-19 related but still implement travel restrictions 24/7 and to check and negate the movement of lawless elements as part of its preparations for the May 2022 elections. P/Colonel Richmond Tadina, acting police provincial…

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Tadina: Law enforcement takes over quarantine checkpoints

By November 29, 2021Top Stories

Historian completes translation in Pangasinan

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KATIPUNAN’S CORONEL QUINTOS’ WAR MEMOIRS (Second Installment) The translation of a century-old war memoir of a Katipunan colonel originally written in Pangasinan to Pillipino, depicting his exploits during the war against Spanish and American colonizers, is finally off the press.   (Almost) lost in translation Orpilla has had his share…

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Historian completes translation in Pangasinan

By November 29, 2021Top Stories

Erroneous TV news report sparks controversy on police presence – PPPO

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1ST DAY OF FACE-TOFACE CLASSES IN ALAMINOS WHAT was expected to be a quiet and orderly opening of the first limited in-person classes at the Longos  Elementary School in Alaminos City on November 15 became the source of a controversy between the Alaminos City government, the Department of Education (DepEd)…

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Erroneous TV news report sparks controversy on police presence – PPPO

By November 22, 2021Top Stories

Nothing threatening in cops’ presence in Alaminos school

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MAY MALASAKIT AT PAGMAMAHAL SA KAPWA A FACT check on the circumstances behind the video footage of an armed police officer  belied earlier report that the police personnel inside the Longos Elementary School during the pilot run of the limited face-to-face classes in a school in Alaminos City were in…

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Nothing threatening in cops’ presence in Alaminos school

By November 22, 2021Top Stories