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Baguio representative welcomes Cascolan appointment
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JONATHAN LLANES September 9, 2020 THE appointment of Lieutenant General Camilo Cascolan as the new chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP) was welcomed by Baguio City Congressman Marquez Go, Cascolan being a native of the country’s summer capital. In...
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Baguio transport marshals launched
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JONATHAN LLANES September 9, 2020 TO STRICTLY emphasize to commuters the importance of wearing face masks and shields aside from the and observance of physical distancing among public utility vehicle (PUV) riders, the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) launched the...
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Covid waste disposal raised
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JONATHAN LLANES September 9, 2020 THE Environment Management Bureau (EMB) Cordillera continues to remind health facilities in the region to abide by health protocols on proper disposal of waste materials especially from health-related equipment. Environment Management Bureau (EMB) Cordillera Director...
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Baguio council asks for tourism opening plan
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MARIA ELENA CATAJAN September 9, 2020 A STRATEGIC plan to open tourism in Baguio City is being asked. On the move of Councilor Elaine Sembrano, a request to the City Tourism And Special Events Office and the City Environment And...
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Itogon swimming pools open to locals
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LAUREN ALIMONDO September 8, 2020 SWIMMING pools and resorts in the mining town of Itogon, Benguet re-opened but for residents only. Mayor Victorio Palangdan of Itogon issued Executive Order 17 series of 2020 for the reopening of resorts and swimming...
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Strawberry farmers reeling from Covid-19
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LAUREN ALIMONDO September 8, 2020 SINCE the implementation of community quarantine in March, the La Trinidad Strawberry Farm has been abandoned by tourists. Owned by Benguet State University, the strawberry farm houses 250 members of the Swamp Farmers Association Inc....
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Cordillera cops ‘adhere to health protocols’
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JONATHAN LLANES September 8, 2020 CORDILLERA police will wait for the formal complaint of Abra Governor Ma. Jocelyn Bernos after two police officers who entered the province tested positive for coronavirus. But Brigadier General R'win Pagkalinawan, regional director of the...
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Cash assistance for Covid-hit employees assured
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JONATHAN LLANES September 7, 2020 THE Employees Compensation Commission (ECC) in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) assured financial assistance for all employees and frontline workers who suffered from the coronavirus disease (Covid-19). Dennis Lee, ECC–CAR head, explained financial assistance will...
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Benguet ‘not consulted’ over Baguio tourism opening
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LAUREN ALIMONDO September 7, 2020 TUBA Mayor Clarita Sal-ongan expressed disappointment on a unilateral decision of Baguio City to open tourism. Sal-ongan with the rest of the La Trinidad-Itogon-Sablan-Tuba-Tublay (LISTT) claim they were not consulted over plans of the City...
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Bistro Lokal dinner for a cause benefits local farmers
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MARIA ELENA CATAJAN September 7, 2020 LOCAL restaurant Bistro Lokal lauds efforts of local farmers in a benefit dinner aiming to tease and surprise your palate as it celebrates its first anniversary. The startup restaurant by Baguio boy Chef Miko...
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