Walang tubig, kuryente, pera – penitensya ngayong Kuwaresma

Paaano ba tayo sasampalataya, magiging Kristiyano, at higit sa lahat, magiging tao sa panahon ni Rodrigo Duterte? Kung maikli ang kumot, matutong mamaluktot – iyan ang sabi ng matatanda. Ilang pamamaluktot ba ang kailangan nating gawin upang maka-survive? Walang tubig, walang kuryente, walang pera – ito ang drama ng buhay natin ngayon, at matapos magreklamo […]


La Trinidad Women’s Brigade, partner in maintaining peace and order

La Trinidad, Benguet – – This group of women volunteers in La Tinidad, Benguet make change by helping in the upkeep of peace and order in their respective communities in the municipality. Mayor Romeo Salda said the women’s brigade here made an impact in maintaining peace and order and in curbing illegal activities in the […]


CHR commends candidates’ forums

BAGUIO CITY – Without naming who they were, Commission on Human Rights (CHR) regional director Romel Daguimol praised the different organizations that conducted several candidates’ forums which gave voters the chance to know the advocacies, programs and platforms of governance of those running for elective positions in the Summer Capital. With the national and local […]


71 rebels, supporters receive aid through E-CLIP program

BAGUIO CITY — A total of 71 former rebels and Militia ng Bayan (MB) members received financial assistance during the mass awarding of Enhanced Comprehensive Local Integration Program (E-CLIP) benefits on Tuesday, Ifugao Governor Pedro Mayam-o has said. “Each of the former rebels received PHP65,000 as immediate cash and livelihood assistance,” Governor Mayam-o said on […]


Honoring and caring for the veterans

BAGUIO CITY – Every April 9 is declared as “Araw ng Kagitingan” or Day of Valor when the nation commemorates the heroism of Filipino and American soldiers who fought the Japanese World War II. In many areas of the country such as Bontoc, Mountain Province , the day is marked by parade, wreath laying and […]


SNAP-Benguet plants 145k trees in Ambuklao and Binga watersheds

After planting 2,200 seedlings in 2018, Benguet-based renewable energy company SN Aboitiz Power (SNAP-Benguet) has brought its total number of seedlings planted to 145,000 since 2009. This is part of the company’s sustainability program, and in support of the AboitizPower’s Aboitiz Passion to Agroforestry and Reforestation to Keep (Apark) Program. Since 2009, SNAP-Benguet has continuously […]


DENR, LGUs do ‘ridge-to-reef’ river cleanup

BAGUIO CITY — The Department of Environment and Natural Resources – Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (DENR-CENRO), in collaboration with local government units (LGUs), has initiated a river cleanup to help prevent garbage from reaching the seas. “We’re starting the cleanup of rivers from the very top or the head water since we know […]


7 dead, 15 hurt as truck falls off ravine

BAGUIO CITY— At least seven people died while 15 others were injured after a dump truck they were riding fell off a ravine in Tabuk City, Kalinga, police said on Saturday. In a text message to members of the Baguio media, Police Maj. Carolina Lacuata, Police Regional Office Cordillera information officer, said Rufina Limto Dawagon, […]


PAGASA records drop in Baguio temp due to rains

BAGUIO CITY — The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) in this city has recorded a temperature of 14.2 degrees Celsius — the lowest this month — due to rain showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening. “Here in Baguio City and Benguet, isolated rain showers will be present for the whole […]


Mt. Province awards outstanding entrepreneurs, farmers

BONTOC, Mountain Province, (PIA) –The provincial government here recognized its local entrepreneurs who have taken leadership roles in their respective enterprises and farmers practicing diversified farming system as a way of promoting sustainable agriculture. During the recent founding anniversary program of the province, the Entrepreneurship Award was presented to Jennifer A. Rimando of the Ola […]