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Inside the Dugout – Heroes parade?

By |August 15, 2022|

By Roderick Osis   Will we be expecting a hero’s parade for Ifugao pride Carl Jammes Martin? There might be, or there won’t be.  That is because some towns in the province of Ifugao are still reeling from the effects of recent calamities. For starters, [...]

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HoHo bus for tourists revived

By |July 18, 2022|

THE Baguio City government has revived the hop-on-hop-off (HoHo) bus system to accommodate the growing levels of traffic in the city brought about by increasing tourist numbers bringing along their private cars. Relaunched on July 15, the buses are expected to pull some 50 vehicles [...]

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HoHo bus for tourists revived

By |July 18, 2022|

THE Baguio City government has revived the hop-on-hop-off (HoHo) bus system to accommodate the growing levels of traffic in the city brought about by increasing tourist numbers bringing along their private cars. Relaunched on July 15, the buses are expected to pull some 50 vehicles [...]

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National track meet to be held in Baguio by year-end

By |September 22, 2021|

THE Philippine Athletics Track and Field Association (PATAFA) is aiming to hold a national open in Baguio at the end of the year. This is part of the local athletes' preparations for the 2022 Southeast Asian Games in Hanoi, Vietnam. Philip Juico, (PATAFA) president, said [...]

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1508, 2022

BLISTT dev’t authority now a law

By |August 15, 2022|News|

THE bill authored by Congressman Go that seeks to Create the Metropolitan Baguio City, La Trinidad, Itogon, Sablan, Tuba and Tublay Development Authority (MBLISTTDA) has lapsed into law last July 30. The bill, Go’s first [...]

1508, 2022

Kennon rehab to start next year

By |August 15, 2022|News|

THE rehabilitation of Kennon Road into an all-weather road is slated to begin sometime in 2023, according to Baguio Representative Mark Go, who authored the bill that mandated its rehabilitation. The rehabilitation process is expected [...]

1508, 2022

La Trinidad council, mayor reiterate support for Licoben

By |August 15, 2022|News|

THE La Trinidad Municipal Council has issued a resolution reiterating the municipal government’s support for the position of Benguet Electric Cooperative (BENECO) Board of Directors (BOD)-appointed General Manager Melchor Licoben. The resolution comes amid continued [...]

1008, 2022

Councilor bats for hazard pay for city workers

By |August 10, 2022|News|

RE-ELECTED councilor, Leandro Yangot, is proposing an ordinance that would grant hazard pay to all city-paid workers whose lines of work have occupational hazards. The proposed ordinance covers all city-paid workers, whether permanent, temporary, contractual, [...]

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1508, 2022

BLISTT dev’t authority now a law

By |August 15, 2022|News|

THE bill authored by Congressman Go that seeks to Create the Metropolitan Baguio City, La Trinidad, Itogon, Sablan, Tuba and Tublay Development Authority (MBLISTTDA) has lapsed into law last July 30. The bill, Go’s first [...]

1508, 2022

Kennon rehab to start next year

By |August 15, 2022|News|

THE rehabilitation of Kennon Road into an all-weather road is slated to begin sometime in 2023, according to Baguio Representative Mark Go, who authored the bill that mandated its rehabilitation. The rehabilitation process is expected [...]

1508, 2022

La Trinidad council, mayor reiterate support for Licoben

By |August 15, 2022|News|

THE La Trinidad Municipal Council has issued a resolution reiterating the municipal government’s support for the position of Benguet Electric Cooperative (BENECO) Board of Directors (BOD)-appointed General Manager Melchor Licoben. The resolution comes amid continued [...]

1008, 2022

Councilor bats for hazard pay for city workers

By |August 10, 2022|News|

RE-ELECTED councilor, Leandro Yangot, is proposing an ordinance that would grant hazard pay to all city-paid workers whose lines of work have occupational hazards. The proposed ordinance covers all city-paid workers, whether permanent, temporary, contractual, [...]