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About March Fianza

MARCH FIANZA was a former editor of Baguio Midland and has been a columnist of the Baguio Chronicle since its maiden issue. He is also a folk singer and chronicler of Benguet culture and politics. In any political gathering in Baguio and Benguet or wherever there is watwat, his trademark green Beetle is sure to find its way there too.
30 03, 2022

Benguet farmers vote in hybrid elections

By |2022-03-30T10:06:54+00:00March 30, 2022|Opinion|0 Comments

THERE was sad news last weekend about a Benguet farmers’ group that was purposely not invited to a farmers’ congress held this month at the capitol, following written and unwritten petitions by the group against illegally imported carrots, onions, other vegetables, and even strawberries that had been flooding lowland and [...]

14 02, 2022

Rooster’s Tales – ‘Kailyan’

By |2022-02-14T08:28:38+00:00February 14, 2022|Opinion|0 Comments

“KAKAILYAN,” masapol mo ba ti tulong (townmates, do you need help)?” That line printed on a tarp and posted on fences, barangay halls, houses, and walls of sari-sari stores located along roadsides in Benguet is simply telling people in need of help to call the cellphone number on the poster. [...]

29 11, 2021

ROOSTER’S TALES – Amongst the pines

By |2021-11-29T14:28:49+00:00November 29, 2021|Opinion|0 Comments

AT least 100 public schools and a small number of private colleges in the country slowly went back to classroom teaching or face to face (F2F) classes last Monday, November 15 after one school year of distance learning. This would test if it is now safe to allow schoolchildren to [...]

18 09, 2021

Rooster’s Tales – Upholding due process

By |2021-09-18T07:38:25+00:00September 18, 2021|Opinion|0 Comments

THE political lines that were drawn are becoming clearer. Presidential daughter and Davao Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio will not run for any national position in next year’s election nor will she support the candidacies of Senator Bong Go and President Duterte. Meanwhile, Bong Go has declined his nomination as standard bearer [...]

5 09, 2021

Strummin’ my pain with his fingers

By |2021-09-05T13:58:44+00:00September 5, 2021|Lifestyle|0 Comments

  THEY still find time to play music together although many of them are successful in their selected fields. More than a dozen have migrated to the USA in search of better opportunities and protection in “Uncle Sam’s Arms” while the rest of the bunch preferred to be busy with [...]

14 08, 2021

Rooster’s Tales – Delta Air

By |2021-08-14T10:11:05+00:00August 14, 2021|Opinion|0 Comments

WHEN it comes to navigating unvaccinated people to vaccination sites similar to steering cows into a corral, we do not lack talent. Opening several vaccination sites 24/7 according to a Manila mayor before the scheduled enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) lockdown on August 6 not only magnetized qualified vaccinees, it saved [...]

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