Liberal Party targets Duterte administration in response to Serenio accusations

Posted by watchmen
October 30, 2017
Posted in HEADLINE

By Dominique Gabriel G. Bañaga In response to an affidavit executed by former Berya drug group member Ricky Serenio, where he accused 2016 Liberal Party (LP) presidential candidate Mar Roxas, Senator Franklin Drilon, and dismissed Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog of protecting slain drug lord Melvin Odicta, Sr., the LP came out with an …

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Ceres FC pummels JPV Marikina, 5-0

Posted by watchmen
October 30, 2017
Posted in SPORTS

By Jerome S. Galunan, Jr. Ceres-Negros FC served JPV Marikina FC a 5-0 thumping over the weekend in their Philippine Football League (PFL) match at the Panaad Park and Stadium. The home side got out to an early lead, scoring three goals within the first seven minutes of the match. Striker Fernando Rodríguez scored in …

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Sweet Crystals Sugar, Basecom add more wins

Posted by watchmen
October 30, 2017
Posted in SPORTS

Fil-Sino Inter-Color Basketball Tournament By Jerome S. Galunan, Jr. After reporting wins by Sweet Crystals Sugar and Basecom last Friday in the ongoing Fil-Sino Inter-Color Basketball Tournament at the Bacolod Tay Tung High School gym, Sweet Crystals Sugar registered another win recently, over AACI Transport, 81-78; while Basecom beat AACI Trading, 83-78. Going into the …

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Horror stories

Posted by watchmen
October 30, 2017
Posted in OPINION

When I was seven years old, I slept with my nanny next to me at night. Where a headboard must be were mirrors that hung adjacent to each other on our wall. Back then, we had a funny way of sleeping, we slept with our heads right where our feet should be, so I could …

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An unsolicited solution to our traffic woes

Posted by watchmen
October 30, 2017
Posted in OPINION

By Atty. Joel G. Dojillo The traffic situation in Bacolod City is unquestionably getting worse every day. In a year or two it would become unbearable similar if not worse than that in Metro Manila. It will definitely soon become the new normal, unless some drastic and immediate action is taken. The deployment of number …

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2017 UniGames: USLS wins the men’s table tennis competition

Posted by watchmen
October 30, 2017
Posted in SPORTS

By Jerome S. Galunan, Jr. The University of St. La Salle (USLS) recently won the men’s table tennis competition of the 2017 University Games (UniGames) in Dumaguete City, which ends this weekend, defeating San Beda College at the Negros Oriental Convention Center. John Paul Gubaton won the first singles match; however, James Saligumba dropped his …

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Ceres FC meets JPV Marikina today at the Panaad

Posted by watchmen
October 30, 2017
Posted in SPORTS

By Jerome S. Galunan, Jr.   Ceres-Negros FC meets JPV Marikina FC today at 4:00 p.m. in the ongoing 2017 Philippines Football League (PFL) at the Panaad Park and Stadium. Both Ceres defender Jeffrey Christiaens and midfielder Stephan Schröck return for this match, a boost for the Negrense club, who drew JPV Marikina last week, 2-2. Ceres …

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The martyrs called teachers

Posted by watchmen
October 30, 2017
Posted in OPINION

This is a post Teachers’ Day article. I did not submit my article for an October 5 publication as my article may have killed the vibe, commonly referred to as “taga basag ng trip,” as I am seeking to inform the public about what lurks behind the “martyrdom” of teachers.  Every student who has taken …

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