GTV further boosts signal reception in PH

Posted by watchmen
May 19, 2022
Posted in BUSINESS

GTV, the second most-watched channel in the Philippines – next only to GMA-7 – continues GMA Network’s pursuit of reaching every Filipino household as it further expands its coverage after completing all its analog station upgrades across the country. The GTV Iloilo station, which covers the Western Visayas region, is the ninth and final analog TV station upgraded for GMA …

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Blackwater taps Rosser as No. 1 pick in PBA Draft

Posted by watchmen
May 16, 2022
Posted in SPORTS

By Adrian Stewart Co Blackwater Bossing added much-needed firepower to its roster after tapping Brandon Ganuelas-Rosser as their top-overall pick in the PBA Season 47 Rookie Draft yesterday at the Robinsons Place in Ermita, Manila. The 6-foot-7 PBA 3×3 basketball star will be an added force to the Bossing, which only won one game in …

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Kim, Caloy double gold in SEA Games

Posted by watchmen
May 16, 2022
Posted in SPORTS

By Adrian Stewart Co Kim Mangrobang and Carlos Edriel Yulo annexed their second gold medal in the 31st Southeast Asian (SEA) Games yesterday at the Tuan Chau Island, Vietnam. The 30-year-old Mangrobang notched her second gold in the women’s individual duathlon event where she outsprinted her opponents from Malaysia and Indonesia, who settled for silver …

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San Carlos City recognizes Salbaro as heritage delicacy

Posted by watchmen
May 16, 2022

The San Carlos City government in Negros Occidental through the Heritage for Culture and the Arts Council conducted Salbaro Making Exhibit as heritage delicacy on Friday, May 13, at the city’s People’s Park. The activity was made in observance of the city’s month-long celebration of the National Heritage Month facilitated by San Carlos City Heritage for …

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3ID in favor of mandatory military service

Posted by watchmen
May 16, 2022
Posted in TOP STORIES

By Dominique Gabriel G. Bañaga The Philippine Army’s 3rd Infantry Division (3ID) is in favor of the proposal made by Vice President-elect Sara Duterte-Carpio to introduce mandatory military service in the country. Capt. Kim Apitong, 3ID spokesperson, said at present there is no law or mandate for the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to …

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Lacson wants PGN bridge to materialize

Posted by watchmen
May 16, 2022
Posted in TOP STORIES

By Dominique Gabriel G. Bañaga Negros Occidental Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson over the weekend said he wants the proposed Panay-Guimaras-Negros (PGN) Bridge to materialize. This came after the Department of Public Works and Highways announced earlier this month that the South Korean government through the Export Import Bank of Korea has extended a $56.6 million …

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Where to find our strength

Posted by watchmen
May 16, 2022
Posted in OPINION

To go directly to the point, we can only find our true strength in Christ. There’s no other — no, not in some drugs, therapy, physical stamina, genes, etc. These things only give, at best, some temporary relief. They don’t last for long, and they don’t work all the time. This was affirmed by St. …

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Children with special needs

Posted by watchmen
May 16, 2022
Posted in OPINION

(By Dr. Joseph D. Lim and Dr. Kenneth Lester Lim, BS-MMG, DDM, MSc-OI) Parents and oral health professionals are responsible for children with special needs. They need to have the knowledge and skills to prevent oral diseases among these children, recommends a new study published in Pediatrics, the journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics. …

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Empty suit, no; empty vessel, yes

Posted by watchmen
May 16, 2022
Posted in OPINION

We have to be familiar with these two terms that refer to two conditions or states that can characterize our life. One is good which we should try to assume, while the other is bad which, of course, we should avoid at all costs. To be an empty suit is to be quite impressive and …

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