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Negros Occ. to Host National Hog Convention

The Provincial Government of Negros Occidental led by Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. will host the 25th National Hog Congress slated April 14 to 16, 2016 at SMX Convention Center, Bacolod City.


Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. (seated 4th from right) together with the organizing committee of the 25th National Hog Convention, during a meeting in Bacolod City on Tuesday, January 19.*(vet photo)

Capitol Holds IT Consultative Meeting with Heads of SUCs

The Provincial Government of Negros Occidental through the Negros Occ. Language and Information Center held a consultative meeting with heads of State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) on Information Technology (IT), at the Capitol Social Hall, yesterday.


Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. (seated 5th from right), Provincial Consultant on Trade and Investment, Rafael Coscolluela together with the heads of SUCs and some Capitol executives at the Capitol Social Hall, yesterday.*(Capitol photo by Richard Malihan)

Talisay City Wages War Again

Just before the year 2015 ended – Talisay City waged war against garbage and this time Mayor Doc Eric Saratan led the intensified campaign dubbed “Gyera sa Basura 2” basing from the success of the first activity in the City where the people are enjoined to do their share on the said endeavor. The activity gathered more than 7,000 people who marched with the City Public Plaza to the Talisay City Gym.


Mayor Doc Eric Saratan lauds the efforts of volunteers and leaders who came and showed support on the intensified war against garbage before the year 2015 ended. *(Owen S. Bayog/NDB photo)

Governor Marañon Bares More Projects

Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. bared yesterday that there will be more big-budget projects for the province this year 2016.


Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. (seated 4th from left) meets with department and division heads of the provincial government of Negros Occidental after the first flag raising ceremony, yesterday.*(Capitol photo by Richard Malihan)