Daily Archive

November 21, 2017


* HIGH SCHOOL SEX VIDEO SCANDAL. From 09509837741: No need to comment further on this latest Talisay City sex video scandal of two high school students doing what unmarried couple must not do. At young age at that! Not because there are laws that will penalize anyone caught spreading the videos but everyone must stop spreading it. Lots of sex video scandals showing local students were feasted upon and yet the young ones prefer to make more. Not only the parents and the students themselves but everybody in this too open and liberal society are to blae why this continue to happen. Stop sharing it! Delete it now!

TURN OVER. Bago City Mayor Nicholas Yulo together with Vice Mayor Ramon Torres turn-over yesterday, 20 units of two-way handheld radio equipment to the different barangay captains of Bago, the Bago City District Jail, and the Bureau of Fire Protection as part of the Early Warning, Monitoring, Surveillance of Hazards and emergency telecommunications of the City.*

November 21, 2017

It was never expected, it was one step at a time. It all started with a simple dream, just to put up a Basketball team for the school that was established in 2011. They have a simple sports program where they got Coaches and talents to kick start a team that they have today.

The NOPSSCEA 37th season Basketball Champions. CSAV Titans.* (Owen Segovia Bayog/NDB photo)

November 21, 2017

BCY/La Filipina and BCY/Campuestohan bowlers rose above their challengers in the championship round to rule the Men’s division in the recently-concluded 14th BCBC Open Trios Duckpin Bowling League 2017 at Negros Super Lanes.

Category A champion La Filipina managed by powerhouse duckpinner Bob Yap outpointed Tough Trucks/NPBC by 13 pin falls, 352-339.

Yap pinned down 120 pfs, as teammates Reymund Lopez and Lyndon Reyes contributed 118 and 114 apiece. Hernan Garciniego fired a high-score of 126 for the eventual 1st runner-up finish of Tough Trucks.

November 21, 2017

The STI-West Negros University (WNU) Junior Mustangs ruled over Bacolod Tay Tung High School (BTTHS) Thunderbolts, 104-90, as they successfully defended their NOPSSCEA secondary boys’ title.

John Paul Malayas sizzled with 10 points including 3 treys to spearhead the Mustangs 27-21 run in the opening quarter as Austine Laureño and Philip John Majometaño added 5 points each with a triple apiece while Fritz Tagamolila hit 6 points.

November 21, 2017

Bacolod City registered ten deaths from dengue out of 1,549 patients as of November 17 of this year, records from City Health Office showed.

The top 10 barangays having the highest dengue cases are: Mansilingan 139; Taculing 117; Mandalagan 113; Villamonte, Vista Alegre 98; Villamonte 107; Vista Alegre 98; Banago 95; Estefania 88; Alijis 87; Sum-ag 86; and, Granada 85.

Other barangays posting high rate of dengue cases include Singcang-Airport with 67 , Tangub 65, Handumanan 64, Bata 46, and Pahanocoy 39.

November 21, 2017

Around 1,300 personnel of Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO), Bacolod Traffic Authority Office (BTAO), Department of Education (DepEd) and Bacolod City Government Center joined the simultaneous cleanup and re-painting of vandalized walls in three strategic areas of Bacolod City Saturday (Nov. 18).

Mayor Evelio Leonardia leads the “sendoff” of personnel of Bacolod City Police Office and Bacolod Traffic Authority Office for the massive cleanup and re-painting of vandalized walls along Bacolod streets Saturday (Nov. 18).*

November 21, 2017

About 50 security guards evicted from a mining company has intruded the G Holding Incorporated compound at 3:00 p.m. Saturday, located in Barangay San Jose, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental.

The intruders, in civilian attire and unarmed members of Radiant Security Agency previously assigned in the G Holding Incorporated mining arrived at Post No. 2 of the mine site.

November 21, 2017

The Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO) advises parents to guide their children and practice positive discipline at home.

Social Welfare Aide Narciso Abad III said in a radio interview that despite how hectic the parents are, they should reflect and not neglect the duties to their children on becoming responsible adults.

“We should enforce positive discipline. Five to 10 years from now, if these children are not guided, what will happen to our communities,” Abad asked.

November 21, 2017

The City Government of La Carlota, through a November 15, 2017 executive order signed by Mayor Luis Jacky D. Jalandoni III, suspended the Mayor’s Permit of Roxol Bioenergy Corporation, imposing an order to cease and desist from operating the ethanol plant and its accessories, temporarily.

November 21, 2017

The 12th Negros Island Organic Farmers Festival (NIOFF) will open tomorrow, November 22 at the Provincial Capitol Grounds.

This year’s four-day celebration is hosted once again by the Province of Negros Occidental with the theme, “Go Organic for Health and Prosperity”.

The event will highlight various exhibits of organic products and by-products, as well as showcase sustainable innovations and technologies practiced by different farmer-producers and advocates.