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First Tractorco Agrimechanica 2014 Showcases Latest in Farm Technology

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Tractorco Company Inc.’s 1st "TRACTORCO AGRI-MECHANICA 2014" last December 10, 2014 succeeded in showcasing how modern machineries can increase farm productivity.


TRACTORCO COMPANY PRESIDENT DAVID LOCKHART showcasing the latest in farm and industrial technologies, during the Dec. 10, 2014 "Tractorco Agrimechanica 2014" in Bubog, Talisay City. Tractorco can be reached through 034-4952288, 09177889878, or 09285030045.*

In praise of George Gershwin

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It has been said that while American composer George Gershwin was a musical genius, he wasn’t so hot at composing long works.

After hearing renowned Filipino concert pianist Cristine Coyiuto play Gershwin’s Concerto in F Major last week in Bacolod City, I beg to disagree.

It’s a spectacular work and was brilliantly played by Coyiuto accompanied by the Metro Manila Concert Orchestra (MMCO), under the baton of distinguished conductor Josefino "Chino" Toledo.

Verdeflor Wants Bacolod Chinatown Center as One of the Festival Site for Bacolaodiat Festival 2015

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The Sangguniang Panlungsod (SP) of Bacolod City has approved the resolution requesting the organizers of the 2015 Bacolaodiat Festival this coming February 19-22, to include the Bacolod City Chinatown Center (Capitol Shopping Center) as one of the venues of the celebration.

The resolution was authored by Councilor Sonya Verdeflor, chairman of the Committee on Agriculture and Fisheries, Women and Gender.

Negros Occ. Wetlands Host to Thousands of Migratory Birds

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Thousands of migratory birds from Siberia, China and Australia pass by, feed and even breed in the wetlands of the province particularly the Bago up to Ilog area.

Director for Field Operations of the Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Incorporated Lisa J. Paguntalan approximates there are about 109,000 migratory shorebirds in the area for the month of January alone, a count more than that the whole of Manila Bay, the highest concentration for these migratory birds.

Talisay is Love

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The leader with a heart is working on two fronts, one is to elevate the way of life of his constituents, and the other one is coming up with various programs that will help the people become self-reliant.


TALISAY CITY Mayor Doc Eric Saratan went around and observed the ongoing shell and bamboo craft workshops of the City Cooperative Livelihood and Development Office (CCLDO).* (Owen S.Bayog / NDB photo)

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