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‘Will justice ever be served?,’ Victim’s Daughter Asks on 5th Year of Ampatuan Massacre

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Ma. Reynafe Castillo, daughter of photojournalist Reynaldo "Bobet" Momay, expressed frustration at the snail’s pace of the trial involving the masterminds and the underlings who carried out the "demonic act" and "bloodfest" that took 58 lives, including her father’s and 31 of his colleagues.

Negros Island Organic Festival Kicks Off Today

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Hosted by Negros Occidental, the week-long 9th Organic Farmers Festival opens today and will last until Sunday, Nov. 23, at the capitol grounds of the Provincial Capitol themed "One Negros, One Green Economy".

With Agriculture Undersecretary for Special Concerns of the National Organic Agriculture Board Bernadette Romulo Puyat as keynote speaker, she will be introduced by DA Region 6 Director Larry Nacionales.

CLMMRH, Capitol to Ink Community Cataract Project

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By Eugene Y. Adiong

The provincial government of Negros Occidental and the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (CLMMRH) will sign an agreement for a joint project to address the problem of cataract affecting Negrenses, Dr. Julius Drilon, head of hospital of CLMMRH.

Drilon yesterday said that hospital management is "now ready with the protocols for patients with eye problems especially cataract."

"We can kick off this program by December as there is already a group of specialists willing to partner with us," he said.

CLMMRH Preps for Ebola and Other New Diseases

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By Eugene Y. Adiong

The Corazon Locsin Montelibano Regional Hospital (CLMMRH) is preparing for the possibility of the dreaded ebola and other new diseases.

Dr. Julius Drilon, chief of hospital of the CLMMRH yesterday said that they are constructing a facility inside the hospital compound where patients with the suspected disease can be treated.

Drilon said, CLMMRH for now is not ready if a case of ebola is reported but "we are 50 percent prepared for that eventuality."

Coyiuto House Building Inaugurated

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Coyiuto House Building was inaugurated yesterday with the approximate pomp and dressings which featured MassKara dancers, dragons and the proverbial snake to give due honors to the Coyiuto family, the officers and staff members of the Prudential Guarantee & Assurance Company, Inc. led by Chairman of the Board of Directors Robert Coyiuto together with Senior Vice President Ramon Kilayko.


RIBBON CUTTING (L-R): Ramon Kilayko, Mrs. Josefa Puentevella, Bacolod City Mayor Monico O. Puentevella, Roberto Coyiuto and Mrs. Elsa F. Leonardia

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