A 27-year old resident of EB Magalona town was declared dead from electrocution at about 9:30AM, yesterday in Victorias City.
PSSupt. Ricardo T. De la Paz, Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO) head revealed that Jestoni Endrina, of Hacienda Malogo, EB Magalona was rushed to Teresita Jalandoni Provincial Hospital in Silay City for medical treatment.
Endrina reportedly fell from a 20-foot high post while trying to mount something on the lamp post at Quezon Extension, Brgy. 5 in Victorias City and was electrocuted.
Tanza Elementary School in E.B. Magalona, Negros Occidental will hold its 3rd Alumni Homecoming on May 18, 2013 with the theme, "Reminiscing the Past, Strengthening the Future".
Alumni Association President and Silay City Councilor Marie June Pavillar-Castro, is urging schoolmates to attend the homecoming and celebrate the 60th year of the school as producer of elementary graduates who now excel in various fields of endeavor.
Fun and prizes-filled activities have been outlined by Class 1988, the Silver Jubilarians and host for the May 18 homecoming.
Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. has denounced in the strongest terms possible the lobbing of two grenades from a grenade launcher of what he and Provincial Government Executive Assistant Manuel Escalante, said was a politically-motivated attempt which accompanied the lobbing of the grenades in the two-hectare compound they own in Manapla town Wednesday evening.
In an interview by NNF/NDB in Tabunan Village, Bago City where Marañon along with other provincial government executives held a groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of a modern rice-processing center, the Negros Occidental Chief Executive said, those who are contending for the various elective positions in the province, should never use violence in their intention to prevail over one or the other, but through clean and honest elections and through the ballot on election day.
The Association of Chief Executives (mayors) of Negros Occidental yesterday condemned the terroristic act of some people against them, as two grenades were lobbed at the house of their colleague late Wednesday night.
ACE president and E.B. Magalona Mayor David Albert Lacson, in a press statement yesterday, said their group strongly condemns the recent act of violence which clearly targeted Manapla Mayor Lourdes Escalante and her family.
Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. distributed checks worth a total of P2.1 million to twenty-one barangays of EB Magalona at the Nature’s Village, Monday.
Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. (seated, center) turns over checks amounting to P2,120,000 of Pangkabuhayan Livelihood Project to 21 barangays of EB Magalona. In photo are (seated, l-r) former Silay Mayor Edwin Velez, EB Magalona Mayor David Albert Lacson, Board Member Melvin Ibañez, 4th District Representative Jeffrey Ferrer, EB Magalona Vice Mayor Rex Depasucat, Jr. and 4th District Board Member Jose Benito Alonso.*(Capitol photo)
The recipient barangays were Batea, Alicante, San Jose, Gahit, Alacaygan, Tuburan, Tomongtong, Damgo, Brgy. III-Poblacion, Pasil, Sto. Niño, Cudangdang, Latasan, Brgy. I-Poblacion, Nanca, Manta-angan, Consing and Tanza.
Seven police commissioned officers were given new assignments as staff officers of the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO) effective March 8 based on records from NOPPO’s Administrative Branch.
NOPPO spokesperson Police Chief Inspector Rico Santotome Jr.said that the new commissioned officers assigned at Camp Alfredo Montelibano Sr.are fresh from their Public Safety Officers Advance Course (PSOAC) career advancement studies from the Regional Training School-6 in Barangay Mansilingan, Bacolod City.
Photocopies of the letter supposedly coming from the Eduardo Cojuangco Foundation (ECF) dated December 20, 2012 and purportedly bearing his signature circulated in the media circles yesterday.
Cojuangco could not be Photocopies of the letter supposedly coming from the Eduardo Cojuangco Foundation (ECF) dated December 20, 2012 and purportedly bearing his signature circulated in the media circles yesterday.
A resident of Sagay City succumbed to a single stab wound in the back when attacked by another at the City’s bus terminal, Brgy. Poblacion 2 allegedly due to old grudges.
Police report said Rey Anacris Bayona, 37, of Recto St., Purok 4, Brgy. Poblacion 2 was stabbed in the back by Germal Penalo, 47, of Sitio Balibag, Brgy. Lopez Jaena, Sagay City with a 13-inch bladed weapon he turned-over to police.
Ang Bulig sa mga Ilonggo," a joint project of the Leisure and Resorts World Corporation (LRWC), Betty Bantug Benitez Foundation (BBBF), Office of Provincial Board Member and SK Provincial Chairman Thea Mae Dino, and the office of Third District Representative Alfredo Benitez recently launched its expanded medical mission to the hinterlands of the Third District of Negros Occidental. The district-wide activity is closely coordinated with the local government units and barangay officials.
Registration of patients in the Hda. Paz, Canlandog, Murcia Medical Mission
Last February 3, the "Bulig" team served a total of 357 residents of Hacienda Paz in Barangay Canlandog, Murcia in the free medical and dental clinic set up at the grounds of the Don Arturo Alba Sr. Elementary School.
Volunteer dentist Dr. Margarita Pineda Aparra attended to 47 dental patients. Murcia Municipal Health Officer Dr. Raymund Antonio Maguad together with Dr. Napoleon Sacro covered 310 medical patients. Free medicines and vitamins were provided to the beneficiaries.
Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. turned over checks worth a total of P2,323,700 to the 16 barangays of the cities of Silay, Talisay and Victorias and the Municipality of E.B. Magalona.
The barangay captains personally received the checks from Gov. Marañon in a turn-over ceremony held in Talisay City, Monday.
Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. (4th from right) with the barangay captains of the different barangays in the Third District of the province, during the turnover of checks for government projects, held in Talisay City, Monday.*(Capitol photo)
In Silay City, nine barangays namely, Brgy. I, III, Bagtic, Balaring, E. Lopez, Patag, Guimbalaon, Guinhalaran and Rizal received P150,000 each for the infrastructure project, declogging of drainage system, rehabilitation of drainage canals and purchase of assorted medicines, while Brgy. Hawaiian received P100,000 for its Solid Waste Management Program.