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San Carlos City

Gay, Woman Speed Off After Refuelling

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A gay and a woman who were riding in a gray color Honda City without plate number has refused to pay fuel bills in a gasoline station in San Carlos City and sped off towards Salvador Benedicto.

Worst, Nico Alexis Severino, of Brgy. Mandalagan and Pauline Ann Montero of No. 26 Virgo Street. Greensville here were found with illegal drugs when arrested in checkpoint by Senior Inspector John Joel Batusbatusan, Salvador Benedicto police chief.

They yielded an improvised tooter with residue of shabu and improvised lighter.

MC Rider Dies in Bridge Mishap

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It is high time that owners and riders of motorcycles must be required to undergo seminar on road safety specifically designed for two-wheeled or three-wheeled vehicles, as accidents involving them take place daily in Bacolod City and other parts of Negros Occidental alone.

Another motorcycle rider, this time a 54-year old widower died an hour after he fell off Medina Bridge along Kilometer 83 in Brgy. Rizal, San Carlos City Tuesday.

Panhay Awarded UFL Div 2 MVP

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The Bacolod-based Ceres–La Salle FC had shown the whole country the best talent from the province after its successful stint in the United Football League (UFL) 2nd Tier recently.

UFL Division 2 MVP Jayson Panhay and Golden Gloves awardee Louie Michael Casas.*

RIU Files Illegal Possession of Firearms vs Gawat

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The Regional Intelligence Unit (RIU) has filed corresponding charges against Eugene Angelo Lacson Gawat for violation of Republic Act 10591 or the Comprehensive Law on Firearms and Ammunition at the City Prosecutor’s Office yesterday afternoon.

Chief Supt. Josephus Angan, PNP Regional Director for Western Visayas said that Supt. Ronald Allan Gepana, chief of the RIU-6 has submitted necessary documents needed in the filing of charges in court.

DENR and San Carlos City Conduct Training for Land Titling

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DENR Cadiz City and LGU San Carlos have conducted training for Deputy Public Land Inspectors (DPLIs) in San Carlos City. This includes participants from the City Assessors Office, City Housing Office, City Planning Office and DENR DPLIs. The training was held for two (2) days for DPLIs. The training was part of the responsibilities of parties in line with the Memorandum of Partnership Agreement entered between DENR and LGU San Carlos in August last year to jointly work in the titling of agricultural and residential land in San Carlos City.

DENR Cadiz Reorganize MFPC in the 1st District of Negros Occ.

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DENR Cadiz City has recently reorganized the Multi-Sectoral Forest Protection Committee (MFPC) in the 1st District of Negros Occidental. The MFPC aims to have a district wide effort in forest protection among LGUs in the district. The MFPC was attended by 40 stakeholders that include LGUs, PNP, Philippine Army, Coast Guard, legislators, NGOs, Bantay Gubat Group and POs.

LGU Supports in Sports Crucial

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The Local Government Unit (LGU) support in sports is crucial and plays an important role in the development of sports.

This was disclosed by Coach John Carmona of San Carlos City Football Club.

The inclusion of three girls’ football player from this city in the U14 Girls’ national team that placed 1st runner-up in the 2014 U14 Girls Asian Football Confederation is a living witness that supports of San Carlos City in its sports development program, especially football paid off.

San Carlos Continues as Seedbed of Football Talents in NegOc

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San Carlos City continues to be a seedbed of football talents in Negros Occidental following the growing number of footballers contributing to the national team as well as in different universities and clubs both in Bacolod and Manila.

This was disclosed yesterday by San Carlos City Assistant Sports Officer and PFF Regional Technical Director John Carmona during the interview over Aksyon Isports of dyEZ Aksyon Radyo-Bacolod.

3 San Carlos RP U14 Girls Members to be Honored

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SAN CARLOS CITY, Negros Occidental - The three girls who were members of the RP National team that placed 1st runner-up in just ended U14 Girls Asian Football Confederation (AFC) held in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam will be honored here during the 54th Charter Day on July 1.

Coach John Carmona of San Carlos City Football Club where the girls went under rigid training was also fitted with a Sanguniang Panlungsod resolution acknowledging their accomplishment making the city proud of.

San Carlos Holds 2-Day Bootfest

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Hundreds of teams across the Visayas region are expected to converge in San Carlos City FC football field to compete for the 2-day City Charter Day Football Festival scheduled on June 28 and 29, 2014.

These young aspiring booters will be seeing action in ages 3, 4 and 5; 6-8 years-old; 9-10 years-old; 11-12 years-old; U14, U16 (boys and girls).

Other categories to be contested include: the Women’s Open, Men’s Open and the 38-Up.

661 Barangays Gear for Clean-up in Negros Occ.

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All 661 barangays of the Province of Negros Occidental are set to hold a simultaneous clean-up on June 26 during the 22nd Provincial Environment Week, June 22-27.

Information Officer Olive Seruelo in an interview over Radyo Kumando 103.1 FM, said the barangay clean-up is just one of the many activities in Negros Occidental highlighting the need for a cleaner environment as pollution, due to man’s activities, remain a top concern of communities and policy makers across the country.

Muslim Nabbed in Buy-bust in San Carlos City

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 A Muslim resident of San Carlos City was nabbed in a drug buy-bust police operation by San Carlos PNP Saturday noon.

Senior Inspector Mark Anthony Darroca, San Carlos Deputy Police Chief identified the suspect as Vicente "Wenison" Bohol Ramirez, 19, of Purok Tindalo, Villarante Village, Brgy. 1, San Juan, San Carlos.

Police poseur-buyer did follow him and bought one sachet of prohibited shabu weighing about 2 grams in exchange forf P1,000 bills as marked money.

Darroca said the suspect has been under surveillance for two weeks.

San Carlos @ 54 Towards a Cleaner and Greener City

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Local talents of San Carlos City were once again showcased last Friday, June 13, 2014.

San Carlos will again be celebrating its Charter Day on July 1.

San Carlos became a city on July 1, 1960 under the leadership of then Mayor Sofronio C. Carmona.

Fifty four years later, the city continued its progressive growth, together with its residents, with the guidance of the city officials.

In line with the 54th Charter Day Celebration, the City Tourism Department under has prepared a series of activities for visitors and locals alike.

Strictly Monitor Barging, San Carlos Bishop Urges DENR

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Bishop Alminaza

The San Carlos Diocese called on the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and other government monitoring bodies to strictly monitor the proposed barging out of waste water by the San Carlos Bio- Energy Industry (SCBI),according to Msgr. Gerardo Alminaza, bishop of the San Carlos Diocese.

"We are not opposing the barging out of waste water as long as it strictly complies with international protocols," Alminaza said.

"It is morally permissible," the bishop said adding that "the problem here is the issue of monitoring."

Alminaza said there concern is the DENR and other government agencies tasked to monitor the move to strictly do enforce the required conditions, " to really do their part."

Man Posing as RPA-ABB Commander Yields FAs in Raid

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A person who posed as commander of Revolutionary Proletarian Army-Alex Boncayao Brigade (RPA-ABB) was nabbed along with three others in a raid yesterday morning at their respective houses in San Carlos City.

The joint team of the regional Special Operations Group (SOG), Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO) SOG, Army Special Action Force and Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) arrested Marlon De La Cruz, of legal age.

Police authorities were armed with a search warrant to effect his arrest.

High-Powered Guns Seized in 2 Raids; 3 Men Face Raps

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Five high-powered firearms were confiscated in two separate police raids led by the Regional Special Operations Group (RSOG) in Brgy. 2, San Carlos City, Wednesday morning.

PSInsp. Joel Cambi, RSOG deputy chief reported that the guns were recovered from the house of Marlon Delos Santos also known as Godofredo Bayugang, an alleged member of the Revolutionary Proletarian Army-Alex Boncayao Brigade (RPA-ABB). Police seized an M16 rifle, a .45 caliber pistol, a carbine and several magazines of various caliber.

Barging is Legal Sans Gov’s OK - DENR

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San Carlos City - A top official of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Western Visayas said that the barging of waste water is legal even without the approval of the governor or the mayor and the agency can issue a permit even without the approval of the local government.

San Carlos to host 1st District, 5th Negros First Gov. Boxing Cup

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San Carlos City will host the 1st District boxing elimination on the first week of August, Boxing Coordinator Bert Alison said.

The elimination aimed to produce boxing champion in the district to represent in the 5th Negros First Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr., Boxing Cup Open Championship finals set in October this year at BAYS Center.

The championship will be part of Masskara celebration of Bacolod City.

The first district is composed of Escalante and San Carlos cities; Toboso, Calatrava and Salvador Benedicto.

NONECO is Fast Reducing Its Power Systems Loss

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Systems loss of the Northern Negros Electric Cooperative, Inc. (NONECO), formerly VRESCO, is going down, according to OIC General Manager Atty. Dan Pondevilla.

Pondevilla said, that in a span of six months that he is incharge since October, the systems loss lessened to only 10% in April.

The electric cooperative was losing and the systems loss was high before his assumption.

"When I took up the position, the systems loss is 18% which was below the National Electrification Administration (NEA) standard cap of 13%," he said.

Gov Marañon Admits: Education Key Solution to Poverty

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"Education is the best solution to poverty." Thus said Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon, Jr, during the launching yesterday of ABK 3 Child Labor Monitoring System at Nature’s Village, Talisay City.

ABK 3 is a project of the Provincial Council for the Rights and Welfare of Children (PCRWC), advocating to eliminate child labor in 15 cities/municipalities of Negros Occidental.

Ceres Regains Top Spot in UFL

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Ceres-La Salle FC has kept their winning form with a 6-nil blast over Nomads side on Sunday in the ongoing United Football League Division 2 played at the Emperador Stadium in Taguig.

Korean reinforcement Jin Ho Kim opened Ceres’ scoring spree in the early 10th minute of the match before San Carlos City – native Jason Panhay fired another in the 20th minute followed by the 39th minute goal from another Korean Kyum Son Cho for a 3-nil lead at the half.

La Carlota City is Gold Awardee in HLURB’s Zero Backlog Project

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La Carlota City headed by Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer is the Lone Gold Awardee of the Local Government Units of Negros Occidental in the 2013 Comprehensive Land Use Program Zero Backlog Project of the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) at the awarding ceremony and Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signing for Housing Projects held at the De La Rama Hall, Talisay City Hall last Thursday.

Gold Awardee: Vice-Mayor Luis Jacky Jalandoni III representing Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer receives the Gold Trophy and Plaque of Appreciation from Vice-President Jejomar C. Binay, Congressman Alfredo Albee Benitez-3rd District of Negros Occidental, HLURB Commissioner Ria Cabrera, Commissioner Linda Hornilla, Commissioner Luis Paredes and Usec Cecilia Alba, Secretary-General of HUDCC.* (Jun de los Reyes/NDB photo)

Vice-President Jejomar C. Binay, Congressman Alfredo "Albee" Benitez of the 3rd District of Negros Occidental together with HLURB Commissioner Ria Cabrera, Commissioner Linda Hornilla, Commissioner Luis Paredes and Usec. Cecilia Alba, Secretary General of HUDCC spearheaded the awarding ceremonies.

Silver Awardees were: Mayor Jose Maria A. Alonso of Pontevedra, Mayor Ramon Torres of Bago City represented by Denny Millevo and Mayor Melecio Yap Jr. and Vice-Mayor Santiago D. Maravillas of Escalante City.

Ceres-BUFC A beats San Carlos; triumphs 38-Above title

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Randy Jalbuena scored Ceres-Bacolod United FC – A lone goal to help his team win over San Carlos FC in the 38-Above in the 1st Ceres Cup 7-A-Side Football Tournament over the weekend at North Field in Talisay City.

A total of 306 teams from across the country join the just-concluded 1st Ceres Cup 7-A-Side Football Tournament held over the weekend at the North, Mandalagan and Carlos Hilado Memorial State College pitches as Organizing Committee Chairman Nicolas Golez, Provincial Sports Coordinator and Executive Assistant Nonong Verdeflor, and Vice-Gov. Eugenio Lacson lead the ceremonial kick off.* (SCOOP-Bacolod Photo)

Both squads, composed of former national team players, had a 3-all draw during the elimination round.

Meanwhile, Ceres-BUFC B settled for second runner-up as Oldskol of Dumaguete finished third runner-up.

NAPOLCOM Awards 4 Negros Occidental Police Stations

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Four police stations in the province were awarded recognition by the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) regional office at the Negros Occidental Provincial Police Office (NOPPO) headquarters Friday.

NAPOLCOM Regional head, Atty. Marte Palomar awarded recognition to Pulupandan, Valladolid for municipal police station; and San Carlos and Talisay in the city category.

The result of their performance was conducted for the month of March, Palomar said.

The four Negros Occ. police stations were awarded Best Police Station in both municipal and city category.

Protests Welcome PNoy in Negros

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The scheduled visit of Pres. Benigno Aquino III in the cities of San Carlos and Sagay yesterday was a day of protests by farmers and militants in Bacolod City, Manapla and some other parts Negros Occidental as they expressed anew their call for land, food, jobs and justice.

Protest rallies welcome President PNoy in Negros yesterday.* (Owen S. Bayog/NDB photo)

Farmer’s Son Killed in Grenade Explosion

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A farmer’s son was killed when a fragmentation grenade accidentally exploded about 6PM, Tuesday at Brgy. Quezon in San Carlos City.

Police identified the casualty as Angelo Rebuton, of Purok Tambobo, Sitio Maglunod in Brgy. Quezon who was found dead near the rice field where the boy reportedly found the MK2 fragmentation grenade.

Reports added the boy discovered the bomb at the road near the field and accidentally discharged it. Recovered from the scene was an MK2 grenade clip and was placed under the custody of San Carlos City Police Station.


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