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PAPI Taps Magazine Publisher to Form Negros Chapter

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Jonathan “Jun” Gaton, publisher of Pasiplat Magazine, was authorized by the Publishers Association of the Philippines, Inc. officers as PAPI’s organizing incharge in Negros Occidental and Oriental.

Reasons to Visit San Carlos

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SAN CARLOS CITY, Negros Occ. — There are reasons to consider spending your vacation in this northernmost city of Negros Occidental which is the home of Pinta Flores Festival.

LA FORTUNA LAGOON. One of the beautiful places to visit in San Carlos is the La Fortuna Lagoon, owned and maintained by the Ledesma Hermanos Agricultural Corp. Although a private spot, permission can be secured from the company or the 1st District Congressional Office. From right to left, executive Marton Cui serving as guide to the lagoon site, NDB reporter Eugene Adiong and editor Arman Toga.*

Salvador Benedicto Acts Against Treasure Diggings at the Historic WWII Cave

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Authorities in Salvador Benedicto (SalBen) town are investigating the alleged treasure digging activities in and around the historical World War II cave of the family of Negros Island Governor Alfredo “Peding” Montelibano Sr.

PEMO Finds No Damage Or Erosion at Lamis Quarrying in Sagay

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BRGY. TADLONG, Sagay City — The Provincial Environment Management Office (PEMO) found no traces of damage nor erosion at the embankment of Himoga-an River, in this boundary barangay between Cadiz and Sagay cities, where a sand and gravel quarrying operates.

HIMOGA-AN RIVER QUARRY. After interviewing last Saturday the opposing parties - the Lamis Family on its sand and gravel quarry operations and the Galang Family for their access road blockade in far-flung Barangay Tadlong in Sagay City - (from left) RMN DYHB anchorman Larry Trinidad, DYAF Radyo Veritas anchorman Rommel Pido, and DYRL Abyan Radyo anchorman Nonoy Ferrer pose infront of a back hoe the quarry operator is renting from the Cadiz City government.* (Arman Toga photo)

Sipaway Islanders Grateful for Water & Power from Mainland San Carlos

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SIPAWAY ISLAND, Tañon Strait — Residents of Sipaway Island, numbering about 8,000, are grateful that they now have potable water supply coming from mainland San Carlos City.

SIPAWAY-BOUND. From left, NDB Capitol reporter Eugene Adiong, NDB editor Arman Toga, and veteran broadcaster and the group’s friendly tour guide Jojo A. Sabellano of Cebu and Northern Negros Occidental media, taking a chartered pump boat ride to Sipaway Island from San Carlos City port.* (Jun Gaton photo)


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