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Arman Toga

Negros Occ. & Oriental Under Storm Signal #1

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The provinces of Negros Occidental and Oriental were placed under Storm Signal Number One as of 5 o’clock yesterday afternoon, along with at least 23 other areas in Visayas and Mindanao, as Tropical Depres-sion Seniang intensified slightly yesterday afternoon, state weather agency PAGASA said.


BACOLOD CITY First Lady Josefa Puentevella (3rd from left) together with BSC representative Chris De Guzman, Regional Head Vicente Jandayan, Area Head Gina Amiscaray, Branch Head Jennifer Castandielo and Deputy Regional Sales Head Dennis Lu during the Grand Opening and inauguration of the new Metrobank branch at 9th St. Lacson last Tuesday, December 23.*


BACOLOD CITY Councilors Wilson “Jun” Gamboa, Jr. and Kalaw Puentevella together with Brgy. Villamonte Punong Barangay Friday Solinap (2nd from right) join Se. Alan Peter Cayetano in the distribution of financial assistance to the Association of Tricycle Operators in Purok Akishola in Barangay Villamonte last December 22.*

This will mean more passengers in Visayas and Mindanao -- who are going back to either their work across the seas for the last working day of 2014, or going home for the New Year celebrations, will be stranded today and tomorrow or until the storm signal is lifted, in the various seaports.

Fastcrafts, roll-on roll-off and inter-island vessels as well as fishing boats are automatically prohibited from sailing once a storm signal is hoisted in areas where they ply or cross.

In its 5PM update yesterday, PAGASA also said Seniang may make landfall this morning in the vicinity of Tandag, Surigao del Sur.

PAGASA said that as of 4PM yesterday, Seniang was estimated at 150 km east of Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur, with maximum winds of 55 kph near the center.

It is forecast to move west-northwest at 13 kph and is expected to be 110 km north-northeast of Lumbia by this (Monday) afternoon.

By Tuesday (tomorrow) afternoon it is expected to be 100 km west of Dipolog City.

By Wednesday afternoon it is expected to be 190 km southeast of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.

NONECO Re-energizes Sipaway Island Off San Carlos

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Sipaway Island, that beautiful white sand resort-island off San Carlos City in Northern Negros Occidental, is once again re-energized.

Atty. Dan Pondevilla, General Manager of the Northern Negros Electric Cooperative (NONECO, formerly Vresco) last night informed the Negros Daily Bulletin (NDB) that it has re-energized Sipaway yesterday.

"Noneco has re-energized Sipaway in San Carlos through with a 438-KVA brand new power generator," Pondevilla said in a text message.

Free Surgery for Babies & Children

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A free surgery for babies and children with anal and penile diseases (deformities) will be held in February, next year.

This will be at the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital (CLMMRH) located at Burgos-Lacson Streets in Bacolod City.

Parents or guardians of babies and children with anal and penile diseases must register them now to be able to avail.

For details, contact 0928-5008902, or dial 441-6085.

They can also visit the CLMMRH Surgery-Out Patient Department (OPD) or any surgery resident at the emergency room.* (Arman P. Toga)

PCSO Peryahan Games Hold First Draw in Bacolod City

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The first draw in Bacolod City of the newest game of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PC SO), the Peryahan Games, was held at 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon.


The winning numbers 5-5-0 during the first-ever draw of PCSO Peryahan Games in Bacolod yesterday afternoon.* (Arman Toga photo)

Talisay City Declares War vs. Illegal Drugs

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Talisay City Mayor Eric Saratan yesterday led other public and private sector representatives in declaring an all-out war against illegal drugs.

Dubbed "18-Day Campaign Against Illegal Drugs" with the battlecry "Giyera Kontra Droga", Saratan, his better half the former Shiela Yap, and delegates from various institutions and organizations braved the noon time heat in a parade that kicked off the campaign.


TALISAY CITY MAYOR DOC ERIC SARATAN (left) vowed to sustain the war against illegal drugs in his city as his "18-Day Campaign Against Illegal Drugs" program kicks off yesterday with the battlecry "Giyeara Kontra Droga", to involve schools and barangays as well as the City Hall. Mayor Saratan is being interviewed here by DYAF anchorman Rommel Pido, DYRL anchorman Nonoy Ferrer, RMN DYHB anchorman Larry Trinidad, and NDB’s Manny Canto (hidden) also of Cable TV Channel and DYAF.* (Arman Toga photo)