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Talisay, EB Magalona Lead in Albee Cup

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Talisay City and EB Magalona lead the teams in basketball and volleyball in two playing days in Murcia and Talisay as hosts Wednesday and Thursday.

Talisay City posted victories in basketball in 39-below and 40-above categories against separate opponents.

The defeated Silay City both categories Wednesday in Murcia. They scored against Silay City, 58-44 in 39-below and 91-67 in the 40-above.

Yesterday at their homecourt, they beat Murcia, 62-58 in 39-below and scored 102-89 in the 40-above.

Murcia also defeated EB Magalona at their turf Wednesday.

Police to Implement ‘Oplan Katok’ for Gun Holders

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Police authorities of Negros Occidental and Bacolod City will implement "Oplan Katok" for gun holders reminding them to renew their licenses.

This came after a License To Own and Posses Firearms (LTOPF) caravan will be held on December 8 to 14 to be led by Supt Ledon Monte and personnel from PRO-6 Firearms Explosives Secu-rity Agencies and Guard Supervision Section (FESAGS).

Sangguniang Panlala-wigan has urged Police Regional Office-6 to hold a caravan for renewal of gun licenses in the province.

Septuagenarian Body in a Sack

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SAGAY CITY - Drops of blood led the family of the slain 73-year-old farmer to his body placed inside a sack at the boundary of Puroks Paghidaet and Halandumon in Brgy. Bato, a hinterland barangay of this City Sunday morning.


Media Lifetime Achievement Awardees pose with officers and members of the sponsoring Rotary Club of Bacolod East (RCBE) headed by Lady President Sonya Verdeflor. The awardees and length of service as media practitioners are (L-R): W. Henry O. Streegan 52 yrs., Atty. Rinaldo Remitio 59 yrs., Jun Julita 44 yrs., NDB’s Ruperto G. Toga 54 yrs., Henry G. Doble 32 yrs., NDB’s Rolando L. Espina 59 yrs., Edgar Cadagat 44 yrs., Ms. Ninfa R. Leonardia 45 yrs., Modesto P. Sa-onoy 46 yrs., Jose ‘Joe" Gabuat 54 yrs., Edmund "King" Aspero 44 yrs., Vic Mercado 56 yrs., and Eddie dela Fuente, 54 yrs. Another awardee, Ely delos Santos 48 yrs., was unable to attend.*


Another fire razed the house of Ms. Liberty Inventor located at the back of Mansilingan Catholic Church, Purok Kasilingan I, Brgy. Mansilingan, Bacolod City. The fire broked out at about 10:30 a.m. yesterday. The Bacolod City Bureau of Fire Protection has yet to determine the actual damage and cause of fire as of press time. Photo below shows remnants of the fire.*(Covered live by DYAF Radyo Veritas Global Bacolod News Team/Chito Berjit & Leroy Belano)

The mutilated body of Fernando Tizon of Brgy. Bato inside a sack was thrown to Himogaan River but was fortunately entangled between stones.

Edmund, one of the children of Fernando said that his father informed them he was going to his farm to feed his ducks Friday afternoon.

The victim failed to come home in the evening. They thought he was just in the farm. But the next day, Saturday he failed to come home again.

This prompted the victim’s wife and other siblings to go to the farm, but they too failed to see him.

Edmund suspected that their neighbor in the farm was behind the killing.

He refused to identify the suspect.

The whole family of the suspect were no longer in their house built beside the farm of the victim.

They also recovered a bolo with bloodstains in the said house.

Edmund believes it was the weapon used in the killing of his father. They turned it over to Sagay City PNP.

Akyat Bahay Strikes Anew

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Members of "Akyat Bahay Gang’" struck anew, victimizing a house in Brgy. Pahanocoy in Bacolod City and carted away about P250, 000 worth of jewelries and appliances at dawn yesterday.

Eliezar Chavez, 55 of Block 4, Lot 2 of Florenceville Subdivision, Brgy. Pahanocoy reported to Police Station 8 that his house was victimized by Akyat Bahay who carted away assorted jewelries worth P100, 000; laptop worth P42, 000; ipod worth P22, 000 and three cell phones worth P8, 000.

Police Faces Blank Wall in Brgy. Alim Chief Shooting

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 Isabela police authorities are facing a blankwall in shooting of Village chief Noel Magquilat of Brgy. Alim in Isabela Saturday evening and the shooting of Phil-Am at dawn Sunday in the same place.

Senior Inspector Ramil Sarona is still waiting for Magquilat to be released from the hospital in Bacolod City to get his testimony.

Magquilat was patrolling with eleven Barangay Tanod about 6:30 Saturday night when three gunshots were heard hitting Magquilat in the process.

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