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Change Not Only a Necessity But Imperative, says MGen Guerrero

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Major General Rey Leonardo Guerrero, commander of the 3rd Infantry Division Philippine Army stationed at Camp Peralta, Jamindan, Capiz emphasized that "we need to change for us to grow and develop. Change is not only a necessity but an imperative to implement security reforms."

Thus said MG Guerrero who was presiding general officer at the change of command ceremony yesterday of the 47th Infantry Katapatan Battalion at Brgy. Tiling, Cauayan, Negros Occidental.

One Negros Island Region Survey Result Out By End of October

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Conducted by Silliman University in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, as a non-profit co-educational entity, the survey being conducted regarding the One Negros Island Region in the municipalities of Negros Oriental, will be known by the end of this month of October according to Vice Governor Macias, during a radio interview yesterday.

He said, the survey started September 20, asking the reaction of the populace regarding the proposed integration of two provinces to become one island region, Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental.

Dad Urges Probe on Disconnection of Power at Home for the Blind

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The Home for the Blind at Brgy.Mansilingan, Bacolod City has been an arm of the city government of Bacolod, in providing support to the blind constituents, that the city provides yearly food subsidy amounting to P150,000.00 for food. But recently, it was disconnected of its electricity power connection by Central Negros Electric Cooperative, Inc. due to unpaid bills amounting to EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY EIGHT THOUSAND PESOS ( P858,000.00),

BCC Coeds Bag NDB’s BinalayBay Contest

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Education students from Bacolod City College grabbed the top two awards of the Binalaybay Contest of Negros Daily Bulletin over the weekend held at the Food Court of SM City Bacolod Northwing, with its theme, Pamilya Ko, Barkada Ko.

DepEd Sec Luistro Guest at Negros Occ. Teachers Day Celeb

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Secretary Armin A. Luistro, FSC, of the Department of Education (DepEd), will lead the Negros Occidental mentors in the national Teachers Day celebration tomorrow, Saturday, October 4, at the Victorias Sports and Amusement Center, Victorias City.

Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. poses with Negros Occidental Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Juliet Jeruta and her staff at the Capitol, yesterday. The group invited the Governor to attend the National Teachers’ Day celebration in Victorias City tomorrow October 4.* (Capitol photo)

COURTESY CALL: International Clean Energy (ICE) executives (from left) Eli Gatanela, Jason Meiklejohn, Robert Trute and Conrad Ortiz visit City Mayor Monico Puentevella at the Ceremonial Hall of the People’s House yesterday.*

Dr. Juliet Jeruta, Negros Occidental Schools Division superintendent said during the presscon yesterday, that aside from Sec. Luistro, there are other top ranking government officials who are expected to come, like Sen. Franklin Drilon,

Also, Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon, Jr. will be there to deliver the welcome remarks during the opening program. He is supporting the teachers because they are part in molding the future of our society.

The celebration, according to Dr. Jeruta is commemorating the unfading heroism and roles of teachers in the lives of individuals and in society.

Expected to attend are 7,000 teachers from Regions 6, 7 and 8. One of the focus in their convergence is the benefits for teachers and other financial matters that are now part of the 2015-2016 budget formulation.

She did not mention about salary increase for teachers because she said, if the government will do that, then other government employees will also claim.


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