Much to its regret, NDB, which is now on its historic 55th anniversary as a vigilant community newspaper in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental, is taking a most-needed respite from its daily publication routine which started on October 2, 1994 or 21 years ago.
Ricardo "Ric" Yanson , passed away last Sunday at 86, a well loved business executive, self-made man whose life was an exemplary model of hardwork and honest labor of love for the transport business, will always be remembered whose inspiring and great passion for sacrifice and love for the transport industry was unsurpassed, a man of dedication and devotion to his chosen field of business as a transportation magnate who rose from the ranks of a mechanic to eventually end up owning a string of the best and most convenient fleet of
It’s our 55th anniversary in September, 2015, considering that Negros Bulletin started hitting the streets as a weekly paper, way back in 1960, at a time when the streets of Bacolod were still a picture of complete serenity, order and discipline, comparatively speaking, to today’s chaotic and almost topsy turvy state, a sign of prosperity, they say, notably in the busiest sections of the downtown area during peak hours. They insist this could be an indication of progress and development of a fast-growing city.
The birthday celebrant, Inday Malou Esmeres in a birthday pose with Papa Pert after a birthday lunch at Viewing Deck No. 18 in Punta Taytay on August 3.*
After the President’s 2.13-hour SONA last Monday, which earned both favorable and unfavorable reactions came the 2-hour simulated 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake drill yesterday.
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