The dynasty of the Garcia family has again taken control of the political landscape of Moises Padilla town in central Negros after a six-year hiatus due to the election of former Mayor Francisco Nazareno who held on the town’s leadership for two terms from 2007-2013.
First to return to the political arena was newly-elected mayor Ella Garcia-Yulo the eldest daughter of the late mayor Jose Garcia. Ella defeated Nazareno who was gunning then for a third term in the last May 13, 2013 elections.
Police authorities in La Carlota City arrested a suspected bus thief over the weekend and recovered the remaining part of the stolen cash from the vehicle’s passenger.
PSInsp. Gary Alan V. Resuma, La Carlota City Police officer-in-charge apprehended Angelo Lingco, 31, of Dela Rama St., Brgy. 2, for allegedly stealing the P44, 000 cash of Rodolfo Nonar, 42, of Brgy. Quintin Remo, Moises Padilla.
Initial investigation said, Nonar was on board a Ceres bus to Canlaon City and was in the area of Brgy. Haguimit in La Carlota City when he discovered that his money from the sale of his sugarcane and placed inside the lower pocket of his short pants was gone.
He then reported the incident to the police station and identified the suspect through the rogues’ gallery of the police. Pursuit operation by Resuma led to the apprehension of the suspect inside his live-in partner’s house at Zone 5, Brgy. Bagumbayan, Valladolid.
At long last after four games, defending champion joinsthe win column over Bata Elementary School 1, 4-1 in the ongoing Negros First Under 13 Football Tournament at the Panaad Park and Sports Stadium football field in Brgy. Mansilingan Saturday.
Moises Padilla’s Simon Peter Rodriquez made two goals for his team as teammates Jan Rafaello Mendoza and Glen Patrick Espellogo had one each. Bata Van Spencer Nuñez was the lone player to make it at 28th minute.
While trying to end their two drawn games, defending champion Moises Padilla Elementary School instead lost to Apolinario Mabini Elementary School, 5-3, even as University of St. La Salle posted its third straight wins in last Saturday’s match in the ongoing Negros First Under 13 Football Tournament at the Panaad Park and Sports Stadium football field in Brgy. Mansilingan, Bacolod City.
Except for USLS, the matchups became even now as some of the teams changes their win-loss cards standings.
Defending champion Moises Padilla Elementary School is facing Apolinario Mabini Elementary School today in Field 2 hoping to join the win column after two successive draws in the ongoing Negros First Under 13 Football Tournament at the Panaad Park and sports Stadium football field in Brgy. Mansilingan.
Also playing at Field 2 are Montevista Elementary School against University of St. La Salle and Trinity Christian School against West Negros University.
Playing for Field 1 were Andres Bonifacio Elementary School (ABES) versus University of St. La Salle; St. Scholastica’s Academy against Bata Elementary School; and St. John’s Institute against Don Bosco Technical Institute.
A lending collector along with his supervisor was robbed by three unidentified suspects about 4 p.m. Thursday while on their way back to their Bago City office from Canla-on City, Negros Oriental.
PSInsp. Robert Mansueto, Moises Padilla police chief identified the victims as Albert Bisañes, 22, of Sagay City and Devey Rose Besijos, 20, a resident of Cadiz City and employed at Precious XYZA Lending Corporation as collector and CI supervisor, respectively.
Defending champion Moises Padilla Elementary School is seeking a victory today against St. Scholastica’s Academy (SSA) as five other matches will be played in the resumption of Negros First U13 Football League 2nd Conference at Panaad Park and Sports Stadium in Brgy. Mansilingan, Bacolod City.
Moises Padilla and SSA are playing at Field 2; followed by Apolinario Mabini Elementary School against University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos and University of St. La Salle against Andres Bonifacio Elementary School.
In field 1, Bata Elementary School will be playing against Trinity Christian School; followed by West Negros University and St. John’s Institute; then between Don Bosco Technical Institute and Montevista Elementary School.
Defending champion Moises Padilla drew with Trinity Christian School 0-all, while four other teams win their initial games at the opening of the Negros First U13 Football League 2nd Conference last July 6, 2013, Saturday at Panaad Park and Sports Stadium in Brgy. Mansilingan, Bacolod City.
The five teams winning their first games are ABES against Don Bosco Technical Institute, 5-3; University of St. La Salle against University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, 5-0; St. John’s Institute versus Bata Elementary School 11, 6-3; Mabini Elementary School against St. Scholastica’s Academy, 4-2; and West Negros University over Montevista Elementary School, 5-4.
MOISES PADILLA (Magallon) — The more than 40,000 residents of the former Magallon town will no longer shoulder the fuel cost when they avail of the services of the town’s ambulance.
Moises Padilla Mayor Ella Garcia-Yulo also said that her administration, in close coordination with police station commander, Sr. Inspector Robert Mansueto, is warning those into illegal drugs and other criminal elements.
Yulo vowed to be a consultative local chief executive. She called on her political opponents to forget politics and help in the efforts for the town and its people.
MOISES PADILLA Mayor Ella Garcia-Yulo took her oath of office before MCTC Judge Elsie Elumba Monday morning at the town hall, with her husband and other family members and relatives witnessing the ceremony. She officiated a mass wedding (60+ couples) after the oath-taking. (More photos on Page 10).* (Arman Toga photo)