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The Street Dancer
07 February

She donned a slightly pink-eyed look and her shoulders were slouched, a series of yawns followed. Her bed was out of her grasp but a seat dulled by the grime of years of service. She was cocooned at the jeepney’s rear with her heavy backpack on her lap, she felt the movements of the wheels […]

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TINGLAYAN, KALINGA – All tourism activities in the municipality of Tinglayan, Kalinga have been temporarily suspended due to the 2019 Novel Corona Virus scare. Mayor Sacramento Gumilab has issued Executive Order No. 4, S. 2020, declaring the temporary suspension of tourism activities in the municipality and ordering the creation of a Municipal Novel Corona Virus […]

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Due to public safety and health concerns, the upcoming Philippine Military Academy (PMA) alumni reunion in Baguio City has been moved to a later date due to the new coronavirus scare.  This year’s alumni homecoming was originally set for Feb 14 and 15 as announced in the Panagbenga 2020 schedule of activities. In a statement […]

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Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong is ordering barangay units to activate, mobilize, and deploy their barangay health emergency response teams (BHERTs) and to implement the directives provided by the 2019-nCoV Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF). Through Executive Order No. 33, S. 2020, the mayor urges barangay units to implement preventive measures and educate residents in their […]

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ATOK, BENGUET – Due to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus threat, Mayor Raymundo S. Sarac has issued Executive Order 03-2020, otherwise known as “An order strongly convincing the constituents of Atok to take precautionary measures in relation to the outbreak of the Novel Corona Virus (2019-nCoV).” In relation to this, all tourism activities in the municipality […]

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The Department of Education (DepEd) has suspended its national and regional events scheduled this February 2020 as a proactive response to the novel coronavirus acute respiratory disease (nCoV ARD). The upcoming activities included in the suspension are the following: National Science and Technology Fair (NSTF) DATE: February 10 to 14, 2020 VENUE: (to be announced) […]

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The city government of Baguio, together with the Department of Health – Cordillera Administrative Region, has decided to cancel upcoming activities in the city through a press briefing held at the Baguio City Hall this afternoon. As of the press briefing on Panagbenga Opening Parade and health advisory on 2019 Novel Coronavirus, Mayor Benjamin Magalong […]

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Rhicel Gonzales Sapasap, an alumna of the Saint Louis University (SLU), has dominated the recently concluded Architect Licensure Examination (ALE) held on January 24 and 26, 2020 with a rating 84.00%. The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced the official results yesterday, January 29, 2020, revealing the top 10 examinees which included Sapasap. On the other […]

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The Cherry Blossom trees in Sakura Park in Paoay, Atok were planted in 2016 and given by the Japanese government of Kochi Prefecture in celebration of its 40 years of friendship with Benguet province. And to set clear expectations, Philip John Haight, the custodian of the park, has mentioned in an interview that news circulating […]

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Globe is urging its users to visit the nearest Globe store and replace their old and obsolete SIMS with LTE SIM cards in order to have a better data service experience. Since December last year, Globe has been notifying its mobile users who are still using their old and obsolete sim cards about the free […]

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