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3 die on-the-spot!


PUROK shelter for three road maintenance crewmen proved to be as fatal in a lightning storm as a bolt zapped killing them on the spot Thursday afternoon in Triple Union Catigbian. Another 3 of their companions escaped the tragedy by remaining in the main portion of the nipa hut where the six sought refuge from the heavy downpour. The fatalities hid in the extension of the purok house where a clump of mahogany trees stands by. Full story

Contrary to earlier manifestation, mayor defies Cease, Desist Order

Contrary to what he declared in a formal manifestation, Panglao Mayor Doloreich Dumaluan has not complied with the cease-and-desist order (CDO) Dumaluan made the formal offer in a manifestation before the Region 7 Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) dated Sept. 5 in connection with the CDO issued against him last June 12 for violating environmental laws including the operation of the Dumaluan Beach resort without an environmental compliance certificate (ECC). Full story

Investigators pursue two motives in Ka Victor slay

AFTER pursuing investigations following the 72-hour deadline given by Governor Erico Aumentado to the police and military and Provincial Peace and Order Council joint investigation team, Ssupt Arturo Evangelista said everything is still circumstantial though they are already focused on two leads. Full story

OPAPP sec, 2 generals lead Peace Month bash in Bohol
THE Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) and two Philippine Army major generals led guests in the celebration yesterday of the 3rd National Peace Consciousness Month hosted by Gov. Erico Aumentado and Col. Arthur Tabaquero of the 302nd Infantry Brigade in Katipunan, Carmen, Bohol. OPAPP Sec.-Full story

AIPO delegates, observers vow to promote Bohol to countrymen

Impressed with what they saw and felt, the members and observers vowed to promote Bohol back home as a tourism destination. Gov. Erico Aumentado welcomed the party at the Bohol Beach Club in the resort town of Panglao after they visited the world-renowned Chocolate Hills in Carmen town that morning, and took a cruise up the Loboc River on floating restaurants where they also had lunch. Full story

Bofamco to inaugurate Villar-funded projects

BARRING any hitches, Senate President Manuel Villar Jr. will inaugurate this Saturday post-harvest facilities (PHF) acquired or constructed by the Bohol Farmers Multi-Purpose Cooperative (Bofamco) worth P5 million from his Countrywide Development Fund (CDF). Gov. Erico Aumentado said the facilities, granted to Bofamco through the Department of Agriculture Region 7 office, are at the Bofamco Compound in Poblacion of Pilar town. Full story
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