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Doc T: The man whose silence never betrays

Dr. John L. Tinoyan is in his usual reticent mood….

While some say silence lock men’s thoughts and feelings to eternal recluse, there are only a few breeds of ‘em men who speak more with their maws oftentimes shut. 

Pepeng experience highlights need to address high risk areas, wholistic disaster management plan

BAGUIO CITY – The devastation wrought by typhoon “Pepeng” has prompted the city government to refocus on the areas found to be geologically hazardous in the city to avert further loss of lives and properties.

Search continues for missing typhoon victims

The rescue operations may be over but the search for the missing continued last Friday, two weeks after typhoon Pepeng hit, only to return and accomplish what it failed to do the first time around.

Where could Don Don be? And_Mariano Tacloy, Marceline Semilla, Kimberly Semilla and Miller Viernes, all of Purok 1, Irisan Barangay?

Mayor assures swift recovery from typhoon havoc

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Reinaldo Bautista Jr. Friday assured that the city will bounce back speedily from the havoc wrought by typhoon “Pepeng” with swift reconstruction and relief efforts now in place.

Dads to tackle typhoon, waste disposal funds in tomorrow’s special session

BAGUIO CITY – The City Disaster Coordinating Council (CDCC) is expected to present to the city council in its special session tomorrow the estimate of the cost of damages sustained by the city from the onslaught of typhoon “Pepeng.”

Classes, regular traffic scheme resumes as fuel supply normalize

Baguio City – “Back to regular programming.”

Mayor Reinaldo Bautista, Jr., October 14, issued Administrative Order (AO) numbered 155-A, series of 2009, repealing an earlier order implementing an “odd-even traffic scheme” for Public Utility Vehicles (PUV) in Baguio.

This, after main arteries going to the city – Kennon Road, Naguilian Road, and Palispis-Aspiras Highway – opened for vehicular traffic.

Fuel, food supply expected to normalize in city as three major roads open

BAGUIO CITY – Fuel and food supply in the city started to normalize here as two more gateways --Marcos Highway and Naguilian Road -- reopened today to vehicles carrying prime commodities.

Post-calamity actions hastened

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Reinaldo Bautista Jr. Monday directed concerned offices here to speed up actions to facilitate the grant of assistance to victims and the rehabilitation of damaged infrastructures to hasten the city’s recovery from the devastation wrought by typhoon “Pepeng.”

RAB orders interim traffic scheme to save fuel

Baguio City - Brownout. Market prices soaring. Roads to Baguio City cut. Fuel supply getting short. Death.

It’s almost like the 1990 earthquake all over again.

Builders of Baguio awarding

BAGUIO CITY – Awarding for the builders of Baguio; individuals, families and institutions shall push through on different dates and venues around the city.

Centennial activities still on

BAGUIO CITY- Everything this year is stamped “centennial.”

Centennial Scouting month this October, Centennial Senior citizens, Centennial Chinese moon cake festival, Mr. Baguio Centennial, and Centennial Halloween at the end of this month. These are just a few of the centennial activities going on.

SOFAD 2009 on Oct. 12

BAGUIO C ITY - Scout city Mayor Pananalig Bautista of the University of Baguio Science High School (UBSHS) takes over the city government from mayor Reinaldo Bautista, Jr., on Oct. 12; with all other offices under the care of girl and boy scouts from the city’s public and private elementary and secondary schools. 

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