Archive for July, 2009
URDANETA CITY– Eleven public elementary schools in this city can now use mobile phones to teach Math, Science and English.
This is through the Text2Teach project which uses 3G-enabled mobile phones like Nokia N95 with a an application called Nokia Education Delivery (NED)
Through the system, the teachers can access almost 400 video clips of lessons in the three major subjects from the mobile phones. They can connect the phones to television sets which the childen can view and later discuss.
LINGAYEN – The special operations group (SOG) of the provincial government raided on July 20 a suspected drug den in sitio Aliguas in Dagupan where they apprehended an alleged drug pusher and five users.
Supt. Wilson Lopez, SOG chief, identified the illegal drug personality as Mary Ann Cruz, 32, known as “Micmic” in the area. She is reportedly active in selling shabu to students and drivers using her residence to trade illegal drugs.
The police also apprehended Ona Paragas, 25; Mix Mejia, 16; Lolita Orata, 31, Ronnie “Bolik” Cruz,40, and Norman Tinte, 34, who were in the act of sniffing shabu when the police barged into Cruz’ shanty.
LINGAYEN– The provincial police filed last week a case of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide against a police assigned in Agno town who accidentally shot a fellow police July 20.
Police report showed that the M16 rifle held by PO1 Zaldy Gonzales Cortez accidentally went off, shooting and killing PO3 Joseph Abongan, 34.
Inspector Wildredo Cabanayan, Agno town of police, said he headed a team including Cortez and Abongan (who was driving), which was aboard a patrol on its way to Bangan Oda village to check reports about rampant firing of guns in the area.
Lingayen — The establishment of the first public dialysis center in Pangasinan is not just a realization of every indigent Pangasinense who has renal ailment and in need of affordable treatment but a fruit of love among people who care.
This was attested by Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr. as he earlier expressed commendations to the people behind the realization of the newly-opened Mayor Julian Resuello Dialysis Center located at the Pangasinan Provincial Hospital in San Carlos City .
The conception stage of the ‘dream project’ started last year with an e-mail item sent by Neill Mosqueda of Bridge of Life DaVita Medical Mission to Peter Cayaban, a former nurse in the same organization who retired and went home to Alcala town, his birth place.
Opposition Sen. Chiz Escudero welcomed an order issued by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) directing cellular phone companies to lower the pulse metering rate from 60 seconds to 6 seconds, but said this can be further slashed down to 3 seconds.
Escudero said the NTC order, barring any opposition from the telecommunication companies, will greatly aid millions of Filipino cellphone users in this time of economic crisis.
“At this point, every centavo counts. Savings from telephone calls will go a long way in coping with the current financial crisis that has affected the country,” he said.
“Maraming krimen ang nagaganap sa lalawigan. . . Ang tunay na shepherd ay hindi makasarili. . . Magkakaroon lamang tayo ng tunay na kapayapaan kung makakamit natin ang katarungan.”
Ito ay nakasaad sa pastoral letter ni Archbishop Oscar Cruz na binasa ng pari sa misa noong araw ng Linggo.
Dahil sa takot, hindi nabigyan si Zharlene ng pagkakataong malampasan ang kamatayan. Takot ang mga taong lumabas at tumulong sa kaniya.
Dahil sa takot, ayaw lumantad ng mga testigo upang mabigyan ng hustisya ang brutal na pagpatay sa kanya.