Archive for January, 2013
Ligaya Apolinario (center) of the National Food Authority – eastern Pangasinan branch said the prices of rice remain at P25-P26 per kilo because of sufficient supply. Renato Millan (2nd from left) of the National Irrigation Administration said 11 projects are targeted by NIA for this year to assure ample water supply for farmers. They were guests during the KBP Forum held at the PIA office. (photo by rolanaoe/PIA-Pangasinan)
LINGAYEN- Pangasinenses boast of another remarkable achievement as the province bagged the Search for TOFARM 2012 (Ten Outstanding Farmers of the Philippines) last January 24 given by the Junior Chamber Philippines, Inc. and the Universal Harvester Inc.
The provincial government of Pangasinan won over other local government units in the country for its entry, ‘Ilog Ko, Bilayen Tan Aroen Ko Project.’
Dalisay Moya, officer-in-charge of the provincial agriculture office,said the award is a manifestation that agriculture ranks topmost among the priority thrusts of Gov. Amado T. Espino Jr.
It can be recalled that Espino initiated the project to help save Pangasinan rivers and waterways by clearing and cleaning major river tributaries in the province. (more…)
The closer the elections comes, the political weirdos are also imminently surfacing. Weird strategies are becoming a fad to the extent of trying to temper real political exercise that is free , honest and peaceful. There’s plunder against plunder, word wars, media payolas , mudslinging and the like. Our politicians are indeed becoming weirdos only to ensure their supremacy as candidates. (more…)
By Brando Cortez
MALASIQUI-Cagayan 1st District Rep. Jack Enrile expressed happiness over the signing into law by President Aquino of the Batas Kasambahay or Republic Act 1036 which institutes policies for the protection and welfare of domestic workers.
Enrile, the guest of honor and speaker during the 342nd founding anniversary and town fiesta celebration of Malasiqui, congratulated Aquino for the timely signing of the Batas Kasambahay bill which will benefit almost 2 million local domestic workers.
By Mortz C. Ortigoza
ROSALES – Because of the unabated entry of smuggled rice, there is a possibility the Philippines will not import a significant portion of the staple this year, according to the chairman of the Abono Party List.
Rosendo So was reacting to the pronouncement of Agriculture Secretary Dante Delima, national rice program coordinator, that the estimated 18.03 million metric ton (MMT) harvest last year would be more than enough to supply the food requirement of the county this year. (more…)
I broke bread recently with the two newest police bigwigs of the gargantuan province Pangasinan. They were Pangasinan’s Officer-in-Charge Provincial Director Senior Superintendent Marlou Chan and Dagupan City’s Chief of Police Superintendent Cris Abrahano in one of the cozy nipa huts of Mang Peping Restaurant that is nestled along the new De Venecia Highway in the Bangus City.
Senior Superintendent (Colonel) Marlou Chan
I told Sr. Supt. or Colonel Chan that the omnipresent of spot checking policemen and 63 olive-green drab Special Action Force (Reminiscent of Rhodesian (Now Zimbabwe) Special Ops) have been a laudable sight in the province. (more…)