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P4-M Set Aside for PS2 Office

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The Philippine National Police in Camp Crame has earmarked P4 million budget for the construction of Bacolod City Police Station 2 building and office.

Police Deputy Director General Felipe Rojas, Jr., deputy chief for administration disclosed this on Thursday.

Rojas was in Bacolod to issue the directive after DILG Secretary Manuel Roxas II named 14 cities and municipalities in Negros Occidental as drug-affected areas.

He said Police Station 2 chief Stephen Boniba should look fora 300-square meter lot to erect the office.

Dinner for a Cause for Salgado Baby’s Liver Ailment Succeed

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It was a night to remember for the family of Reyn Allan Jove Salgado as his “Dinner for a Cause” held last October 29 at People’s House Lobby was a huge success.

Organizers of the Dinner for a Cause held last October 29 count the accumulated donations to help Reyn Allan Jove Salgado for his liver transplant.* (CMO-PIO photo)

NO HALLOWEEN GREETINGS FROM NDB EDITOR Arman Pelayo Toga, photo-graphed here at the lobby of Manila Hotel, by “Casper star” Rey Siason. A lot of business establishments also in Bacolod are decorating with Halloween theme, especial-ly restaurants, resto bars, ho-tels and telecom offices. The “witchy season”, still alive with prevalent beliefs in the scary underworld and superstitious beliefs have also become, like Christmas, a business strategy.*


A total of P16, 429.75 were collected alongside more than sold 300 dinner tickets.

It was a well-attended gathering of city officials and employees and other private individuals who wanted to extend their help to the 6-month old baby who is in dire need of a liver transplant.

SP Approves Bike Lanes Resolution

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The Bacolod City Council has approved a resolution urging the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) to integrate the construction of bicycle lanes on identified Bike Friendly zones within the City of Bacolod.

Councilor Wilson “Jun” Gamboa, Jr.

USLS-CEd Triple Honors in August 2014 LET

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College of Education received triple honors in the August 2014 Licensure Examination for Teachers as released by Professional Regulation Commission on October 27.

Alumni Quennie Klaire Elli ranked 3rd place, Mark Xavier Guanzon ranked 5th place in the Elementary and Secondary levels, respectively.

University of St. La Salle placed 8th in Top Performing Schools for LET Secondary Level garnering 80.23% passing rate; meanwhile, USLS also earned 94.74% overall performance for LET Elementary Level.

Oplan Ligtas Undas: NOPPO Deploys 895 Cops All Over Province  

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Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO) is beefing up its preparation in the observance of All Saints and All Souls Day or Undas on November 1 and 2, through the deployment of 895 police personnel and officers in the province today.


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