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Bacolod City

KMH Holds #1 Spot in Trio Bowlfest

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Current number 1 team Kami Mga Hubin (KMH) headed by Edgar de Leon managed to hold on the top spot with 6,740 points as Retro Bowlers and Active Solid Strikers Fellowship Bowlers Inc. (ASSFBI) closes the gap after round 7 in the ongoing 1st Lane Thunder Bowling Circle (LTBC) Trio Bowlfest at the Negros Super Lanes (NSL), Goldenfield Commercial Complex in Bacolod City last Thursday.

PP27 Features Servania, Villanueva in Dubai

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Bacolod City prides and undefeated champions Genesis "Azukal" Servania (24, 10KOs-0) and "King" Arthur Villanueva (25, 14KOs-0) will be featured in the Pinoy Pride 27: "Duel in Dubai" at the Dubai International Convention Center on August 29, 2014.

Trading, Transport to Dispute Fil-Sino Title

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AACI Trading and AACI Transport are playing as of press time for the title in the Fil-Sino All Asian Countertrade, Inc. 1st Conference Inter-Company Basketball tournament at Po Hang gym of Bacolod Tay Tung High School.

AACI Trading and AACI Transport arranged the finals showdown after beating separate opponents in the semifinals Wednesday.

Top seed AACI Transport defeated No. 4 Jast Enterprises, 89-81, while No. 3 AACI Trading ousted JSY Transport, 85-73.

Culture Nurture: E is for Education, Entrepreneurship, Employment, Economy

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by James U. Sy, Jr.

Why go to college? An often asked question in college and university interviews that doesn’t seem to be answered with enough deep thought to the matter. The usual answers that one gets include to gain more knowledge, to graduate from college, and to have a good job, which by themselves are correct…partially correct actually.


GARDENING TIME: The Negros Occidental Garden Club's (NOGC) Damas del Dia group gave members a presentation on Healthy Tips for Gardeners at the club's monthly meeting at the Bacolod Pavillon Resort Hotel recently.
Damas del Dia members are (from left, seated) Charito Mendoza, Baby Gonzaga, Araceli Flores, Virgie Lopue, Peps Remitio, (from left, standing) Sally Germinal, Amai Lopue, Cely Jugo, May Hanlon, Carrie Maalat, Nita Estrella, Betty Jarder, Vicky Lopue, and Yoly Kilayko.*

Trillanes to Ceneco Consumers: Power Rates Decrease Possible

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Senator Antonio F. Trillanes IV, in a speech delivered over the weekend here in Bacolod gave hope to 160,234 member-consumers of Central Negros Electric Cooperative, Inc. (CENECO) declared that power rates can be decrease dependent on the national government’s proper implementation of the 2001 Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA).


Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, left, guest speaker at the jampacked gym of WNU relevant to the 39th annual general membership assembly (AGMA) of CENECO. (CENECO photos)