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Bacolod City

Slain Banker’s Kin Wants NBI Help

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By Eugene Y. Adiong

The family of the slain former bank manager has sought the help of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) in getting to the bottom as far as the murder of the victim is concerned.

Joseph Rigodon, agent-in-charge of NBI-Bacolod confirmed yesterday that the nephew of Francisco Loarca, 61 years old and a former manager of MayBank went to their office Monday asking them to conduct an investigation into the killing.

STI-WNU Gets Win vs LHCA in Seaoil-NBTC Elite League

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After being beaten by tormentor St. John’s Institute (SJI) in opening day, STI-West Negros University (WNU) got back at Living Heritage Christian Academy (LHCA), 105-72, on Sunday in the 7th Seaoil-National Basketball Training Center (NBTC) Elite League at WNU gym.

The Junior Mustangs bounced back to a 1-1 slate after the Blue Falcons hacked out an 81-72 on Saturday. LHCA’s loss was its second in as many outings and the Patriots from Barangay Taculing has some catching up in order to qualify in the next round.

Transport Groups Won’t Hike Fares

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Two transport groups in Bacolod and Negros Occidental have expressed not to decrease the fares of passengers even as the Manila transport group has implemented the reduced fares by P1.00.

According to Elizabeth Katalbas, chair of the Federation of Bacolod Drivers Association (FEBACDA), at the height of fuel increase, our transport rates here is lower than in Metro Manila. So there is no need to reduce the transportation fare.

One thing more, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB), did approve our petition for P.50 centavo fare increase.

PASUC Reg’l Sports Olympics Starts Off Today

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Negros Occidental continue to show that it’s the emerging sporting capital of the Philippines as it again plays host to the staging of this year’s Western Visayas Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges (PASUC) Regional Sports Olympics on December 17 to 22 in Victorias City.

Hundreds of student-athletes from different state universities and colleges across the region are expected to converge in this week-long sporting event to be participated by various state colleges and universities.

SBS, Warriors Win in ‘D’ League

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St. Benilde School (SBS) hang tough to upend Jack and Jill School Homesite in 12-Under category while the Warriors have an easy victory, 71-47, over STI-West Negros University (WNU) in the 10U division of the Sharp-Basketball Coaches Association of Negros (BCAN), LNA 7, and SBP developmental league at WNU gym on Sunday.

The victors joined USLS-IS and SBS with 1 win apiece in both categories.

Coach Lyndon Locsin’s Ants nipped Talisay Knights, 43-42, (10U) and the Junior Stingers stung the Talisaynons, 55-25, in the 12U group.

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