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Sagay City

4YO Girl Run Over

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A 4-year old girl was declared dead in Sagay City after she was reportedly ran over by a tractor, Friday morning.

Traffic police reported that a farm tractor owned by Mardal Corporation driven by Uldarico Bayta, 54, of Purok Maalwan, Brgy. Makiling, Sagay City accidentally ran over Angel Mae Bordan, of Sitio Palanas, Brgy. Rizal.

The incident happened inside the compound of Mardal Corporation at Sitio Palanas in Brgy. Rizal.

She was rushed to a hospital facility in the city but was declared dead by attending physician.

NGCP Trains NONECO Linemen on Safety Practices

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The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines trains around 79 linemen of the Northern Negros Electric Cooperative or NONECO, formerly known as VRESCO, on the global safety requirements and practices needed in line maintenance.


The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) trains linemen of the Northern Negros Electric Cooperative (NONECO), formerly known as VRESCO, on the global safety requirements and practices needed in line maintenance.*(EAD-PIA6 photo)

Sagay City Held 6th Adlaw sa Suba

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"Adlaw sa Suba" or Day of the River is an environment-driven yearly activity of the City Government of Sagay aim to raise appreciation and love for the Himoga-an River celebrated its sixth year last Tuesday with about 4,000 volunteers and residents and planted nearly 6,000 tree seedlings.


SAGAY’S "Diwata sa Suba" candidates representing five teams of The Himoga-an Race Relay Challenge.*

Dog Bites 9, 1 Dies

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Dogs ‘killed’ again in Brgy. Puey, Sagay City.

Nine-year-old Justin Gamosa was buried last Wednesday.

He was bitten by a dog two months ago but his parents failed to bring him to a clinic to take anti-rabies vaccine.

Nine others were also bitten by the same dog that was eventually killed by its owner.

Justin’s brother, Leo, Jr. was also bitten by the dog and got anti-rabies vaccine shots after Justin died.

Others bitten by the same dog were Leticia Asotes, 35, married and her children, Rodel, 17; Ronald, Jr., 9; Kaye, 7; Lance, 5; and Lyndon, 15.

Marañon Leads Release of P26.9-M Funds for Yolanda Survivors in Northern Negros

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Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon, Jr. leads government officials today, Monday, in the distribution of additional cash assistance for shelter rehabilitation from Concern Worldwide for victims of super typhoon Yolanda in northern Negros.

Concern Worldwide, an Irish humanitarian organization that committed to help over 11,000 Negrense families, whose houses were destroyed by the strongest typhoon ever to hit the country in November last year, is extending a total of P26,906,421 through a funding agreement it entered into with the Provincial Government.

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