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JEERS photo of the week

“TIMBER!” An electric or tele-communications pole which is about ready to fall can be seen in front of the College of Maasin. The city government should call the attention of the companies which own the cables so they fix it ASAP before someone gets hurt.

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EDITORIAL

We were great once

Madmen in media

ZOOM LENS

Strange Practice

Too many gas stations

Have we forgotten Guinsaugon?

Shoplifters in our midst

Summer blackouts

POLICE REPORT

Senior citizen dies after falling off seawall

Suspected shoplifter falls

LIFESTYLE

Ganda's Aroma great coffee

The view from Racz Cafe

Panny's Secret Recipe

FEEDBACK

Let's junk Bangsamoro bill

Scary wires

Pope’s Real Mission Here

FEATURED VIDEO
Ziplining over the Agas-Agas bridge
by: Wowie Reyes

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Cruise Ship visits Sogod & Limasawa

Here’s great news for tourism enthusiasts in Southern Leyte. The world renowned cruise ship Caledonian Sky visited Limasawa and Sogod Bay as part of its tour of Malaysia and the Philippines...read more

Guinsaugon 9 years after the tragedy

It has been 9 years since that horrific day on February 17, 2006, but the 57 survivors still remember the tragedy that changed their lives forever. For that day an entire section of Mount Cani-bag buried over 1700 people in Barangay Guinsaugon, Saint Bernard, Southern Leyte in 30 meters of mud and rocks which would serve as their final resting place...read more

Maasin City honors Jason"El Nino” Pagara

The city government of Maasin welcomed World Boxing Organization junior welterweight champion Jason "El Niño" Pagara. The capital city of Southern Leyte where he first learned the basics of boxing gave him a plaque of appreciation and cash incentive for defeating Mexican Cesar "El Dolar" Chavez during the Pinoy Pride 29 in Davao City...read more

Highest RP bridge may collapse

SOGOD, SOUTHERN LEYTE— Agas-Agas the country’s highest bridge is eroding and could collapse if not repaired soon. Heavy rains in the Region during the past 12 months have eroded the covers of the two giant columns of the 350-meter-long structure which was built in 2009 during the Arroyo administration with a P1.24-billion funding from the Japanese government...read more

Jason Pagara shows Fists of Fury

Jason Pagara proved he has the dreadful "Fists of Fury" when he battered the Mexican boxer called "El Dolar." Cesar Chavez who has now lost 8 bouts by knockouts displayed a style which definitely was no match against the Filipino WBO international junior welterweight titlist...read more

Highlights of Provincial board meetings

Summary of the Provincial Board Meeting held last February 2, 2015

   

MILESTONES

by Antonio M. Reyes

Promoted

Mrs. Flor Tobio was recently appointed Vice President for Administration and Finance of the College of Maasin. Before her appointment she was the college’s Administrative and Finance Officer. Reverend Zuriel Tiempo has been appointed the College of Maasin’s Vice President for Research Development and Planning. Reverend Tiempo was the college’s Executive Director for Community Extension Services before his promotion.

To celebrate golden anniversary

The Fundamental Baptist Church in Maasin will celebrate its 50th Founding Anniversary this February 19 to 22 with simple ceremonies at its Seminary in Barangay Ichon, Macrohon, and at its church in Mambajao, Maasin City.

 

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