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Let’s always be friendly

By: Fr. Roy Cimagala We should try our best to be friendly always with everyone. Irrespective of how they are — and this can include those who in our human standards we consider to be unlikable, or who have done us wrong, or who are even hostile to us — we should just try our […] The post Let’s always be friendly appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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CARTOON FOR June 15 – 16, 2019

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Tapaz hospital substandard?

By: Jomarie A. Billones  ROXAS CITY, Capiz – The construction of the 3-year-old Tapaz District Hospital (TDH) is under a cloud due to allegations that substandard materials were used in the project. Alleged defects in the TDH were discovered recently after outgoing Governor Antonio del Rosario inspected the hospital building few months after it became […] The post Tapaz hospital substandard? appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Kaya FC–Iloilo looks to stay perfect in 2019 PFL

KAYA FC–Iloilo return to action in the Philippines Football League on Saturday, as they take on Global Cebu at the Rizal Memorial Stadium at 4pm. Victorious in their first two outings of the 2019 season, Noel Marcaida’s side are eager to build on their strong start to the campaign. “As a team, we will stick […] The post Kaya FC–Iloilo looks to stay perfect in 2019 PFL appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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A short-lived election victory

By: Alex P. Vidal “In school, you’re taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you’re given a test that teaches you a lesson.” – Tom Bodett WHEN comebacking Janiuay, Iloilo mayor Frankie Locsin decided to run again in the recent May elections, he probably had no idea his appeal in his February […] The post A short-lived election victory appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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302nd IB headquarters returns to Negros Oriental

By: Dolly Yasa Bacolod City – Brig. Gen. Ignacio Madriaga, commander of the Army’s 302nd Infantry Brigade, said on June 14, 2019, that their headquarters has returned to Tanjay, Negros Oriental from Bohol after almost four years. Madriaga said equipment and troops started arriving in Dumaguete Friday morning. The relocation is in compliance with Executive […] The post 302nd IB headquarters returns to Negros Oriental appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Rouge nation

By: Artchil B. Fernandez AS THE country celebrated its 121st independence on June 12, 2019, a grotesque incident reminds Filipinos of the current state of Philippine independence. A Chinese vessel rammed a Filipino fishing boat at Recto Bank in the West Philippine Sea. After sinking the Filipino boat, the Chinese abandoned the twenty-two fishermen to […] The post Rouge nation appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Indian national drowns in river

By: Glazyl Y. Masculino BACOLOD City – An Indian national drowned in Malugo River at Barangay Alicante, E.B. Magalona, Negros Occidental on June 12, 2019. Police identified the fatality as Ranjodh Singh, 24, of Barangay 7, Victorias City. Captain Jaynick Bermudez, E. B. Magalona town police chief, said Singh failed to go home on Tuesday, […] The post Indian national drowns in river appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Denied Holy Communion

By: Modesto P. Sa-onoy Under present situation, I don’t believe that the Catholic Church in the Philippines will exercise one of its powers to instill obedience to its doctrines that are being violated by politicians and community leaders with impunity. Here is a report that should answer one question many asked me about what the […] The post Denied Holy Communion appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Mayor mulls vendor ban at Esplanade

By: Dolly Yasa BACOLOD City – Mayor Evelio Leonardia asked the Sangguniang Panlungsod to pass an ordinance prohibiting vendors from the Esplanade. The Bacolod City Esplanade is set for inauguration on June 17, the eve of the Bacolod City Charter Day celebration on June 18. “It must be free from vendors to maintain its peace […] The post Mayor mulls vendor ban at Esplanade appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Man shot dead near school

By: Glazyl Y. Masculino BACOLOD City – A man was shot to death by unidentified motorcycle-riding assailants at the back of La Consolacion College (LCC) along Galo Street in Barangay 12 here Wednesday night. Police Major Jovil Sedel, head of Police Station 1, identified the fatality as Norman Enoperio, 40, of the said village. Sedel […] The post Man shot dead near school appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Tree crushes man to death

By: Jennifer P. Rendon  A 40-year-old man died after he was pinned by a tree morning of June 12, 2019. The incident happened a few meters away from the house of the victim, Edgar Lamera, at Barangay Cubay, San Enrique, Iloilo. Police Captain Rowena Hubero, San Enrique police chief, said Lamera was helping his brother-in-law […] The post Tree crushes man to death appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Gospel-reading

By: Fr. Roy Cimagala WE SHOULD try our best to develop the habit of reading and meditating on the gospel regularly, if not daily. It is the living word of God, the record of Christ’s life and teachings meant to effect in us our transformation into “another Christ”, Christ who is the pattern of our […] The post Gospel-reading appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Ilonggos don’t love the underdogs?

By: Alex P. Vidal “I like being the underdog so they don’t expect what’s going to happen. It pushes me to work harder and do the things I’m not doing better.” – Kawhi Leonard THERE are probably more Ilonggos living in Oakland, California than in Toronto, Ontario, thus the Golden State Warriors apparently have more […] The post Ilonggos don’t love the underdogs? appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Suspects who ransacked cop’s room arrested

By: Jomarie A. Billones  ROXAS CITY, Capiz – The suspected burglars who ransacked the rented room of the police chief of Pontevedra, Capiz were arrested on June 12, 2019. Dominic Degala, 19, was first to be arrested and later pointed his two other companions – Mark Jomel Ballera, 21, and Carlo Fuentes, 22, all residents […] The post Suspects who ransacked cop’s room arrested appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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A Philippine Citizens Army-2

By: Modesto P. Sa-onoy LAST WEEK, I cited the plan of General Douglas MacArthur to train a reserve force of 100,000 men in ten military districts to be ready in 1946 when the Philippines had become independent from the United States and US forces left the country. We will then have a spread of 10,000 […] The post A Philippine Citizens Army-2 appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Pastor electrocuted in Panay town

By: Jomarie A. Billones ROXAS CITY, Capiz – A preacher died after he was accidentally electrocuted while fixing the antenna of his television set Tuesday afternoon at Barangay Poblacion Ilaya, Panay, Capiz. Police identified the victim as Patrick Ismael Bassig, 27, a pastor of Glorious Bible Baptist Mission, and native of Bicutan, Taguig City but temporarily […] The post Pastor electrocuted in Panay town appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Trouble-shooter killed in bike crash

By: Jennifer P. Rendon  In Guimbal, Iloilo, an employee of Iloilo Electric Cooperative 1 (ILECO-1) was killed after his motorcycle rammed into a gutter Thursday morning. Police identified the victim as Julius Hachero, 32, of Gemino, Guimbal. Hachero, a troubleshooter of ILECO-1, was on his way home from work when the accident happened. He had […] The post Trouble-shooter killed in bike crash appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Celebrate Father’s day At the Courtyard by Marriott

BEFORE you do or get anything for him this father’s day, ask yourself a million times over – what do they really want? Because the usual “simple and practical” approach may just no longer do the trick, you might consider digging in real deep for ideas a little out of the box. Here are top […] The post Celebrate Father’s day At the Courtyard by Marriott appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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Med Life Crisis

By: Nizza Ann Regalado For many a student entering medical school, it quickly becomes apparent that this is an undertaking that would require you to invest more of yourself than you had ever invested in a single endeavor. We’ve all heard the horror stories – toxic competition, seemingly endless readings, and sleepless nights born of […] The post Med Life Crisis appeared first on Daily Guardian......»»

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