Issue of October 1, 2017
     
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Panagbenga Flower Festival
 
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Bayanihan reigns in La Trinidad
BALILI BARANGAY COUNCIL, La Trinidad, Benguet

The Barangay Council of Balili, La Trinidad, Benguet headed by Punong Barangay Ramon Tomin, commend the residents of sitios Baring Tawang and Central Balili for their voluntary cash contribution and for rendering free labor for the concreting of a portion of a road at Central Balili.

Though the initiative of Jerry Deligen and Mariano Pacuz who called for a meeting with the concerned residents, we thank you very much.

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MORE ON WEEK'S MAIL
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:: An open letter to TIEZA, DOT on Burnham Park parking plan
I write to you both in the light of recent events surrounding the City of Baguio and its proposal to develop sections of Burnham Park into a car park.
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:: Safety of runners and mismanagement in school’s sports program
I’m a college athletic scholar of a university here in Baguio and a former student of the largest public school in the region.
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:: Peace: "Whole of nation initiative"
The more successful towns in the Cordillera were built by men of a future, living in peace and enjoying the wealth bestowed by nature.
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:: Paint with Courier’s Jogin Tamayo
Armed with brushes and canvas, 19 art enthusiasts entered 18 BC Music Lounge along Legarda Road in Baguio for an art workshop with the Baguio Midland Courier cartoonist Jogin Tamayo.
 

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