Issue of July 15, 2018
Mt. Province

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1.    A group of critically-ill patients did not receive the financial assistance from organizers of a much publicized recent run event that did not earn revenue as projected.

2.    The anti-smoke belching task force is not being selective in flagging down vehicles when it tests old model and public utility vehicles but not top-of-the-line SUVs.

3.    Appointments for passport applications have become a money-making scheme for several groups that post on social media that they could assist individuals, but for a fee.

4.    The Benguet police command must order the Buguias police to investigate reports that the Korean missionary couple forced schoolchildren to eat food items before the food poisoning.

5.    Some quarters that believed reports of an alleged subversion plot against the Duterte government should set aside their worries, as the alleged brains don’t have plans anyway.

6.    The Internet service of this leading landline-based telecommunication company got worse even before deciding to wind up the contracts of casual personnel in the locality.

7.    Dozens of incumbent political leaders are hoping that the rumored “No-El” scenario in 2019 to pave the way for federalism will turn out to be true to save on funds.

8.nbsp;   The establishment of a huge amusement ride facility in a location where some earthballed trees were replanted does not suggest that the method is an epic fail.

9.    Thousands of Beneco member-consumers will have access to Internet once the cooperative expands into providing Internet service due to its unparalleled quality service.

10. Not a few senior police officers, including those recently promoted, are now visible in the city for recreation, not to make their presence felt as possible candidates for BCPO chief.

11. Several police stations prefer to use the old but reliable mobile patrol cars instead of the India-made vehicles that could hardly overtake top-of-the line vehicles of criminals.

12. This local official would not be happy to hear a report soon that his self-proclaimed kin, who is an officer, has given his blessings for gambling dens to operate in an urban area.

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