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Dumaguete City, Philippines Saturday, July 18, 2015
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No whitewash in probe
on alleged slay attempt
BY JUDY F. PARTLOW & JUANCHO GALLARDE

Senior Supt. Dionardo Carlos, officer in charge of the Negros Oriental Police Provincial Office, assured yesterday there will be no whitewash in the investigation by the NOPPO of the alleged attempted killing of a suspected drug pusher, by purported police personnel.

He stressed the NOPPO will let the Commission on Human Rights and its special investigator, Jess Cañete, “do the talking first”, even as Carlos added he already started a parallel and independent investigation on the attempt on the life of Romeo Amoma Jr.

Amoma, 32, of Barangay Taclobo, Dumaguete City, had sought the assistance of the CHR in seeking justice for what he believes was a plot to kill him, allegedly by members of the PNP's Provincial Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Group on Dec. 14, 2014.

IN REGION 7
Dumaguete 3rd in tourist influx
BY RENE GENOVE

The Dumaguete City Tourism Office ranked third in tourist arrivals city category for 2014 in Central Visayas, the Department of Tourism Region VII statistics report showed.

The ranking was announced by DOT regional director, Rowena Lu Montecillo, as part of her report on the “2014 Central Visayas Tourism Performance” during the 2 nd Central Visayas Regional Assembly of Tourism Officers at the Cebu International Parklane Hotel in Cebu City, recently, a government press release said.

Cebu City and Lapu-Lapu City, also in Cebu, ranked first and second, respectively, with Tagbilaran City in Bohol in fourth place, followed by Mandaue City, Bogo City and Danao City, all in Cebu; and Bayawan City, Canlaon City and Bais City, Negros Oriental.

9 SU graduates pass
agriculturist exams

Nine graduates of the Silliman University College of Agriculture passed the 13 th Licensure Examinations for Professional Agriculturists recently, the Professional Regulation Commission said.

They are Martony Barsaga, Jimbo Israel Casalta, Rehel Diaz, Maria Fe Rosario Villegas, Jose Proceso Enopia, Mildred Ibero, Ted Gerian, Joel Mascardo, and Rey Siglos. The overall passing rate of Silliman is 50 percent, higher than the national passing rate of 31.05 percent, the PRC added.

Meanwhile, the SU Program of Leadership Excellence in Nursing started its second interdisciplinary research boot camp yesterday until Monday at the Silliman campus in Dumaguete City, a press release from the school said.

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