FLOOD Negros Occidental Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. (left) and Provincial Agriculturist Japhet Masculino tasting the marang as Manuel Escalante looks on.*


Aying: Neg. Occ. bounty offer
may be replicated nationwide
BY GILBERT BAYORAN

Bounties funded by Negrenses for the neutralization of New People's Army rebels and ISIS-linked local terrorists or extremists, may be replicated at the national level, Maj. Gen. Jon Aying, commanding general of the Army's 3rd Infantry Division, said yesterday.

Negrenses recently pooled resources to fund bounties for the neutralization of New People's Army rebels and ISIS-linked local terrorists or extremists, who may attempt to penetrate Negros island, he said.

Concerned Negrenses are giving P100,000 each for every NPA “combatant” neutralized, dead or alive, Aying added.
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PNP intensifies drive
vs. rob suspects
BY SHIELA G. GELERA

The police in Bacolod City yesterday assured that they are intensifying their operations to hunt down the remaining suspects in the series of robbery incidents in the city.

Senior Supt. Jack Wanky, Bacolod police director, told the city council during their regular session yesterday that six members of the robbery group of Arnold Cuadra, alias “Aki”, and another group,that separated from the latter because of infighting, have already been neutralized.

A tracker team has been formed to arrest the robbery group personalities, who have pending warrants of arrest, Wanky said. He, however, said that about eight members of the robbery groups are yet to be neutralized. moremoremore

 

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Vet: No avian influenza
in Sta. Catalina brgy
BY JUANCHO GALLARDE

There is no truth to reports that avian influenza has hit the hinterland barangay of Amio in Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental due to the increased number of cough and flu cases among the residents, and the deaths of fighting cocks in the area.

Provincial veterinarian Jaime Villaluz issued the clarification yesterday in Amio with the barangay council, headed by Barangay Captain Alberto Omangay, with the Integrated Provincial Health Office represented by Dr. Henrissa Calumpang, as well as affected residents.

It was disclosed during the gathering that a backyard fighting cock breeder was in the process of immunizing his fighting cocks with commercial live vaccines. He was told that only healthy chickens should be vaccinated and so he disposed of the unhealthy cocks to his neighbors, prompting the spread of the virus suspected to be that of the Newcastle disease.