CHAMPS AGAIN. Confetti showers on Ceres Negros FC players as they celebrate their second straight Philippines Football League title at the Panaad Stadium on Saturday night.* (Andy Alvarez photo)
Arrest warrants out
for vice mayor, hubby
LAWYER SAYS CHARGES TRUMPED UP
BY CARLA P. GOMEZ
A La Carlota City judge has issued warrants of arrest against Moises Padilla Vice Mayor Ella Celestina Garcia-Yulo and her husband for alleged possession of firearms and two grenades.
Their lawyer Karol Joseph Chiu said yesterday that the warrants of arrest do not mean the vice mayor and her husband, Felix Mathias Segundo FeriaYulo III, are guilty of the charges filed against them, the trial of the case has not even started.
3 Isabela brgys hotspots: Malabor
BY SHIELA G. GELERA
Three barangays in Isabela town, Negros Occidental, are considered “hotspots” and three more barangays have on-and-off presence of New People’s Army rebels, Isabela Mayor Joselito Malabor, said Saturday.
The barangays considered as “hotspots” are San Agustin, Cabcab, and Riverside, while those with influences or on-and-off presence of armed rebels are Libas, Cano Clark, and Amin, Malabor said.He said he met with Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza in Iloilo recently and they talked about the security, NPA activities, and peace and order situation in Isabela.
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‘NFA rice in NegOcc pest-free’
BY MARK L. GARCIA
The National Food Authority-Negros Occidental assured its consumers that the imported NFA rice sold in the province is free of infestation and chemical contamination, as it went through quality safety standards, from unloading to distribution to retailers.
Provincial manager Frisco Canoy said yesterday that the rice stocks allocated for the province have undergone fumigation and aeration for almost a week before it was unloaded from the vessel carrier, MV Unison, to ensure that there will be no pest infestation, like weevils or “bukbok”.This was after reports came out that about 330,000 bags of imported NFA rice unloaded in Subic port were found to be infested by weevils, due to inclement weather.