MERGE Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson takes his oath as governor before San Carlos Regional Trial Court Executive Judge Kathrine Go, with his hand on a Bible held by his mother, Carmen Lacson, and his partner Emily Yanson and family beside him.* (Andy Alvarez photo)

Abanse Negrense
Lacson’s battlecry


Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson announced at his inauguration as the 35th governor of Negros Occidental Saturday that the battle cry of his administration will be “Abanse Negrense”.

“We are but stewards of resources meant for the next generation. Let us thus shift focus to the good of each individual with the battle cry Abanse Negrense,” he said inthe speech he delivered at the inauguration rites of the Negros Occidental provincial government officials at the Capitol grounds in Bacolod City.

Lacson, former San Carlos City mayor and vice governor of Negros Occidental, said there is good work to be continued and he appreciates the triumphs of the past administration. moremoremore

Star-studded Bacolod
inauguration today
Bing takes oath before Duterte, too

It will be a “star-studded” inauguration ceremony for Bacolod City officials at the Bacolod City Government Center at 5:30 p.m. today, Mayor Evelio Leonardia said yesterday.

Leonardia was one of the select local officials invited to take their oath before President Rodrigo Duterte in Malacañang on June 25.

The mayor said three of the highest-ranking Senate officials, two ambassadors, a US embassy official, and the richest congressman will be among the important guests during the inauguration in Bacolod today. moremoremore


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PVO continues to strengthen
effort vs. African swine fever

The Provincial Veterinary Office in Negros Occidental has continued to strengthen its effort to prevent the entry of African swine fever (ASF) in the province.

Provincial Veterinarian Renante Decena said yesterday that the Philippines is highly vulnerable to the virus which is why they prioritized the strengthening of biosecurity during the recent ASF technical meeting with the city veterinarians, livestock inspectors, para-veterinarians, and PVO employees.

The PVO initiated the meeting during the regular consultative conference of the Poultry and Livestock Association in Negros Occidental Inc. with Dr. Lemuel Espinaso, technical specialist of Pilmico Animal Health, as resource person, he said.