MERGE A show of support for Olivia V. Yanson at the Vallacar Transit Inc. north terminal in Bacolod City as the family wrangles for its leadership.* (Levi Trio photo)


13,000 STL agents
in Neg.Occ. jobless
BUT PCSO CHARITY AID CONTINUES
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

The closure of all gaming activities of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office has also affected 13,000 Small Town Lottery agents and 300 individuals employed in lotto and Keno outlets in Negros Occidental, PCSO provincial branch acting manager, Jose Manuel Villagracia, said yesterday.

Despite the closure of gaming activities, Villagracia, however, said that PCSO is still accommodating those who need financial help, as they have a budget for it until the end of this year.

The PCSO-Negros is extending P504,000 a day to charity beneficiaries, on top of P245,000 given directly to the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Regional Memorial Hospital in Bacolod City, he added. moremoremore


Cops, guards in
Yanson feud face raps
Roy cries foul, Olivia hits back
BY CARLA P. GOMEZ & JUANCHO GALLARDE

Suits are being readied by the feuding Yansons against policemen and security guards caught in the crossfire of their battle for control of the Vallacar Transit Inc. bus operations in Dumaguete City.

After a brief takeover of the Ceres bus garage in Barangay Bagacay, Dumaguete by the camp of Roy Yanson and his siblings Emily, Celina and Ricardo Jr. Thursday night, it was back in the control of their mother Olivia Yanson, and their youngest brother Leo Rey Yanson on Friday.

At a press conference in Dumaguete yesterday, lawyer Cyrus Riconalla said the garage and compound in Bagacay is titled in the name of his client Olivia and not VTI. moremoremore

 

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NOLITC produces 111
skilled graduates
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA

The Negros Occidental Language Information Technology Center (NOLITC) produced 111 skilled graduates, who completed trainings on visual arts, English language proficiency, contact center services, and Nihongo culture course.

Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson led the culmination ceremony yesterday held at NOLITC in Paglaum Sports Complex in Bacolod City.

In his message, the governor told the graduates that the provincial government is doing everything to prepare and equip young Negrenses so they will have a fighting chance in this very competitive world.