MERGE Landslides caused by earthquakes blocked this road and damaged at least three houses in Barangay Caidiocan, Valencia in Negros Oriental, yesterday*


Ex-mayor’s grandson
slain in ambush: PNP
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

Four unidentified armed men shot and killed the grandson of a former mayor in Purok Sta. Isabel in Brgy. Camansi, Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental, at about 5 p.m. Sunday.

The victim, who was identified by the police as John Paul Sola, 38, succumbed to multiple gunshot wounds. He was declared dead on arrival at a hospital in Kabankalan City, Lt. Col. Jonel Guadalope, officer-in-charge of the Kabankalan City Police Station, said.

Guadalope said the victim was on his way to Brgy. Talubangi in Kabankalan, on board his McArthur type jeep, when he was ambushed by four unidentified armed men, while crossing a bridge at Purok Sta. Isabel in Brgy. Camansi, Kabankalan City. moremoremore


Newly wed seaman, 2 others killed
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

A seaman and two motorcycle drivers died, while two others, including a nurse, sustained injuries, in two vehicular accidents in Escalante City and in Hinigaran, Negros Occidental.

Newly-wed couple July Mata, a 31-year-old seaman, and his wife, Jaquelyn, were on their way to the Escalante City poblacion, when they figured in a collision with a tricycle driven by Archier Villaran along the national highway of Sitio Varca in Brgy. Jonobjonob, Escalante City, yesterday.

The two victims were brought to the Vicente Gustilo District Hospital in Escalante City. moremoremore

 

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TO KEEP NEG. OCC. ASF-FREE
Public hearing today on proposed
permanent ban on pigs, pork items
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA

The public hearing on the proposed ordinance that will permanently prohibit the entry of live pigs and pork products from Luzon and other African swine fever-affected areas to Negros Occidental is set today at the Provincial Capitol in Bacolod City.

Provincial Veterinarian Renante Decena said yesterday he is expecting more than 100 individuals from all sectors―producers, handlers, local government units, buyers, consumers, and food chains - to attend the public discourse.

“We’re expecting the ordinance will be passed in the afternoon, during the regular session (of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan). We’re also expecting those whose businesses were affected by the ban of pork imports in the province to oppose the measure,” he said.