MERGE SAVE TREES. The online petition to save these center island trees along Narra and Tindalo avenues at the Shopping Center in Bacolod City had gathered 12,890 signatures as of last night.* (Sigrid Lo photo)


Free to kill statement
irresponsible: bishop
Duterte concerned about city: mayor
BY CARLA P. GOMEZ

Two Negros bishops aired their dismay yesterday over President Rodrigo Duterte’s order for controversial police officer, Lt. Col. Jovie Espenido, who was assigned to Bacolod City this week, to start killing.

The bishops stressed that only God has the right to take life away.

In his speech at the 45th Philippine Business Conference and Expo at The Manila Hotel in Manila Thursday, Duterte said Bacolod is badly hit by drugs so he told Espenido “Go there and you are free to kill everybody… Go, start killing them.” moremoremore


Bacolod, three other cities
in Negros get DILG awards
BY NANETTE L. GUADALQUIVER

Four cities in Negros Occidental, including the capital Bacolod, are among this year’s awardees of the coveted Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG) bestowed by the Department of the Interior and Local Government.

The three others are the component cities of San Carlos, Silay, and Victorias.

Of the five cities awarded in the Western Visayas, four are in Negros Occidental. The other is Passi in Iloilo province. moremoremore

 

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Fall Army worms hit cornfields
in six cities, 3 towns of NegOcc
BY CARLA P. GOMEZ

Fall Army Worms (FAW) have hit cornfields in six cities and three towns in Negros Occidental, Provincial Agriculturist Japhet Masculino said yesterday.

The areas hit are San Carlos, Escalante, Sagay, La Carlota, Kabankalan and Himamaylan cities, and Murcia, Pontevedra and La Castellana towns, he said.

At least five hectares of cornfields in vegetative stage were hit, Masculino said, adding that the FAW usually hits sticky and sweet corn.