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December 12 - 18, 2016

4th Quarter Review: PDRRMC Chairman Faustino Bojie Dy lll called this 4th Quarterly meeting as part of the year-end assessment. Dy announced more challenging
jobs ahead as the people of Isabela rated the PDRRMC as perfect in executing their best efforts in saving the lives and limps during stormy weather and in times of fire and
earthquake and other rescue efforts ahead for 2017. Valley Hot News lensman, jgd

:Isabela PDRRMO to Albay:

Isabela nagpadala ng malaking


Rescue contingent sa Albay

ILAGAN CITY, Isabela - Hindi


nagdalawang isip si Isabela Governor
Bojie Dy na magpadala ng malaking
Rescue Team sa lalawigan ng Albay
upang tumulong sa mga sinalanta ng
nagdaang bagyong Nina sa Katimugang
Luzon.
Itoy bahagi na ng
Bayanihan efforts ng
Isabela kung saan malaki
ang tulong ng Albay sa
Isabela noong hinagupit
ang lalawigan ng Super Typhoon Juan ng 2010.
Ilang
truck
ng
lalawigan na kargado ng
rescue and relief goods ang
inihanda ng PSWD at Rescue DART 831 at mabilis
na idineploy ni Atty. Noel
Lopez hanggang sa
lumakad na sila sa kanilang
destinations sa Albay.
Kung matatandaan, isa
ang lalawigan ng Albay ang
unang nagpadala ng
malaking contingent sa
Isabela para tumulong sa
pagsagip sa malawak na
hirap na dinanas dulot ng
Super Typhoon Juan.

Bagsak ng ilang buwan na


walang serbisyo ng
kuryente at maraming infra,
eskuwelahan ang sinira ng
bagyong Juan.
Una sa rito, pinulong ni
Dy ang PDRRMC upang
alamin ang puwersa, assets
ng PDRRMC ng huling
Quarter ng taon bilang
paghahanda sa pagpasok ng
2017.
Pinangunahan ni Gov.
Dy at mga miyembro ng
PDRRMC ang pulong para
sa mas epektibong pagkilos
sakaling salantain ang
Isabela ng anumang
kalamidad at pagsubok para
tumugon sa hinaharap.
Kabilang sa dumalo sa
4 th Q meeting ang
PDRRMO, Phil. Army,
...sundan sa p./2

Law regulating boarding houses pushed in Nueva Vizcaya


BAYOMBONG, Nueva Vizcaya Lawmakers here are pushing for the enactment of a law regulating boarding houses as a measure to prevent the increasing incidence of teenage
pregnancy in the province.
Vice Governor Lambert Galima,Jr. said the proposed ordinance dubbed An Ordinance Regulating the Operation of Dormitories and Boarding Houses and Penalizing
Violators and for Other Purposes has been referred to the provincial boards committee on women and children, family relations and Overseas Foreign Workers (OFWs).
This was already tackled during the committee meeting chaired by board member Elma PInao-an Lejao where population program coordinators and representatives were
also in attendance, he said.
...sundan sa p./2

December 12 - 18, 2016

Cagayan gov wants


IPs participation in
local governance
TUGUEGARAO CITY, Cagayan Governor Manuel N.
Mamba here wants the Indigenous Peoples (IPs) to participate in local governance under his administration so
that the sectors needs and concerns will be addressed.
Mamba said he will give IPs the right to participate
voluntarily and let their voices be heard at all levels of
decision-making that may affect their rights, privileges and
heritage.
He said the creation of the provinces Task Force for
Equal Opportunities, in partnership with the Provincial
Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO), provides equal opportunities to all sectors including the IPs
to participate in local governance and other development
activities.
Meanwhile, the governor vowed to look into the issues and concerns raised by the various IP groups all over
the region during the 2016 Indigenous Peoples Summit
held here recently.
Mamba said he will seek the assistance of various
regional line agencies and other sectors to address the IPs
concerns. Gene V. Baquiran

Isabela nagpadala...
...mula sa p./1
PNP, DSWD, Phil Red Cross, DPWH, at LGUs at iba
pang ahensya at NGOs na kabahagi ng PDRRMC-Isabela.
Layunin ng PDRRMC ang quarterly meeting at assessments na mailagay sa ayos ang kapabilidad ng
PDRRMC sa sandali at bago pumasok ang isang
mapaminsalang bagyo sa ating AOR para di mabigla at
malagay sa bingit ng alanganin ang kapakanan ng libong
Isabelenos.
Isa isang pinakinggan ni Dy ang mga kasapi ng
PDRRMC at nasaan na ang puwersa at kahandaan ng RESCUE Teams sa buong Isabela. .jgd Valley Hot News/dzRH

Taus Pusong pinasalamatan at hinangaan ni San Guilermo, Isabela Mayor Malou Sanchez ang walang tigil na
pagtulong ni Isabela Governor Bojie Dy matapos na dalawin ng gobernador ang kanilang bayan upang mamahagi
ng mga buto ng high breed corn seeds sa ilalim ng Farmers Seed Assistance Program na sinalanta ng kalamidad
tulad ng bagyo at tag-tuyot nitong 2016. Libong magsasaka ang nakinabang sa distribution ng sako sakong
butil ng mais bilang pamalit sa nasirang maisan doon. Valley Hot News lensman, jdg

PNP recommends one village as drug-free


REINA MERCEDES,
Isabela The newly-installed chief of police of
this town is set to recommend to the Isabela Police Provincial Police Office (IPPO) one barangay
here free from illegal

drugs.
Senior Insp. Bruno
Palattao, chief of police
here, said police report
shows that after coordination with the barangay officials of barangay
Binarsang, only one drug

surrenderee has been recorded.


Palattao said he will
be submitting the necessary documents to the
IPPO for the declaration
of the said barangay as a
drug-free barangay.

Following this recommendation, the police


chief said their target is to
make the 20 barangays in
this town free from illegal
drugs trade through constant monitoring. Merlito
G. Edale Jr.

POPCOM:Region 2 tops list teen pregnancy

Mga kabataan nabahala sa statistics ng early teen pregnancy


ILAGAN CITY, Isabela Ang Isabela ang numero
uno sa corn production,
ang Isabela ang may
pinakamalaking rice surplus sa buong bansa,
subalit alam nyo ba mga
kabataan na ang Isabela at
Region-2
ang
may
pinakamalaking bilang ng
mga kabataang babae na
nabubuntis? ito ang
ibinungad ni Isabela Governor Bojie Dy sa
ipinatawag na Youth Summit 2016 sa FN Dy Hall sa
Ilagan City.
Sa datus ng POPCOM
o Population Commission,
napag-alaman na ang Re-

gion-2
ang
may
pinakamalaking percentage sa Teenage Pregnancy
incidence na naitala noong
2013, at ang Isabela din
ang nakapagtala ng mas
nakakagulat na maagang
pagbubuntis ng mga teenager.
Sabi ni Dy, hindi
nagpabaya ang ating mga
awtoridad lalo na sa mga
eskuwelahan ang kritikal
na edad ng mga kabataang
babae
ay
maagang
nagbubuntis sa Isabela
kung
saan
itoy
matatagpuan sa mga liblib
na lugar at barangay,
kadalasay out of school

youth at kulang din sa payo


ng kanilang mga magulang.
Sa kanyang mensahe,
pinayuhan
at
pinaalalahanan ni Dy ang
mga kabataan na piling pili
sa mahigit sa 20 school
campuses na siyang
tutulong upang gabayan
din ang kapwa nila magaaral lalo na sa mga
estudyanteng nasa 3rd at 4th
year high school.
Sinabi ng gobernador
sa mga kabataan na
mahalaga ang papel ng
kanilang mga guro na
siyang
pangalawang
magulang sa loob mas
maraming oras na silay

kapiling habang nag-aaral.


Anya dapat maging
mapanuri ngayon ang mga
kabataan upang sila ay
maagang mamulat sa
masamang dulot ng cyber
bullying at ang salot na
iligal na droga sa mga
kabataang hindi batid ang
masamang epekto ng droga
sa katawan ng tao.
Kuwento ni Dy, noong
sila ay nasa high school pa
mayroon na silang sex education upang magbabala sa
posibleng
masamang
idudulot ng maagang
pagbubuntis.
Alam kong kayong
piling-piling mag-aaral ay

may
malaking
impluwensya
at
responsibilidad upang
tumulong sa pagbibigay ng
kaalaman anumang inyong
matututunan sa Youth
Summit ngayon
Tignan nyong mabuti
at pag-aralan nyo kung ano
ang inyong maitutulong ng
sa ganoon lahat kayo ay
makatapos sa pag-aaral at
mailayo sa masamang
bisyo dagdag pa ni Governor Faustino Bojie Dy
lll sa kanila.
Abot sa 600 selected

high school students mula


sa INHS, Cabatuan NHS,
Cauayan City NHS
hanggang sa Roxas at
Mallig at marami pang
high school campuses.
Naging excited ang
kaisipan ng mga teenager
students
matapos
maipaliwanag ng taga
PDEA at POPCOM ang
masamang epekto ng
maagang pagbubuntis at
masamang idudulot ng
droga sa buhay ng mga
kabataan. Joe Dasig, Valley Hot News

Law regulating...
...mula sa p./1

Isabela Governor Bojie Dy was amazed of this unexpected plaque of recognition who calls the First Youth Summit that resulted to perfect attendance among the teens and youth students in the entire province. Atty. Francis
James, Provincial Legal Officer, Mrs. Lucila Ambatali PDSWD chief initiated such Youth Summit, while PD Sr.
Supt. Leon Rafael Jr. of IPPO also shared his assistance on issues on youthful offenders on effects of Drug
Abused. Valley Hot News lensman, jgd

Also known as the Safe Boaridng Houses Ordinance seeks to ban illicit activities inside boarding
houses, dormitories and apartments such as gambling,
use and trade of illegal drugs, prostitution and others that
are against the Revised Penal Code and special laws.
Galima said this will also enforce counselling as one
of the major roles of boarding house operators or managers to boarders who have problems, regularly communicate with the parents of their wards regarding the status of their children, provide first aid and hospitalization
if necessary and report untoward behaviors of their boarders to concerned authorities, among others.
The ordinance also requires boarders to follow curfew at 9 a.m., seek permission from their boarding house
managers and their parents when they sleep in other dormitories and apartments and refrain from doing illicit activities inside their boarding houses.
Once approved, the ordinance will be jointly implemented by the barangay, municipal and provincial council for the protection of children, Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO), Department of
Social Welfare and Development (DSWDO), Philippine
National Police (PNP), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP),
secondary and tertiary schools and the Boarding House
Owners and Managers Association (BHOMA).
Violators of the ordinance will be penalized for not
more than P5,000.00 or imprisonment of not more than
60 days and P2,500.00 and 30 days imprisonment for
severe and less severe non-compliance with the
ordinances provisions.
The Population Commission (POPCOM) in a report
has tagged Nueva Vizcaya as ranked third in the prevalence of teenage pregnancy in Cagayan Valley. Ben Moses
Ebreo

December 12 - 18, 2016

PCS Rasco warns station commanders, Provincial Directors


CAMP
ADDURU,
Tuguegarao City - POLICE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT ELISEO T
RASCO, newly-installed
Regional Director of Police Regional Office of
Cagayan Valley (PRO-2),
will implement a One
Strike policy against Station Commanders who are
found remiss in their op-

eration mandate to go after the illegal drugs trade


in their respective AORs
without let-up.
I will immediately relieve any Station Commander in whose jurisdiction the presence of illegal
drugs trade is confirmed
and raided by the RSOG
(Regional Special Operations Group), Police

Chief Supt. Rasco told police commanders during


the first Command Conference he presided on Tuesday, December 20, 2016,
upon his assumption as
RD, POR-2.
PCSupt Rasco also
warned that the provincial
director of any PPO should
suffer the same fate if his
AOR scores three strikes

that means three of his station commanders have


been relieved from their
posts.
I will also replace the
provincial director of any
province where three of its
police chiefs have been relieved of their post due to
failure in the campaign
against illegal drugs,
PCSupt Rasco added.

The Command Conference was attended by his


command group, the directorial staff, and chiefs of
the regional support units,
provincial directors and
city director.
PCSupt Rasco plans to
deploy teams from RSOG
to counter-check the claims
of his police commanders
regarding their operational

successes against illegal


drugs in their AOR.
In his assumption
speech on Tuesday,
PCSupt Rasco said that he
was given the mission by
the Chief, PNP to continue the relentless campaign against illegal drugs
in your AOR, an order he
wants to implement without fear or favor.

LAVIA: ISF-patubig libre sa magsasaka sa 2017


CAUAYAN CITY, Isabela
- Simula sa pagpasok ng
2017, makakaginhawa na
ng malaki ang mga
magsasaka ng palay o
bigas
sa
sandaling
maglabas ng IRR ang National Irrigation Administration bilang tugon sa
mahigpit na kautusan ng
Pangulong
Rodrigo
Duterte na hindi dapat
patawan ng irrigation fees
ang mga magsasaka.
Sa isang maikling
press briefing sa Cauayan
City Domestic Airport VIP
lounge,
masayang
ibinalita ni NIA Administrator Peter Liu Lavina na
wala ng sisingilin ang
gobyerno sa serbisyo ng
patubig sa buong bansa.
Ayon kay NIA Administrator Lavinia, isang
masayang 2017 para sa
lahat ng magbubukid ay
hindi dapat mahirapan pa
bagkus walang dapat
ipataw na bayad sa
sinumang magsasaka.
Ayon kay Lavinia, ang
Magat Dam Irrigation System
ang
isa
sa
pinakamalaking
pinagkukunan ng lakas ng
irigasyon sa buong bansa,

makakatiyak ang mga


sakup nito na malasap ang
libreng serbisyo ng
patubig sa pagpasok ng
2017.
Paniwala ni Lavina,
mas malawak pang
paghamon
para
sa
ikatatagumpay ng rice sufficiency program ang NIA
kung saan may isinusulong
pang 1.4 million irrigable
land sa buong bansa kung
kaya marapat ng pagaralan at madaliin ang
daluyan ng patubig para sa
mga magsasaka.
Hinggil sa di umanoy
mabagal na proseso ng
r e s t o r a t i o n s ,
rehabilitasyon ng mga
daluyan ng patubig sa
Magat River Irrigation
System-MARIS, anya
babawasan nila ang
maraming bulok na
proseso sa preparasyon,
bidding at maiwsan din
ang korapsyon at ang
tinatawag na bidingbidingan na isa sa
pangunahing agenda ng
Duterte Administration.
Kasunod nito, sa
kabila ng bad weather conditions at nakalapag ang
team ni Lavina sa airport,

LIBRE NA ANG PATUBIG: Masayang pasalubong ni NIA Administrator Peter Tiu Lavia para sa libo-libong
magsasaka ang isa sa tanging Pamasko ng DU30 Administration kaakibat ng kanyang campaign agenda na
ngayon malaking kaluwagan sa pananalapi at makakahinga ang mga pobreng magsasaka mula sa 2017. Sa
kabila ng malakas na buhos ng ulan noong nakalipas na mga linggo, sinikap ni NIA Adm. Lavinia ang makasipot
sa mga opisyal ng NIA sa Cauayan City kasunod ng kanilang pulong. Sina dating Roxas Mayor Benedict Calderon
at NIA Regional Manager Engr. Antonio Lara ang ilan lamang sa mga sumalubong kay NIA Chief Peter Lavinia.
Valley Hot News lensman, jgd
sinikap ng NIA Administrator na pulungin ang
liderato nina Diretor Tony

Lara at MARIS chief


Wilfredo Gloria at top officials ng NIA-MARIS.

Seating Room at FND Convention Center were joined by almost 500 participants among high school students
selected from many public and private high schools to listen to the resource persons who are invited in consonance with timely issues over cyber crime, illegal drugs and teen and early pregnancies among other. POPCOM,
PDEA and Cyber experts shared their ideas on how to be away from such big problems besetting among the
youth. The Youth summit were initiated by DSWD, PLO, PNP and Office of the Provincial Administrator Atty.
Noel Lopez. Valley Hot News lensman, jgd

PNP clears 45 NVizcaya brgys from illegal drugs


SOLANO, Nueva Vizcaya The Philippine National Police (PNP) has already cleared 45 barangays in the province of
illegal drugs.
Police Senior Supt. Leumar Abugan, PNP provincial director said the clearing of drug affected barangays is part
of the national governments Anti-Illegal Drugs Campaign to rid villages of illegal drug trade and use.
He said out of the 275 barangays of the province, 197 have been tagged by the PNP as drug affected, 78 are not
affected while 203 are in the process of clearance.
Abugan also said that from January to November 2016, they have conducted 176 anti-illegal drug operations
which resulted to the arrest of 210 persons and 255 cases were filed in court.
We have also made more than 100,000 visits to 2,849 drug users and pushers in our province, he said. Ben
Moses Ebreo

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Sinikap
din
na
bisitahin ni Lavina ang
Magat Dam Irrigation System sa Brgy. Aguinaldo,
Ramon, Isabela.
Ang Kongreso, NIA
at mga samahan ng Irrigators Associations-IAs ay
handang magsulong ng
panibagong paghamon
para sa kapakanan ng lahat
ng stakeholders, in fact si
Cong. Arthur Yap ng
Bohol ay napadalaw na sa
aking tanggapan at
tinitignan nya kung ano
ang dapat baguhin para
mapalakas ang bagong
mandate ng NIA, ang
Kamara ay naglaan na rin
ng Ph 2B para sa maintenance pero hindi ito sapat
kaya kailangan natin ang
suporta ng IAs dagdag

pa ni Lavina.
Paliwanag pa ni
Lavina, dahilan sa libre
na ang bayad sa patubig,
ang NIA ay naka-focus na
sa canal restorations and
rehab, kaya tiyak na
mapapadali at mas mabilis
ang trabaho ng NIA at
maisusulong na ang
tamang sistema ng restoration sa mga dapat
gawing bagay sa loob ng
NIA.
I n a a s a h a n g
maglalabas ng IRR ang
NIA para sa naturang
libreng irrigation service
fees, na magiging regalo ng
PDU30 sa kanilang mga
hinaing at ipinaglalaban sa
panibagong malaking
paghamon .jgd Valley Hot
New

Anti-crime head hopes


more cops to get award
CITY OF ILAGAN,
Isabela The provinces
anti-crime head has expressed his optimism that
more police station chiefs
in the province will be recognized by the Police Regional Office-2 (PRO-2)
for their efforts in the fight
against crime and illegal
drugs.
Ysmael
Atienza,
Isabela Anti-Crime head, is
hopeful upon knowing that
only the police station
chiefs of the cities of
Cauayan and Ilagan and
the towns of Jones and
Santo Tomas were commended by the regional
headquarters recently.
He said all the police
station chiefs assigned in
the province have exerted

their efforts in the fight


against illegal drugs and in
ensuring peace and order
all over the province.
Although there were
19 police chiefs who were
relieved recently from their
respective posts due to
minimal performance in
the fight against illegal
drugs, Atienza said there
are still 16 police chiefs
who have done their best in
the governments anti-drug
campaigns and in the maintenance of peace and security in their respective areas.
We hope that the
other police chiefs who
have excelled in their assigned tasks will be given
commendation, he added.
Merlito G. Edale Jr.

December 12 - 18, 2016

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Dutertes tough call


A good reason for the still high level of trust the business
sector continues to give President Rodrigo Duterte, that is,
despite his wayward mouth, is the nearly complete reliance
he gives to his economic team, primarily on fiscal concerns.
Dutertes recent decision to defer the release of the initial
P1,000-hike in the pension of Social Security System (SSS)
members is that he said I
do not own the money and
going by the advice of his
economic managers was a
good sign that public money
will not be mismanaged, unlike before.
Duterte decided on the halt in the pension increase release
despite an earlier assurance from SSS chairman Amado
Valdez and even members of Congress that funds will be
made available to allow for the staggered raise in the SSS
pension.
Duterte said the decision to defer the pension hike which
members of the state fund have been clamoring for since the
previous administration was made after a long debate but
the economic managers are having their doubts and they want
to talk about it again.
In a December 15 memorandum to Duterte, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez, Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno
and Socio-economic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia
warned that without an accompanying upward adjustment
or restructuring of the contribution rate, the proposed pension hike would unduly jack up the unfunded liabilities of
the SSS from P3.5 trillion to P5.9 trillion.
The three economic officials wanted the pension increase
halted and be made contingent on a corresponding adjustment in the contributions of employers, employees, self-employed individuals and volunteer members to save the state
pension fund from bankruptcy.
The memorandum recommended an increase in member
contribution from the current 11 percent of monthly salary to
17 percent to go with the pension hike.
The initial P1,000 across-the-board increase to P4,200 will
result in a 31.25 percent increase in the average basic monthly
pension of SSS pensioners equivalent to more than P32 billion additional pension benefits SSS has to pay.
While the pension hike was a campaign vow, he also, however, promised to take good care of the governments finances.

Year in, year out


WERE you one of those who
couldnt wait for 2016 to end or
did you regret to see the year
pass?
For Filipinos, it was a tremendous and tumultuous year.
It began with the run-up to the
elections, careened into surprising turns of events, continued at breakneck speed to

bring immense changes that


shook us out of our comfort
zones again and again.
As the last weeks of the year
rolled by, we found ourselves
bereft of the luxury to amble
leisurely into the holiday season four months in advance
like we had always done.
The year 2016 was a 9 year

Polisiya ni Gen Bato at Gen Rasco iisa- 2


strike policy-sibakin ang
walang accomplishment
HINDI ko maintindihan sa
ngayon ang tunay na nilalaman
ng bagong polisiya nina PDG
Bato dela Rosa at Police Chief
Supt. Emilio Rasco sa lumabas
na panuntunang mahigpit ng
ipatutupad ng Kampo Crame sa
lahat ng mga Regional Directors, Provincial Directors, City
Directors, mga chief of Police in
the entire country.
Now ano ang mga parameters na dapat masibak ang
isang hepe o provincial directors down to chief of police in
the city and municipalities?
Kapag ang isang regional directors ng PNP tulad ng PRO-2
hanggang sa NCRPO walang
exemptions kung sino ka man
at natutulog sa pansitan o
tamad walang pakialam sa
mundo, ay masingitan ng
kawalang actions sa mga
problema
sa
drogakriminalidad at nasibakan ka
ng dalawang PD, tiyak good
bye ka na at may naghihitay ka
ng kapalit.
Kapalit
na
handang
magpakita ng kagalingan sa
trabaho kontra droga at sa mga
high value targets tiyak
tatamaan ka ng relieve orders
mula sa Kampo Crame.
Mabigat ang laban ng mga
pulis pagpasok ng 2017. Tall
Order and priority marching orders from PDU30 na kailangang
masugpo ang droga na umanoy

pumalo na sa 3 million ang


bilang ng mga drug pushers and
drug addicts mula sa sipa ng
shabu.
Kapag ang isang city directors at city police chief ay
tinamaan ng 2 strike policy, may
tama din ang Provincial Directors ng PNP PPO. Tiyak may
bitbit silang walking papers
and that you may be assigned
at Regional Command as in
members ng Phil. Navy, floating ka boy.
Hindi kasi makapaniwala at
hindi kayang ipaliwanag ni
PDG dela Rosa kay PDU30 ang
lalo pang dumaraming bilang
ng listahan ng mga high value
targets at suspected drug pushers sa buong bansa. Lalo pang
lumolobo ang bilang na tila
humatak sa apat(4) na milyong
adik adik at drug lords to political drug lords.
Kailangan ng PDU30 ang
mabigyan siya ng araw araw na
sa bawat himpilan ng pulisya
ng lima hanggang sa sampong
tiguk at arestado sa legal na
pamamaraan
upang
mabawasan ang lumalalang
drug addiction sa bansa. PERIOD and thats the very essence of TWO Strike Policy na
inilabas ng Kampo Crame sa
lahat ng mga kagawad at
opisyal ng Phil. National Police.
Do it men and it will save your
ass!

in numerology, a number
which signifies the end of a
cycle, the completion of a phase
and the preparation for new beginnings.
We begin 2017, however,
with plenty of unfinished business the ongoing drug crusade, the cleanup of government of corruption and rotten
systems that we believe had
sunk the country for so long.
President Rodrigo Duterte is as
gung-ho as he had ever been
about the war he has waged
against the drug trade.
He admits that he had miscalculated the extent of the
problem in the Philippines. He
had no idea just how serious
and far-reaching it was, he told
CNN Philippines, until they
started the operations under
his administration.
The drug war will continue,
he then said in singular Duterte
style, until the end of his term
or until the last drug lord is
killed. Gone, zilch, kaput.
Again, he showed his anger
and impatience at naysayers
and critics of his way, his logic
firm that drugs destroy lives,
ruin families and nations, and
could be killing the next generation.
Drug proponents and protectors are evil and, therefore

have no business being on this


earth.
His preference for the word
kill has drawn plenty of reaction human rights watchdogs mostly. It has, from the
beginning, been one massive
headache for the president,
who has had no compunction
about cussing them out anyway.
I have to admit, Dutertes
sentiments about fighting
drugs is shared by many. I am
not sure if people know the actual numbers involved
whether the drug scourge is
truly as widespread as Duterte
says but they support his effort, the likes of which had not
been seen before. His fearlessness seems to be admired, too,
but also reviled by those who
do not sanction the old testament way.
Still, the results in the past
six months that people have
seen appear to have stayed the
broiling issue about extrajudicial killings. The decrease in
crime rates, the relative sense
of security that citizens now
say they feel in the streets
these are obvious results of the
intense crackdown on the drug
trade, which, quite frightfully,
has also caused a pileup of
turn to p./5

December 12 - 18, 2016

Palpak ang kampanya ng PNP


sa indiscriminate firing
HINDI na nilagyan ng
masking tape ang mga baril ng
pulis sapagkat ayon kay Philippine National Police (PNP)
chief Director General Ronald
dela Rosa, disiplinado na ang
mga pulis. Hindi na raw
kailangan. Taun-taon, tuwing
sasapit ang bagong taon,
nilalagyan ng tape ang
bunganga ng mga baril ng pulis para masigurong hindi
makakapagpaputok ang mga
pulis. Pero marami pa ring pulis ang nagpapaputok ng baril
kahit may tape ito. Mayroon
ding mga sundalo na
nagpaputok ng baril. Umabot
na sa 36 na insidente ng indiscriminate firing ang naitala.
Sa pagdiriwang ng bagong
taon noong Linggo, hindi
nangyari ang gusto ni Dela
Rosa na maging zero casualty ang pagsalubong sa 2017.
May mga tinamaan pa rin ng
ligaw na bala at nangangapa
ang pulisya kung sino ang
mga taong nasa likod ng indiscriminate firing. Maski
pulis ay hindi nasindak sa
babala ni Dela Rosa at walang
habas na nagpaputok sa
Tondo,
Manila
habang
ipinagdiriwang ang bagong
taon. Nalasing ang pulis na si
PO1 Daniel Castillo kaya
nagpasikat at nagpaputok ng
baril. Inaresto si Castillo ng
mga
kapwa
pulis
at
inihahanda
na
ang
pagsasampa ng kaso sa kanya.
Marami pang tinamaan ng
ligaw na bala sa Metro Manila
pero ang pinakamatindi ay
ang nangyari sa 15-anyos na si
Emilyn
Villanueva
ng
Malabon na tinamaan ng bala

sa ulo. Nanonood ng fireworks


display si Emilyn nang
biglang humandusay. Nang
isugod sa ospital, may tama
pala ng bala sa ulo. Comatose
ang dalagita sa ospital at
sinabi mismo ni Health secretary Jean Pauly Ubial na nasa
maselang kalagayan ang
biktima. Sinabi rin ng Health
secretary na biktima ng indiscriminate firing ang dalagita.
Pero sabi ng Malabon police,
biktima si Emilyn ng
pamamaril ng dalawang
magkaaway na lalaki. Tukoy
na raw nila ang suspek.
Wala itong pinagkaiba sa
nangyari kay StephanieNicole Ella, 7-anyos ng Tala,
Caloocan City na tina-maan ng
bala sa ulo noong bagong taon
ng 2012. Nanonood din ng fireworks display si Nicole nang
tamaan ng bala sa ulo.
Hanggang ngayon, hindi pa
nahuhuli ang nakabaril kay
Nicole.
Biktima man ng indiscriminate firing o nadamay sa pagaaway si Emilyn, dapat
agarang kumilos ang Malabon
police para maaresto ang
killer ni Emilyn. Agarang
ipagkaloob ang hustisya sa
kawawang dalagita. Huwag
hayaang matakpan ang kasong
ito.
BATAS NA NAGBABAWAL
SA MGA PAPUTOK,
APRUBAHAN
MAHIGIT 300 katao ang
nadisgrasya sa papu-tok
kahapon sa Metro Manila at
kalapit na lugar. May mga
naputulan
ng
daliri,
nasabugan sa mukha at dibdib
at may nasugatan sa paa dahil

Honor Comes to Those Who Honor


AFTER a few minutes the genie said, How many lanes do you want
on that bridge?
Ladies, honestly, there are times when we really dont understand.
But God has told us to treat you with special treatment.
If we do not than the Word says, our prayers may be hindered.
Also, fellows, stay away from the weaker than you part. When
this was written, women had very few rights. In most cases, women
seem to be able to handle situations better than we can.
Also we are to honor other people. Psalm 8:4-5 what are mere
mortals that you should think about them, human beings that you
should care for them? Yet you made them only a little lower than God
and crowned them with glory and honor.
We are to honor each other. We are to recognize the great value
that God has placed on humanity. The word tells us here that people
have been crowned with great honor. Not just the rich people, not just
the intelligent people, not just the talented people, but all mortals, all
human beings.
The Jewish word for honor meant related to the appearance of an
object that is beautiful and instills awe. When God looks at me, my
beauty awes him. When God looks at you, your beauty awes him.
When God looks at that homeless person, his beauty awes him. When

dead bodies currently past


the 6,000 mark, and counting.
Among these individuals
killed in the course of operations in the drug world, some
innocent lives were taken, a
few of them children of suspected drug personalities.
What of them? It is not
enough to acknowledge the
mistake and heartless to simply
declare them as collateral damage.
Sen. Panfilo Lacson has
taken up the cudgels for those
caught in the crossfire. He is
pushing for compensation for
their families. Lacson is chairman of the Senate committee
on public order and dangerous
drugs that has been investigating the alleged summary kill-

ings in the country. He urged


the president after the latter
had admitted in reports that
there were really killings unintended, Im sorry there has to
be casualty.
Another aspect of the
governments Oplan Tokhang
that deserves serious attention
is the vigilante killings that far
outnumber the deaths of suspects in police operations.
There are now over 4,000 of
these deaths under investigation, yet no cases have been reported solved. In this war, the
plight of those left behind
should be considered just as
important as the fight itself.
And this, I imagine, remains another leftover issue
that we hope will not be left on
the wayside as Duterte pushes
onward with his battle against
the drug scourge in this bright
new, promising year.

sa inihagis na rebentador. May


mga batang nakalunok ng
watusi at may naputukan ng
piccolo. Hindi pa kumpleto
ang
kabuuan
ng
mga
nasugatan
habang
nagseselebra sa pagsapit ng
bagong taon. Pero isa ang
malinaw, wala pa ring epekto
ang paalala ng Department of
Health
(DOH)
at
ang
kampanya ng Philippine National Police (PNP) sa mga illegal na paputok. Walang
natakot sa mga inihandang
gamit (panglagari ng kamay at
daliri) ng mga ospital para sa
mga naputukan.
Dalawang sunog ang
naganap
habang
ipinagdiriwang ang bagong
taon kahapon at ang mga ito
ay dahil sa paputok. Umanoy
kuwitis na pumasok sa loob
ng bahay ang naging dahilan
ng sunog. Wala namang
iniulat na namatay o
nasugatan sa sunog subalit
ilang pamilya rin ang
nawalan ng tahanan at
nagbagong taon sa covered
court ng barangay.
Kahit
kailan,
hindi
nagkaroon ng pagdiriwang ng

bagong taon na walang


nasugatan at nasunugan.
Kahit na sinasabi ng mga
kinauukulan na magiging
mahigpit sila sa mga
mapanganib na paputok gaya
ng sawa, judas belt, goodbye
Philippines
at
ang
kontrobersiyal na piccolo,
hindi rin ito nangyari.
Balewala ang paghihigpit
sapagkat marami pa ring
nakakalusot. Hindi epektibo
ang babala ng PNP o maski ng
DOH.
Batas na nagbabawal sa
paputok ang kailangan para
wala nang maganap na
malalagim na pagsabog,
pagkasugat at sunog sa
maraming bahagi ng bansa.
Apurahin ang panukalang
batas na inihain sa Senado
para lubusang mahinto ang
paggawa ng paputok sa bansa.
Siguruhing wala nang paputok sa bagong taon ng 2017
at pawang pailaw na lang.
Kailangan nang matigil ang
tradisyon
nang
nakabibinging pagpapaputok
na ang dulot ay pagkakasugat,
pagkakaroon ng sunog at
walang kapararakang gastos.

God looks at that person with a sinful lifestyle, their beauty awes him.
Do you know what you do with something that is beautiful and
instills awe? You protect it as my son did the helmet. Some things you
may even die for. Do you know why Jesus died for me, or you, or that
homeless person and or that sinner? Because He was awed by our
beauty. And He wanted to protect us from the thief. And He died doing so.
But above all authorities and relationships, we are to honor God.
And we do this is two different ways. The first is with our bodies. 1
Corinthians 6:20 for God bought you with a high price. So you must
honor God with your body.
God places great value upon himself and his Son. God is valuable
and He realizes it. He says of himself, You will have no other Gods
above me because I am a jealous God. He tells us in no uncertain
circumstances that He is the creator of everything. He is in control of
everything around us. He decides if you will receive compassion and
mercy. He gave you the health that you enjoy. He paid a high price so
that you can honor him by service and righteous living. God told the
prophet Isaiah, Iyes, I alonewill blot out your sins for my own
sake and will never think of them again. He blotted out your sins so
He could have a relationship with you, not because you deserved it.
To live a corrupt lifestyle brings dishonor to him.
Another way we honor God is with our giving. Proverbs 3:9 Honor
the Lord with your wealth and with the best part of everything you
produce.
The average Christian gives less than 3% of their income, 25% give
nothing at all. The average tip given to a server at a restaurant is 16%.
95% of diners feel obligated to tip. 56% tip in spite of lousy service. The
reason given; so that they would not be looked upon in a negative
manner.
...to be continued

December 12 - 18, 2016

CAGAYANS FIRST FAMILY, kahalagahan ng pagtulong


sa kapamilya, mga ka-lalawigan ngayong Kapaskuhan
TUGUEGARAO CITY,
Cagayan - Minabuti at
pinili ng Unang Pamilya ng
Cagayan na bigyan ng
Christmas Card ang
kanilang mga kapamilya,
kaibigan at kakilala kung
saan nakapangalan sa
makakatanggap
ang
katumbas na donasyon sa
Oplan Tulong Cagayan
volunteer group para

makadagdag sa ayudang
ibabahagi sa mga biktima
ng Super Typhoon Lawin.
Isang espesyal na
christmas card na ang
disenyo ay guhit mismo ni
JM V. Mamba, panganay
na anak ni Gov. Manuel
Mamba at Atty. Mabel
Villarica-Mamba gamit
ang medium na kung
tawagin ay digital art.

Makikita sa pabalat ng
Christmas card ang
dalawang masayahing bata
na tila kumakatawan sa
magkapatid na JM at Noel
V. Mamba, mga anak ng
gobernador at ng kaniyang
kabiyak na si Atty. Mabel,
habang nasa tabi ng Christmas Tree.
Sa loob ng card ay

nakasulat
ang
mga
katagang nagpa-paabot ng
panalangin at mensahe na
pinili ng unang pamilya na
sa halip na regalo o
anuman ay bigyan ang
makakatanggap ng card ng
walang katumbas na
pagkakataon
na
makatulong
para
makabangon ang mga

biktima ng STP Lawin lalo


na ang mga nawalan ng
tahanan.
Nakasaad sa loob ng
card ang pabatid na
nakapangalan
sa
nakatanggap ang katumbas
na donasyon sa Oplan
Tulong Cagayan.
Matatandaang ang
Oplan Tulong Cagayan ay

isang volunteer group na


inorganisa ni Atty. Mabel
Villarica-Mamba
na
agarang nangalap ng
donasyon at tulong para sa
mga biktima ni Lawin.
Si JM ay nasa Grade 8
at si Noel ay nasa Grade 3
sa kasalukuyan sa Ateneo
De Manila University. PIO
Cagayan Province

SCORPIO (October 24-November 22)Kung


makikipagkasundo sa isang grupo, tiyakin na
walang sabit sa anumang transaksyun, para
umiwas sa mabigat na gulo. Buwenas na
numero 22, 3, 19, 4, 15, 32 at 10 buwenas na mga
araw Miyerkoles at Sabado.
SAGITTARIUS (November 23-December
21)Labis na pag-aalala mo sa kaibigang nasa
ibayong dagat, pagpayuhan mo siya at huwag
padadala sa maling balita. Buwenas na numero
33, 2, 10, 4, 13, at 16 buwenas na mga araw Lunes
at Linggo.
CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19) Mas
maganda ang susunod mong linggo kung mas
matatag ang kilos mo sa trabaho, huwag parang
pagong kung gumalaw. Buwenas na numero 8,
11, 4, 17, 2, 40, 33, at 15 buwenas na mga araw
Martes at Miyerkoles.
AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18) Tamang
tiyempo ang kailangan mo sa sigla ng Year of
the Metal Rabbit, para sa mas mabilis na pagunlad mo sa hanapbuhay. Buwenas na numero
3, 20, 11, 45, 25, 15 at 9 buwenas na mga araw
Huwebes at Sabado.
PISCES (February 19-March 20) Kung anuman
ang magiging pasya ng iyong magulang sa
planong trabaho, huwag kalimutan ang
kanilang mabigat na payo sa iyong kaligtasan.
Buwenas na numero 8, 12, 30, 15, 3, at 16
buwenas na mga araw Miyerkoles at Biyernes.
ARIES (March 20-April 19) Libre at walang
bayad ang managinip sa inaasam asam mong
pagbabago sa gastusing kinakaharap mo,
sabayan mo ng dasal para sa sarileng gabay ng
Diyos sa iyo. Buwenas na numero 18, 30, 22, 11,
10 at 5 buwenas na mga araw Biyernes at
Martes.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Mas matining ang
lagay ng sarile mo kumpara noong nagdaang
taon pero maaring sumablay kung magiging
pabaya ka. Buwenas na numero 7, 4, 22, 10, 5,
30 at 19 buwenas na mga araw Lunes at
Miyerkoles.
GEMINI (May 21-June 21) Lagyan mo ng
konteng palabok ang bawat kilos at
pakikitungo sa iyong mga kasamahan sa
trabaho, kung nais mong makilala sa tamang
paraan. Buwenas na numero 7, 11, 2, 30, 14, at
13 buwenas na mga araw Martes at Huwebes.
CANCER (June 22-July 22) Mag-ingat sa
anumang pupuntahang biyahe, may ilang
sagabal kung hindi ka gagawa ng paraan laban
sa masasamang espiritu. Buwenas na numero
7, 30, 33, 43, 1, 22, at 14 buwenas na mga araw
Lunes at Sabado.
LEO (July 23-August 22) Maglakip ng ilang
bagay na makakalakas ng pangarap mong
negosyo maging maliit sa simula, lalaki din ito
sa tagal ng panahon. Buwenas na numero 33, 2,
10, 5, 19, at 15 buwenas na mga araw Miyerkoles
at Martes.
VIRGO
(August
23-September
23)
Makagaganti ka rin sa gumulo sa trabaho,
mismong employers mo ang gagawa ng daan
para sila ay maalis sa trabaho kung iiwas ka sa
alok na kalokohan. Buwenas na numero 3, 22,
10, 6, 43, 6 at 18 buwenas na mga araw
Miyerkoles at Biyernes.
LIBRA (September 23-October 23) Huwag na
huwag sasagot sa ilang masalimuot na
katanungan sa mga kasamahan baka ka
makaladkad at madamay sa hindi mo naman
ginawa, laging mag-ingat sa kilos nila.
Buwenas na numero 8, 13, 45, 23, 15 at 2
buwenas na mga araw Sabado at Huwebes.

Strong and dedicated family man Cagayan Governor Manuel N. Mamba with his better-half Atty. Mabel VillaricaMamba and sons during the Holiday Season of 2016. Gift giving (Aguinaldo sa Pasko) among his constituents
who were hardest hit by the recent Super Storm Lawin last October 2016. Valley Hot News lensman, jgd

Legarda: President Duterte signs P3.350T


Pro-People 2017 national budget
SENATOR LOREN LEGARDA today said that President Rodrigo Duterte has signed the
2017 General Appropriations Act (GAA) worth P3.350 trillion, the first budget of the new
administration.
Legarda, Chair of the Senate Committee on Finance, said that she is proud of
the work they have done for this budget, which is pro-people as it addresses the
most basic needs of the people while improving the countrys economic growth.
Through this budget, we aim to fuel hope and inspire our people to believe
in our collective future again. We have provided funds to ensure universal healthcare
coverage, free irrigation for farmers, free tuition in state universities and colleges
(SUCs), additional allowance for teachers, police and military, rice allowance for
conditional cash transfer beneficiaries, creation of drug rehabilitation centers, increase in prisoners subsistence allowance, pension for Post World War II veterans
and centenarians, among many others, said Legarda.
A leap in infrastructure spending is also one of the priorities of the 2017 budget given its indispensable role in poverty reduction, raising productivity, and in
spreading the benefits of economic growth, she added.
Among the highlights of the budget is the strong support for education with
the increased budget worth P8 billion for the Commission on Higher Education
(CHED) so that all college students enrolled in any SUC in the country will
not have to pay for their tuition fee.
The budget for SUCs was also increased to provide additional funds for
scholarship and capital outlay for all SUCs. College students belonging to family-beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang
Pilipino Program (4Ps) are covered by the Expanded Students Grants in Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation (ESGPPA); while those who are not part of the 4Ps can avail of financial assistance for educational purposes under the Student
Financial Assistance Programs (StuFAPs) both under CHED and SUCs.

December 12 - 18, 2016

KN cellphone Center...
...mula sa p./8
dikta ng merkado batay sa
oil price hike.
Isa na ang KN
Cellphone Center sa
Santiago City na may 2
sangay, at isa sa Robinsons
Place Shopping Mall, isa
ang branch sa Cauayan
City na dating tatlo. 18
taon na ang KN Cellphone
Center at simulat sapol
nakakita ng positibong
paglago subalit sa pagtagal
ng
panahon
lalong
sumisikip
ang
kumpetensya sa dami ng
nagtatayo ng mga outlet ng
cellphone stores.
Sa mga malls, hindi
mabilang,
sa
mga
pamilihan sa palengke sa
kahit saan na yata ng dako
ng mundo may mabibilhan
kang lahat ng klase ng
branded at iba pang
kilalang handyphone tulad
ng Samsung high end
brand new models.
Matumal ngayon ang

bentahan ng cellphone,
kahit bagsak presyo sa
dami naman ng kalabang
outlet, kanya kanyang
promos at gimmick
kuwento ni Mr. Eldwin
Blanco at Mrs. Malou
Abrenicas Blanco sa The
Patriot/ Valley Hot news.
Naka survive naman
ang kanilang negosyo at
lumago nagdagdagan pa ng
medium gas size stationsang Phoenix sa Patul Road
at s Daang Maharlika,
Prenza, Cauayan City,
Isabela.
Para kina Mr. and Mrs.
Eldwin at Malou Blanco,
hindi sila bumibigay sa
napakalaking hamon sa
susunod pang mga taon.
Noong bago ang
pagpasok ng taong 2017,
isang masayang salo-salo
ang inihanda ng tatlong
dalagang anak ng magasawang Blanco- Krizia,
Nina, si dalagang bunso

SMILING FACES. These are the families that spouses Eldwin and Malou Blanco made happy during the celebration of Christmas party of KN Cellphone Center and Phoenix Fuels employees, the couple have been very generous to their employees and to their respective family all year round. The Valley Hot News lensman, jgd
Kristine Tintin Blanco.
sing-along.
Blanco ang nagsuot ng Ha- San Mig na siyang
May raffle, exchange
Sumakit ang mga tiyak waiian attire.
nagpainit
sa
halos
gifts sa humigit kumulang sa katatawa ng magpakita
May litson, kaldereta masayang magdamagang
sa 200 de pamilyadong ng kakaibang especial Ha- at iba pang putahe, mga kasiyahan para sa kanilang
rank and file employees. waiian dance number ang season fruits sa mga hapag lahat sa gitna ng malakas
Nasundan ng sayawan, pamilya Blanco kung saan kainan dagdag pa ang na buhos ng ambun at ulan.
awitan kontodo videoke mismong si Mr. Eldwin tagayan ng Red Wine at jgd Valley Hot News

Brgy. Kag. umuwing lasing bumangga Fireman nagpakabayani


sa poste, tricy nagliyab, patay
sa pagsagip sa nalulunod
na magsasaka, patay
ALICIA, Isabela - Tila kinuha na rin ni Lord ang isang barangay official ng Brgy. Bagong Sikat, Alicia, Isabela
matapos umuwing lasing sa inuman umano matapos ang libing ng kapatid na namatay sa atake sa puso.
Tupok na tupok ang buong katawan at halos hindi na makilala ang isang barangay kagawad Guillermo de Guzman,
57 years old makaraang sumalpok ang minamaneho nitong Honda TMX tricycle na sumalpok sa poste ng ISELC-1.
Ayon sa isang Senia Bulazo, pasado alas sais(6pm) ng hapon ng may napansin siyang umaapoy na bagay sa gitna
ng kabukiran kung kaya humingi siya ng responde sa mga kapitbahay para bugahan ng fire extinguisher para iligtas
ang biktimang si de Guzman.
Ayon kay PSI Urani, OIC chief of Police ng Alicia Police Station, mabilis na tumugon ang Rescue 531 team at
BFP fire fighters sa paniwalang kaya pang maisalba ang buhay ng naaksidenteng barangay official.
Ayon din sa mga sibilyan na tumulong sa pagapula ng nagliliyab na tricycle, napansin nilang may kasamang
taong kasama sa nasusunog na tricycle at wala ng buhay.
Agad na dinala ng Rescue 531 ang natupok na katawan ng barangay kagawad sa Carbonel Funeral Parlor.
Napag-alaman mula sa Pamatay Sunog na nanggaling sa burol ng kapatid na namatay sa sakit at umanoy bumabad
sa umpukan ng mga nag-iinuman doon. .jgd Valley Hot News.

Tupok na tupok ang Honda TMX tricycle na ito na siyang sinasakyan ng biktimang si Kag. Guillermo de Guzman
ng Brgy. Bagong Sikat, na pauwi na sa sana mula sa lamay at libing ng kanyang kapatid. Sa umanoy kalasingan,
sumalpok ang motorsiklo ni de Guzman sa isang poste ng kuryente hanggang sa magliyab ito kasama ang biktima
na binawian noon din ng buhay. Photos supplied by Alicia Rescue 531

PLGU opens Paskua Ditoy Nueva Vizcaya


BAYOMBONG, Nueva
Vizcaya The provincial government here recently opened its Christmas offering and celebration at the provincial capitol in this town.
Dubbed Paskua
Ditoy Nueva Vizcaya,

it showcases the conduct


of Simbang Gabi, Lighting of the Giant Christmas
Tree, Chorale and Lantern Competition and
Musical Pyrotechnics
Show.
We are inviting everyone to witness and be

a part of this Christmas


celebration in our provincial capitol grounds,
Maybelle
Blossom
Dumlao-Sevillena, provincial administrator said.
The program is expected to draw participants from the provincial

government, national
government agencies and
civil society organizations in the province.
The Capitol Family
Christmas Program will
also be held on December
22 at the provincial capitol. Ben Moses Ebreo

SAN AGUSTIN, Isabela Isang tunay na bayani ang


pagkilala sa isang BFP FO3
Rene Suguitan Pascua, 34
anyos, may asawa na
nagbuwis ng kanyang
buhay sa kanyang call of
duty.
Sa report ni OIC Chief
of Police PSI Michael
Esteban
sa
IPPO,
k a s a l u k u y a n g
nagpapatrulya sa kahabaan
ng Ilog Cagayan sa Brgy.
Masaya Sur, San Agustin,
Isabela si Pascua kasama
ang iba pang kasamahan.
Ayon
sa
ulat,
binabaybay umano ng mga
biktima ang ilog lalo na sa
mga binahang lugar
hanggang sa mapansin nila
ang isang mangingisdang si
Romeo Luis na kung saan
nabalalak ang kanyang
bangka sa mga makapal na
sanga ng nabuwal na kahoy.
Gayunman, sa kabila
ng tagumpay na rescue efforts ng BFP team, bigla
umanong minalas at
mismong bangka na nila
ang biglang tumaob sa lakas
ng tubig baha sa Cagayan
River sanhi ng tuloy-tuloy
na buhos ng ulan sa matagal
na panahon.

Sa progress report na
tinanggap ng Isabela Police
Headquarters, ilang concern citizen ang nakapansin
sa palutang luting na
bangkay ng isang lalaki sa
kahabaan ng Alicaocao,
Cauayan City.
Una ng napabalitang
missing si FO3 Pascua ng
kanyang mga kasamahan
noong December 29 ng
hapon pasado alas singko
na ng hapon matapos ang
mapait na trahedya.
December 31, 2016
pasado alas 9 ng umaga
naman ng marekober ang
labi ni FO3 Pascua sa
bahagi nan g Cagayan River
sa Brgy. Alicaocao,
Cauayan City, Isabela.
Mismong ang kanyang
kaanak ang kumilala sa
nalunod na miyembro ng
bumbero na naka-assigned
sa BFP San Agustin,
Isabela.
Hinangaan din ng
kanyang kababayan at
kabaro ni FO3 Pascua sa
kanyang ipinamalas na
pagsagip sa kaligtasan sa
isang nangangailangan ng
tulong mula sa isang
bumbero. .jgd Valley Hot
News

December 12 - 18, 2016

These are the few guest and visitors and friends who partake the prepared foods with fruits and lechon cum drinks to create more happiness during the celebration of
KN Cellphone Center and Phoenix Fuels get tother Christmas Party given by spouses Eldwin and Malou Blanco at Patul Road. Valley Hot News lensman, jgd

KN cellphone Center and Phoenix


fuels group sinalubong ang Pasko
at New Year, may bagong pag-asa
PATUL ROAD, Santiago City - Bagamat may ups and down ng lahat ng
company big, medium ang small enterprises sa bansa, marami ang
kompanyang sakup ng medium at small scale ang lalong apektado ng
pagbagsak ng ekonomiya bunsod ng walang katiyakan sa presyo ng mga
petrolyo sa pandaigdigang merkado.

Masyadong volatile,
magalaw ang presyo ng lahat
ng bilihin sa sandaling
magbago at gumalaw ang
pandaigdigang merkado,
ibig sabihin lahat sapul din
ang presyo ng mga bilihin,

gulay, bigas, karne at


anumang pagkain hanggang
sa presyo ng spare parts ng
sasakyan ito ang naging
pagtaya ng business sectors
kung kaya sumusunod sila sa

...sundan sa p./7

Solid and Happy Family of KN and Phoenix Fuels: Mr. and Ms. Eldwin and Malou Blanco shared happy moments with their daugthers, employees, buddies of KN
Cellphone Centers and Phoenix Fuels along Patul Road. Their affairs was coupled with dances such as shown here and videoke sing-along among their employees until
past midnight. Valley Hot News lensman, jgd