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LA CARLOTA CITY, April 23, 2024 – The 42nd Pasalamat Festival Invitational Tournament reached its exhilarating climax, painting the gymnasium of La Carlota City with the vibrant hues of table tennis excellence. With paddles poised and hearts racing, players across various categories etched their names into the annals of table tennis history with a display of skill,
La Carlota City is buzzing with excitement for the 42nd Pasalamat Festival Table Tennis Invitational, set to unfold at the City Gymnasium-2 from April 19th to 21st, 2024. This event, organized by the La Carlota City Sports and Development Office and led by Tournament Manager Coach Stephen Andrew Timson, invites table tennis enthusiasts to participate in a series of
Sa temprano nga oras sang aga sang Enero 12, 2024, mga 5:55 AM, ang Janiuay Municipal Police Station (MPS) Special Drug Enforcement Team (SDET), nga gin buylogan sang Iloilo Provincial Police Office Provincial Drug Enforcement Unit (IPPO PDEU) kag ang 603rd Company, Regional Mobile Force Battalion 6, nagdakop kay Jacinto Gazo Jr. y Belonio sa […]
In a triumphant display of academic prowess, Criz Vinz Corpus Tomboc, an Ilonggo graduate of West Visayas State University - Lapaz, emerged as the topnotcher in the November 2023 Philippine Nurses Licensure Examination with an exceptional rating of 91.00%. Tomboc's stellar achievement, along with the impressive performances of fellow West Visayas State University graduates
ILOILO CITY, October 19, 2023 – In a stunning move set to electrify the airwaves, the 5K Broadcasting Network Inc. proudly welcomes the esteemed Kabanderang Jun Capulot, a high-caliber anchorman with a legacy of excellence, to their team. Ilonggo and Ilongga listeners alike are in for an exhilarating treat as Mr. Capulot launches his new […]
In a somber turn of events on September 10, 2023, tragedy struck at the CMJ Agri-Venture in Iloilo City. Darwin Ginarangan, a 30-year-old driver hailing from Escalante, Negros Occidental, met an untimely demise when he was shot twice in the head with a .40 caliber firearm. The assailant, identified as 27-year-old John Mark Cabuyao from Bacolod City, allegedly approached