Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines Tuesday, November 6, 2012
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Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. and wife, Marilyn (2nd and 4th from left), with the five outstanding Negrenses -  Romeo Reyes Belmonte, Araceli “Bukay” Garcia Ramos, Randy Nervez  Gamboa standing in for aunt Corazon Juliano Soliman, Dr. Cecilia Dreyfus Del Castillo and Antonio Agustin “Tony Boy” Montilla Escalante (l-r)
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NPC bets withdraw;
No big deal: Alvarez


The candidate for mayor of the Nationalist People’s Coalition and five others running for councilor of Sagay City, have filled affidavits withdrawing the certificates of candidacy they filed before the Commission on Elections.

Earlier, six NPC candidates for councilor in Cadiz City also withdrew their CoCs.

NPC gubernatorial candidate Genaro Alvarez Jr. yesterday said he was not aware of the withdrawal of CoCs, but anyone is free to do so, this is a free country.moremoremore

2 killed in bike mishaps

The husband of a journalist and a call center agent were killed in motorcycle-related accidents in Bacolod City Sunday.

Senior Police Officer 1 Joey Mira, traffic investigator, said Dilyno Dulla, 41, of San Dionesio Subdivision, Brgy. Granada, was heading west of North Capitol road when his motorcycle collided with a Kia Sedan that was heading south of Lacson Street at about 2 p.m.

The Kia Sedan was driven by Joseph Brian Naguimbing, 30, also of San Dionesio Subdivision.moremoremore

Guv lauds world
class talents

Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. yesterday lauded the world class talents and dedication to service of Negrenses, that, he said, with unity of purpose similar to that of the Cinco de Noviembre heroes 114 years ago, can bring the province to the top of the world.

Marañon and his wife, Marilyn, led in honoring the five outstanding Negrenses at the 114th Cinco de Noviembre rites at the provincial Capitol Social Hall last night.

Honored were Social Welfare and Development Secretary Corazon Juliano Soliman for public service, Antonio Agustin “Tony Boy” Montilla Escalante for culinary arts and business, Dr. Cecilia Dreyfus Del Castillo for women empowerment and microfinance, Araceli “Bukay” Garcia Ramos for community health service, and Romeo Reyes Belmonte for agriculture.

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