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A BAGUIO City councilor is proposing an ordinance prescribing regulations for fun runs and other foot races in the city.
THE National Scouting Month celebration kicked off last October 1 in Baguio City with a parade of scouts.
As part of the celebration, 60 Girl and Boy Scouts were chosen to take over the city government officials for a day.
RIBSUAN BRIDGE in Naguillan Road has been closed for repairs.
The bridge was damaged by Typhoon Mario in August 2014.
FIFTY-NINE couples in Baguio City were married in a mass wedding last September 29 as part of the observance of Family Week.
POLICE in Buguias town, Benguet, arrested a man after he tried to sell shabu to a police officer posing as a buyer.
THE committee on transportation in the House of Representatives has approved the proposed Bill of Rights for airline passengers.
THE Tam-Awan Village gallery is featuring “CanTuna,” the works of 14 artists belonging to the Manila based group, Omega.
The exhibit opened last Saturday and will run until November 6.
INDIGENOUS Peoples are now in the mainstream.
The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) launched a television documentary in a bid to reach the greater audience.
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