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AT 6:30 p.m. of May 25, 2017, was an unbelievably chaotic time for us.
Almost everyone in the house was having a disagreement with someone else, and it was nerve wracking.Read more
CITING the need to establish a mechanism that would raise the quality, standards and marketability of locally made products, City Councilor Leandro Yangot Jr.Read more
THE Baguio Flower Festival more popularly known as “Panagbenga” might have some major changes next year.Read more
I GOT married to my wife in January some 26 years ago, first by a justice of the court and later, the pastor of a church.
During our first 10 years of marriage, my wife practically taught me what it is like to be a married man.Read more