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Dacawi: Wanting of jeepney service
IF NOT for my health condition, there would be no reason for me to complain over the poor or lack of jeepney service along the route to and from Maria Basa here in Baguio. For one under four times-a-week dialysis, ...
From 667 days ago
Dacawi: What the weather brings
(This piece found print nine years ago, and Rhoda’s family still comes to mind, especially when it pours.-RD) When it rains, Rhoda Boquiren comes to mind. She’s that forty-something mother of five moving up and down Session Road. When she’s lucky enough, ...
From 688 days ago
Dacawi: Perennials keeping Baguio’s status as flower city
(In the after-glow of the annual Baguio Flower Festival, we recall a piece celebrating what remains of the city’s blooms that is struggling to restore its image as the “Flower Garden City” of the Philippines. More than a plaint, it ...
From 695 days ago
Dacawi: The original Askals
(Continued from Feb. 3, 2018) ROBERTO went on to join La Salle’s college team. The Baguio squad went on collecting more championship trophies with unbreakable regularity, mostly seven-aside and beach football titles for lack of regular, 11-a-side tournaments in a ...
From 703 days ago
Dacawi: The Baguio spirit in the year of the dog
DOCTOR Charles Cheng, the Baguio boy and physician, must be smiling ear-to-ear from up there in the great newsroom in the sky. His vision to make the Chinese New Year an annual unifying celebration for Baguio has taken roots, with ...
From 709 days ago
Beneco advisory council formed
THE BOARD of directors of the Bengeut Electric Cooperative has approved the formation of a multi-sectoral electrification advisory council (MSEAC) federation as a support group in its institutional strengthening through information and education campaigns. Former Punong barangay Eva Marie Fianza of ...
From 720 days ago
Former karate champion continues humanitarian pilgrimage
ALMOST as routinary yet well-executed as the kata or formal exercises in traditional karate he does like a daily morning prayer, former world martial arts champion Julian Chees recently came home for a humanitarian pilgrimage of reaching out to indigent ...
From 721 days ago
Dacawi: Saving Baguio’s historical legacy
BEFORE everything gets lost, Baguio must flex its right to save what remains of the vestiges of its history that tell all and sundry that this once remote upland had to be built to enable all and sundry to enjoy ...
From 724 days ago
Dacawi: Apology after the storm
(About nine years ago this month, I wrote this piece about what many may call a rarity in government, someone I had the honor of working with at City Hall, especially during those nights when the storm is on us. ...
From 731 days ago
Dacawi: In memoriam: The power of presence
WE CANNOT and must not miss the anniversary date – January 25, 2015 - a day of tragedy when many Cordillera warriors under the Special Action Force (SAF) of the Philippine National Police (PNP) fell in the Mamasapano. This piece ...
From 738 days ago