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‘Kapag Barya Ang Inutang’

Published in Palabra De Honor
Monday, 17 February 2014 00:00
  By Amy Almosa       Investors are very much welcome here in our dear province. They are one of the indexes of development especially if they are doing clean and honest business meaning.
This means they should have no shortchanges; and no candies in lieu of the coins. Since when candies be...

Street Names

Published in Flashback
Monday, 17 February 2014 00:00
    By Bienvenido Cortes       Luna Novicio Street. Many Capiznons knew that there is a street in Roxas City named Luna Novicio which intersects McKinley, Magallanes, Legaspi and Burgos Streets.   But do they know who was it named after?
It was named after Dr. Jose Luna y Novic...

Notes on Valentine’s Day

Published in Flashback
Monday, 10 February 2014 00:00
    By Bienvenido Cortes     Every Filipinos know that Valentine’s Day is celebrated every 14th day of February of each year. More known as a day for lovers, this day is the Feast of Saint Valentine in the liturgical celebration in the early Christian saints named Valentinus.
Rosalie Marie ...

Almost Missed Guam

Published in Now & Then
Monday, 10 February 2014 00:00
    By Rev. Fr. Rey Villanoy     The moment my cousin Wing arrived from the States on January 12, she surprised me saying: “Maadto ta sa Guam!” Of course, I have been longing to visit this place, an isolated island in the Pacific and depending on the type of aircraft one is taking; it is just a fe...

On My Reading List

Published in Cents & Sensibility
Monday, 10 February 2014 00:00
By Christian Acevedo   I have been reading about financial planning a lot lately because I really think that now is the best time to kick-start saving and investing for my future. I found Retire on Less Than You Think (revised edition, 2004) book at a second-hand bookstore and I readily grabbed it! This book is actua...

Trash Talk

Published in Editorial
Monday, 03 February 2014 00:00
In recent weeks, after the tragic chapter in the lives of the Capiznons named Yolanda, things have started looking up in our part of the world. Out of the million dollars worth of relief goods, services and pledges poured in to the Philippines by many foreign countries and countless nongovernment entities, we have realized ...

United Sikhs: A Ray of Light

Published in Palabra De Honor
Monday, 03 February 2014 00:00
  By Amy Almosa       A ray of light idea came to mind when Mr. Rishiwant Singh Radhewa, a member the United Sikhs, told me that he dreamed of owning a lighthouse. In response, I told him I would give my light and put it in his house so he could have his dream(light) house.
Capizmanwa, each...

JPL: Para Sa Tawo, Para Sa Capiz

Published in Palabra De Honor
Monday, 27 January 2014 00:00
  By Amy Almosa       Capizmanwa, these past few days we have seen how Joel P. Longares has gone about the province of Capiz to distribute the relief goods that he singlehandedly solicited in the United states where his business (Atlas Shippers) is located.
As a refresher to those who have ...

Public Servants? Hello!?

Published in Palabra De Honor
Monday, 20 January 2014 00:00
  By Amy Almosa       Capizmanwa, we have so many public officials who are supposedly elected to serve the interests of the people. But are they really serving the public or their own pockets? Pag sure, oy!
Typhoon Yolanda was an acid test to everyone especially to the elected pocket servan...

An Indispensable Happiness

Published in The Good Life
Monday, 13 January 2014 00:00
  By Megs Lunn       “Happy people are those people who starts investing time, love and patience on others; the unhappy are still wondering how the worlds going to make them happy.”   When you know you are happy, you feel at peace. But if your life is in disarray because you have so man...