Luzon Morning Sun

ELECTRIC COOPS PROTEST PHASE OUT MOVE

by : Ramon Dacawi BAGUIO CITY — The country’s electric cooperatives came out last Feb. 14 in protest over a recent recommendation  of Energy Secretay Alfonso Cusi to revoke the franchises of 17 ailing coops “without undergoing due process”. Here, the Benguet Electric...

STUDY ON ‘BANGAW’ TO AID PH FORENSICS

By Allyster A. Endozo, DOST–STII In a landmark feat, experts from the University of the Philippines Diliman have established baseline data on the country’s blow fly population. With key information on their distribution, identity, and growth rates, local forensic...

DORM FOR AETA STUDENTS OPENS IN CAPAS

By Cherie Joyce V. Flores CAPAS, Tarlac -- Municipal government of Capas opened a dormitory for Aeta students. Located in Sitio Bilad of barangay O'Donnell, the facility has two rooms wherein each can accommodate approximately 40 students. “It will be utilized by our...

GUN FOR HIRE ARRESTED IN ILOCOS SUR

CAMP BGEN OSCAR M FLORENDO — Police authorities in Ilocos Sur have arrested a gun for hire suspect in a drug buy-bust operation conducted over the week. Police Chief Superintendent Romulo E. Sapitula, Regional Director, identified the suspect as Marvin Y. Macugay, 30...

TARLAC STATE U TOPS CRIMINOLOGY LICENSURE EXAM

TARLAC CITY — Tarlac State University (TSU) was ranked as the top-performing school in the December 2018 Criminologist Licensure Examination with a passing rate of 98.25 percent, besting 575 other schools in the country. “We have produced 56 new criminologists out of...

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