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TIMESMAN| Someone who will follow my path

APRIL 15 was Black Saturday this past weekend. But on April 15, 1968 it falls on a Sunday, which was an Easter Sunday. I will forever remember this date because Virgie and I exchanged marriage vows

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TIMESMAN| Divorce issue

I AM now widowed yet I am still in support of the move of the Gabriela Women’s Partylist in refiling House Bill 2380

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TIMESMAN│The CEO needs to act now

OUR CITY councilors are urging the city’s public safety, fire, sanitary, and games amusement and recreation officials to conduct inspection on cockpit galleries,

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TIMESMAN │Like a broken record

THE WARNING of the Department of Education (DepEd) to public schools in the region not to collect fees of any sorts from students and parents as the schoolyear

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TIMESMAN| 15-30 employees

THE creation of Interim Ancillary Units (ASU) to address problems on city’s sidewalks, drainage lines, as well as manage

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TIMESMAN| Those were the days (Last of two parts)

BIRD HUNTING, aside from fishing, is also an outdoor hobby I have been missing since martial law.

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TIMESMAN| Those were the days

I MISSED those good old  days when we were fishing at Talicud Island and nearby surroundings of Samal Island now Island Garden City of Samal (IGACOS) with fellow Timesmen

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TIMESMAN| The Toyota affair

IN THE 57 years I have been attending parties, I’ve never experienced being double-checked or frisked from head to toe as the moment our car entered the venue

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TIMESMAN| Camp for honorables

MY WIFE Virgie is supposed to be 74 years old on Wednesday (March 1)  had she not died on Nov. 9, 2014.

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TIMESMAN| Matagal mamatay ang masamang damo

BAYANI was always branded as the black sheep in the family when he was still alive. Black sheep defined as a member of a family or group of whom the other members

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