Heart attack

By Tedler D. Depaynos, MD Our engineer coffee mate whom we have not seen for quite some time apparently has lost weight and his handsome face appears thinner and his neck seems to have grown longer. When we ordered coffee for him he preferred a bottle of alcoholized water because he said he missed it for quite sometime. It was […]

Read more

Going home

By Atty. Antonio P. Pekas Lake Danum (to the iSagada) or Lake Banao (to the iBesao) is not really a lake. It is just a pond for cattle. While the surrounding is still lush with trees and other vegetation, it is now commercialized. There are enterprising people who go there with their tables selling fishball, shomai, champorado, bottled water, among […]

Read more

Martial arts, sports and others

By Joel B. Belinan It’s been eight years since the last time I wrote a column. Yes it was also in this paper titled Outdoor Bound. That column was basically dedicated to outdoor sports particularly the wide and wild world of the outdoors, mountaineering and all their derivatives like spelunking, hiking/trekking, bouldering, bushwhacking, among others. After eight years of being […]

Read more

Tourism as an election issue

By Anthony A. Araos Even it is near set point in a volleyball game, I’m withholding the answer to the previous query: What is the second top destination in Ifugao? I’d simply like to arrive at the right answer at the right time. Possibly, in the next commentary I will give you the answer. Anyhow, a friend of mine even […]

Read more

Prophets and Disciples

by Rev. Canon David B. Tabo-oy 34″O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, but you were not willing! 35Look, your house is left to you desolate. I tell you, you will not see me […]

Read more

Phil-IRI data missing (Last of a series)

By Estanislao Albano, Jr. It is very evident from the foregoing account that generally speaking, the DepEd is not serious about achieving the purpose of the tests which is to know the current reading proficiency of pupils for purposes of instituting the appropriate interventions in cases where such are warranted. While in documents about the program reading is hailed as […]

Read more

Post-op adhesions

By Tedler D. Depaynos, MD It was just incidental when I met a male town mate at the Emergency Room who migrated and settled in a nearby province because of a wider and more irrigated farm land. They came to enjoy the festivities of the city when he developed a bloated abdomen accompanied by severe pain which started 3 days […]

Read more

Scams victimizing OFWs

By Atty. Antonio P. Pekas I know I had committed to write on some subject matters, but this one is urgent. So things have to be postponed. There is an ongoing scam in Baguio City victimizing OFWs. This one has been going on for years already but the scammer had a new corporate name– as in same dog with a […]

Read more

The second top destination in Ifugao

By Anthony A. Araos Visiting the CAR is incomplete if Ifugao is not in the itinerary. What’s the top destination in Ifugao? Many are saying it is Banaue because of its world-renowned rice terraces. What’s the second top destination in the province? Take your pick: Mayoyao, Hungduan, Kiangan or Asipulo. I even heard someone asserting that it is Tinoc. I’ll […]

Read more
1 2 3 70