Thursday, June 09, 2005

The Freeman Stories

President Arroyo is moving quickly to blunt an anticipated move by militant partylist and opposition members of the House of Representatives to have her impeached.

Talisay folk told to pray for Tomas
Talisay City Vice Mayor Aberdovey Belleza has called on Talisaynons to unite and pray for the enlightenment of the revengeful attitude of Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña against them.

Fire hits 5 biz firms
An hour-long fire hit five business establishments on Manalili and El Filibusterismo Streets last night.

SC clears PAL on employee dismissal

Low-income towns oppose increase in real property taxes

Another Salcon blue guard killed

Boy kills brother over dried fish

FROM JAPANESE OIL FIRM: Tañon fishermen get compensation

FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC MARKET: Teddy to renew loan application with LBP

Council wants additional teachers in upland brgys

SRP cable wire thief arrested

Talisay meat inspector to face probe over fake inspection certificates

Mordeno backs bill moving school opening to September

Rattan employees strike ends with MOA signing

Cebuanos attest to healer's work

RAPE VICTIM?: Lapu-Lapu school girl, 15, found dead

Journalist's wife tags cop in husband's slay

30 towns sign up against "Sugbo-ak"

Vigilantes score anew

Council to decide on land swap deal

Muslims here now have own cemetery

Tom luring OceanJet to SRP

HRRAC sportsfest set June 19 at CCSC

Mercado, Jake top slalom tilt in Pabol

Pagdanganan to inspect SEAG venues here today

Spurs vs. Pistons

CECABA All Stars to play series of friendly games

Tuñacao denies internet report

Business firm official now a high school grad


There is a plot that is part of the fad


E.C. Dioko: Classes even with signal no.1? DedEd Secretary must have been ill-advised
'When bureaucracy is overly centralized the result is palpak management.'

Aven Piramide: On the highly urbanized Cebu City (Second of 2 parts)
'The time has not come for us to consider our metropolis being downgraded to being a component city of Cebu province.'

Cherry Piquero-Ballescas: Minus 33
'Will jueteng charges depose PGMA and her family? Will PGMA join the league of ousted presidents? Will she be the 3rd after Marcos and Estrada?'

Valeriano S. Avila: Why we need to change our constitution
With seven out of eight Congressmen raring to do the cha-cha or change the constitution is good news for us Cebuanos who have grown tired and weary of the efforts by most of them to break up the Province of Cebu, which only shows that we Cebuanos are disunited.

Leo Lastimosa: Duha ka Gary
Karong nigawas na si Edgar Ruado, nga nagpailang maoy "Gary" sa kontrobersiyal nga audio recordings uban nilang Presidente Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo ug First Gentleman Mike Arroyo, angay na bang tapuson ang kontrobersiya?

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