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Binaha Kami Niyan – Bagyong Glenda

I called my mom to say, hi, and also check her status in Brgy. Bibincahan, Sorsogon City. It was around 530pm. She told me that the water was rising and the level was above her ankle already. Considering that our … Continue reading

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Pili Nut Snack at Kultura

While trying to figure out what to bring to the states as pasalubong for my colleagues, friends and relatives, I found the Sorsogon’s Pili Nuts. I took more than a couple. I am proud to give this to my friends … Continue reading

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Bagatao and Sablayan Islands

According to Wikipedia article of Sorsogon City, the islands of Sablayan and Bagatao are under the supervision of the said local government. It doesn’t mention which barangay administers the said island.  Would anyone know? Dios mabalos!

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Sorsogon artists push for restoration of historical ancestral house via funshoot

  LEGAZPI CITY, July 3 (PIA) – The seat of government where the capital town of Sorsogon was born is now slowly dying and may soon be forgotten. This prompted the newest accredited visual arts arm of Sorsogon Arts Council … Continue reading

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Sorsogon organizes provincial sports council

LEGAZPI CITY, July 4 (PIA) – Recognizing the field of sports as major concern for human development, sports organizations and professionals in the province of Sorsogon organized recently the Sorsogon Council for Athletic Development (SCAD). Sorsogon provincial administrator Robert Lee-Rodrigueza … Continue reading

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Rare Eagles released in Sorsogon

SORSOGON, Sorsogon—The Energy Development Corp. Bacon-Manito Geothermal Project or BacMan released two Philippine Serpent Eagles and a Philippine Hawk Eagle into the wild in celebration of World Environment Day on Wednesday. The eagles, an endangered species, were released in EDC’s … Continue reading

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Orosipon: Talaga, Magkakaigwa na sin Tren sa Sorsogon??

This is an interesting article from Manny Villar – Integrated Luzon Railway Project. According to the government site, it’s just a feasibility study (meaning, it may or may not be built at all). One can remember the MRT lines 2 and … Continue reading

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‘Sorsogon power co-ops should prevent privatization attempts’

SORSOGON CITY, Sorsogon—Stakeholders of the two power-utility cooperatives operating in the province should strengthen their organizations’ management and finances to foil the conspiracy by local politicians of brokering electricity distribution service for private power firms, a priest said. Member-consumers of … Continue reading

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City Life vs Provincial Living

This is a heart-breaking story, but does drive a point that it can better to live in the province than to go for the big dream in the city. San nag-sideline ako sa mga saro na eskwelahan sa Sorsogon, ginhaput … Continue reading

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Lewis calls for “people power” to resolve electric coop woes

LEGAZPI CITY, June 23 (PIA) – Filipino-American businesswoman Loida Nicolas-Lewis, who also hailed from Sorsogon province, has rallied her fellow Sorsoganons to mount a sort of “people power” movement to help resolve the woes faced by the Sorsogon II Electric … Continue reading

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