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SINGER MOIRA dela Torre, the voice behind the successful revival of “Kahit Maputi na ang Buhok Ko” which was the theme song of top-grosser “The Hows of Us,” will be in Ormoc City on December 28, in a free concert for all to be held at the City Stage.

She will be performing together with the comic duo Divine Tentay and Iyah Mena and the Filipino reggae band “Tropical Depression.” Local artists will also be performing.

Moira, who disappointed fans from these parts a few months ago after “fake news” spread that she was coming for a concert, will finally visit Ormoc City in “Halad Pasalamat,” as part of the City’s year-end thanksgiving celebration for a fruitful 2018. The evening will be capped by a grand fireworks display. read more

Ormoc City hauls 7 awards

By Inka Sanchez

IT WAS a “hakot awards” week for Ormoc City. This week, Ormoc City was conferred seven awards, one in Malacañang and the others from the regional health office, including the coveted regional Red Orchid Award.

In Malacañang on December 5 in the afternoon, Mayor Richard Gomez and Rep. Lucy Torres-Gomez, together with social welfare officer Delia Corbo and city health officer Dr. Nelita Navales and the Ormoc Development Team, received the citation as one of 20 LGUs who are finalists to the Presidential Award for Child-Friendly Municipalities and Cities. read more

By Lalaine Marcos & Inka Sanchez

Newly minted “actor” Wesley Chu is seen posing with wife Mennen and colleagues from the Rotary Club of Ormoc Dr. Sandra Fiel-Chiong, Atty. Joy Mejia-Romero and Troy Bumagat with himself in the background in the movie.

THE MOVIE “Three Words to Forever”, top-billed by Mayor Rich-ard Gomez himself, the country’s bright-est young star Kath-ryn Bernardo, and the mayor’s former flame, megastar Sharon Cu-neta, is eliciting pride among Ormocanons who were once called “taga-bukid” by police officer Jovie Espinido for voting an actor into office. read more

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