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Dolores, claims they stole spoons, forks, etc

celsoandfe008ORMOC CITY – A distant relative of the ruling Codilla family here has sued the barangay chairman of Dolores, the chief tanod, and 18 other barangay tanods at the city fiscal’s office here, for allegedly harassing his workers and for robbery, claiming that they lost some items and valuables when the workers were arrested on the evening of January 24, 2009.
Sued for alleged theft and grave coercion are Dolores barangay chairman Benedicto Taneo, chief tanod Richie Valle, and tanods Armando Baclayon, Paquito Paredes, Samuel Garciano, Fernando Antig, Cornelio Alicando, Antonio Jandoc, Saturnino Ruelo, Judito Senillo, Antonio Mendez Jr., Renato boca, Ricardo Perater, Proceso Bataluna, Antero Susada, Eduardo Calixtro, Agustin Senillo Jr., Elixberto Surima, Recardo Taneo and Emilo Benitez III. read more

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Youth Day Article (with editor’s note)

(This was an article which was supposed to be published December of last year yet. However, with the long heady holidays, it got buried in the files. Nonetheless, it is relevant now as it was on its supposed time for publication. The writer is Divina Joy Moreño, 24, a teacher and guidance counselor of the Western Leyte College. She has been a delegate for two World Youth Days already, the first one in Germany where she also wrote a piece for the EV Mail. –Editor)

The Youth of the World goes to Sydney
The biggest Eucharist with the Holy Father this year 2008 was last July 21 in Randwick City Australia during the 23rd World Youth Day. A witness to this spectacular event along with 200,000 young pilgrims, I have shared this experience to many a hundred of my fellow youth whom the church loves so much and for whom the church begun a tradition of international youth meetings. read more



TACLOBAN CITY – Leyte’s two festival contingents to the recently concluded Sinulog Festival in Cebu City came out as big winners, grabbing the grand prize spot and 5th place in the Free Interpretation (FI) category in the mardi gras dubbed as the Mother of all Festivals in the country.

Tribu Buyuganon of Abuyog, Leyte , with its interpretation of the “bees” and how they were converted to the faith of the Holy Child, got them the grand prize, frustrating defending champion Lumad Basakanon of Brgy. Basak, San Nicolas, Cebu which took second place. read more

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