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Two years for PECO to hold on

HAS Panay Electric Co. (PECO) found a formula to keep itself empowered as electricity distributor in Iloilo City?The unfortunate reality...

Random thoughts on aging

ONCE a week, I meet with two fellow senior citizens, Pol Causing and Melvin de Leon and; and near-senior Bong Gustilo over coffee. Almost...

Boosting Iloilo’s tourism, industrialization

HATS off to Department of Tourism (DOT) regional director Helen Catalbas and Iloilo City tourism officer Junel Ann Divinagracia, whose persistent efforts to attract local...

Weathering the ‘storms’ of life

THANK God tropical storm “Jenny” was moving out of the Philippine area of responsibility when I was writing this yesterday. The weatherman on TV...

Treñas for smooth PECO-to-MORE transition

“LEVEL up! Level up!”We often hear Mayor Jerry P. Treñas shout those words in addressing the people of Iloilo City, echoing...

The house on Harvard Street

WHY did Panay Electric Co. (PECO) choose the Regional Trial Court (RTC Branch 209) as venue in which to file a civil case questioning...

A charter city for 82 years

COME Sunday, Aug. 25, Iloilo City will mark its 82nd anniversary as “charter city” without much pageantry – unlike last year when the city...

PECO’s overdue exit in sight?

THAT statement would preferably have ended with a period rather than a question mark. But due to the protracted refusal of Panay Electric Co....

Growing up with the radio

I WAS three years old in 1953 when I first heard the radio in our barangay in San Jose, Antique. My father had brought...

Seafaring is not always fun

MY brother Randy is a seaman. Whenever he comes home from nine months at sea, he looks thinner. He spends most of his vacation...

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