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Panglao diving tragedy Provincial Board probes into US cop’s death
by Angeline Valencia and Ric V. Obedencio - August 7, 2016 - 12:00am
The Bohol Provincial Board has started an investigation into the death of a member of the Dallas (Texas) Police Department in the US, and the injury of fellow American, who were hit by a speedboat while they were...
Chatto junks ‘vigilante’ tag in series of shootings
by Angeline Valencia and Ric V. Obedencio - September 1, 2015 - 10:00am
Governor Edgar Chatto dismissed insinuations that a vigilante group has been behind the series of shooting incidents, of which most of the victims were known law offenders in illegal drugs, theft and robbery.
Officials alarmed over illegal drugs in schools
by Angeline Valencia and Ric V. Obedencio - October 9, 2014 - 12:00am
Invasion of illegal drugs in schools of Bohol has reached to an alarming level, according to Provincial Schools Division Superintendent Wilfredo Bongalos, who admitted reports about shabu being sneaked into campuses...
LP mayoralty bet nabbed for guns, Tension grips Bohol towns: 4 dead in 7 shooting incidents
by Angeline Valencia and Ric V. Obedencio - May 9, 2013 - 12:00am
Following the arrest of a mayoralty bet in Buenavista town for a cache of firearms found and seized allegedly from his compound, and the spate of election-related violent incidents in various towns had raised the...
Bohol’s elusive escapee nabbed in Misamis Or
by Angeline Valencia and Ric V. Obedencio - February 21, 2013 - 12:00am
Nine months in hiding after the daring escape from the Bohol District Jail, inmate Exequiel Aniscal finally fell to the hands of the authorities in Misamis Oriental.
Police recapture two jailbreakers
by Angeline Valencia and Ric V. Obedencio - December 20, 2012 - 12:00am
Freedom of the two city jail detainees, who bolted jail last Monday (Dec. 17), was short-lived after they were arrested the day after and put behind bars again.
Bohol floods leave 2 dead, P3M agri losses
by Angeline Valencia and Ric V. Obedencio - January 30, 2011 - 12:00am
The weather in Bohol yesterday was fair but the past four days of continuous rain left the province with two deaths from floods, landslides and hundreds of hectares of rice fields racking up damages amounting to...
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