“Saulog” street dancing perks up city as prelude to Friday’s fiesta event

City residents will see the colorful version of the "Saulog" street dancing in a much better venue and on a day that most people can get the time to watch the city's 15 barangays send their respective contingents for today's street dancing competition at the CPG Sports Complex.

City residents will see the colorful version of the “Saulog” street dancing in a much better venue and on a day that most people can get the time to watch the city’s 15 barangays send their respective contingents for today’s street dancing competition at the CPG Sports Complex.

The colorful “Saulog” street dancing competition will unfold at 3 o’clock this afternoon on what is expected to be a much improved version of a madre gras that Boholanos often see during fiesta celebrations. Continue reading

16-yr old BWS grad Crowned City Mutya

CITY's PRETTIEST. Mary Eda Cimafranca of Poblacion I bested other beauties representing the various barangays during the pageant night last Friday at the Bohol Wisdom School auditorium. She won three other special awards, best in production, best in gown and best in practical interview.

CITY’s PRETTIEST. Mary Eda Cimafranca of Poblacion I bested other beauties representing the various barangays during the pageant night last Friday at the Bohol Wisdom School auditorium. She won three other special awards, best in production, best in gown and best in practical interview.

Ms. Mary Eda Cimafranca of Poblacion I was crowned as the Mutya sa Tagbilaran 2015 during the pageant held at Bohol Wisdom School gym Friday night.

City Mayor John Geesnell Yap II and his first lady Jane Cajes-Yap, provincial and other officials graced the beauty and brain competition as a prelude to the annual celebration of the feast of St. Joseph, the Worker, patron saint of this city.  Continue reading

Bohol’s progress like a rocketship – Sec. Roxas

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Sec. Mar Roxas was again visible to the masses during his visit in Inabanga town last Thursday in which could be a prelude to his official pronouncement of his presidential ambition. With him are Gov. Edgar Chatto and Inabanga Mayor Roygie Jumamoy.

Secretary of the Interior and Local Government Mar Roxas lauded a united and committed Bohol on his latest visit to the province on Tuesday.

Holding out a drawing of a rocket ship presented to him by one of the pupils of Barangay Cogon Day Care Center in Inabanga, Roxas said the rocketship best symbolizes Bohol’s progress in its recovery, further proof that adversity brought out the best in the Boholanos. Continue reading