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Blast kills 2, hurt 12 in Trinidad Day

Headlines News on September 3rd, 2014 | 2 Comments

High on drugs and drunk, a 22-year-old farmer ruined the Foundation Day revelry of Trinidad on Monday when the hand grenade he lobbed at a person in the public market area exploded, killing two persons and injuring a dozen others.

Trinidad chief of police, PSInsp. Aldrin Villacampa, identified the suspect as one Dinoberto Fuentes, a resident of Purok 7 in barangay San Vicente, Trinidad and a member of Talibon-Trinidad Integrated Farmers Association (TTIFA).

The suspect had a drinking spree nearby the public market and even showed off the hand grenade, but his friends just took it for granted.

According to the accounts of some witnesses, his friends went home ahead of him.

When already alone, the suspect allegedly had an altercation with another person at the public market, and he aimed the hand grenade at the person.

The incident occurred at around 4:30 p.m. on September 1 wherein three of the 12 persons injured were in critical condition.

Bystanders in the vicinity of the public market in Trinidad subdued the suspect and mauled him, then the barangay tanods responded before the police team arrived to arrest him.

POLITICAL WILL Panglao mayor signs salvage zone order

Headlines News on August 31st, 2014 | No Comments

POLITICAL WILL Panglao mayor signs salvage zone order Prodded by political will, the municipal administration marked Panglao’s fiesta celebration with the signing of a landmark executive order, enforcing the mandatory salvage zone along the shorelines of the tourist town, a measure that once sparked debate with resort owners in the past. Mayor Leonila Montero pointed […]

New bishop installed

Headlines News on August 27th, 2014 | 3 Comments

New bishop installed By WENNY REYES (DYZD-Ubay) TALIBON. Most Reverend Patrick Daniel Y. Parcon, D.D. was installed yesterday as the new bishop of the Diocese of Talibon vice Mons. Christian Vincent F. Noel, the premier bishop of the said diocese which is now on its 28th year since its creation wayback in 1986. In his […]

Cop’s killer slain at checkpoint

Headlines News on August 24th, 2014 | 6 Comments

In less than 48 hours, cops neutralized the notorious drug ring hitman in a checkpoint shootout in barangay Tabajan, Guindulman shorly after 8 o’clock last night. Cops manning the checkpoint hit Artemio Tare Jr., also known as Junjun or Bejun, 32, at the back of his head when the latter tried to flee after disembarking […]

Guv still weighing stand on cha-cha

Headlines News on August 20th, 2014 | No Comments

Charter change, if there is any material move, could more likely be focused on economic provisions than talking about term extension. This is according to Gov. Edgar Chatto, who admitted that he himself is still to check the real score in the much talked-about changes in the Constitution pushed by some groups. The governor, however, […]

4 drug lords killed, 1 jailed

Frontpage, Headlines News on August 17th, 2014 | 1 Comment

The relentless drive against drug trafficking has netted the top five drug personalities in the province, four killed and one jailed. The unprecedented crackdown which resulted to a decline in drug operations was attributed to the assumption of Col. Dennis P. Agustin as provincial director of the Philippine National Police (PNP) based at Camp Dagohoy. […]

LMP Sows Intrigue Anew

Headlines News on August 13th, 2014 | 1 Comment

Short of prudence, the circumstances in the take-over of a new leadership to run the League of Municipalities of the Philippines-Bohol chapter rocked the boat anew. The fresh squabble cropped up after Gov. Edgar Chatto had sworn in the town mayors elected from the position of executive vice president down to the members of the […]

Gas stations defy rollback

Headlines News on August 13th, 2014 | 1 Comment

For two instances already, the price rollback had been defied by gas stations in the city amid mounting public awareness in the fuel price trending. Twice had the oil companies reduced prices this month, but twice also that motorists fell victims of defying gas stations. This week’s round of rollback took effect at 12:01 a.m. […]

Drug ring kills pusher

Frontpage, Headlines News on August 10th, 2014 | No Comments

Drug ring kills pusher The relentless drive against the drug trade claimed another life as syndicate members are now running against each other due to the business angle behind drug trafficking here. The latest casualty who was a drug user-turned-pusher was later known by the police as the mastermind of the “bukas-kotse” gang operating in […]

Guv surprised on delisting of churches from heritage

Headlines News on August 6th, 2014 | No Comments

Guv surprised on delisting of churches from heritage Still half way to overcoming in tourism flap from the stigma of having been hit by a calamity, Bohol has been stripped of the slot in the Unesco World Heritage nomination. While new Philippine sites had been eyed for the World Heritage List of the United Nations […]

Digital Archive of Bohol Chronicle front pages from May 16, 1954 to present

The Bohol Chronicle celebrates its 60th anniversary on May 16, 2014 and this website is launched as a digital archive of all the front pages of the leading Boholano newspaper. Go back in time and read the history of Bohol in this unique archive which is another pioneering project by the Bohol Chronicle Radio Corporation and Auza.Net, the technology company that made this possible.
The inaugural issue of the Bohol Chronicle.
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