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BPPO records 2,435 crime incidences in Benguet

BPPO records 2,435 crime incidences in Benguet
Written by Community Reflections on 2014-03-22


BPPO records 2,435 total crime incidences in Benguet

- Juanito Ulman

The record of the Benguet Provincial Police Office (BPPO) in Camp Bado, Dangwa shows that the total number of committed crimes of any kind in Benguet from January to August 2013 reached 2,435.

On the record, La Trinidad has the highest crime incidence at 1,565 followed by Itogon with 288; and Tuba with 173. On the other...(Read More)

LT People’s Struggle on the bizarre weather

LT People’s Struggle on the bizarre weather
Written by Community Reflections on 2014-03-22


LT People’s Struggle on the bizarre weather

- Joyce Ann Palada

Living in this changing world is a struggle. We live in a community that is experiencing sudden changes in weather. For example, the day starts cold and the next of the day goes on so hot. Because of this, many citizens are getting sick and feeling uncomfortable. Not only that but most of them become lazy to wake up in the morning...(Read More)

Of Plastic Bag Ban Implementation

Of Plastic Bag Ban Implementation
Written by Community Reflections on 2014-03-22


Of Plastic Bag Ban Implementation

-Joyce Ann Palada

From our bare hands, we can hold and carry things without any hesitation. One of the things we carry is plastic bags.

Looking back the time of our forefathers, there were no plastic bags for keeping things together. This contributed to a clean and green pasture which made our forefathers lived longer than of today’s short life span. But...(Read More)

Returning to the Traditional Way of Farming

Returning to the Traditional Way of Farming
Written by Community Reflections on 2014-03-22


Returning to the Traditional Way of Farming

- Mary Jor Maguide

A well-known passage “health is wealth” constructed by health enthusiasts a long time ago is very much alive up to now. It is also associated with the advocacy of the Local Government Unit and the Department of Agriculture which is “Go Organic”.

Many years ago, our ancestors had been producing vegetables enough for the...(Read More)

Life in a chicken coop

Life in a chicken coop
Written by Community Reflections on 2014-03-22


Life in a chicken coop

- May Songaben

Dawn still painted the atmosphere. Morning dew filled the window pane. The chilly breeze hypnotizes the community folks to dream a little longer. Brewing coffee is their way to win over the battle of coldness.
They must rise while most are still asleep; work on the chicken coop is calling them. They could not refuse nor turn lazy because it means food...(Read More)

The LT Environment of Discipline

The LT Environment of Discipline
Written by Community Reflections on 2014-03-22


The LT Environment of Discipline

What makes La Trinidad sick up to now?
Traffic jam anytime of the day, piled garbage along the roadsides, and of course, people who are either really blind or unconsciously blind to road signs imposed around the valley. This is a tenet description which La Trinidad is also known for aside from its farms of strawberries.

Cars around the valley are observed to...(Read More)

Plastic bag: solution or aggravator

Plastic bag: solution or aggravator
Written by Community Reflections on 2014-03-22


Scrapping the Plastic Bag: A solution or an aggravator
Plastic bags are undeniably helpful in our daily lives as they make carrying and packing things a lot easier. On the other hand, plastic bags also have negative effects to the environment.
Despite its being cheap, durable and handy, various ordinances and laws are being implemented to address the increasing number of plastic bags used which...(Read More)

BSU pushed for strawberry farm market improvement

BSU pushed for strawberry farm market improvement
Written by Community Reflections on 2014-03-22


BSU pushed for strawberry farm market improvement

Benguet State University (BSU) implements its project in adding 50 more stalls at the strawberry farm market area Kilometer 6 La Trinidad Benguet to address the request of the residents of the market while getting ready for the Panagbenga and La Trinidad Strawberry festival.

The additional 50 stalls at the market was proposed by Dr. Johny...(Read More)

Agronomic Crops face risks against Cold Season

Agronomic Crops face risks against Cold Season
Written by Community Reflections on 2014-03-22


Agronomic Crops face risks against Cold Season
Evolution of new pests, plant diseases and the decrease in crop yield are some of the effects of the cold season in La Trinidad. This dilemma affects the vegetable production and food security that takes a toll on farmers’ livelihood.
Based on a research conducted by the Benguet State University-Institute of Social Research and Development (BSU-ISRD)...(Read More)





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