FRONT PAGE PHOTOS – 2020

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STOP-Local officials of Bakun, Benguet led by Mayor Bill Raymundo and Vice Mayor Edward Buscol serve the Stoppage of Operation Order to the Hedcor, Inc. in its three hydropower plants operating in their area. The memorandum of agreement (MOA) between the company and Bakun expired after 25 years of operation but Mayor Raymundo is not closing the door for negotiation with the company for a new MOA for the operation of the power plants. Photo credits to Bakun LGU, 08/02/20

MISSING LINK – Benguet caretaker Congressman Erick Go Yap (6th from left) Mayor Clarita Sal-ongan (4th from left) DPWH-First Benguet District Engineer Ireneo S. Gallato (5th from left) cut the ribbon for the opening of a portion of the Taloy Norte-San Pascual road that is part of the Baguio-La Trinidad-Itogon-Sablan-Tuba-Tublay (BLISTT) outer ring circumferential road project . In photo are Vice Mayor Maria Carantes (3rd from left), Assistant District Engineer Benny Mendoza (7th from left) and the barangay officials of San Pascual and Taloy Norte. Joseph B. Manzano, 07/26/20
OPERATION RICE PLANTING-Members of the Kapangan Police Station prefer to help local farmers in Sitio Aso in Datakan in plant rice during the Police Community Relations celebration on the month of July. Photo credits to PNP Kapangan MPS, 0719/20
The bringing of a symbolic gong to all the provinces and cities in the Cordillera to drum up support to the region’s call for autonomy is cancelled this year due to COVID-19 pandemic. The Cordillera Day will be celebrated on July 15 with a theme “One Resilient Cordillera: Embracing the New Normal Towards Recovery, 07/12/20
Remains of the late Army Major Marvin Indammog arrives in his hometown in Kalinga, Friday, July 3, 2020. The army officer together with his three companions were slain in Sulu by police operatives on June 29. Photo by Tabuk Life, 07/05/20
Cordillera anti-narcotic operatives destroy nine plantation sites of fully grown marijuana plants in Barangays Loccong and Buscalan, Tinglayan, Kalinga on June 23-24, 2020. Almost 300,000 fully grown marijuana plants amounting to PHP 59,030,000.00 were destroyed on site. Photo credits to PDEA-CAR, 06/28/20
SAFETY FIRST-Underground workers of Philex Mining Corporation comply with health protocols against Coronavirus. The lockdown and strict implementation of health protocols shielded the mining community from COVID-19 until now. Joseph B. Manzano, 06/21/20
Police operatives of La Trinidad, Benguet secures confiscated construction materials and domestic animals from the Puguis Communal Forest. The municipal government under Mayor Romeo K. Salda implemented the court order for the demolition of illegal structures inside the protected forest. Photo by Joel C., 06/14/20
Dine in is now allowed in the City of Baguio but at a maximum of 50 percent seating capacity to maintain physical distancing. Some restaurant owners claimed that with the new set up, their business is not yielding profit. Photo by Joseph B. Manzano, 06/07/20
FISH STOCKING-Thousands of tilapia and carp fingerlings including post larvae freshwater prawn are seeded along the Kabarungan River in Brgy Capannikian, Pudtol, Apayao as part of the Balik Sigla sa Ilog at Lawa project of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources in Cordillera in coordination with the Local Government Unit of Pudtol in Apayao. Photo credits to BFAR Cordillera., 05/31/20
Baguio City business establishments adopt stringent health protection measures to prevent spread of the dreaded COVID-19. Retail establishments have been limiting the
number of people inside their facilities, implementing physical distancing and the wearing of face masks. JBM, 05/24/20
A worker from La Trinidad Trading Post is one of the backbones of the food supply during the enhanced community quarantine. The agriculture products in Cordillera Region augmented the relief food packs distributed to thousands of families not only in the region but also and the nearby regions in northern Luzon. Photo by JC, 05/17/20
NO TO CLOSURE- Baguio- Benguet media groups condemn the closure order of the National Telecommunications Commission against ABS-CBN. 05/10/20



Residents of the far flung barangays of Tacadang and Badeo in Kibungan and Kayapa in Bakun, Benguet receive food packs and vitamins from Benguet Legislative Caretaker and ACT-CIS Representative Eric Go Yap thru the Mobile Tulong program and the Office of Governor Melchor Diclas. The Philippine Air Force Tactical Operations Group 1 airlifted the relief goods to the remote villages. Photo credits to Benguet Congressional District Office. 05/03/20
Public Order and Safety Division (POSD) personnel of the City of Baguio are strictly inspecting quarantine passes of local residents. Baguio City Police started arresting people without appropriate passes outside their residences. PIO Baguio photo, 04/26/20
Authorities are strictly checking quarantine pass for people entering the market. Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong ordered the revision of marketing schedule to avoid overcrowding at the public market. Joseph Manzano, 04/19/20



NO VISITORS- Baguio Burnham Park and other parks in the city are off limits due to the enhance community quarantine. Thousands of tourists usually make parks their main vacation spot during Holy Week. Joseph B. Mamzano, 04/12/20
Baguio residents abide with the Enhance Community Quarantine being imposed by the government. City health officials appeal to individuals to continue observing COVID-19 mitigating measures despite the positive development that since March 29 no new positive cases were recorded. Joseph B. Manzano. 04/05/20
ANTI-COVID CAMPAIGN – Personnel of the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) conduct flushing operation along Abanao Street as part of the government’s overall initiative to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in the city. Photo by Joseph B. Manzano, 03/29/20
LOW PRICE-Farmers producing high value crops in Benguet and Mt. Province are amenable that the oversupply and due to the COVID-19 scare affects the farm gate price of their products. Photo by Joseph, 03/08/20



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