TODAYS TOP NEWS FRIDAY DECEMBER 14, 2018: *P3.4 MILLION WORTH OF SHABU RECOVERED FROM THE POSSESSION OF A HIGH-VALUE TARGET DURING LAST NIGHT’S BUY-BUST OPERATION IN BARANGAY DAO, TAGBILARAN CITY *ANOTHER CHILD DIES FROM DENGUE FEVER AT GOVERNOR CELESTINO GALLARES MEMORIAL HOSPITAL LAST NIGHT *BOHOLANO CONTRACTORS DONATE P50,000 TO INYONG ALAGAD BENEFICIARIES *MULTI-AWARDED BROADCAST JOURNALIST, RODRIGO “JIGGY” MANICAD, TO HOLD A LECTURE ON PRODUCING STORIES AND HOW TO COMBAT FAKE NEWS AMONG OTHER TOPICS AT HOLY NAME UNIVERSITY BARDER GYM FROM 9 O’CLOCK THIS MORNING UNTIL 12 NOON TODAY ................ *GIANGKON SA EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT SA GOVERNOR CELESTINO GALLARES MEMORIAL HOSPITAL NGA NAGKUWANG ANG ILANG MGA STAFF SA TAMBALANAN TUNGOD SA NAGPUSOT-PUSOT NGA MGA PASYENTE NGA NATAPTAN OG DENGUE *SUGDAN NA’G TRABAHO ANG IKATULONG TAYTAYAN NGA MAGDUGTONG SA MAINLAND BOHOL UG ISLA SA PANGLAO KARONG ENERO *GIPANGYOAN OG SECURITY REPORT ANG MGA ELECTION OFFICERS DINHI SA BOHOL ARON SA PAGHIPNO SA PAMAAGI SA SEGURIDAD ALANG SA PINILIAY SUNOD TUIG *GILAUMAN ANG SAAD SA BUHATANG REHIYONAL SA KAPULISAN NGA MOHATAG OG 49 KA EKIPO NGA MAGAMIT SA PAGSULBAD SA KRIMEN *MISANGPOT SA PINUSILAY ANG BUY BUST OPERATION KARONG BAG-O DIDTO SA LUNGSOD SA SIERRA BULLONES
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