Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines Tuesday, March 12, 2013
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FUN DAY. The cheering parents and supporters of teams playing in the Negros First Under 13 Football Tournament during the championship match between Moises Padilla and St. Scholastica's Academy at the Panaad Park and Stadium.*

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Two guards killed,
5 hurt in shootout

Two security guards were killed, and five others, including a soldier and an Army reservist, were injured in an alleged shootout in Hacienda Handumanan, Brgy. Concepcion, Talisay City, Negros Occidental, at noon yesterday.

Supt. Thomas Joseph Martir, Talisay police chief, yesterday said the alleged shootout between the security guards and Army reservists, including an organic member of the Philippine Army, was triggered by a land dispute.

The slain security guards were identified by Martir as Francis Lumangyao and Federico Mandate, while two of the five injured were Cpl. Rene Escalona and Army reservist Lolito Onate.moremoremore

2 others die in
grenade blast

A grenade explosion Sunday killed two employees of a spring resort in Sitio Acapulco, Brgy. Mahalang, Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental, that was reportedly triggered by old grudges, police chief Supt. Simeon Gane yesterday said.

The victims were identified by the Himamaylan police as Jonathan Sebogero, 34, and his cousin, Ranie Sebogero, 29. Slightly injured was Juni Rey Sebogero, brother of Jonathan.

Initial investigations of the Himamaylan police showed the suspect, identified by an eyewitness as Ronnie Dogomeo, threw the grenade at the victims who were resting in front of the house of Jonathan, without any provocation.moremoremore

Team Buang blamed
for Team Tatay


Now there is a “Team Buang (crazy)”.

Yesterday, a text message was circulated in Bacolod City in apparent defense of the five priests of the Diocese of Bacolod, who have been the subject of the “Team Tatay (father)” text messages for allegedly siring children.

The text message yesterday said “we want to defend our priests from the text messages being circulated by ‘Team Buang'.”

It goes on to name two ex-seminarians, one of whom allegedly makes money off of people he fools, who were made to leave the seminary for having mental problems. moremoremore

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