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Ilocanos recall heroism of Ilocano freedom fighter

By Freddie G. Lazaro, PIA 1, Ilocos Norte   BATAC CITY – Locals marked the 147th birth anniversary of Ilocano freedom fighter General Artemio Ricarte also known as Vibora during the Philippine revolution of 1896. The Philippine Vetarans Affairs Office (PVAO) and the Batac city government jointly organized the event which started with a mass, […]

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Mysteries behind Luna’s “The Parisian Life”, revealed

By Rey T. Arcangel, Jr, PGIN-CMO   Artworks of the greatest Filipino painter and patriot Juan Luna continue to fascinate and mystify modern audiences with a new wave of interpretation which reveals mysteries surrounding his masterpieces. Professor Eric Zerrudo, an expert on cultural heritage and museum development, and Ilocos Norte’s consultant on Heritage Conservation revisited […]

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Balligi ni Pinoy iti Bessang Pass, rumbeng nga ipagpannakkel ken selebraran ti sibubukel a Pilipinas

News Feature: Ni Imelda C. Rivero, PIA 1, Ilocos Sur   SINAIT, Ilocos Sur – Ti pannakatiliw ken ni Heneral Tomoyuki Yamashita babaen kadagiti taga-Ilokos, saan a babaen dagiti Amerikano, ti masapul a selebraran ti gobierno nasional. Ti panagballigi dagiti Pilipino iti Battle of Bessang Pass idi Hunio 14, 1945 ket masapul nga ikkan ti […]

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ESSAY: The Philippine National Anthem: product of revolution

The Philippine National Anthem is a product of revolution, a response to the need of the revolutionary times that gave birth to it. And this need arose in 1898, when the revolution against Spain was in its second year and a Filipino victory was in sight. Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo astutely recognized the need for national […]

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Gomburza: biktima iti yaalsa iti Cavite idi 1872 (Maudi a paset) Ni Rosevelita Alejon

Pannakatay dagiti padi iti garrote PEBRERO 16, 1872. Nairuar da Padre Mariano Gomez, Padre Jose Burgos, ken Padre Jacinto Zamora iti nakaibaludanda ket dimmatagda iti sanguanan ti  agturay a nadelegaran a mangibasa iti pannusada. Malaksid a matayda babaen ti garote, imbilin pay ni Gobernador Heneral Rafael Izquierdo a malabusan dagiti tallo a padi. Ngem saan […]

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Gomburza: biktima iti yaalsa iti Cavite idi 1872 (Tuloyna)

Agdadata a saan a naited kadagiti akusado ti karbenganda a mangpaneknek nga inosenteda iti pammabasol maikontra kadakuada  iti panagusig. Agpayso, adda nadutokan a mangdepensa kadagiti “rebelde” ngem makuna a kattiliw amin dagitoy agsipud ta naikkanda laeng iti maysa nga aldaw a mangisagana iti depensa dagiti naidarum. Kasta met a mapaliiw a mapagduaduaan ti testimonia dagiti […]

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Gomburza: biktima iti yaalsa iti Cavite idi 1872 (Tuloyna)

Inaramat ni Gobernador -Heneral  Rafael Izquierdo y Gutierrez ti yaalsa iti Cavite a nangpaaresto kadagiti masuspetsa a nangidaulo wenno nangsuportda iti daytoy. Karaman kadagiti naaresto dagiti Pilipino a papadi  a da Fr. Jose Burgos, Fr. Zamora, Fr. Gomez, ken Agustin Mendoza, Don Feliciano Gomez, Don Antonio Regidor, Joaquin Pardo de Tavera, Don Enrique Paraiso, D. […]

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Gomburza: biktima ti yaalsa iti Cavite idi 1872 (Maikadua a paset)

Taldiapantayo ti ababa a pakasaritaan dagitoy tallo a martir a padi. Fr. Jose Burgos Naiyanak ni Fr. Jose Burgos iti Vigan, Ilocos Sur idi Pebrero 9, 1837. Dadakkelna da Jose Burgos, maysa nga opisial a Kastila, ken Florencia Garcia,  mestisa. Uray idi ubing pay, makitan ti ik-ikutan ni Jose a sirib. Ti inana ti immuna […]

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Gomburza: biktima ti yaalsa iti Cavite idi 1872 (Umuna a paset)

Naplano ti yaalsa dagiti soldado a Filipino  ken dagiti padada a rebelde babaen ti panangrautda iti dua a sarikedked dagiti Kastila ti Manila ken Cavite. Ngem saan a natungpal ti nagtulagan dagiti dua a grupo a nagtunged iti pannakapaay ti yaalsa. Daytoy pay ketdi ti ginundawayan dagiti agtuturay a Kastila a nangikallawit iti nagan dagiti […]

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SALAYSAY. Fr. Jose Burgos – Martyr Priest (1837-1872)

FATHER JOSE BURGOS was born in Vigan, Ilocos Sur, on February 9, 1837, to a Spanish lieutenant in the militia of Ilocos Sur, and Florencia Garcia, a native of Vigan. Upon his father’s death, young Jose was sent to Manila to study. He enrolled at the San Juan de Letran College; and being an orphan […]

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