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February 21, 2018: *** Gov. Edgar Chatto and DepEd Bohol Division Superintendent Dr. Wilfreda Bongalos led Provincial Government and DepEd officials in the blessing of the newly rehabilitated CPG Sports Complex to make it ready for use during Bohol's hosting of CVRAA 2018 which opens on Feb. 25 *** Pre-CVRAA activities in Bohol will begin on February 23 and will officially open on Feb. 25 with a holy mass at 2pm, followed by a parade at 3:30pm which will lead to the CPG Sports Complex. ***Bohol will host 11,737 delegates from 19 divisions in the whole of Central Visayas for 2018 Central Visayas Regional Athletic Association (CVRAA) 2018 hosting, according to DepEd Superintendent Dr. Wilfreda Bongalos. ***Gov. Edgar Chatto bared that Bohol got 48% increase in production of rice, the highest record in the country in 2017, as confirmed by the Department of Agriculture (DA). *** PDEA-7 Director Emerson Margate said that PDEA which leads the oversight committee still needs to review the drug status of 500 barangays in Bohol before confirming them as drug free. *** Over a year into the government's nationwide campaign against narcotics trade, none of Bohol's 1,109 barangays have officially been recognized as drug-free by the regional oversight committee that assess drug presence in villages. *** Gov. Edgar Chatto and DA-7 Director Leo Caneda led the ribbon cutting and opening exhibits of the 3-day 18th Ubi Festival today. This year's festival is themed: "Ubi, Hamiling Lagutmon Ikapasigarbo sa mga Turista sa Tanang Panahon."

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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Crops damage caused by field flooding seen 
FLOODING of rice-fields and possible damage to agricultural crops have been so far the ill-effects of the moderate rain that has continued to pour in most areas in Bohol since January 17. 
Possible damage to rice-fields and crops was reported in Alicia and Carmen towns where rice-lands were flooded. Several areas in barangay Villahermoso of Carmen town were also reported of impassable roads due to flooding. 
A national highway in Larapan Jagna was temporarily rendered impassable by a fallen coconut tree, but disaster authorities said the Department of Public Works and Highways immediately cleared the obstruction at almost the same time. 
The river in the parts of Sevilla town has risen from its banks but it does not endanger life or property since no houses or people live near the river. 
Loboc town has temporarily suspended its floating restaurant and river cruises due to strong river currents brought about by indications of above normal flow of water from the river’s upper tributaries. 
Indications of flooding along the Wahig Pamacsalan River in Inabanga has been noted but local authorities said there is yet no danger as the moderated rains dump only enough but not too much to concern disaster authorities. 
Police station commanders have been instructed by the Provincial Disaster and Risk Reduction management to report any above noral situations in their areas of responsibilities. 
Under close monitoring for flooding are the river towns of Sevilla, Loboc, Loay, Maribojoc, Cortes, Antequera, Loon, Calape, Tubigon, Clarin, Inabanga, Buenavista, Getafe, Trinidad, Alicia, Duero, Jagna, Valencia and Lila. 
Also monitored for possible landslides are mountain barangays of Jagna and Candijay, Loboc and San Isidro towns. (racPIABohol)

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