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Abra, the murder capital of the North?

Tuesday, March 19, 2013 REALITY check, the province of Abra becomes popular because of murder. “Barilan dito, barilan doon,” this is how people tag Abra. I cannot blame them because they seldom hear or watch good news about this place. For sure, it will be popular again because of the upcoming election. As a son … Continue reading


A.com is done with Tabloid-like sensational postings. Either you post something with social redeeming value or go somewhere else! At this point some trashy entries are “impounded”. If you persists in violating the rules, we will say goodbye to you.   Latest transgressions – 1. Off-topic entries; 2. Use of foul- words; 3. Use of … Continue reading

Govt studies takeover of Abra electric co-op

By Alena Mae S. Flores | Posted on Feb. 05, 2013 at 12:01am The Energy Department asked the board of Abra Electric Cooperative to comply with certain conditions of its financial rehabilitation or face a possible management takeover. Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla told reporters he concluded a meeting with the stakeholders to discuss Abra Electric’s repeated … Continue reading

Energy, Abra co-op hold talks

By Alena Mae S. Flores Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla is in talks with officials of Abra Electric Cooperative to avert power outage in the province. Sources said Petilla deferred a move by the National Electrification Administration to intervene and take over Abreco, which has been facing disconnection for failure to pay its debts to … Continue reading

Basic Rules Of Engagement At A.com

From its inception A.com was synonymous with FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION and FREEDOM OF SPEECH. It was because of this that PSEUDONYMS or NOM DE PLUME or ALIASES were allowed, so all users/bloggers will be comfortable in voicing out their respective opinions on ANYTHING UNDER THE SUN, especially on Abra POLITICS. This was the trademark of … Continue reading

Abra might lose power supply again

Abra might lose power supply again By Artermio Dumlao (philstar.com) | Updated December 25, 2012 – 6:12pm BANGUED, Abra – Abra might lose power supply again as the AP Renewables Inc. (Apri) issued a fifth disconnection notice to Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco) after the cooperative failed to pay its dues. The fifth disconnection, which was … Continue reading

More Abra pols surrender guns

Posted on Monday Dec 17th at 4:58pm By Artemio Dumlao Bangued, Abra — Politicians in Abra turned in at least six licensed firearms in the second wave of temporary surrender of legal guns ahead of the 2013 polls. Lacub town mayor Estelita Bersamina surrendered two licensed AKKAR 12 gauge shotguns; Pilar town mayor Jaja Disono … Continue reading

Abra mayors surrender firearms in new round of peace talks

BAGUIO CITY—Four Abra mayors surrendered their firearms on Saturday after the latest round of negotiations with the police, which was part of a strategy initiated by civic groups that vowed to remove the province from the list of election hot spots in next year’s elections. Mayors Estelita Bersamina of Lacub, Wilma Gattud of Tubo, Esther … Continue reading

The Number One Political Blog in PH

I urge you to read and please focus on the “COMMENTS”. It is our wish that our exchanges at A.com will equal the quality and civility of the bloggers comments in that Blog to gain respect from our fellow Abrenians and to really contribute in shaping the future of our beloved province through our fearless … Continue reading

More illegal guns seized, turned in in Abra

Posted on Thursday Dec 13th at 4:09pm By Artemio Dumlao LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – The Cordillera policemen’s drive against illegal guns in Abra netted another eight firearms apparently being used for “terror” in the province. Just this month, Cordillera police director Chief Supt. Benjamin Magalong said at least eight firearms were either seized or surrendered … Continue reading

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