I have not been able to update our news website for quite a while. I admit, my attention is more on our Facebook page. But promise you one thing, I will write again at least once a week. Advertisements
Christmas is a time when you get homesick – even when you’re home. Wherever you may be, we wish you all A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year Abrenians! May all your wildest dreams come true… – SysOp Here’s a two-minute compilation video of abrenian.com
Here’s some collections of photos I took while vacationing in Abra. Enjoy and more to come…
Christmas. Getting is good. Giving is better. Once you understand that, it’s always Christmas – Doogie Howser, M.D. By SysOp Bangued, Abra. As I was going out of Jollibee from a meeting, a boy approach me from behind. Tapped my shoulder slightly. I turned around and saw a sad face staring at me. He was … Continue reading
This was posted on facebook urging consumers and business to attend the consultation regarding the local tax code of 2005. I wonder why Magalong was invited? Well he was named “Honorary Abrenian” so maybe he has something to say. ————
To all our readers from the U.S., may you all have a wonderfull thanksgiving. No matter how life gets complicated, there’s those little and simple things to be happy and thankfull about – SysOp and Family.
Tomorrow (July 1st), the newly elected officials will formally take their seat of office. The winning candidates are back in Abra, after sorties abroad to celebrate their victory, just in time for taking their oath of office. This should also formally end the Elections 2013 (note: Some candidates has filed election protests and the manual … Continue reading
The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the New People’s Army (NPA) continue to trade barbs regarding Peace Talks and the Malibcong Incident. It started with the NPA’s claim that the Army drop bombs in Malibcong the AFP has reportedly begun a pursuit operation, in the process bombing several areas in the town of … Continue reading
Three weeks (July 1, 2013) from now, the winners of the 2013 Elections will be assuming their respective offices. And for 3 years new and old faces will either make or break the dreams of Abrenians for a better government. I hope they are ready..
The Sinuuban (smoked fish), a constant Ilokano comfort food. I love eating this with fried rice, tomatoes and onions.