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    HE’S BACK!!!
    Businessman Hector Sanchez (center) joins Gov. Joseph Cua during the recent Caramoran Fiesta Ball.
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    ILLEGAL CUTTING OF TREES
    in Caramoran’s remaining forests continues unabated until now, as evidenced by the local police’s arrest of two persons using a chainsaw to cut down a huge tree.
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    IN CARAMORAN
    part of the national highway becomes a river as floodwaters swamped several areas in the town.
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    SEPARATED FOR THREE LONG YEARS
    two brothers from Masbate reunite in an emotional scene captured on camera by the Caramoran police, which had contacted the family of Ronnie Vargas after Sabloyon barangay officials found him wandering in the village Dec. 14.
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    WITH ITS CRYSTAL CLEAR WATERS
    the Palumbanes islands off Caramoran town offers an unforgettable experience for tourists and plain adventure seekers alike this summer. A pic-ture-perfect outing will be yours once you set on this journey from Virac and elsewhere.
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    THE HALF-SUNK MOTORIZED BANCA
    recovered by Mercedes, Camarines Norte fishermen and disaster officials last week was the one used by two fishermen from Caramoran before they went missing due to inclement seas. (PCG)
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    DEPRESSING STATISTIC
    Caramoran town is number 3 nationwide and Catanduanes is number 1 in Bicol in terms of prevalence of malnutrition, a statistic that Gov. Joseph Cua drove home in urging participants in a recent UNICEF-sponsored training on Severe Acute Malnutrition to become more effective weapons in the fight…
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    FINALLY, CARAMORAN GETS ITS OWN FIRETRUCK
    Gov. Araceli Wong inspects the firetruck intended for Caramoran that was turned over by the DILG as promised by outgoing Secretary Mar Roxas. Part of the 80 initially released, the vehicle will be temporarily housed at the San Andres fire station. Also during the Aug. 17 event were Central…
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    VICE GOV. JOSE “BONG” TEVES JR
    welcomes the 114 graduates of the CELY and BONG in TVET scholarship programs in Tubli, Caramoran after the trainees finished their respective vocational courses under TESDA-CSHCI recently.
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    ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM LEARNERS
    in Panique, Caramoran received a gift of school supplies from Vice Governor Jose “Bong” Teves Jr. consisting of notebooks, ballpens, fasteners, envelopes, folders, and reams of bond paper and yellow pads.
    
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