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PH police commission statement on Beyond Deadlines’ Second Anniversary

It is with great pleasure that I extend my warmest greetings to the whole Editorial Staff of BEYOND DEADLINES on the occasion of your 2ND Anniversary. The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) would like to acknowledge the efforts of the hardworking men and women of BEYOND DEADLINES who, for the past two years, have provided readers with accurate news, […]

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The Isleños of Louisiana

HOUSTON, TX – Our research team, meaning me, took a look around at the Mardi Gras festival here in Southeast Texas and the associated people raised in different cultures that celebrate it here in the Southern States of the US. One unique, almost obscure, story popped up – a people called the Isleños. The Isleños, […]

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Beyond Deadlines Anniversary Article Series 2018

PARANG kailan lamang nuong magsimulang maghatid ng kaunting kasiyahan, aliw at kakulitan ang “Luke Who’s Talking” kalakip ng mga mahahalagang balita dito sa Beyond Deadlines. Nagsimulang mambasag ng trip si CJ Espiritu, aka Luke Coloco, sa pamamagitan ng kanyang obrang Luke Who’s Talking nuong kasalukuyang nagkakagulo ang Kongreso na maipasa ang Cybercrime Law sa Pilipinas. […]

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11-year-old Fil-Am golfer to play in World Championship

AN 11-year-old Filipino American golfer, Jaden Dumdumaya of Fairfield, California, recently bagged the 1st place of the 2017 World Series Future Champions Golf Northern California Championship. With the win, Jaden has also qualified to the 2018 FCG Callaway World Championship at the Westin Mission Hills, Rancho Mirage, California in July. In the 11-12 Boys division […]

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Quilt artist’s work in display in Saipan’s Joeten-Kiyu Public Library

DEBBIE Winkfield’s Quilt “Coral Kingdom” is an artwork made out of reused and recycled materials. Her under-the-sea themed quilt is now on display at the Joeten-Kiyu Public Library. In an interview, Winkfield said it was her first time to quilt for public display. “I do quilt for my kids and grandkids but I never did […]

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Enjoy your “Ispageti”

MURRIETA, California – The National Spaghetti Day on January 4 recognized the worldwide favorite for ages and loved by millions – the long, thin cylindrical pasta of Italian and Sicilian origin – spaghetti! There are a variety of different pasta dishes that are based on spaghetti (the Italian plural of the diminutive spago) from spaghetti […]

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Saipan based Fil Ams won top and 2nd prize in Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen contests

VETERANS of Foreign Wars Post 3457 on Tuesday recognized six students for winning the Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen contests for its Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands chapter. This year’s theme is “American History: Our Hope for the Future.” Established in the 1947, the VFW formed up women auxiliary, composed of wives and espouses […]

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Daila Farms: Where Roots and Visions Coexist

WHAT happens when you combine environmental awareness, revival of cultural heritage and volunteer tourism or “voluntourism” into one? Well, it’s but natural that our roots are deepened and this wonderful blue planet is provided with its well-needed attention. For Maria Aleli Pansacola, this was but a pipe dream when she started producing her signature brand […]