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Casi todos los años solemos ir al menos en una ocasión por el cordal del Puerto de San Isidro, comenzamos por las inmediaciones de la Estación invernal de Fuentes de Invierno, una vez ganada la altura seguimos hacia el sur con la intención de captar alguna Erebia.

 

Las Erebias son unas mariposas oscuras con unos ocelos rojos punteados de negro, supongo que serán oscuras para absorber toda la radiación solar posible, lamentablemente si ya de por si me resulta difícil verlas, después de seguirla con cautela por terrenos poco recomendables siempre suele ser la misma, la Erebia meolans que suele estar acompañada de otra compañera de vuelos de nombre Erebia palarica, y nada mas, kilómetros y kilómetros y siempre las mismas especies en los altos, habrá que tomar vitaminas e ir a Picos de Europa, pero ya tendrá que ser para el año que viene, pues suelen volar hasta mediados de Setiembre.

 

El caso es que debido al viento que soplaba, pasaba de brisa, ya era poco agradable caminar por zonas cimeras y el seguir el cordal hacia León no era la opción mas segura, así que descendimos y fuimos al lago Ausente, a unos 1750 metros de altura,

 

Después de caminar todo lo caminable, llegamos a pensar que en realidad el lago si estaba ausente porque no aparecía por ningún lado, hasta que allá por una estrecha senda blanca de piedra molida y unos cuarenta y cinco grados de inclinación llegamos a aquel lugar de increíble belleza, habíamos leído que el lago tenía especies endémicas y escasas, me imaginé tritones, miré con atención pero no vi nada, demasiada extensión de agua..

 

Nos sentamos sobre una cómoda piedra plana, y a nuestra espalda oímos gritos, tres niñas, una llorando tiraba piedras a las otras dos a orillas del lago y sus padres decían que había que poner música, caray, pensé, un lugar dedicado al silencio, estaba siendo machacado por aquellas voces infantiles de soprano, octava arriba o abajo, y al mismo tiempo tomaron el lago como su piscina particular, bueno ! son cosas de turistas accidentales..

 

Yo a lo mío, tomé unas fotos del lago con luces muy agradables, quedé muy contento, las nubes en aquel cielo azul proyectaban su sombra sobre el terreno haciendo de el paisaje una verdadera preciosidad.

 

Tal vez no hayamos captado las Mariposas que esperábamos, pero ese día pero vinimos cargados con las imágenes de bellos paisajes.

 

Ya para acabar el día decidimos ir a comer, eran las seis de la tarde y nos fuimos con ese reparador bocadillo king-size super-luxury, al lago Isoba, como siempre el bocadillo estaba excelso, mientras comíamos, el paisaje bajo aquella luz variable era como una película a cámara lenta, Como un timelapse suave..

 

Es un final de temporada en el que habiendo caminado mas que el pasado año, tomamos muchas menos fotos a mariposas que el pasado año, habrá quién diga que todo obedece a ciclos biológicos, pero tantos calores, tantas lluvias, tormentas a destiempo no son normales.

 

Me dicen que el deshielo comenzó primero éste año y con el, el despertar de la primavera engañó a destiempo a infinidad de "bichinos" que comenzaron antes de tiempo sus ciclos vitales, que de igual manera los finalizaron antes, técnicamente ya hace unas semanas que comenzó el otoño, no el astronómico, sino el real.

 

Buen otoño a todos.. Se acabó lo bueno.. aunque aun podemos capturar los colores cambiantes del otoño, lo que no es poco..

  

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I have been told that the melting started first this year and with the awakening of spring untimely deceived by a lot of arthropods and plants soon began their life cycles, which ended just as the earlier, technically a few weeks ago that began the fall, not astronomical, but real.

 

Good fall at all .. Gone are the days long, and when switching to winter time, they left with our light, Hi!

even though we can capture the changing colors of autumn, which is no small thing, but an entire natural spectacle ....

 

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Díxome un paxarin que'l destemple empezó primero ésti añu y col, l'espertar de la primavera engañó a destiempu a infinidá d'artrópodos y plantes qu'empezaron mui a tiempu los sos ciclos vitales, que d'igual manera rematar antes, técnicamente yá va unes selmanes qu'empezó la seronda, non l'astronómicu, sinón el real.

 

Bon seronda a toos.. Acábense los díes llargos, y cuando camuden a horariu ivernizu, colar cola nuesa lluz, Je!

anque entá podemos prindar los colores cambiantes de les fueyes de los árboles, de los montes de fayes, lo que nun ye poca cosa, sinón tou un espectáculu natural....

 

Passeig i arbres nus.

El vent, el pas de la tardor i l'entrada de l'hivern, han desfullat completament alguns arbres en ben pocs dies.

El canvi de cel blau a dia gris també ajuda a contrastar els colors d'un paisatge que no sembla el mateix.

 

Passeig de la Indústria de Berga (Berguedà) CAT.

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Walk and bare trees.

 

The wind, passing the autumn and beginning of winter, some are completely defoliated trees in very few days.

The change of sky blue gray day also helps to contrast the colors of a landscape that does not seem the same.

 

Walk Industry Berga (Berguedà) CAT.

 

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Today I had the deep need to shoot something. I remembered the days of the 366, when I was shooting something at home, late ;)

I decided to edit and upload today, to remember those days.

By the way, tomorrow I will release on my Facebook page a downloadable file of one of my PSD's to celebrate I have 200 followers on Facebook

 

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Avui tenia la profunda necessitat de fer una foto. He recordat els dies del 366, quan feia fotografies ben tard, a casa, i he decidit editar-la i pujar-la avui, en honor a aquells dies.

Per altra banda, dir-vos que demà compartiré a la meva plana de Facebook un dels meus PSD's per celebrar que tinc 200 seguidors a Facebook

 

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Hoy tenía necesidad de hacer una foto. He recordado los días del 366, cuando hacía fotos muy tarde, en casa, y en honor a aquellos días, la he editado y colgado hoy.

Por otra parte, comentaros que mañana compartiré en mi página de Facebook uno de mis PSD's para celebrar que tengo 200 seguidores en Facebook

en calors d'Agost.

 

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The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

 

Asturies tien una costa impresionante que nun podemos dexar que destrocen, requexos como esti de la zona del cabu Peñes son un reflexu de los paisaxes privilexaos de la nuesa mariña.

Güei facía un día malu d'agua y friu pero esta rayadina de Sol dexonos unos colores bien guapos.

Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

La Deessa és una escultura en marbre blanc de l'escultor català Josep Clarà i Ayats, que es troba al vestíbul de la Casa de la Ciutat de Barcelona i una còpia a la plaça Catalunya de la mateixa ciutat.

HISTÒRIA: Realitzada durant l'estada a París de l'escultor, l'any 1909, sent encara un esbós, amb el nom de "Enigma" va aconseguir per a Josep Clarà el títol de Soci d'honor de la National de Beaux Arts de França.

Juntament amb altres escultors l'any 1927, rep la invitació de l'ajuntament de Barcelona per al projecte d'escultures a la nova urbanització de la plaça Catalunya, rep l'encàrrec de dues estàtues: la "Joventut" i "La Deessa", la qual causa a la seva nuesa i per les pressions moralistes del moment és retirada, però la nit anterior a la inauguració de l'Exposició Internacional de 1929, va ser de nou col · locada, aconseguint un gran èxit entre el públic.

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The Goddess is a white marble sculpture of the Catalan sculptor Josep Clara Ayats, located in the lobby of the House of the City of Barcelona and a copy to Catalonia Square in the city.

HISTORY: Conducted during your stay in Paris, the sculptor, in 1909, still a sketch, with the name "Enigma" Jose Clara got to the title of honorary member of the National de Beaux Arts France.

Along with other sculptors in 1927, received the invitation from the city of Barcelona for the sculpture project in the new development of the Plaza Catalonia, he was commissioned two statues: the "Youth" and "The Goddess" , which due to its nudity and the moralists of the time pressure is removed, but the night before the inauguration of the International Exhibition of 1929, was again placed and achieved great success with the public.

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A la banda sud de la Place Masséna de Niça, al cor de l'antiga plaça Charles-Albert, es troba la Font del Sol, que va ser inaugurada el 1956. Hi ha cinc estàtues de bronze esculpides per Alfred Janniot. L'elecció d'un arquitecte mundialment reconegut caracteritza bé la importància que la ciutat de Niça li donà a l'embelliment de la Place Masséna. Tots representen personatges de la mitologia grecorromana: Terra, Mart, Venus, Mercuri i Saturn. Al centre de la font hi ha una estàtua d'Apol·lo de marbre de set metres d'alçada. Va ser traslladada al parc esportiu Charles Ehrmann en la dècada dels setanta, oficialment a causa de la seva nuesa que podia sorprendre als transeünts. Les altres estàtues van ser desmantellades el 1990 per a una restauració i la font es va aturar per motius d'impermeabilitat. No obstant això, molt recentment, després de la renovació de la superfície de la plaça i la seva transformació amb el tramvia, l'estàtua d'Apol·lo va fer el seu retorn el 20 de juny de 2011, ocupant la seva posició per la font, també restaurada.

 

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Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

 

Esti teyáu de teya'l País ye del pueblu teberganu de La Vil.la.

La teya tradicional tamién ta desapaeciendo, daivos cuenta qu'agora ponse esa teyona plana que va acabando por desaniciar los vieyos teyaos.

En venti años taremos retratando teyaos que queden como esti, serán ayalgues de la nuesa etnografía que tamién vamos tener que protexer como güei se fai colos teitos vexetales.

   

Toda mujer y toda curva es bella, por mucho que digan.

Fotografía seleccionada entre las 25 mejores presentadas del concurso Huella-Astur 2013 (Tierra Astur-Colloto). Las manos...de mi abuela.

AutorretraSto. Que conste que se me ha colado la S al escribirla, pero me ha parecido gracioso el resultado... ¡Y muy revelador!.

Falla carrer Lepant. 1er premi de Falles experimentals. València.

Tipus Art Públic Període 1911-1929 Autor Venanci Vallmitjana Situació Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes / Roger de Llúria

Monument dedicat a la deesa Diana, identificable pel seu característic arc, inaugurat l'any 1919. Inicialment, Venanci Vallmitjana va aprofitar una imatge presentada a l'Exposició de Belles Arts de 1898, la qual, per la seva nuesa, l'Ajuntament va fer substituir per l'actual, coberta amb una túnica. El parterre original era més ampla, però es va haver de reduir per raons el trànsit. Va ser restaurat l'any 1987.

Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

La Deessa és una escultura en marbre blanc de l'escultor Josep Clarà i Ayats, que es troba al vestíbul de la Casa de la Ciutat de Barcelona i una còpia a la plaça Catalunya de la mateixa ciutat.

 

Realitzada durant l'estada a París de l'escultor, l'any 1909, sent un esbós, amb el nom de Enigma va aconseguir per a Josep Clarà el títol de Soci d'honor de la National de Beaux Arts de França.

 

L'any 1910 participa a l'Exposició Nacional de Madrid amb l'escultura portant el nou nom de La Deessa i és premiat amb la primera medalla d'escultura, a l'any següent el 10 d'abril de 1911 aconsegueix la medalla d'or a l'Exposició Internacional d'Amsterdam amb la presentació de la Deessa.

 

Juntament amb altres escultors l'any 1927, rep la invitació de l'ajuntament de Barcelona per al projecte d'escultures a la nova urbanització de la plaça Catalunya, rep l'encàrrec de dues estàtues: la Joventut i La Deessa, la qual a causa de la seva nuesa i per les pressions moralistes del moment és retirada, però la nit anterior a la inauguració de l'Exposició Internacional de 1929, va ser novament col·locada, aconseguint un gran èxit entre el públic.

 

L'any 1931 realitza una nova versió de l'escultura que és adquirida pel Museu dels Agustinians de Tolosa.

 

Per evitar la seva deterioració en estar exposada a l'aire lliure, l'any 1982 es trasllada l'escultura de la plaça Catalunya al vestíbul de la Casa de la Ciutat de Barcelona i es col·loca en lloc seu una còpia de l'original realitzada per l'escultor Ricard Sala.

   

Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

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The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

A la fotografia, una escultura del rosellonés Aristides Mallol davant La Pedrera.

The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

Obra de Josep Clarà de l'any 1909 d'estil noucentista dissenyada per ser instal·lada a la Plaça Catalunya. Va ser inaugurada el 1928 però dies després va ser retirada per que els grups moralistes de l'època estaven en contra de la nuesa. Va ser novament instal·lada el 1929, dies abans de la inauguració de l'Exposició de 1929. L'escultura original va ser substituida per una còpia l'any 1982 degut al deteriorament que havia patit. L'escultura original de Clarà va ser instal·lada al vestíbul de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona. La còpia és obra de Ricard Sala.

[ Justo ]

Jota Jota

 

Aquest dimecres ( 22.10.14 ) pel matí el Jota Jota voltava pel carrer, ell anava amb bicicleta i ha trobat un interlocutor.

 

- Què fas? D’on surts ara? No eres a València?

- Sí, pero ahora estoy aquí.

- Ja..., però a on t’estàs? Tens casa?

- En el campo, hoy he dormido en el campo. Otros días en casa de algún amigo, hay gente que me acoge...

- I de què vius, doncs...?

- De la caridad, de lo que me dan. Pero no de Caritas, esto es para la gente que lo necesita.

- I des de València, com has vingut?

- Me ha traido un amigo, siempre hay gente buena por el mundo. Con la bicicleta y todo que me ha traido!

 

Sí, el Jota Jota el va veure tothom el passat 9 d’octubre a València, amb un estendard amb el símbol dels nazis entremig de dues paraules: “aborto” i “genocidio”.

Les xarxes en van anar plenes, i la premsa també en va parlar. Més d’un columnista –o tertulià-- va fer comentari i repiulada de la notícia en el seu compte social.

Aquesta banalització provocadora dels símbols de la Wehrmacht es terrorífica i fa esverar.

 

-Pero yo, yo no soy nazi. La policía me puso allí, con el grupo de los nazis.

-Bé, però entendràs que no es pot anar pel món amb l’esvàstica i vestit de soldat alemany?

-Cómo te llamas tú que no me acuerdo?

- [ … ]

-Mira, [ … ] , todas las banderas son unos trapos, ¡todas!

-Bueno..., tu ho veuràs així..., però ja saps que no és veritat.

- Yo soy [ ... ], como dice mi nombre.

-I avui, què penses fer vestit així? Si fins i tot la bicicleta la portes de camuflatge...

-Pues no sé, igual me presento en la sede de Esquerra Republicana, (somriu).

-Escolta, prendràs mal, et faran mal..., t’has de cuidar. Ja et vigiles?

-¿Quién [ ... ] ? Me dicen que estoy la mar de bien!

- Ja.

- Però jo et recordo a [ la teva feina ] ...

- Sí, estoy de excedencia de [ ...] . El día que quiera puedo regresar.

  

Un whatsapp va fer saber que, després de l’encesa de la bandera independentista davant del monument a Rafael Casanova, el passat 11 de setembre a Barcelona, en Jota Jota havia protagonitzat un altre enrenou a València.

  

El matí de l’11 de setembre, a twitter, ja havia remogut força comentaris. I ara, què s’espera? Que s’adormi en alguna banda amb un dels seus uniformes de la majordomia militar i el cusin a cosses? Caldrà que li calin foc perquè els serveis que correspongui l’atenguin de manera adequada?

  

Podria passar que, després d’un mal major, llavors sí, llavors rescatéssim la seva història. Millor fer-ho abans, per prevenir.

  

Costa de creure que quan l’han tret d’algun dels seus escenaris ningú l’hagi identificat amb la seva circumstància inclosa. Sembla com si no constés enlloc el seu [...]. Rar, massa rar.

  

Diríem que al Departament de Salut o a la Seguretat Social els correspon de trobar-li una solució. Li haurien de donar un cop de mà a ell i a la seva família i d’una manera urgent.

No tothom s'està amb els braços creuats; això és així, però ho veiem com si res volgués avançar.

Aquest home, apareixerà de nou en l’enregistrament d’una altra càmera abans que no se l’atendrà.

 

En fi, és com un carreró sense sortida això d’en Jota Jota, en el qual les imatges que el mostren en situacions ben estranyes es perden en el magma de la comunicació actual. Acabes pensant que potser els que apareixem disfressats –i anem totalment perduts--- a la seva “pel•lícula” som tots nosaltres, els que deixem que a ell el filmin i el fotografiïn amb tota la seva nuesa.

  

Podem ajudar-lo. Ens podem ajudar una mica tots plegats abans no ens caigui a trossos el sentiment esquerdat de la mala consciència.

Per molt que ho estiguin desmantellant tot i en cap organisme no hi hagi un duro per a res (de la societat del benestar) no podem deixar-nos anar i mirar cap a una altra banda

 

Llegiu Raúl Montilla: faxsintinta.blogspot.com.es/2014/10/se-tiene-que-informar...

     

The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

The ROXAS ISABELA TODAY!!! BRAVO ROXASINOS & ROXASINAS, BRAVO ISABELINO!!!

 

Roxas is a first class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 53,461 people in 9,896 households.

 

It is currently one of the fast-growing towns in Isabela. It is the center of business and commerce in the Mallig Region. It is envisioned to be a city in the next few years.

Transportation

 

In terms of transportation, Roxas has the most number of bus and jeepney terminals compared to any other town in the region. Bus companies such as Victory Liner., Northern Luzon Bus Corporation (NELBUSCO), AJA Transport, Florida, Royal Eagle and Auto Bus have services bound to other parts of the province, Tarlac, Pampanga, Ilocos, Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, and Manila. Transportation within the town is mainly by tricycles, which are basically motorcycles with cabs attached to them. There are also many vans which are used as a means of transportation from Roxas to other parts of the province. Many buses also pass through Roxas because they find it as a highly-economized town where they can get a lot of passengers. Some of these buses are Victory Liner, Ballesteros Bus Line Corporation(BBLC), Dagupan Bus Corporation Incorporated, DALIN, Lizardo Trans(GL), GMW Transportation, Maribel(a sister company of BBLC), Rosalinda, DOLBO Transportation and Agustin Bus.

[edit] Business

 

As of December 2007, Roxas is the most progressive town in Mallig Region. It has the most number of banks such as Banco de Oro, Philippine National Bank, Landbank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, Banco Agricola, Inc., Mallig Plains Rural Bank and other non-major banks. It also has two locally famous malls - PowerMall (the first to install an escalator in the region), and GEMS Shopping Center. It also has two radio station named as WIN FM 107.5 "Nagimas sen", and WER ROCK 104.10 FM. Psalms Cable, Inc. is the only cable TV in the whole town which extends its coverage to some of Roxas's neighboring towns - Burgos and San Manuel. It also provides the neighboring towns of Isabela all necessary needs of a human to live. Roxas has a very wide and huge market, so businessmen have their chance to build and earn a lot of money immediately.

  

Due to a continuing widespread influence of GMA Network, Roxas has been chosen as the future site for GMA Network Cagayan Valley once it will be formally declared as a city.

[edit] Healthcare

 

It is considered as the center of health services in Mallig Region. It has numerous primary, secondary, and tertiary hospitals. Major hospitals include Manuel A. Roxas District Hospital (MARDH), Soller Medical Clinic, Dumlao Hospital, Yumena Medical Center and Dayos Hospital. It also houses some specialization clinics, such as Sambilay Maternity Surgical and Medical Clinic, Purugganan Children's Clinic and Capuccino EENT Clinic. Dental clinics and skin clinics are also available. Moreover, health centers are also available in barangays outside the town proper.

Infrastructure Development

Over the past two years, when Dr. Harry G. Soller took the helms of government as its Municipal Mayor, Roxas has seen an unprecedented pace in its infrastructure development. The local government, in cooperation with Governor Grace Padaca and Congressman Edwin Uy, has concreted 20 kilometers of roads, more or less, in the town proper as well as in the barangays. As of march 2010, at least 10 kilometers of roads are programmed to be concreted. Moreover, Roxas' public places, and parks have been greatly improved. New Parks include the Barangay Park, which features 26 nipa huts put up by each of the barangays of Roxas; the Roxas Municipal Park and Freedom Stage, which features a clean comfort room, a Pasalubong Center, a Center Gazeebo with a beautifully designed fountain, and other park amenities; the Forest Park in front of the municipal hall; the Binibining Roxas Park; the Rizal Park; and the newly improved Children's Park.

 

Other infrastructure projects include the renovation of the municipal hall, the construction of a new module in the public market, the new vegetable trading post (Bagsakan Center), numeorus folld control projects, road widening projects, and many others.

 

Politics

 

Politics has been one of the local prominent issues. Dr. Harry G. Soller is presently the mayor of Roxas, defeating Benito Calderon who had been the mayor of Roxas for three terms. During the elections, political upheavals concerned the local residents since Dr. Soller won by a margin of just 200 votes. The current representative is Atty. Edwin C. Uy, who is in his third term. He won against Benedict Calderon, the son of Benito Calderon, and was also the incumbent mayor of Roxas that time. Congressman Edwin Uy is rumored to run for governor in 2010. Edwin Uy is now running as Vice Governor in tandem with Grace Padaca, the incumbent provincial governor.

 

Education

 

Public and private schools serve the people of Roxas and other neighboring towns. It has a number of public elementary schools, three public high schools, namely Roxas National High School, Lanting National High School and Munoz National High School,the same through with the Monico Rarama National High School. A Marian institution, La Salette of Roxas, provide the private school education. It has a primary school, a high school, and a college. La Salette of Roxas is considered as the highest standard of Education in the whole town, and likewise the fourth highest standard in the whole Province of Isabela and in the Philippines. Some public elementary schools, Bantug-Lintao Elementary School, San Rafael Elementary School, Roxas West Elementary School(the largest) and Roxas East Elementary School are among the most popular elementary schools in the town. Thera are also Day Care Centers each barangay and Roxas United Methodist Church Kindergarten School and Isabela Christian Learning Center for nursery education. There are four private elementary schools, the Casa Del Niño Montessori School, Marlbury Bush Montessori School, Shalom Learning and La Salette of Roxas-Elementary Department. There are also Colleges and Universities in the town namely University of La Salette - Roxas Campus (a branch of University of La Salette - Santiago City), Mallig Plains Colleges and Isabela State University.

Barangays

 

Roxas is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.

 

* Anao

* Imbiao

* Lanting

* Lucban

* Marcos

* Masigun

* Rizal (Pob.)

* Vira (Pob.)

* Bantug (Pob.)

* Luna (Pob.)

* Quiling

* Rang-ayan

* San Antonio

   

* San Jose

* San Pedro

* San Placido

* San Rafael (Pob.)

* Simimbaan

* Sinamar

* Sotero Nuesa (Pob.)

* Villa Concepcion

* Matusalem

* Muñoz East

* Muñoz West

* Doña Concha

* San Luis

Trivia

 

- It was the hometown of ROGEMAR OGIE MENOR the popular collegiate & university leagues basketball player and formerly he is the only junior player represent RP for the most great teenage player in ASIA when he was in high school level.(MEOJR)

 

- Roxas was named after the late President Manual A. Roxas

 

- It celebrates its town day (Roxas Day) on the same day that America commemorates its independence which is every 4th of July.

 

- Its current mayor is Dr. Harry G. Soller, who owns the Soller Medical Clinic.

 

- It has its festival popularly known as Pagay Festival, but during the term of Mayor Soller, it was changed to Binnadangan Festival.

 

- It will soon to be a city by 2011 carrying its new name, "Roxas Metropolis" or "Metropolitan of Roxas" or simply "Metro Roxas".

 

- It has the largest market in Mallig Region(Roxas, San Manuel, Aurora, Mallig, Quezon, Burgos, and Gamu)

 

- The Noontime show Wowowee will soon have its first live show at the province and it will be held at Roxas Coliseum or at La Salette of Roxas Open Grounds on May 2010, if the back of Consuelo Heights, Tuguegarao City will not be accessible.

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