The need to well inform the Boholanos worldwide is a commitment renewed by the Bohol Chronicle today as it marks its 63rd year anniversary in community journalism.
Bohol Chronicle editor-in-chief Bingo Dejaresco, in a statement this morning thanked the readers and advertisers of the Bohol Chronicle as it starts its journey to its 64th year of service to community journalism.
The oldest newspaper in the province printed its maiden issue on May 16, 1954 sold at 10 centavos. Founded by the late Atty Jun Dejaresco, the dean of Bohol journalism, the Bohol Chronicle continues to fulfill its duty to inform the public of whats happening in Bohol that affects the lives and future of the Boholanos.
Bohol Chronicle Radio Corp. chairman Peter Dejaresco issued a statement yesterday renewing the pledge of the newspaper to serve the Boholanos, this time, not just in Bohol, but worldwide.
After 63 years of documenting the news, the Bohol Chronicle has gained the reputation as the longest running, credible newspaper in Bohol. The newspaper’s 63rd anniversary today will be marked with a thanksgiving mass at 10 this morning with Fr. Joesum Sumampong officiating and a fellowship of its staff and personnel tomorrow at Bohol Beach Club in Panglao. The Bohol Chronicle staff and personnel will revisit this month a tree plantation project in Balilihan where trees were planted 5 years ago.
Today, the Bohol Chronicle is one of the few provincial newspapers in the entire country, and the only newspaper in Bohol which runs a DAILY ON LINE news at www.boholchronicle.com.ph.