TALAKAG - the etymology of which came from the Bisayan dialect LAKAG meaning "to go after” or
“follow in pursuit” and the prefix TA denoting “fondness in doing such”.
In other words, Talakag means “fondness in giving pursuit”.

Monday, 18 August 2014

Talakag's Candidate is Laga Ta Bukidnon 2014 1st Runner Up

Congratulations to Talakag's Miss JONAFE TUTO TUBERA,
1st Runner Up to the Laga Ta Bukidnon 2014 title.

Winners of the Laga Ta Bukidnon 2014 Beauty Pageant
Photo from Pageant Organisers
Miss Malaybalay bagged the crown for
Laga Ta Bukidnon 2014 / Miss Bukidnon Centennial.

Other winners are:

Miss Libona - 2nd Runner Up
Miss Manolo Fortich - 3rd Runner Up
Miss Malitbog - 4th Runner Up

Saturday, 16 August 2014

Talakag's Bet for the Laga Ta Bukidnon 2014 (Miss Bukidnon Centennial) Title

Good Luck to Miss JONAFE TUTO TUBERA who will be representing Talakag at the Laga Ta Bukidnon 2014 (Miss Bukidnon Centennial) Beauty Pageant tomorrow night in Malaybalay, Bukidnon.

Ethnic Costume
(Photo from Pageant Organiser)
Talent Night
(Photo from PIA-Bukidnon)

For a complete and updated Kaamulan 2014 Schedule of Activities please visit BukidnonOnline.

Saturday, 9 August 2014

THE OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE NEW UGUIABAN BRIDGE

At long last there's good news for the Talakagnons!  The new Uguiaban Bridge was officially opened today.  This was built to replace the old bridge that got washed away by Typhoon Pablo in December 2012.  We have been waiting for this much needed infrastructure for 18 months.  This is  a huge relief to our local businessmen and farmers, and so with companies like Del Monte, Dole, SoBros Paper & Steel Mill, and Loggers.

We can only hope and pray that this new bridge will stand strong against the forces of nature and last longer than the last one.

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Programme 
The Honourable Congresswoman Malou Acosta-Alba
Looking Across from Cagayan de Oro Side
Looking Across from Talakag Side
Whilst we appreciate that the new Uguiaban Bridge is now open for crossing, there's still more work on the barriers, bases and finishing touches that need to be done, as you can see on the photos below.