La Union

La Union is a province of the Philippines located in the Ilocos Region or Region 1 in Luzon, whose capital is San Fernando City and borders Ilocos Sur to the north, Benguet to the east, and Pangasinan to the south. To the west of La Union is the South China Sea.

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List Of Television Stations In The Philippines - Region I (Ilocos Region) - La Union
... Owner DWUQ-TV TV-27 San Fernando, La Union ACQ-Kingdom Broadcasting Network DWTL-TV TV-30 San Fernando, La Union ABS–CBN Corporation ...
La Unión, Guerrero
... La Unión is a city and seat of the municipality of La Unión de Isidoro Montes de Oca, in the state of Guerrero, south-western Mexico ...
Manuel Tinio - 1900. Guerilla Warfare
... engaged in a skirmish with American forces at Malabita, San Fernando, La Union ... covered the Province of Abra and Ilocos Sur south of Vigan down to Candon · La Union-Sta ... Cruz Line covering the province of La Union north to southern Ilocos Sur as far as Sta ...
List Of Radio Stations In Ilocos Region - La Union - FM Stations
... Frequency Name Website Format Call Sign Live Stream Covered Location Owner 88.7 FM Digital Planet 88.7 CHR, Pop DWLU San Fernando City 101.7 FM 101.7 Love Radio Adult Contemporary, Pop, OPM DWST San Fernando City 104.3 FM 104.3 Spirit FM Adult Contemporary, Pop, Catholic Radio DZUL San Fernando City 105.5 FM 105.5 Big Sound FM Adult Contemporary, Pop, OPM DWAA San Fernando City 106.7 FM 106.7 Hot FM - Agoo Adult Contemporary, Community Radio DWMB Agoo, La Union. ...
Manuel Tinio - The Siege of Ilocos
... North at that time, the others being Tarlac, Tarlac and San Fernando, La Union ... They found the capital of La Union already besieged by revolutionists under the command of Gen ... district of Benguet, had met no opposition for the small force of cazadores in La Trinidad had fled to Bontoc upon learning of their approach ...

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