Bohol Standard

For the latest news about Bohol and the Philippines, your best source of information is the Bohol Standard. If you are online, the official website of the paper provides you with all the facts you need to know,

The website of the Bohol Standard is filled with the latest news, but everything is well laid out, so while there is plenty of information on the front page, you can glance at the contents easily. The layout of the website makes it very easy to use; on the left are the quick links to the top stories, the headlines, breaking news reports and the spotlight section. On the right are the links to the opinion sections,

Another nice feature of the Bohol Standard website is that readers can post their opinions on the articles written on the paper. The email and phone numbers are also visible on the front page, making contact with the publisher very straightforward.

The week’s prominent stories are presented at the top of the page, with an appropriate lead in paragraph, not enough to crowd the page but just right to give you the gist of the story. The front page also has links to the other top stories and also the late breaking news. This allows the user an opportunity to quickly scan the facts.

The Bohol Standard may be a local newspaper in Bohol, but the issues that it covers are nationwide in scope, so anyone with an Internet access can, with this newspaper, always be updated on what is going on the Philippines. Of course, if you are interested in the local events and issues in Bohol, this is the only resource you will need.

Unique to the Bohol Standard is the Spotlight, which features interesting stories and special features not just about Bohol but also from all over the world. You can also look at the previous issues of the newspaper on the website. This is a useful feature especially for those who need to conduct research, or simply do not want to miss out on any news items and reports.

Published weekly, the Bohol Standard website is aimed not just for Boholanos, but will also serve the needs of Filipinos, and anyone else from all over the world who wants to be kept updated on the latest events happening in the Philippines. They operate out of offices at 35 F. Rocha Street, in Tagbilaran City, 6300 Bohol, Philippines.