This barangay is about 1 kilometer opposite of Barangay Igbugo across Oyungan River and Narorogan Creek.
It is said that in the past, a person was found dead after falling from a cliff near the barrio site. Because of this incident, early residents called the place Nahulog. Later it was changed to Narorogan.
The first barrio teniente of this place who stayed very long in the position was Ramon Failagao. Other heads later were Maximo Failagao, Crispiniano Nillos, Juan Failagal (1939-1947), Victor Secolles (1948-1953), Valencio Mabahon (1954-1955), Jesus Navallasca (1956-1959) and Pedro Quilantang (1960-1971). This was followed by Felixberto Muralla who headed the place from 1972-1975 without finishing his term of office because he has to work overseas. Esteban Farparan (1975-1979) took over the position.
Narorogan which was the patronal charge of Igbugo for a long time has observed its own barangay fiesta since November 1976 with the Lady of the Miraculous Medal as patroness.
Pedro Nillos who graduated salutatorian at Central Luzon Agricultural School in Muņos, Nueva Ecija, shortly before World War II, a retired plant pest control officer of the Bureau of Plant Industry, Manila and outstanding citizen of the town for the year 1961 hailed from this place.
Sufficient water supply and barangay road.
|Lemuel Muyong||Punong Barangay|
|Eduardo Navallasca Jr.||Kagawad|
|Jose Marie Nasalga||SK Chairman|
|Leia Nique||Barangay Secretary|
|Leonora Caballero||Barangay Treasurer|
|Residential||8360 sq. meters|
|Number of transportation available in the barangay||Tricycle 3, Bicycle 2|
|Number of male||117|
|Number of female||142|
|Number of youths||52|
|Number of households||43|
|Number of houses||45|
|List of sports facilities||Basketball court|
|Number of college students||2|
|Number of high school students||9|
|Number of elementary pupils||30|
|Number of pre-schoolers||10|
|Prevailing religion||Roman Catholic|
|Other religious sectors present in the barangay||Universal Sovereign Catholic Church, Baptist|
|Number of Houses with Electricity||21|
|Number of Houses without Electricity||16|
|Number of Communication Facilities||cellphones 4, Handheld radios 2|
|Number of Water Supply System||Jetmatic pump 6, Deepwell 3, Spring Water 1|
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