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TREND MAKER. Mindanao Gold Star Daily was established in 1989 to set ablaze a new meaning & flame to the local newspaper business. Throughout the years it continued its focus and interest in the rural areas & pioneered the growth of countryside journalism.

City hall plans to build new sports center in Lumbia

IF plan goes well, a modern and state-of-the-art sports training center will rise in Barangay Lumbia soon. City sports consultant Oscar Cinco said the proposed three-hectare Cagayan de Oro City Sports Training Center would be equipped with facilities such as rubberized track and field oval, football, softball and baseball fields, ...

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Woman killed, 14 hurt as truck, van collide

By EDWIN IYO Correspondent GINGOOG City–A woman died and 14 other people were injured when a truck and a public van collided on the highway in Barangay San Luis, this city, yesterday morning. SPO1 Michael Maestrado identified the fatality as Marites Ramoso, 37, Quirino, San Luis. Maestrado said the mini-dump ...

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Alvarez okays Duterte plan to pick his brgy officials

SPEAKER Pantaleon Alvarez yesterday backed the plan of President Duterte to cancel the barangay elections in October and instead appoint barangay officials in a bid to stamp out “narco-politics” in the country. In a radio interview, Alvarez said Duterte’s plan to appoint leaders of over 42,000 barangays is possible through ...

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‘Tokhang big time’

Ian Alfredo Magno IT is quite disturbing why, despite the recently reloaded “Tokhang” efforts, prohibited drugs still proliferate by the billion pesos even in the most unsuspecting places. There seems to be three schools of thought which could explain this rather stubborn phenomenon.  First, drug suppliers are bent on keeping their ...

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Community monitoring system

Ike Señeres IT is customary for scientists to classify flora and fauna as either extinct or rare, depending on how their species are surviving in the earth. To some extent, this manner of classification is also applied to humans, as there are tribes that also become extinct or rare, in ...

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Two NPA rebels, militiaman killed in Agusan Sur firefight

Two New People’s Army (NPA) rebels and a militiaman were killed as fresh fighting erupted anew in Agusan del Sur Thursday afternoon, a belated military report said yesterday. “We acted upon the report that a group of armed NPAs were (conducting) extortion activities in the said community,” Lt. Col. Rommel ...

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Abu Sayyaf hijacks cargo vessel, seizes 4 crewmen

ZAMBOANGA City–Gunmen believed to be from the Abu Sayyaf seized four people from a cargo vessel they hijacked off Basilan. Lt. Commander Alvin Dagalea, Zamboanga Coast Guard Station commander, identified two of the four victims as Aurelio Agacac and Laurencio Tiro. The identities of the other two have yet to ...

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Troops rescue two abducted Malaysians

TWO Malaysian crew members kidnapped by the Abu Sayyaf eight months ago were rescued at 2 am yesterday in Kalinggalang Caluang near Pata Island, Sulu, the Western Mindanao Command (Westmincom) said. A press release from the Westmincom’s Public Information Office showed that a Fleet-Marine team composed of sailors and Marines ...

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