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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.

Pimentel, Ejercito deny knowing Galua

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent SENATE President Aquilino Martin Pimentel III and Sen. Joseph Victor Ejercito have denied knowing the “prime person of interest” in the investigation into the Dec. 2, 2017 shooting death of University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines president Ricardo Rotoras. The separate denials, made on ...

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Govt accountants in Mindanao to hold 3-day conference in Oro

THE capitol will host the Governor’s Night during the first day of the three-day 12th Mindanao Geographical Conference of the Philippine Association of Local Government Accountants (Phalga) here tomorrow. With the theme, “LGU Fiscal Managers: Responsible Stewards of Public Resources,” the conference would be participated in by the local government ...

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46 nabbed in gambling drive won’t get punished yet

By LITO RULONA Correspondent IT would take time before any of the 46 people recently arrested and charged in Region 10 in connection with the government’s renewed anti-illegal gambling campaign can get convicted. In the meantime, the suspects would go scot-free. This was acknowledged by Camp Alagar spokesman Supt. Lemuel ...

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Group says Dengvaxia scare due to ‘experts’ with no research

ORGANIZED consumers and commuters yesterday called on Filipino parents to exercise caution and circumspection before believing in claims about the Dengvaxia vaccine even as it noted that many were coming from so-called “medical experts” who conducted no research about it. In a statement sent to this paper yesterday, the Consumer-Commuter ...

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Family of 4 hurt in Masterson mishap

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent FOUR members of a family were hurt after their car and a pick-up truck figured in a head-on collision on Masterson Ave. in upper Carmen on Sunday night. The road accident involved an old KIA sedan, driven by 42-year old Michael Abecia, and a Nissan pickup ...

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The Lorax

Cong Corrales “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”  -Dr. Seuss, The Lorax   I THINK the worst by-product of impunity is apathy. Unfortunately, I see it happening to our country down to the most basic unit of government. Too ...

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Federalism grassroots up

Manny Valdehuesa HAD the spirit of autonomy been promoted since the Local Government Code (R.A. 7160) was enacted in 1991, we would all have developed proficiency in autonomy or self-governance by now, easing the way for the advocates of federalism to have it adopted. All that was needed was for ...

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My sister on the environment

Ben Contreras AFTER spending one month in her home city, my sister Lydia Tiu Velasco would soon be back to Canada, not knowing when she would be back again or if would she be back sooner to do what she said she would do given the opportunity. In her younger ...

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Spur of duty or duty to do justice?

By Michael O. Mastura Sultan Kudarat Islamic Academy COTABATO City — The time to vacillate is over. If asked to name the most definitive policy statement of President Duterte about doing justice to the Bangsamoro, it is understandable if a layman replied: Wala po siya nasabi tunkol sa BBL (Bangsamoro ...

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Oro writers’ group holds writeshop for teachers

AS part of the 2018 National Arts Month and the Panaghugpong 10: Xavier Arts Festival , the Xavier Center for Culture and the Arts and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, in partnership with the Nagkahiusang Magsusulat sa Cagayan de Oro, organize the Ani ng Sining Workshop on ...

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