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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.

Usaid donates TV sets to MSU-Marawi

By Frank E. Dosdos, Jr. Correspondent The United States Agency for International Development in collaboration of Lanao del Sur non-government organizations donated nine 48-inch TV sets to Mindanao State University-Main Campus in Marawi recently. Amenoding Cali of Kalimudan sa Ranao Foundation, Inc, told reporters that their organization together with two ...

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Galua lawyer says Koko, JV can testify

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent THE lawyer of architect Rey Galua, listed as a “prime person of interest” by the police that is investigating the Dec. 2, 2017 killing of a state university president here, is looking into the possibility of turning Senate President Aquilino Martin Pimentel III and Sen. Joseph ...

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Marie accepts Pontillas despite Ruthie’s questions

By EDWIN IYO Correspondent GINGOOG City — Mayor Marie Guingona has accepted the designation of Chief Insp. Ariel Philip Pontillas as the city’s new police director despite her mother’s questions. John Ladaga, assistant city administrator, said the mayor welcomed Pontillas’s designation and even pledged to continue supporting the city police ...

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P180m for upgrade of road that links Balingasag, Claveria

MISAMIS Oriental Yevgeny Vincente Emano has announced that the provincial government would spend P180 million to upgrade a road that links Balingasag and Claveria towns. The project would start this month. Emano announced this in Baliwagan, Balingasag where he broke ground for the 15.88-kilometer road project that would be completed ...

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Australians provide meals for 50,000 Marawi studes

AUSTRALIA has provided P42.7 million to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to support the Philippine government’s response to the Marawi crisis. With this funding, WFP will be able to provide six months of school meals for 50,000 students affected by the crisis. “As a good friend and neighbor, ...

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The definitive vagina monologue

Rhona Canoy SO… Having just survived the floral and traffic deluge of Valentines and all the female expectations that accompany this fake holiday, my perspective on our dear President Digong’s latest utterances regarding female private parts is definitely broadening. It is easy to surrender to an instant and definitely visceral ...

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What makes the barangay unique and special?

Manny Valdehuesa IF barangay elections will indeed be held, it is essential that aspiring candidates and the barangay community be brought up to speed on the nature of the positions to be filled as well as on the unique aspects of barangay governance. Direct democracy with a parliamentary government is ...

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Watch out, this V shoots back

By Jhoanna Lynn V. Cruz DAVAO City — I purposely didn’t post anything about Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque’s statement about feminists being “OA” or overacting to Duterte’s anti-woman jokes because I didn’t want to dignify it. It seemed like a throwback to the ’80s when feminists in the Philippines started ...

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Sharpening our combat skills

Fr. Roy Cimagala THE season of Lent is meant for sharpening our skills in spiritual warfare. This should be foremost in our mind as we go through the highly recommended acts of penance and mortification during these days of Lent. We cannot deny that our life here on earth is ...

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