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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.

DENR 10 conducts confab on El Niño measures

To strengthen the implementation of the National Greening Program (NGP) and protection of the forests, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR 10) recently conducted a Trai-nor’s Training on “Mitigating Measures in Response to El Niño Phenomenon” in the provinces of Lanao del Norte, Misamis Occidental, Bukidnon, Misamis Oriental ...

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Fraternal Order of Eagles creates new region

THE Fraternal Order of Eagles “Philippine Eagles”, the first born Fraternal Socio-Civic Organization in our country recently open a new door for public service and created the newest regional clubs in the Northern Mindanao Region were NMR-IV created by virtue of the 2008 Amendments of Chapter 5 Section 4 Letter ...

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Misorcares opens 2 more extension offices

El Salvador City — Gov. Bambi Emano opens two (2) more extension offices of the Misamis Oriental Care System (MisOrCareS) as a response on various requests from baranagays officials and private individuals who wanted easier accessability for free medical and social services, including hospitalization, offered by MisOrCareS to residents of ...

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Contradicting statements

Ruffy Magbanua DID we hear it right? The Department of Energy  (DOE) is telling us that there is no guarantee for a blackout-free elections. On one side, the Mindanao Development Authority or  Minda is informing us the opposite:  Mindanao will absolutely be blackout-free. And here is the National Grid Corporation of ...

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Oro not in Wurtzbach’s itinerary; Rufus frowns

By SHIELA MAE BUTLIG Correspondent REP. Rufus Rodriguez of the city’s 2nd District yesterday said he was disappointed, and wrote to Binibining Pilipinas Charities chairperson Stella Marquez-Araneta because Cagayan de Oro was not been included in Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach’s homecoming intinerary this month. Wurtzbach, who considers the city ...

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Flirting with anarchy

Bencyrus Ellorin THE injustice that has befallen Mayor Oscar Moreno has had his political opponents exposing themselves. Truly, the plot thickens. First to jump on the gun on the mayor was his erstwhile ally, 2nd District Rep. Rufus Rodriguez who thought the order of dismissal and perpetual disqualification from public ...

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Panic mode

Ruffy Magbanua IF we are to read the weather forecast,  this year’s  El Nino phenomenon will be  much disastrous  than the one we experienced  in 1998.  And the initial blow can be felt as early as now. Not only the agri sector will be  affected, the island’s major source of power ...

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Overspinning can backfire

Patricio Diaz GENERAL Santos City–Sen. Grace Poe got a reprieve for her beleaguered presidential candidacy last Dec. 28 when the Supreme Court restrained temporarily the Commission on Elections from enforcing its two decisions cancelling her certificate of candidacy. It’s just a reprieve until the Supreme Court’s final orders based on ...

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Epidemic?

Batas Mauricio IF it is true that the comment filed by Commissioner Rowena Guanzon of the Commission on Elections on the Supreme Court petitions contesting the poll body’s disqualification of Sen. Grace Poe as a candidate in the 2016 presidential elections was not approved by the Commission as a whole, she ...

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