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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.

Why I accepted the defense of Ricky Sta. Isabel

Joe Pallugna I AM sure several eyebrows will be raised upon knowing that I accepted the criminal defense of SPO3 Ricky Sta. Isabel who is the primary suspect in the kidnapping and murder of Jee Ick Joo, the Korean businessman from Angeles City, Pampanga. At the very outset, I wish ...

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Where to Metro Cagayan?

Bencyrus Ellorin A FEW days after Malacanang announced the rise of Cagayan de Oro City and neighboring areas as the 4th biggest economy and eventually a Metro Cagayan in 2025, the City of Golden Friendship was hit by flood after a few hours of blinding rains. Welcome to the club! A ...

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Dads to monitor construction of roads, bridges in the city

Cagayan de Oro City legislators are determined to monitor the implementation of roads and bridges in the city to ensure the protection of the public. During its regular session, the City Council, headed by Vice Mayor Rainier Joaquin Uy, adopted Resolution No. 12560-2017, requesting the Department of Public Works and ...

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3rd week of March is MacArthur Jubilee

March 13 to 17 is Gen. Douglas MacArthur Week here in the city. Through Resolution No. 12548-2017, the City Council during its regular session last week presided over by Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin Uy, issued this declaration in commemoration of the 75th Diamond Jubilee of Mac Arthur’s breakout from Corregidor ...

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COA thumbs down cash awards given to Misor town officials

THE Commission on Audit (COA) has called the attention of the town government of Claveria, Misamis Oriental for awarding its outgoing officials P2.2 million, saying the act went against government rules. In a three-page memorandum, state auditors Aileen Flores and Myrna Ofngol recommended that the town government stopped the release ...

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Sto. Niño Devotion

Fr. Leo Pabayo WE recently had the celebration of one of the most popular devotion to Our Lord among our people, namely, the devotion to the Sto. Nino. Our thinking about this should start with an appreciation of the basic truth of our faith that God became human in the ...

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Who are we kidding?

Gregorio Miguel Pallugna I WAS driving the car when my 11 year-old nephew asked me something about STD. I was surprised by the question and so readily told him that the person who could better explain that to him was his aunt, my sister who is a nurse, and who was ...

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Public school teacher arrested in buy-bust

By Edwin Iyo, Correspondent Gingoog City — A public school teacher was arrested during a buy-bust operation at Barangay 24 here Saturday afternoon. However, it was learned that the teacher was released hours after the arrest. Gingoog Chief of police Supt. Roel Lami-ing confirmed that among the drug suspects arrested ...

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Traumatized, flood victims cry for help, seek relocation

VICTIMS of last week’s floods in the city remained traumatized, and they are asking for help. Amie Marban, a resident of Barangay 35, recalled her ordeal as she watched her house being washed away by floodwaters. “Grabi akong kahadlok, kay nalokong mi sa tubig uban sa akong mga anak. Maayo ...

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