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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.

Forced evacuation in Manolo Fortich

MALAYBALAY, Bukidnon–Hundreds of families living along a river in Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon were evacuated Thursday night to safer grounds due to threats of flooding as a result of continued rains, the military said. Capt. Norman Tagros, the spokesperson of the Army’s 403rd Brigade based here, said the evacuation had to ...

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Cayetano denies he’s behind plot to oust Koko

SEN. Alan Peter Cayetano yesterday denied allegations of Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV that he is behind an supposed plot to oust Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III so he could replace him. “It’s a figment of the imagination of Sen. Trillanes. I don’t have any plans to get the leadership,” Cayetano ...

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Revisitng the essentials

Ian Alfredo Magno WHAT could be a better form of education regarding the harsh effects of climate change than greeting its muddy envoy stealthily soaking that cozy couch in your very own living room? Such was the lesson Kagay-anon folks learned (again), whose houses were vandalized by flashfloods laden with dirt, ...

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Plug the leaks

Bencyrus Ellorin CAGAYAN de Oro City is flood-prone. This is primarily due to its topography; it is located below the Bukidnon plateau and its main river system, the Cagayan River, has headwaters coming from Mindanao’s second and third highest mountains, the Kitanglad and Kalatungan. Around a fifth of the city’s ...

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Cerilles to welcome NSPC participants

Zamboanga del Sur Gov. Antonio H. Cerilles is scheduled to welcome guests and participants in the upcoming National Schools Press Conference(NSPC) with the theme “Strengthening Freedom of Information through Campus Journalism” come Jan. 22 at  Megayon, Dao, Pagadian City which expects more or less 5,000 participants nationwide  including visitors and  ...

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2 public grade schools suspend classes for a week

TWO public elementary schools here have declared suspension of classes for a week after both schools incurred heavy damages recently. Both elementary schools suffered major damages after it was flooded with muds, rocks and other debris on Monday due to the heavy downpour caused by a Low Pressure Area (LPA) ...

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February declared nat’l health insurance month

February is PhilHealth Day. Councilor Maria Lour-des Gaane and members of the City Council committee on health and sanitation and health insurance, supported the declaration of Feb. 14 as PhilHealth Day. During its meeting, Marlon Arrabaca of Philhealth Regional Office 10 said every February of the year PhilHealth celebrates National ...

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Rains wreak havoc in Mindanao regions

By SHIELA MAE BUTLIG Correspondent and BING TENORIO GSD-Bukidnon Bureau chief MORE evacuations here and other Mindanao areas were reported yesterday as continuous rains caused rivers, lakes and creeks to swell and spawned floodings. Bad weather made people edgy, prompting  some schools to call off classes. Here, many workers opted ...

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Koko supports calls to start probe into P60-m bridge project

By NITZ ARANCON and LITO RULONA Correspondents SENATE President Aquilino Pimentel III yesterday supported the call for an investigation into the Bitan-ag bridge project of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) even as he said he would bring the matter to the attention of Public Works Secretary Mark ...

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