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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.

The founding of a school

A.Paulita Roa IT was in year 1907 that Misamis Gov. Apolinar R. Velez conceived the idea of opening a provincial high school when he noticed that only the children of affluent families in Cagayan can afford to go to Manila or Cebu to pursue higher studies. At that time, there ...

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The Crescent Rising

Written and Directed by Sheron Dayoc Cinematographers: Sheron Dayoc, Arbi Barbarona, Joseph Suarez, Ryan Marcal & Mark Limbaga Musical Score: Kit Mendoza Sound Recorder: Maki Serapio Sound Design: Jess Carlos Editors: Bianca Topacio, Jolina Matthew Baquino, Maiu Mauricio Colorist: Louie Nakpil Executive Producer: Anak Mindanao Line Producer: Norhaiya Casilen Diabo-Macusang ...

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Telco to PCCI: Be with us in building one digital nation

THE country’s largest telecommunication firm’s enterprise information and communications arm – Globe Business led the discussion on connectivity- the various challenges it faces and the telco’s initiatives to improve service at a panel session alongside dignitaries from numerous Philippine chapters of chambers of commerce at the Philippine Chamber of Commerce ...

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Couple in Cabadbaran city arrested in drug raid

By Ben Serrano, Correspondent BUTUAN City — A couple reportedly a staff to Agusan del Norte and Cabadbaran City officials were arrested in shabu raid in Cabadbaran City last Saturday noon after more than half a million pesos worth of shabu, .45 cal pistol and ammunitions were confiscated from their ...

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Officials divided on Espenido transfer

By LITO RULONA and NITZ ARANCON Correspondents OFFICIALS in Cagayan de Oro and Misamis Oriental are divided on Camp Crame’s order to transfer former Albuera, Leyte police chief Jovie Espenido and 15 of his men here. Chief Insp. Espenido and his men are scheduled to report for work at Camp ...

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Country to experience longest night this week

THE Northern Hemisphere, including the Philippines, will experience on Wednesday its longest night and shortest day this year. “That is when the 2016 winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere will happen,” said Dario dela Cruz, astronomy chief of the state weather bureau Pagasa. He said on that day, the sun ...

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Mother and child custody

Joe Pallugna THE legal issue of custody of minor children have been recurring as the general rule is that the mother shall have custody of a child five years or younger. This rule, however, partakes of several exceptions. Take the case of Gina and Conrado. Conrado, a married man, lived-in ...

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Leadership

Bencyrus Ellorin ADVENT is the season of waiting for the coming of the Savior, the Messiah. In Christian teaching, the coming of the Messiah is the birth of the Son of God – Jesus Christ who will later on die on the cross to save humanity from the ultimate penalty ...

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