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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.

Mindanao power crisis worsens due to 3 Lanao landowners

THE National Grid Corp. of the Philippines (NGCP) placed the Mindanao grid on “red alert” as the power deficiency worsened because of three men who are demanding payment from the government. Melfrance Capulong, speaking for NGCP-Southern Mindanao, said NGCP was forced to raise the alert level, scheduled from from 9 ...

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Mother Mary

Fr. Leo Pabayo GOD willed from all eternity that a virgin should become the mother of the Savior of the world. This became discernible to the prophets who were disposed to receive revelations from God. One prophet’s discernment of this revelation from God stood out in particular. This was Isaiah ...

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The drama has begun

Egay Uy REPRESENTATIVES of 12 city government departments and executive committees, along with those of other major programs of the executive department, attended the supposed budget hearing last Jan. 5 at the city council session hall to discuss the executive budget for calendar year 2016. Several other departments have their ...

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Misor has highest number of fireworks injuries

By GENEVIEVE G. CANTOR, Correspondent Misamis Oriental has 29 cases of fireworks injuries while  Bukidnon has 27 cases, according to the Department of Health (DOH 10)’s data dated Dec. 21, last year to Jan. 5, this year. The same data shows Lanao del Norte has four cases, and Misamis Occidental ...

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Farmers orient on Climate Change

ESPERANZA, Agusan del Sur — An orientation on climate change was held recently at the Farmers Training Center, spearheaded by the Department of Agrarian Reform together with the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI), here. Increased risk in farming due to global warming has already been embedded in the agricultural industry of ...

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Cagayan de Oro street names

A. Paulita Roa STREET names serve as cultural indicators of a town or city. They are important reminders of our cultural heritage as well as a way of identifying the character of the residents of the place and their patriotic sentiments, if any. During the Spanish colonial period in this ...

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Border regulations

Gail Ilagan DAVAO City–Half-naked, the young man obligingly paused for my camera balancing a 50-kilo sack of copra on his head. He summoned a smile as I shot him. He was poised to get off the spanking new P5.8-m suspension footbridge that connected the center of Barangay Maglahus to the ...

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