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Oro celebrates World Deaf Day

CAGAYAN de Oro City yesterday celebrated the opening of the International Deaf Day bannering the theme “Full inclusion with sign language.” City Councilor Ian Mark Nacaya graced that event in behalf of City Mayor Oscar Moreno. In his speech, Nacaya said that it is his fervent hope that the deaf ...

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Drunk cop sued for firing gun

A police officer is in trouble following the filing of criminal and administrative charges against him for firing a gun while under the influence of alcohol last Friday evening in Barangay Gusa. Chief Insp. Allan Curato, chief, police station 3 Agora identified the policeman as PO3 Zosimo Jale, 33, a ...

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Reds snub Duterte’s amnesty offer

DAVAO City — The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) is not taking the general amnesty offered by President Rodrigo Duterte. The CPP released the statement on Sunday, after Duterte restated to provide the revolutionary fighters housing units and recruit them to the Philippine Army if they surrender. He also ...

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Proposed law use of rainwater in Oro under study

To help conserve water and prevent flooding, the 18th City Council, through the committee on planning and development is now studying the proposed Cagayan de Oro City Rainwater Harvesting Ordinance of 2017. It will  cover all existing public buildings especially public schools, markets and golf courses and all land development ...

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Construction firm open to expropriation deal

A CONSTRUCTION company, UKC Builders, has announced that it is amenable to a deal that its property in Barangay Camaman-an to be expropriated by City Hall. The expropriation will give residents in the area an ingress and egress road from a community located behind UKC Builders’ lot. Committee chair Zaldy ...

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‘Rehabilitate Marawi for the Meranaws’

Sittie Rahma Asim, a 33-year-old single mother of two, used to earn up to P1,500 or $29 a day, selling grilled snacks near her home in Marawi City. This income is on top of what she earns from her small sari-sari store in front of her house in Officers Line, ...

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Museum gets new equipment

THE City Council has approved the request to upgrade the city’s museum by purchasing new equipment and furniture. In its regular session this week, councilors passed unanimously Ordinance No. 13291-2017 which allocates P250,000 from the City Planning Office’s “Continuing Appropriation CY 2016: Capital Outlay.” Of this amount, P130,000 has been ...

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Ludabi talents perform today

By Nora Soriño Iligan City Bureau Chief Iligan City — Talents of the cultural organization Lubas sa Dagang Bisaya (Ludabi) will perform and show their brand of entertainment today. In the show, half-forgotten Visayan songs like “Ampinging Mga Bulak” and “Lagkaw” will be among its repertoire. Expectedly, they will be ...

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