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Underage suspect faces anti-carnapping charges in Gingoog city

By Edwin Iyo Correspondent . Gingoog City — An underaged suspect of carnapping will be facing criminal charges as the authorities filed  a case for violating Section 3 of the New Anti Carnapping Law (RA 10883). Chief investigator Teddy Macarayo has confirmed that they filed the charges against a 17-year-old ...

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Motorela drivers slam city hall’s new policy

By LITO RULONA Correspondent . An alliance of motorela drivers and operators are up in arms with city hall’s new policy in business permit and licensing division where they are required to sign an oath for “re-registration and re-numbering.” In a statement yesterday, Sonny Hinosolango, treasurer of Macasandig Operators and ...

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Gingoog cops impound 48 ‘colorum’ sidecars

By Edwin Iyo Correspondent . Gingoog City — About 48 motorelas and side cars were impounded by the Gingoog Traffic Division during a whole day  operation  at a check point along Graciana road this city Wednesday. The operation was done upon the order of Supt. Ariel Philip Pontillas, Gingoog City ...

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Grade 8 student shot dead

By Nora Soriño Iligan City Bureau Chief and Sita Asequia Correspondent . Iligan City — A Grade 8 student was shot dead here. Police at Station 4 at Tubod, identified the victim as Jessa Ucad, 15, a student at the Iligan City National High School Annex who was also working ...

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Nunongan hosts ‘Week of Peace’ culmination

By Frank E. Dosdos, Jr, and Sita Asequia Correspondents . ILIGAN City — One of the most bountiful municipalities of Lanao del Norte, Nunongan, nestled up on the mountains overlooking Kapatagan Valley, hosted the Culmination of the 2018 Lanao del Norte Week of Peace late last month. Town Mayor Marcos ...

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Minalwang clash only a chance encounter, Misor councilor says

By Shiela Mae Butlig Correspondent . Misamis Oriental Board Member Gerardo Sabal believes that the clashes between government soldiers and Maoist guerrillas in Minalwang, Claveria were just chance encounters. Sabal said he doesn’t believe that NPA memeber are residing in Minalwang Claveria. “Posible ani nga nagtagbo rani sila kay gipahingusgan ...

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DILG to verify village chief vacancy

By LITO RULONA Correspondent . The Cagayan de Oro office of the Department of Interior and Local Government is set to conduct verification and installation of the rightful public official that will hold office in Barangay Lapasan, this city. DILG chief Engr. Jane Docallos said issues of the rightful public ...

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Cop now out of danger after highway mishap

By Edwin Iyo Correspondent . Gingoog City — A police officer, who figured in a motorcycle accident last Saturday, has been declared by attending physicians to be out of harm’s way but would still need more days to recuperate. Police traffic Investigator SPO2 Michael Maestrado said PO3 Arden Cartagena, 30, ...

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PH, MILF commit to sustain gains of the 4-year old CAB

  By Teng L. Datu Cotabato City Bureau Chief . The Government of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) affirmed their commitment to pursue the milestones gained since the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB) during the celebration of the peace agreement’s 4th anniversary ...

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