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The busy manhid

Netnet Camomot THIS could be your busiest month. Accomplishment report deadline, seminar, business trip, concert, organizing a club for young ones, charter anniversary, surgical mission. As usual, the secret is one day at a time for it’s never possible to do all these in one day. The other secret is ...

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From a distance

Ruffy Magbanua SINGAPORE –Unlike the Merscov  scare that prompted health authorities here to quash the wrong information coming from Cagayan de Oro last week, the lies and deception has started  brewing back home as election fever hit ground, up and running for  the most coveted seat in Malacanang. ‘Tis a season ...

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Mayoral candidates on health

Churchill Aguilar THIS is my second installment on my attempt to inform our readers about the plans and visions of our mayoral candidates. Once again, I would like to thank XU-GLI for hooking me up with the three leading candidates. Let it be noted that I have only given them a ...

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Ignoramuses?

A. Paulita Roa MY heart sank when I saw the photo and read the accompanying article in Philippine Daily Inquirer (Feb. 8, 2016) about the Iriga City Hall that was demolished save for the facade. This edifice built during the American colonial period  is considered an important heritage structure and ...

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More than a movie review

Karl Gaspar NOW in most cinemas across the country, Alejandro G. Inarritu’s film “The Revenant” starring Leonardo DiCaprio who has just won the Golden Globe award for Best Actor is could possibly win the Oscar very soon. Written by Inarritu and Mark Smth, based on Michael Punke’s novel, this powerful ...

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The Edsa circus

Erick San Juan “There are years that ask questions and years that answer.” –Zora Neale Hurston, 1891–1960, an American novelist, short story writer, folklorist, and anthropologist AS in the case of the “1986 Edsa People Power Revolution,” a lot of questions were answered after several years passed. Unfortunately there are ...

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Doleouts in LP proclamation rally?

Batas Mauricio THE Malacanang Press Corps is a group of reporters from different media entities covering President Aquino and the various offices under the Office of the President. Yet, some of its members have interesting stories to share about how they were literally herded by Palace staff members, free plane ...

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Seeking and finding God

Fr. Roy Cimagala WE normally look for something before we can find it. But there are instances when without looking, we find something. In these cases, we usually call the person involved as a lucky finder, or someone enjoying a windfall or some manna from heaven. This can happen in ...

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Dongkoy’s gambit

Bencyrus Ellorin ONE of the dominant community news last week was the disappearance from office of a controversial Capitol personality. On the day the news broke out, Gov. Bambi Emano replaced his provincial administrator. There was no elaborate explanation on the departure of the very powerful lawyer Maricar San Jose. ...

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Fishers of men

Butch Bagabuyo “Faith is the force of life.”–Tolstoy YESTERDAY’S “opening salvo” shows beyond any shadow of doubt that faith, being a “force of life,” can make things happen but only when we put out our utmost in  sharing with the needy whatever little blessings from our God and master. With practically ...

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