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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.

Myles Albasin, 5 others plead not guilty

CAGAY-ANON Myles Albasin and five others accused of being communist insurgents, have entered a plea of not guilty yesterday afternoon. In her arraignment yesterday afternoon before the Regional Trial Court-Branch 45, in Bais City, Negros Oriental, Albasin’s lawyers plead not guilty on the charges of illegal possession of firearms and …

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Faucets dry up as Cobi supply drops

By JOEY NACALABAN Correspondent . THE water supply from the Manny V. Pangilinan-controlled Cagayan de Oro Bulkwater Inc. (Cobi) nosedived yesterday morning, leaving over 40 thousand of the Cagayan de Oro Water District’s residential and commercial customers with very little or no water supply at all. There has been no …

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Workers: Mining, agri sectors most problematic in Caraga

By ERWIN MASCARIÑAS Correspondent . BUTUAN City–The Kilusang Mayo Uno said Caraga’s mining and agricultural sectors are the most problematic in terms of labor issues and concerns. KMU revealed this even as some 1,000 workers and activists from the five provinces of Caraga took to the streets here on Tuesday …

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Duterte order won’t end contractualization, says KMU

THE executive order signed by President Duterte on Labor Day banning illegal contracting or subcontracting would not completely eliminate contractualization, a leader of the militant group Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) said. KMU-Southern Mindanao secretary-general Carlo Olalo said Duterte failed to acknowledge the concerns of the laborers with his latest order …

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Military clears Marawi’s two iconic Christian structures

By FROILAN GALLARDO Special Correspondent . MARAWI City–The military has declared two of the iconic Christian structures in Marawi City free of explosives but the Christians are hesitant to return. Task Force Bangon Marawi field manager Felix Castro said the military declared Dansalan College and St. Mary’s Cathedral free of …

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The Tulfo brothers violated no law

Batas Mauricio . THE $64-question that needed to be answered regarding the criticisms that are being hurled against two Tulfo brothers — Ben and Erwin — in connection with the reported use of some P60 million from the Department of Tourism (DOT) as advertising fees for their programs at PTV …

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Surrender not your barangay

Manny Valdehuesa . IT will soon be Election Day in our barangay—May 14. Time to review its performance, to renew its management team, to recharge its mandate. So that the things that should have been done will finally be done and the things that should not have been done will …

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The second word: Calling

By Antonio Gabriel M. La Viña Mindanews . Third part THE second word, dear graduates, that I offer to you on this day of your graduation. Calling. In these times, during this interregnum, with the morbid symptoms staring straight at us, what are we called to do? What is the …

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I took the side of North Korea

Ben Contreras . THERE was a time when the issue of North Korea was being discussed on Facebook — how its regime has been treating its own people, how it is being ruled by an alleged madman, and the supposed threat it has been posing because of its nuclear weapons, …

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Unsung heroines circa 1900-1901

A. Paulita Roa . Conclusion JULIA Valmorida, known as Lolay, was one of the belles of Balingasag. She married Vicente Roa y Racines of Cagayan de Misamis who was then a First Lieutenant of the Spanish Army. During the period of the Aguinaldo revolutionary government, Roa who had had military …

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