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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.

City hospital can’t provide intensive care facilities yet

By LITO RULONA Correspondent THE city hallun JR Borja Memorial General Hospital won’t likely have an intensive care unit this year or the next. The hospital’s assistant chief, Dr. Ma. Magdalena Juan, told the city council’s committee on finance and appropriations, and committee on ways and means on Wednesday that ...

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After Marawi, AFP to focus on NPA rebels in Mindanao

DAVAO City — Soldiers assigned in Marawi City might be deployed to areas in Mindanao beset by the communist-led insurgency now that military operations against the remnants of the Isis-inspired Maute Group are “winding down,” Armed Forces Chief of Staff Gen, Rey Leonardo Guerrero said here on Tuesday. Guerrero, speaking ...

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Pagasa warns as weather system picks up strength

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent THE Philippine Atmos-pheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration yesterday sounded alarm bells as a low pressure area that has the potentials of turning into a storm moved closer to Mindanao. Luz Mercado, a weather specialist at the Pagasa station in El Salvador City, the weather system ...

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Propaganda: then and now

Ric Maulion “Truth is the first casualty in war.” -Ninoy Aquino   WE have seen how propaganda  proliferated during World War II, onwards. There was Joseph Goebbels, Nazi propagandist for the German Third Reich. As Adolf Hitler’s chief propagandist, he created a favorable image of Nazism for Germans and crafted ...

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Deconflictualization

Macapado Muslim THE relatively efficient handling of the government’s military operation against the MG-ASG forces and the associated non-military dimensions which projected the campaign specifically target the terrorist elements (i.e., not against Islam or the Muslims), and the sustained multisectoral relief operation efforts and other ameliorative initiatives by various agencies, ...

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Being part of solutions

Egay Uy THE meeting called by the committee on Roads and Traffic Management of Councilor Romeo Calizo on Nov. 14, 2017 was fruitful, to say the least. The lone agendum was how to address the negative perception regarding the behavior of some traffic enforcers. As the RTA has been saying ...

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Faith and food

Netnet Camomot RAINY days and Mondays… But a low pressure area on a Thursday morning—ugh. Not in the middle of the week, please. And not on Monday, Friday, Saturday. A rainy Sunday is the best, one wakes up with the sound of rain, sleeps with the sound of rain—perfect for ...

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Oldest yet finest

Letter LAST Saturday’s event  marked the 66th year of Cagayan de Oro Press Club, the oldest yet finest press club this country ever had. COPC is a year older than the National Press Club (NPC) based in Manila. The latter was founded on Oct. 29, 1952 while COPC was born ...

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Group launches 2-day humanitarian mission

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent HUMAN rights advocates launched the 3rd International Humanitarian Mission in Marawi City, here in the city yesterday morning. The International Interfaith Humanitarian Mission (IIHM 3.0) started Thursday and will end today. Led by Kalinaw Mindanao, the humanitarian mission is organized by people’s organizations Suara Bangsamoro, Moro-Christian ...

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