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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.

Knowing our true cultural identity (2)

A. Paulita Roa Conclusion I STAND corrected. The official logo of the Kagay-an Festival does not have the lambago tree in it as mentioned in this column the other week. Rather, it has the panika, the fan shaped Bukidnon headdress, two pineapples and a group of whitewater rafters. This logo ...

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Misor town names road after ex-broadcaster’s grandpa

THE town government of Laguindingan in Misamis Oriental yesterday unveiled a new road leading to bus terminal which it named after the grandfather of former Cagayan de Oro-based broadcaster Dolly Ilogon. Laguindingan Mayor Diosdado Obsioma led the unveiling ceremony at the Pastor P. Ilogon Sr. Avenue that serves as an ...

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City council okays pact with SSS

the City Council, during its regular session this week, enacted an ordinance authorizing Mayor Oscar Moreno to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement with the Social Security System for the provision of SSS Expanded Self-Employed Program Coverage of contractual and job order personnel of the city government. This is in ...

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Old Digos market set for demolition

By Eldie S. Aguirre Digos City Bureau Chief DIGOS City — The remaining stall occupants of the old and dilapidated mezzanine market building here have received final notice to vacate the structure before the end of this month. In a press briefing, Mayor Joseph Peñas said he personally met with ...

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Survey says Davao expects more from Mayor Duterte

DAVAO City — While City Mayor Sara Duterte’s leadership received a considerably “good rating” from Dabawenyos, a survey also revealed that residents want to see more from the local government by bringing in more efforts to remote areas in the city. This was the most common suggestion among the 1,200 ...

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NPA apologizes for killing baby

By LITO RULONA Correspondent T HE New People’s Army has sought forgiveness from the family of the infant that was killed in an ambush rebels staged in an outlying village in Talakag town in Bukidnon on Thursday. In a statement, Ka Malem Mabini,  spokesperson of the NPA in central Mindanao, ...

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Traffic jams at both sides of coastal road

By BEN BALCE Staff member THE newly opened Gusa-Agora section of the four-lane coastal road  may have significantly improved the vehicular traffic flow in many parts of the city but it’s still far from perfect. Officials on Tuesday admitted that there were vehicular traffic congestions on both sides of the ...

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Madrigal assumes as Eastmincom chief today

FORMER 4th Infantry Division commander Lt. Gen. Benjamin Madrigal is set to take over as the new chief of the Eastern Mindanao Command today. Marine Col. Edgard Arevalo, chief of the Armed Forces’ Public Affairs Office, said Madrigal takes over the post vacated by Lt. Gen. Rey Leonard Guerrero who ...

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