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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.

Communist rebels abduct two cops in Surigao Norte

SURIGAO City — Authorities have launched pursuit operations against New People’s Army guerrillas who abducted two police officers in Surigao del Norte on Monday. Surigao del Norte police director Senior Supt. Anthony Maghari identified the policemen as PO2 John Paul Doverte and PO2 Alfredo Degamon of the police station in ...

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Rude awakening

Bencyrus Ellorin I SUSPECTED that the probers of the Cagayan de Oro water mess may be barking up the wrong tree. Again, I would say that they may have inadvertently fell on the trap and bought the script being peddled by people who want the Moreno administration to look bad. ...

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Best president we never had

Arnold Garbanzos ILIGAN City — Tomas L. Cabili was, during his time, one of our country’s best minds and a man who saw the future. He was astute and stood on principles. While the rest of the other national leaders shined the boots of the Japanese, Tomas Cabili choose to ...

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Chasing the centenarian dream

Ric Maulion “Man does not live by bread alone but also bread and butter.” -The Gospel According to Peanuts   “JUST in the nick of time! I must say it was really a long wait but it was well worth the wait,” Rep. Edcel Lagman exclaimed after PNoy signed into ...

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‘12’

Netnet Camomot “12” is a movie about letting go. I used to say letting go sounds like latigo. Latigo 50? Latigo 50 is a veterinary medicine, an anthelmintic to let go of parasitic worms in pigs and fighting cocks. No, not that fighting cock—that’s the human kind. The keyword there ...

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Slit each other’s throat?

Batas Mauricio THAT even Filipinos who are supposed to have been blessed with the capacity to think of more noble things (compared to many of our ordinary countrymen) have also already strayed away from the teachings and commands of God that are written in the Bible now, could no longer ...

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Village chair shot

By Nora Soriño Iligan City Bureau Chief, Ric Palahang and Sita Asequia Correspondents Iligan City — Authorities are now looking at identifying the “persons of interest” caught in a close-circuit television in a diner where a village chair was shot Monday. Police city director Senior Supt. Leony Roy Ga said ...

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Emano thanks health dept for surgical caravan in Balingasag

By Edwin Iyo Correspondent MISAMIS Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano thanked the Department of Health for bringing health services directly to the constituents of the province. In an interview, Emano said the health department has been conducting a free surgical operations in the two provincial hospitals in Balingasag and Gingoog ...

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Alert level up over communist attacks

By FROILAN GALLARDO Special Correspondent LITO RULONA and NITZ ARANCON Correspondents MILITARY and police authorities raised the alert level in the region as New People’s Army rebels stepped up offensives along the boundaries of Bukidnon and Lanao, and in Misamis Oriental. Troops foiled an attempt by communist rebels to carry ...

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