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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.

Dreamer

Margot Marfori HENDERSON, Nevada — These days, the troubles that seem to plague the new presidency here in America have been unrelenting. Steadily more disturbing, harder to swallow. Encouraging a sense of fear in the gut. So contrary to the belief, that these are but “fringe” outcries (supremacists and Nazis ...

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Illegal drug suspects nabbed in separate buy-busts

Eight suspected drug personalities have been arrested in separate buy-bust operations in the city recently. Seized from the suspects were 6.26 grams of suspected shabu with an estimated value of P38,100. Police station 9 on Wednesday caught Juclane Jurado, 62, and Junny Ampoloqio, 38. Later at same day, police captured ...

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Parents of slain student want justice

The parents of the slain Lumad student Obello Bay-ao have traveled to the nation’s capital to demand justice for their son. Genia said she still could not accept that her son Obello is already gone. Obello, a Grade 7 student of Salugpungan Ta Tanu Igkanuon Community Learning Center (STTICLC, was ...

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Govt won’t allow formation of another Marawi armed group

Malacañang yesterday warned against a shadowy group of Maranaos affected by the ongoing Marawi crisis that has threatened to use force to push for a return to normalcy in the predominantly Muslim city. The warning came following reports on the emergence of the “Meranaw Victims Movement” that demanded the restoration ...

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Capitol gets P500m to build Misor roads

MISAMIS Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano on Tuesday revealed that the government would be spending P518 million to build more farm-to-market roads in the towns of Manticao, Jasaan, Claveria, and Balingasag. The capitol said the funds from the national government are now in its treasury and the projects would be ...

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Woman says councilor slapped her over land row

By EDWIN IYO Correspondent A 56-YEAR OLD woman has threatened to sue a councilor for allegedly assaulting her over a property dispute in Barangay 25 in Gingoog City on Sunday. Julliet de Lara-Folton alleged that she was slapped thrice by Gingoog Councilor Jerome Mercado in front of the Gingoog Gallera ...

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How ‘protesterous’!

Gregorio Miguel Pallugna THE President has declared today as a “National Day of Protest,” which they refuse to call a holiday for God knows what reason. I personally do not understand why there is a need to urgently declare this day as a non-working non-holiday when millions of people are ...

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