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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.

DENR orders probe into Surigao mining

By ERWIN MASCARIÑAS Correspondent MADRID, Surigao del Sur – The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has ordered an investigation into mining operations that have been blamed for the destructive impact of storm “Basyang” in the province last month. The DENR would be looking into the mining operations along …

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NBI eyes life sentence vs man linked to marijuana plantations

By JOEY NACALABAN Correspondent THE National Bureau of Investigation over the weekend said it was building a strong case against a man arrested for his alleged role in maintaining two marijuana plantations in Iligan City. NBI agent Jerry Tamayo said Jason Ermac, arrested during a raid  in Iligan last week, …

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Camiguin gets ready for ‘Panaad’

PREPARATIONS for the Holy Week in the island province of Camiguin are underway. Camiguin Gov. Maria Luisa Romualdo has met with the all the town mayors, technical staff, and capitol department heads for an inter-agency “sharing of responsibilities” in line with this year’s “Panaad.” Camiguin officials main concerns are on …

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Ozamiz still reeling from Parojinog era

By FROILAN GALLARDO Special Correspondent   OZAMIZ City — Seven months after the brutal killing of Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog and 14 of his relatives, Ozamiz is trying to move away from its violent past. Acting mayor Girlette Luansing said they are hoping their new thrusts on tourism will change the …

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SC ‘spectacle’ worries Pelaez, splits lawyers

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent   MISAMIS Oriental Vice Gov. Jose Mari Pelaez has expressed his disappointment over the “internal squabbles” in the Supreme Court, saying Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno’s leave of absence as a result of the bickerings among magistrates is unprecedented. “I’m sad about what’s happening in the …

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GIRL POWER.

Cowgirls grapple a bull to put down the animal in this bit of rodeo action in Manolo Fortich town, Bukidnon on Friday. (photo by froilan gallardo) Read the Latest News and Updates in Mindanao

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Not Sereno’s decision alone

Batas Mauricio IT would appear that under the Duterte government, incompetence and inefficiency have become a debilitating fad or a shameless passion, particularly at the Department of Transportation. Indeed, Transportation Secretary Art Tugade has been in power at the department for two years now, more or less, but the take-off …

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Shelf price tag

Egay Uy   MY son Jose and I shopped at a supermarket the other day.  Among other items, we bought one can of seasoned bread crumbs which was on display and priced at P81.50.  At the cashier, I estimated the total purchase we made at less than P1 thousand. To …

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Choices

Netnet Camomot   IT’S March! And it’s beginning to look a lot like… No, not Christmas. The weather is hot, hot, hot. Sweat pouring down the spine; humidity that may need the coolness of the Carrier Klarwind which reminds one of EVE, the female lead in “Wall-E”; runny nose caused …

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Kalimudan, Usaid hand livelihood equipment

By Frank E. Dosdos, Jr. Correspondent Kalimudan sa Ranao Foundation through the United States Agency for International Development (Usaid) Engage program distributed livelihood equipment to three barangays in Marawi City recently. Ding Cali of Kalimudan told reporters that the equipment consist of sewing machines and t-shirt printing machines worth over …

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