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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.

Dads ask PNP to retain assignment of two cops

A RESOLUTION  earnestly requesting Chief Supt. Timoteo Pacleb, Regional Director of the PNP-Regional Office 10, and Senior Supt. Robert Roy Bahian, City Director of Cagayan de Oro City Police Office, to retain the assignment of Senior Insp. Maricris Ybanez Mulat and Senior Insp. Dennis Sabal Ebsolo at the Cocpo was …

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NPA attacks very disturbing: Moreno

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent THE chairman of northern Mindanao’s peace and order council on Tuesday sounded alarm bells over the series of attacks carried out by Maoist guerrillas in the region. The Regional Peace and Order Council met and discussed the ambuscades and other attacks blamed on the New People’s …

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Madlos breaks silence, asks baby’s family to forgive NPA

THE highest ranking official of the National Democratic Front in Mindanao yesterday broke his silence in order to express his apologies for the death of a four-month old baby girl in an ambush staged by rebels in Talakag, Bukidnon on Thursday. In a statement, NDF spokesman for Mindanao Jorge Madlos …

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Govt forces launch fresh offensive against Biff in Maguindanao

THE military launched another offensive against members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (Biff) in Maguindanao yesterday morning. Army Capt. Arvin John Encinas, spokesperson of the 6th Infantry Division, said the military received an information about the presence of armed groups in Barangay Meta in Datu Unsay town and Barangay …

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‘Keyboard army inflates impression of support for Duterte war’

MALAYBALAY City — Members of a “keyboard army” are being paid to amplify the impression that the Duterte administration’s “brutal crackdown on the drug trade” has obtained widespread public support, a US-based democracy and human rights watchdog said in a report released on Tuesday. “Reports of commenters paid to manipulate …

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Emano: Govt to build new road to link Oro, Misor

THE Department of Public Works and Highways would build another major road that would link San Simon, this city, and Opol town in Misamis Oriental all the way to Iligan City, Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano has revealed. Emano said the planned diversion road would link the Cagayan de Oro barangay …

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Threat to Marawi rehabilitation

Dave Achondo NOW, Marawi city is almost at peace and the government has “won” the battle against the Maute Group. That is according to our President, of course. But there was no doubt that the government would win it eventually. Today, the city of Marawi faces another ordeal — the …

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Who brokered the deal?

Ben Contreras ARE we seeing history repeating itself? There are indications that make things look like it. The story goes back years ago when the Cagayan de Oro Water District was in need of a bulk water supplier and there were bidders who were qualified and almost bagged the deal. …

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‘Pag-hazard lang’

Egay Uy THE Roads and Traffic Administration has recently been the object of negative reactions from road users allegedly because of the way traffic enforcers, some of them anyway, deal with road users. Incidents have been reported to the RTA through letters, phone calls, text messages, and even through the …

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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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