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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.

‘Vinta’ unloaded on Bukidnon: Pagasa

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent TROPICAL storm Vinta dumped much of its rainwater on Bukidnon as it traversed northern Mindanao, a weather specialist at the El Salvador station of the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration said over the weekend. The concentration of the cumulonimbus clouds over Bukidnon was the …

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COWD sees court decision on case as it settles with Rio Verde

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent THE Cagayan de Oro Water District and Rio Verde Water Consortium Inc. have arrived at a settlement that would allow a regional court to nullify their decade-old contract. COWD officials have announced that a compromise agreement between the two firms has been signed last week. Engr. …

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NCTU seeks P1-increase in jeepney fares

THE National Confederation of Transport Union is seeking a P1-increase in public jeepney fares throughout northern Mindanao. NCTU vice chairman for  northern Mindanao  Joel Gabatan said a petition for fare increase is being prepared by his group for submission to the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board by January 2018. …

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LTFRB keeps eye on erring taxi drivers

THE Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board has stepped up its campaign against taxi drivers who reject passengers and who charge passengers without using taxi meters. Aminoden Guro, LTFRB regional director, warned that erring drivers caught would face fines in the renewed campaign called “Oplan Isnabero” that started in Dec. …

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Sendong 2.0

Cong Corrales “Most floods are caused by man, not weather; deforestation, levee construction, erosion, and overgrazing all result in the loss of ecosystem services.” -Paul Hawken   IT felt weird looking at oddly familiar scenes and smelling the same odor as I was coming home to Consolacion on Saturday night. …

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Cry of the barangay

Manny Valdehuesa “SOVEREIGNTY resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them.” This constitutional dictum is under attack from, of all people, our putative representatives – congressmen and senators. We elected or re-elected them to represent our interests, to use our power judiciously. Instead they conspire to stifle …

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The continuing saga of NSC

Nora Soriño ILIGAN City — “You cannot claim victory unless you have occupied the territory.” This was what occurred to me when in an early November morning on a Monday. this year, the flag was raised at the grounds of the once proud National Steel Corp.. City officials were there …

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Never, never sing

Elson Elizaga MY favorite Christmas carol is “Joy to the World”, but not the original. It’s the version I heard from a group of ragged children in Villa Ernesto years ago: “Joy to the Lord, the Lord has come. Let er, bersing, berking. Let er bring harm. Let er bring …

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