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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.

What shortage? Rice stocks good for 3 months: Piñol

KIDAPAWAN City – The country’s rice stocks will last for about three months and there is no truth to reports that there is shortage, Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol has assured. Piñol, citing data, said the country produced 19.4 million metric tons of palay in 2017, believed to the biggest in …

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Gan warns Kikang: Take over as Oro mayor or else

By LITO RULONA Correspondent COUNCILOR Leon Gan over the weekend called on Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin Uy to assume as mayor of Cagayan de Oro based on the Feb. 5 service of a dismissal order by the Office of the Ombudsman against Mayor Oscar Moreno. Gan warned Uy that his …

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Narcs burn P12m worth of drugs with help of Misor cement firm

By NITZ ARANCON and A.L. RICALDE Correspondent AUTHORITIES reduced to ashes over P12 million worth of shabu, marijuana, and expired regulated medicines using the incinerator of a cement production plant in Barangay Salimbal, Luga-it town in Misamis Oriental on Friday. Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency regional director Wilkins Villanueva said incinerated …

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The Sensei of Riverdale Karate

Elson Elizaga A SMALL Karate class started only in 2017 in Barra, Opol but three of its four students already won top prizes in the recent Karate tournament organized by the Private Schools Athletic Association (PRISAA). This feat isn’t a surprise because their sensei is “the legend” Gabriel Operanta. Operanta …

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Beyond negotiating panels (2)

Sitti Djalia Turabin-Hataman 2nd Part FROM Day 1, I was the reluctant congresswoman. I have always been a community worker. I can spend hours in conversation with women under a tree, and just listen to how they are, their concerns, how they think they can be addressed. From 1997 when …

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The burger battle

Netnet Camomot   JOLLIBEE has Aga Muhlach, Charlene Gonzales and their twin children. McDonald’s has Gabby Concepcion and Sharon Cuneta—perfect for Valentine’s Day. So, whose ad do you prefer? Ate Shawie’s “Unexpectedly Yours” made me an instant Sharonian, thus, I’ll now be hooked on McDo’s McChicken sandwich forever and ever. …

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The basics of courtesy

Egay Uy SOME people often forget the respect begets respect and courtesy begets a like treatment.  In the workplace, leaders, department heads, assistant department heads, or supervisors owe it to their people to observe the basics of courtesy. Some sources say courtesy should be maintained when talking to co-workers or …

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Teenage girl stabs woman

Iligan City — A teenager stabbed a woman earlier this week in a fit of anger. Senior Insp. Jasper Ian Ello Pascu, Station Commander of Police Station 5 at Poblacion, this city, identified as Kristine Macalisang, 18, single, and resident of Bacolod, Lanao del Norte. She sustained a stab wound …

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‘On my own terms,’ says Bambi of dare

By EDWIN IYO Correspondent IF he decides to run for Cagayan de Oro mayor in next year’s elections, it would be on his own terms and not because he was challenged into seeking the city’s top post. This was the gist of Misamis Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano’s response on …

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