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‘Blackout prevented Emano’s declaration’

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondents FORMER mayor Vicente Emano was supposed to formally declare his bid for the city’s mayoral post on Sunday. It did not push through “because of the brownout (blackout),” asserted Councilor Alexander Dacer. Dacer said the Padayon Pilipino decided to call off the party’s meeting with its ...

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Oca, Rufus thumb up Soriano’s ‘unity talks’

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent MAYOR Oscar Moreno and Rep. Rufus Rodriguez of the city’s 2nd District over the weekend welcomed efforts to bring them to the negotiating table for a possible agreement before the filing of certificates of candidacy next month. “I welcome that. That’s a very good move,” said Rodriguez. ...

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Raagas kin not keen on case vs Moreno

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent THE elder brother of former city administrator Hilario Roy Raagas over the weekend said his family was not interested in pressing charges against Mayor Oscar Moreno over his decision to sack the official last week. Moreno terminated the services of Raagas a day after the city ...

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Reds: Allegations meant to cover up military abuses

By SHEILA MAE BUTLIG, Correspondent MAOIST guerrillas under the Mt. Kitanglad Sub-Regional Operational Command of the Julito Tiro Command cried foul for being implicated in the killing of two Talaandig brothers in Lilingayon town, Valencia City. In a statement sent to Gold Star Daily, Mamerto Bagani, spokesman of the Mt. ...

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Dongkoy rushed to CUMC, in Room 401

By CONG B. CORRALES Associate Editor EX-MAYOR Vicente Emano was rushed to the Capitol University Medical City (CUMC) in Gusa mid-morning on Saturday, hospital personnel confirmed to the Gold Star Daily. The erstwhile leader of the city was brought to the emergency room of CUMC mid-morning, and then moved to ...

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In the end, there can be only one

By HERBIE GOMEZ Editor in chief FIGURES don’t lie, and data culled from the 2010 and 2013 elections indicate that next year’s political exercise would be a cliffhanger given a three-cornered fight for the mayoral post involving Mayor Oscar Moreno, Rep. Rufus Rodriguez, and ex-mayor Vicente Emano. In this scenario, ...

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