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Municipal court resolves village tennis courts row

By LITO RULONA Correspondent . The Municipal Trial Circuit Court (MTCC) Branch-7 has conducted an on-site trial to resolve the issues between the local officials of Barangay Nazareth and the officers of the Nazareth Lawn Tennis Club (NLTC) inside the contested area Thursday afternoon. MTCC Branch-7 Presiding Judge Caroline Damasing …

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Oro solons push for liquor ban

By JOEY P. NACALABAN Correspondent . Two city councilors are in favor of banning alcoholic drinks during the wee hours, in support of President Rodrigo Duterte’s order. City councilor George Goking, chairman of the committee on trade and commerce, said he will propose to the city council a specified timeframe …

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NCCA opens grants in Oro

The National Commission for Culture and Arts (NCCA) urges Cagayanons and the entire Northern Mindanao to submit culture and arts project proposals on or before July 31 for implementation in 2020. Savior Renee Talavera, head of Cultural Communities and Traditional Arts Section said the call for 2020 Competitive Grants is …

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Cabanlas to developers: Comply to road standards

“I AM giving warning to all offices involved, na from now on ayaw ninyo dal-a dinhi sa komitiba mga socialized housing project nga dili mo-follow ani nga ordinance.” This was stressed by Councilor Edgar Cabanlas, chair of the City Council committee on subdivision and landed estate, during the committee meeting …

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US program alumni give training on handling disasters, abuses

SOME 60 student-leaders and academics participated in a two-day training on human rights and responsibilities, law and governance, leadership and disaster preparedness organized by alumni of the  US’ International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) at Xavier University last week. Participating in the training-workshop, held at the university’s American Corner on Friday …

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