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Cagayan de Oro City

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Febuary 19, 2013

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AGAYAN de Oro City – Posibleng mominus ang gidaghanon sa ‘hotel guests’, kung mobutang og night flights ang mga kompaniya sa eroplanong mogamit sa Laguindingan Airport, panglantaw ni Regional Director Butch Chan III sa Department of Tourism (DOT-10).

“I’m looking more on the attitude of our guests, with regards to room occupancies of our hotels. If airline companies would have evening flights, the tendency is they will not anymore stay overnight in Cagayan de Oro, matud niya. Ikaduha niyang gilantaw kung mag-operate na ang Laguindingan Airport mao ang serbisyong pangturismo nga kinahanglang palapdan ug palamboon kay po-

sibleng modoble usab unya ang gidaghanon sa mga dumoduong. Nasayran nga ang kasagarang airbus adunay 140 ka lingkoranan matag lupad. Tipik niana, matud niya, ang Cebu Pacific nga sa pagkakaron adunay 14 ka direct flights nganhi sa Cagayan de Oro matag adlaw. Iyang gipasabot nga sila sa DOT, wala lamang naghunahuna sa ’connectivity’. Ilang gilantaw usab ang maayong serbisyo aron

masinati sa mga pasahero ang kala-inan sa maong serbisyo. Atol sa tigom sa civil society sa dakbayan karong bag-o, si Director Chan miingon nga kung gusto sa Cagayan de Oro nga magunang destinasyon, kinahanglang sagubangon una ang problema sa ‘connectivity’, ilabi na alang sa mga tawo’ng adunay bikil sa panglawas. Mahitungod sa gitakda nga pagbukas sa Laguindingan Air-

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NorMin civil society bucks Laguindingan Airport opening By Mike Baños of Mindanao Daily News

RBR DOES IT AGAIN – Photo shows 1st District Rep. Rufus B. Rodriguez (6th from left) turning over three infrastructure projects in Barangay Tablon, Cagayan de Oro City, namely construction/repair of MPB (Zone 5 Day Care Center) worth P100,000; construction/concreting of Road Purok 2 Avocado Street worth P2.7M; and construction/concreting of roads at Purok 4 worth P2,777,777, in his right Mrs Mary Lee A. Galenzaga, Infra/FMR Coordinator of DA. To his left is Tablon Punong Barangay Romeo Bacarro. Also in photo are Barangay Kagawad Angel Pomar (4th from right), CDO 2nd District Engr. Allan S. Borromeo (2nd from right) and DPWH and barangay officials. (photo by Rolando Sudaria of MinStar)

CAGAYAN de Oro City – Stakeholders from Northern Mindanao have issued a strongly-worded manifesto asking the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) to defer the ‘soft opening’ of the Laguindingan Airport in Misamis Oriental scheduled for April 30, 2013. “We are concerned, this will compromise the safety of the airline commuters using this airport and adversely affect the economy of the region due to the cancellation of night flights,” said Arsenio L. Sebastian III, private sector co-chair of the Regional Development Council for Region X (RDC-X). Laguindingan Airport

is situated some 26 kilometers southwest of Cagayan de Oro and would serve Northern Mindanao and the Lanao areas. With a total area of 417 hectares, it currently has a 2,100 meter (6,888 ft.) concrete runway capable of accommodating mediumwide body aircrafts, such as the Airbus A320 on a 24/7 basis. The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) charged with the operations of the country’s domestic airports said, in a letter dated December 12, 2012 Laguindingan airport would be operated using Visual Flight Rules (VFR) pending the commissioning airport /P5

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Sinulat ni Arjay S. Felicilda, News Editor

CAGAYAN DE Oro City Double parking, nagpalabad sa ulo sa roads and traffic administration (RTA). Kini namatikdan sa

majority floor leader sa City Council, kinsa misugyot nga padaghanon pa ang ginsakpan sa RTA. “Angay nga suportahan ang RTA aron epektibo niining masolusyonan ang problema sa trapiko, ilabina

ang mga kaso sa double parking ug uban pang kalapasan dinha sa kadalanan,” soiya nagkanayon. Iyang gisugyot nga kuhaong bag-ong ginsakpan sa RTA, kadto lamang gayod ang mga kwalipikado.

“Traffic is one department I would support, tanang mga nagdakong syudad kinahanglan adunay traffic department nga wellequipped,” pamahayag sa konsehal. (uban sa report ni JRG) RTA personnel

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Cash for training project launched By Honey Analou E. Doña

CASH FOR TRAINING PROJECT – Makita sa hulagway ang mga benepisyaryo sa Cash for Training Project, uban ang mayor sa dakbayan ug kanila ni DSWD-10 Assistant Regional Director Purita Santa (ika-unom gikan sa wala) ug TESDA ROD Chief John D. Simborios (ikawalo gikan sa wala). (CIO/asf)

“ We never stop moving to serve you... This time, we joined forces to serve you more!”

CAGAYAN de Oro City City – The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA-10) and the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD-10) jointly launched the new scholarship convergence program, dubbed as Cash for Training Project (C4TP). The event took place during the flag raising ceremony on February 11, this year, at the City Hall grounds where scholarship/C4TP vouchers were awarded to 10 beneficiaries from the province of Misamis Oriental. Spearheading the award-

ing was City Mayor Vicente Emano, with DSWD-10 Asst. Regional Director Purita Santa and TESDA-10 Regional Operations Chief John D. Simborios, representing TESDA OIC Regional Director Edgar A. Sales. Director Sales was with TESDA Director General Joel Villanueva attending the launching of the “Sajahatra Bangsamoro” by President Benigno Aquino III at the Bangsamoro Leadership and Management Institute (BLMI) in Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao. (Honey Analou E. Doña/ asjaysfelicilda)

COMING SOON! Concerns to completion of subdivision project Friday, March 8, 2013, 9-10:30 am and every Friday thereafter

set to tackle Abbu’s cmte The City Council committee on subdivision and landed estate chaired by Councilor Jose Pepe Abbu is set to tackle concerns regarding completion of requirements of the Kisan Lu Realty, Inc for its application of Certificate of Completion (COC) of the Xavier Heights Housing Project, Phase I and 1A subdivision projects located at Upper Balulang. The Power learned that the scheduled joint inspection was not realized due to the failure of other representatives to come. The representative from National Housing Authority (NHA) was

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CAGAYAN de Oro City – People to people program karong adlawa sa barangay Tumpagon ning dakbayan Dugtong niini, si Bise Mayor Caesar Ian Acenas nagpaabot sa katawhan sa maong barangay ug kasikbit nga mga dapit pagpahimulos sa mga libreng serbisyo nga itunol atol sa nahisgotang kalihokan. Ang mga serbisyo maglakip sa libreng medical ug dental checkup, ibot sa

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The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) at the One Stop Export Documentation Center (OSEDC) in Manila started implementing this month the collection of export fees based on Fisheries Administrative Order or FAO 233-1 and 233-2. This comes after the advice from the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) that the system for the payment arrangement is ready, said Amor Diaz, Head of BFAROSEDC. She explained that the technical problem on the release of a clearing account number between the LBP and the Bureau of Treasury (BTr) is now resolved. Due to inadequate manpower to collect fees from BFAR clients at OSEDC, the BFAR head office signed a

memorandum of agreement with the LBP as the collection agency of its export fees. This MOA was approved by the BTr. Prior to the MOA, the fees were not implemented. The said FAO covers fees to be paid for the export of certain aquatic products. The fee for aquatic wildlife captured or gathered in Philippine waters is at 0.20 percent of the export value, while those caught outside Philippine waters, captive-bred aquatic wildlife and imported species are exempted from the fees. Founder stocks sourced from the wild and their progenies produced in captivity and seed stocks sourced from the wild and grown for commercial purposes are imposed a .15 percent and

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Early exposure of children to reading By JULIBEE L. DINGDING Teacher 1 Purok 1, Balagatasa Maigo, Lanao del Norte

WITH the implementation of the K+12 basic education program, it is imperative for parents to prepare their children on how to read and write. At the age of two, a child knows nothing but master the art of “visual.” He or she remembers what is shown to him or her. Reading is a complex cognitive process of decoding symbols in order to construct or derive meaning (reading comprehension). It is a means of language acquisition, of communication, and of sharing information and ideas, according to the definition of wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like all language, it is a complex interaction between the text and the reader which is shaped by the reader’s prior knowledge, experiences, attitude, and language community which is culturally and socially situated. The reading process requires continuous practice, development, and refinement. Readers use a variety of reading strategies to assist with decoding (to translate symbols into sounds or visual representations of speech) and comprehension. Readers may use morpheme, semantics, syntax and context clues to identify the meaning of unknown words. Readers integrate the words they have read into their existing framework of knowledge or schema (schemata theory). Other types of reading are

not speech based writing systems, such as music notation or pictograms. The common link is the interpretation of symbols to extract the meaning from the visual notations. Currently most reading is either of the printed word from ink or toner on paper, such as in a book, magazine, newspaper, leaflet, or notebook, or of electronic displays, such as computer displays, television, mobile phones or e-readers. Handwritten text may also be produced using a graphite pencil or a pen. Short texts may be written or painted on an object. Often the text relates to the object, such as an address on an envelope, product info on packaging, or text on a traffic or street sign. A slogan may be painted on a wall. A text may also be produced by arranging stones of a different color in a wall or road. Short texts like these are sometimes referred to as environmental print. Sometimes text or images are in relief, with or without using a color contrast. Words or images can be carved in stone, wood, or metal; instructions can be printed in relief on the plastic housing of a home appliance, or a myriad of other examples. A requirement for reading is a good contrast between letters and background (depending on colors of letters and background, any pattern or image in the background, and lighting) and a suitable font size.

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Ang ‘dawbe’ ug ‘matamata’ sa DOTC KARONG Abril 30, maghinay-hinay na kuno og abri ang tugpahanan sa mga eroplano diha sa dakbayan sa Laguindingan sa Misamis Oriental. Apan buot kini babagan sa mga nagpakabanang grupo o lungsuranon dinhi sa Amihanang Mindanaw tungod sa kakuyaw nga posibleng idulot niini ngadto sa mga sumasakay sa eroplano. Tiaw mo nga matamatahon lang ang pagtugpa unya sa eroplano atol sa pagbukas niini ngadto sa publiko kay wala pa man diaw kini igong ekipo nga sarang magamit aron magiyahan ang mga piloto aron kini makatugpa dinha sa tugpahanan. Mora ba og “dawbe diay” nga sistema. “Daw be diay” kung makahimo pagtugpa ang mga eroplano bisan og dili ka-klaro ang mga piloto nga tu-a sa kawanangan.

One of the great promises of God to His people mentioned in the Old Testament was to make them, the heads not the tails. The Scripture says that He is the same God yesterday, today and forever ( Hebrews 13:8) and this same promise holds still till this generation. That promise will only come to reality with the condition that is if we get connected with Him always, thus blessings upon blessings will follow. What I have never heard expressed is the condition upon which these blessings will come. Notice carefully the text Deuteronomy 28:13-14: The LORD will make you the head, not the tail. If you pay attention to the commands of the LORD your God that I give you this day and carefully follow them, you will always be at the top, never

Okay ra tingali na kung dagkog mata ang mga piloto o aduna ba kahay gi-hire ang taga Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) nga tigsalo sa eroplano. Unya kung dili kalupad, aw, mag-hire pud ang DOTC og tigtugpo. Ahay! Lupig pa man ang tabanog anang inyong eroplano! Kining atong mga eroplano labi kanang mga iggugubat, gikahadlokan gyud sa mga igsoon natong mga rebelde diha sa kabukiran. Matod sa usa ka rebelde nga kung aduna na gani

“Tora-Tora” o “Helikopter” nga ila pud gitawag og “langgam,” kalit kuno siya ug iyang mga kauban mangita og kataguan. Tubag sab intawon ko sa iya nga: “Hadlok diay mo pusilon bai?” “Dili,” dugang sa akong nahinabi. “Mahadlok mi madalahig kay kanang ilang ‘Tora-Tora’ ug ‘Helikopter’ kalit lang mahagsa bisan og dili na pusilon.” ••• Hinaut nga mapugngan pa kini sa sekretaryo sa DOTC nga si Mar Roxas. Ayaw dali-dali-a sir oi kay walay lami gyud ng mapingis ka sa kalipay. Maayo gyud ang dugay ug hinayhinay, di ba sir? Ayaw sab intawon ninyo gamita kanang proyekto sa gobyerno aron angkonon ug ipasigarbo nga kung wala kamo dili gyud madotc /P5

of having no other Gods besides me. John 15:10: If you keep my commands, you will remain in my love, just as I have kept my Father’s commands and remain in his love. These commandments are the Father’s and were inherited by His Son. Even as the 10 Commandments are the rule of my home because I received them from Jesus to share with my Family, even He received them from His Father and are His Commandments. In the flow from Father

to Son our worship and honor of Jesus always flows back to His Father. Apart from this, It is the Spirit of Christ in us that keeps the Father’s commandments. Gal 2:20 and all of this flows back to the me of the first commandment which is the Ancient of Days, the Father of All. If we as a people have violated the first commandment and gone after other gods to serve them, however can we claim the promise of being the head and not the tail? our violation of this commandment will bring upon us not the blessings of Deuteronomy 28 but curse. It is not as a matter of trying to do what God commanded men to do but simply doing what He said. With God nothing is impossible. So it is possible to be head, not the tail.

Aw diay! Ruel V. Pelone Ambot kung unsa gyud ang gadali-an nga gikinahanglan man gyud nga usa kaadlaw human itugot mangampanya ang mga lokal nga mga kandidato, paka-ablihan man sab ang wala pa diay klaro nga Laguindingan irport. Nganong dali-dalion man nga dili pa man diay kaya sa mga piloto sa mga eroplano ang pagtugpa diha sa irport kay wala pa man diay kini “air navigation facilities.” Ang mahitabo Visual Flight Rules (VFR) o sa binisaya pa “matamata” ra ang gamiton. Aw diay!

Heads, not tails The New Generation Alex A. Podador at the bottom. 14 Do not turn aside from any of the commands I give you today, to the right or to the left, following other gods and serving them. The promise of being the head and not the tail was conditional upon a very big IF: “If that thou hearken unto the commandments of the LORD thy God”. Since He is a jealous God, He hates idol worship. So what is the First Commandment? Exodus 20:3: Thou shalt have no other gods before me. This commandment speaks

Imbis ikalipay, nagproblema na nuon Sa wala pa magsugod niadtong Peb. 12 ang kampanya sa pagka senador alang sa piniliay sa Mayo 13, mora’g nakabentaha ug maayo kon itandi sa ubang kandidato sila si Sen. Loren Legarda, Chiz Escudero ug Grace Poe tungod kay kandidatokomon man sila sa duruha ka mga koalisyon, ang Team PNoy ug United Nationalist Alliance (UNA). Apan human sa proclamation rally sa Team PNoy nga didto himoa sa Plaza Miranda sa Manila ug sa UNA nga didto himoa sa Dakbayan sa Sugbo, mora ug naputos na hinuon karon sa problema ang tulo ka mga kandidato-komon sa duruha ka koalisyon. Ang hinungdan sa ilang suliran? Gibaharan ang tulo nga tangtangon sa listahan sa mga kandidato sa UNA

Lawom nga panglantaw Jesse E.L. Bacon II kon dili sila motambong sa mga sorties niini ilabi na kon walay panagbangi sa schedule sa duruha ka koalisyon. Wala untay suliran kon wa pa klaroha sa Team PNoy nga ang tulo ilang opisyal nga kandidato ug giila lang sila sa UNA nga ila usab nga guest candidates. Lisud gayud “mamangka sa dalawang ilog” matud pa sa usa ka sanglitanan nga tinagalog. Karon galabad na ang ulo sa tulo kay matud pa sa mga kadagkuan sa UNA

dili lang sila mosugot nga magpadala ug representante ang tulo kon dili gusto gayud nila nga personal silang motambong sa mga rali sa UNA. Niadtong proclamation rally gud sa Sugbo, misugot man lang ang mga kadagkuan sa UNA nga magpadala ug representante ang tulo. Sa maong rali gipadala ni Legarda ang iyang octogenarian nga amahan ug si Poe iyang gipadala ang iyang anak ug ig-agaw nga artista. Apan si Escudero

wala kapadala ug representante tungod kay wala siya masayod nga mahimo ra unta diay kon representante lang. Nagkanayon si Escudero nga sa diha nga wala siya tugoti nga magpadala ug usa ka video clip nga iya untang gusto ipasundayag sa iyang turno nga mamulong, wala siya tugoti sa mga kadagkuan sa UNA. Mao nga ang iyang pagtoo dili siya mahimong magpadala ug representante. Apan ang maong rason gitubag lang sa campaign manager sa UNA nga nasayod si Escudero ug unsa ka daku ang maong tigum sa Sugbo diin siya expected nga moadto. Karon giklaro na gayud sa kadagkuan sa UNA nga ang tulo gayud ang ilang nagproblema /P5


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Women's rights champion to lead ARMM’s body By Apipa P. Bagumbaran

MARAWI City- Human Rights Lawyer Laisa Masuhud Alamia has formally assumed, as chair of the newly-established Regional Human Rights Commission (RHRC) in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM). This, after she was sworn in by acting ARMM Governor Mujiv Hataman, who said that Ms. Alamia’s appointment was signed by President Benigno Aquino III on February 7.

The RHRC was established last year following the enactment of the Muslim Mindanao Autonomy Act 288, otherwise known as the “ARMM Human Rights Commission Charter of 2012.” The acting ARMM chief said the subtleties of human rights in an area, like the region can be best tackled by someone with Alamia’s competence and background. “Her track record on human rights work in dif-

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markets, illegal vendors, tricycles and other not-soroadworthy contraptions, parked container vans and large vehicles,” he added. Mr. Paras said the coastal highway being built to relieve traffic congestion from the city proper of Cagayan de Oro in the east to the west crossing over the Iponan River and exiting at Opol is not expected to be finished in another year’s time due to budget constraints. “Without a faster way to bring people to Laguindingan the advantage of Cagayan de Oro and its environs to the larger markets of Luzon and the Visayas will be negated,” he further said. What is the use of jet travel from Laguindingan to NAIA which only takes 75 minutes when it takes someone from the opportunity rich provinces of Misamis Oriental and Bukidnon at least 3-4 hours to get to the new location?” he asked. He further said, “the idea of developing Cagayan de Oro into the logistics hub of Mindanao will be a foregone conclusion if a premature opening of Laguindingan will just cause tons of lost opportunity.” Cagayan de Oro’s Lumbia Airport has a total area of 150 hectares and is located 183 meters (601 ft.) above sea level. It is the second busiest airport in Mindanao in terms of air passenger traffic and cargo volume. It is classified as a Class 1 Principal (Major Domestic) airport by CAAP and has a 2,454 meter (8,050 ft.) asphalt runway. CAAP -10 figures show it accommodated 12,590 flights; 1,301,502 passengers and 22,244,562 kgs. of cargo in 2011. Among the latter were high value agricultural commodities such as poultry products (day-old chicks, hatching eggs); vegetables, herbs and spices; fresh fruits; live crabs, shrimps and prawns, cut flowers and ornamentals, data from the

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kda sa Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), gisupak sa civil society group sa Cagayan de Oro. (Palihog basaha ang banner story : NorMin civil society bucks Laguindingan Airport opening) “My personal opinion is why force if we are not ready. Later on, this may only affect all of us. Kami ra bang ania sa frontline. pirme magkadakdakan,” dugang pulong ni Director Chan. “In terms of marketing, we also have to give way for tourists to come anytime of the day, that they have lot of choices that suit their needs,” dugang ni Director Chan. (JF/jdelpf )

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of air navigation equipment scheduled for completion by March 2014. If the April 30, 2013 opening pushes through as scheduled, CAAP Director General William K. Hotchkiss III said domestic airline flights will only be permitted up to 3:00 in the evening, which would result in up to 69 percent drops in passenger and cargo volume. This was related by Mr. Marlon G. Libot, president of the Communications Link for Emergency Assistance Network, Inc. (CLEAN) during the February 15, 2013 presentation to the stakeholders. “It is not only air and navigational safety that will limit the use of Laguindingan, but the notable lack of road and transport infrastructure especially for passengers coming from Cagayan de Oro, Bukidnon, Misamis Oriental and other provinces,” noted former Oro Chamber President Elpidio M. Paras. “Our vital road artery to the west from Bulua is hampered by a narrow corridor cluttered with roadside

ferent parts of Mindanao is commendable,” he said. Ms. Alamia is the former program manager and one of the founders of Nisa Ul-Haqq Fi Bangsamoro (Women for Justice in the Bangsamoro), a human rights group based in Mindanao actively engaged in women issues and rights advocacy with particular reference on Islamic views. She was also a program coordinator and board secretary of the Bangsamoro Lawyer’s Network (BLN), a member of the Mindanao

Human Rights Action Center (MinHRAC). Human rights cases in ARMM spring mainly from the on and off armed conflicts and prevalence of several armed groups in the region. Ms. Alamia said women empowerment and gender issues will be among the RHRC’s top agenda. She is joined in the RHRC by fellow lawyer Alikhan Abuat, who took oath on the same day as a commissioner. (ARMMCommGroup/PIA10/asf)

DA RFU-10 AMAD and BFAR-10 show. The DOTC wants to open Laguindingan to free up the Lumbia Airport for the transfer of the Philippine Air Force’s 15th Strike Wing now based in Sangley Point, Cavite. (MB/jdelpf )

Laguindingan? Aw kinsa kaha noh? Kabalo kaha ani ang DOTC kung kinsa ang suplayer sa grabas o ba kaha nakabalo ani si bisan nagdagan na og pagka-mayor sa Cagayan de Oro apan dili gyud mohawa pagka-gobernador sa Misamis Oriental nga si Oscar Moreno. Gob, kinsay suplayer anang grabas sa irport sa Laguindingan? ••• Ako bilib gyud unta anang Liberal Party [LP] kay ako usa man ka miyembro sa “Speakers’ Bureau” sa Kabataang Liberal ng Pilipinas kon (Kalipi) kaniadto. Mao lagi, inig kahuman sa eleksyon, gudbai! “Exploitation” lang gihapon. Inig kadaug sa politiko, limtan na ang ilang giingon nga “the youth is the hope of our fatherland.” Hope sa inyong mata!

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discarded shells are exempted from the export fee, the Order said. Otherwise, products with other shells not considered as discard will be charged an export fee pro-rated to the export value. BFAR issued FAO 2332 after the stakeholder’s consultation led by the National Fisheries & Aquatic R es ources (NFARMC) held in June last year. This was attended by the Export Development Council (EDC) Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc (PHILEXPORT), Home Accents Group of the Philippines, Inc. (HAPI) and other aquatic and fisheries export organizations. The EDC and PHILEXPORT had earlier opposed the imposition of the export fees, explaining that these will increase costs and make Philippine exports more uncompetitive. The new Order was issued in July last year and took effect 15 days after its publication. (Gelo Udaundo, PHILEXPORT News and Feature/jdelpf )

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himo kanang Laguindingan irport. Pastilan, kwarta kana sa katawhan nga gipatulo-an ug singot ug dugo. Unya kamo kay misulod man sa politika, angayan gyud nga moserbisyo mo kay gisweldohan gud mo sa gobyerno––unya kanang gobyerno kitang tanan na. Kita na, dili lang kamo. ••• Unya kabalo mo kinsa suplayer sa grabas anang proyekto nga irport diha s

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gusto nga motambong sa mga campaign sorties sa koalisyon diin mang dapita sa nasud kini pagahimoon. Ang nakapait niini kay matud pa sa Team PNoy ang tulo nasayod sukad pa sa sinugdanan nga personal silang gipili ni Pangulong Aquino nga mahimo niyang kandidato pagka senador ug ang tulo midawat sa maong kamatuoran. Unsa ang buot ipasabot sa Team PNoy? Nga dili ug dili mahimong makit-an ang tulo nga motongtong sa entablado sa kampanya sa UNA. Gani matud pa sa usa sa mga deputy campaign managers sa Team PNoy nga kon sulayan gayud sa tulo pagtongtong sa entablado sa UNA, kuwidaw sila kay hatagan gayud sila ni Pangulong Aquino sa cold shoulder treatment, pasabot nga dili na sila tagdon ni Aquino nga sama sila ug masakiton ug makatakod nga sakit. Ang sangputanan niining tanan mao nga ang tulo kinahanglan gayung

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18 PhilHealth regional offices join ‘run’ BUTUAN City - In line with the 18th anniversary of PhilHealth, 18 regional offices have joined the ‘PhilHealth Run’ yesterday. The list included Manila, Baguio, Dagupan, Tuguegarao, Clark, Malolos, Sta. Rosa, Batangas, Legazpi, Iloilo, Cebu, Tacloban, Zamboanga, Cagayan de Oro, Davao, Koronadal, Butuan and Marawi.

PhilHealth Express to operate soon BUTUAN City - Regional Vice Pres. Johnny Sychua of PhilHealth-Caraga announced that a ‘PhilHealth Express’ will soon be launched in Surigao City for fast services. For Butuan City, it will be situated in Langihan.

AFP conducts random patrol BUTUAN City – 1st Lt. Marbien delos Reyes of the AFP Special Forces informed the members of the Butuan City Peace and Order Council (CPOC) that they are randomly conducting checkpoints with PNP/ LTTMO/LTO. He added, they are also conducting visibility patrols within Butuan City with the PNP, and combat and security patrols within their area of resposibility.

Meeting increases people capacity Butuan City – In yesterday’s Caraga Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC) special meeting here in the city, the RPOC chair pointed out that the activity has strengthened Caraganons capacity to be more responsive to the peace and order concerns of the region.

BALAANG PULONG Higugmaa lakip ang mga tawong naghatag kanimo og kasakit. Dili tungod kay sila MAAYO, apan tungod kay ikaw dili DAUTAN. Happy Valentines! (1Cor 13)

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nga mas kusog ug daku pa ang suporta sa katawhan alang kang Aquino. Ang lisud lang niini kon sa kaulahian mokunhod ang suporta sa katawhan kang Aquino unya mosaka ang popularidad ni Binay. Nasaksihan na kini nato niadtong piniliay sa 2010. Wala ganiy bisan usa nga nagtoo nga pildihon ni Binay si Mar Roxas ug si Legarda pagka puli-pangulo. Ang tanan nagtoo nga si Roxas na ang sunod bise president sa nasud. Apan nakugang na lang ang tanan sa diha nga si Binay ang migawas nga mananaug. Imbis malipay tungod sa ilang gikaibugang kahimtang, naputos na hinuon sa problema ang tulo ka mga kandidato pagka senador. Kalisud nga kahimtang. (Reaksiyon sa jelbacon@ yahoo.com)


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Dugang rekisitos sa 2013 Palaro gipatuman medical ug dental records kay ang daan misubra na sa tulo ka bulan ug dili na balido. Hinoon, giklaro sa DepEd nga dili na pangayo-an og birth certificates gikan sa National Statistics Office (NSO) Certificate ang mga nakadula sa 2010-2012 Palaro kay nasulod na kini nga datos sa website, matud ni Dr. Allan G. Farnazo, Officer-inCharge sa DepEd Rehiyon 10. Gisuta karong bag-o sa Regional Screeming Committee ang mga

OZAMIZ City - Dugang rekisitos sa mga magdudula sa 2013 Palarong Pambansa ang gitala sa Department of Education (DepEd). Ang 2013 Palarong Pambansa ipahigayon sa Dumaguete City sa April 21 ngadto sa 27, ning tuig. Usa sa mga rekisitos ang Learners Registration Numbers (LRN) nga ihatag ngadto sa mga magdudula sa mga tunghaang pampubliko. Lakip sa rekisitos ang bag-ong

dokumento sa mga magdudula sa Bukidnon, Misamis Oriental, Cagayan de Oro City, Gingoog City, Valencia City, Malaybalay City ug El Salvador City. Suta-on usab sugod karong adlawa hangtud sa petsa-22 ning bulana ang mga dokumento sa mga magdudula sa Tangub City, Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental, Oroquieta City, Iligan City ug Lanao del Norte, dugang ni Farnazo. (RCAguhob/PIA10Misamis Occidental/jdelpf )

City Hall To Implement Web-based InfoBoard Soon- Mr. Laurence Dadua of Smart Philippines (left), conducted last February 18, 2013 through the initiative of City Mayor Vicente Y. Emano and Assistant City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Officer Eng’r Armen Cuenca (right), an orientation held at the CDRRMO premises about the InfoBoard, a web-based solution for instantly disseminating information and getting feedback en-masse from the public or from specific groups of people through their cell phones. This project is made possible and without cost to the city through its partnership with Smart Philippines. CIOPHOTO

Peace should prevail versus criminality – Mayor Cruz Camiguin, Ozamiz joint By Melvin T. Anggot, Virgilio C. Garcia

ILIGAN City - Mayor Lawrence Ll. Cruz said peace should prevail against criminality at all times. During the 22nd anniversary of the Philippine National Police at Camp Tomas Cabili, Barangay Tipanoy, this city, he stressed “the responsibility over peace and order

should not be on the police alone, but should be complimented by every sector. At the same time, the city mayor urged the Iligan City Police Office (ICPO) to widen its police visibility operation, especially in crowded places to prevent any

kind of criminal incidents. Mayor Cruz renewed his assurance to support the ICPO, in terms of gasoline allowance and rice subsidy, while asking the Commission on Audit (COA) to reconsider the return of monthly allowances for the local police force. (Melvin T. Anggot and Virgilio C. Garcia/asf )

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the new series, according to Ms. Marcelino, highlights the need of addressing interrelated issues and concerns on PHE (Population, Health, and Environment). Ms. Marcelino said that at the face of unprecedented environmental disasters and increasing health problems, which are all connected with the growing and unmanaged population, there is a clear need to effectively advocate and realize a balance between people’s needs and the available resources not only for today’s well-being but also of the future generation. The Report, she further said,

attempts to provide a comprehensive picture of the interlinkages of the PHE factors, how it can be addressed, and the challenges that comes ahead in pursuing integrated approaches to the issues presented. The SPPR is a periodic publication of Popcom that talks about different population and development issues and often used as inputs for program and policy development and other related advocacy initiatives at various levels. Since 2000, there have been five issues of the report published. (JCV/PIA/arjaysfelicilda)

Popcom unveils latest population report

CAGAYAN de Oro City - Commission on Population (Popcom) Deputy Executive Director Rosalinda Marcelino led the unveiling of the 5th Series State of the Philippine Population Report (SPPR) before its partners here in Northern Mindanao. The SPPR was previously launched in the city on November, last year, when it played hosts to the national s cale launching. Entitled Seeking a Healthy Balance: Population, Health, and Environment Integration,

champions in regional schools press conference By SUSAN BACO Principal II Misamis Occidental Division

CAMPUS journalists from the Province of Camiguin and Ozamiz City jointly topped the recently held Regional Schools Press Conference held recently at the La Salle University Integrated School in Ozamiz City. The two schools division ranked first in the overall rating released earlier by the Department of Education (DepEd). Camiguin won major awards for English Secondary Level were as follows: Best in collaborative publishing, best in news page, best in editorial page, best lay-out page, and news writing. In the same category, the delegates also got second place awards in editorial writing, editorial cartooning, copy reading, and headline writing, sports writing and on infomercial, while they also took home bronze medal awards for feature writing and photo journalism.

For the Filipino Secondary Level, contenders here won first place in editorial writing and were awarded best in news script, collaborative publishing, best in news page, best in feature/literary page, best in editorial page, and best lay-out page. It likewise took the top spot in news writing, copy reading and headline writing in the Elementary Level. Camiguin division journalism coordinator for English, Luisito Asero said 14 campus journalists from the province will be joining the National Schools Press Conference (NSPC) in Ormoc City this April. Ozamiz City Schools Division, on the other hand, dominated the Elementary Level category. The conference brought together 2,528 campus journalists, including their school paper advisers and teachers.

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CEB offers domestic, int’l low fares for 20th Travel and Tour Expo The Philippines’ largest national flag carrier, Cebu Pacific (PSE:CEB) slashes fares to as low as PHP20 in time for the 20th Travel and Tour Expo this February 15 to 18, 2013. Passengers can book CEB’s trademark low fares at the CEB booth, Domestic Pavillion, SMX Convention Center, Pasay City (only from February 15-17, 2013), as well as through www.cebupacificair.com and other booking channels. For travel from June 1 to October 31, 2013, passengers can buy PHP20 seats to all of CEB’s 32 domestic destinations. This includes inter-island routes such as Iloilo-Puerto Princesa or Cagayan de Oro-Bacolod, which were launched just last October 2012. PHP200 seats on CEB’s 20 short-haul international destinations are also up for grabs, for travel from July 1 to October 31, 2013. The airline offers flights to: Bali, Bangkok, Beijing, Brunei, Busan, Dubai, Guangzhou, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Incheon (Seoul), Jakarta, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Osaka, Singapore, Shanghai, Siem Reap (Cambodia), Taipei or Xiamen. Seats on CEB’s first longhaul route, Manila-Dubai, are also available for PHP2,000, for travel from October 7, 2013 to February 28, 2014. CEB is slated to launch Manila-Bali on March 16, 2013 and Manila-Dubai on October 7, 2013. Seat sale fares are exclusive of checkin baggage allowance, taxes, fuel surcharges and admin fees. “We encourage guests to take advantage of this seat sale, and book flights for their family or business trips, three-day weekends or getaways with friends later this year. Cebu Pacific’s trademark lowest fares will continue to boost domestic and international travel, and enable even more Juans to fly,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog. The 20th Travel and Tour Expo also features exhibitors representing national tourism organizations, travel agencies, cruises, hotels and resorts, among others. For bookings and inquiries, guests can go to www. cebupacificair.com, or call the reservation hotlines (02) 7020-888 or (032) 230-8888. The latest seat sales and promos can also be found on CEB’s official Twitter and

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