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Posts published in “Day: September 2, 2019”

Vertudazo tops Xtrail ‘19

Dodong Vertudazo conquered the treacherous trail of the Salomon Xtrail 2019 recently. Vertudazo emerged as the victor in the 30-kilometer distance of the event which…

Fiscal: Witnesses identify Roxas perpetrators

Three years after the tragic Roxas Night Market bombing incident, the prosecutor handling the case said they have presented strong evidence against the accused. The…

34 IPs finish carpentry, masonry in Talaingod

Thirty-four Indigenous people (IP) students, including five former rebels, finished masonry and carpentry training at the tribal hall of Sitio Tibucag, Barangay Dagohoy, Talaingod, Davao…

Araw ng Dabaw now on March 1

At the prodding of his hometown, President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a law that effectively restores the city’s Araw ng Dabaw to its historically accurate…

Remote sitio finally gets first primary school bldg

A school building for primary school students was turned over to Barangay Tapak, Paquibato District on Aug. 27. Lt. Col. Silas Transmontero, commander of the…

Señor Moments | An officer and a gentleman

And a man of all seasons. He was born on June 22, 1890 during our country’s Spanish era; achieved manhood during the American-Commonwealth decades; and died…

Rough Cuts | Long desired and delayed projects

We strongly support the call of the Davao City Water District (DCWD) through its spokesperson lawyer Bernard Delima for the local government to finally implement…

Editorial | Punish the accountable

In Japan, the least that an official will do if he or she is accused of corruption is to resign from his or her position,…

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