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Rough Cuts | Protecting our waters and air

Now Davao City is overtaken by General Santos City. That is, as far as the construction of a septage treatment plant is concerned. Yes, the…

Editorial | Of quakes and aftershocks

Since the magnitude 5.9 earthquake in Kadingilan, Bukidnon at 9:22 p.m., there have been 65 aftershocks recorded by the Philvocs as of 3:46 p.m. yesterday.…

Honoring my Mother | Peryas come a-rollin

One by one, the empty lots are slowly occupied. A tent for ukay-ukay (used clothes and gear) had already set shop, with neat piles of…

Editorial | Sighs of the river

There are many stories about the Davao river but none as grand and mystical as the story of Datu Bago, the city’s hero. He built…

Rough Cuts | A novel way of engaging the people

Years back, developments at the Davao City council indicated that the local lawmaking body was expanding its venue for policy formulation. The council was starting…

Honoring my Mother | Times they are a-changing

I had an interesting talk with my son this morning at brekkie about, of all things, the ongoing impeachment proceedings in the US. Never mind…

Random Thoughts | About natural disaster

“The shrewd person sees the danger and conceals himself, but the inexperienced keep right on going and suffer the consequences.” (Proverbs 27:12) -oOo- “Be prepared”…

Timesman | Tanga! Sayang! Okay lang

A US Embassy official in Manila warned the other day prospective visa applicants planning to go to the country whether as tourist, immigrant, or jobseeker…

Rough Cuts | Help them find their safe havens

Last Tuesday now senator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go was quoted in one local paper as saying President Rodrigo Duterte could choose a one-star general to…

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