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Family Matters: We too can trust the good old ways

Every family has a freedom to find options and choices to maintain good health. Many times, because of our orientation about good health, we resort only to the labeled pills or medicines over the counter.

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Plain and Simple: Sports in DavNor

The LGU-DavNor headed by Governor Anthony del Rosario has just concluded a two-day consultative sports planning.

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Egalitarian: Theory and practice in public safety and that Mindanao development

It was a Sunday, and they were not in their uniform. The 48 junior officers, mostly Senior Inspectors, and very few Chief Inspectors going back to school to learn and re-learn managerial skills and leadership qualities as they are set to be promoted for the next rank.

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Rough Cuts: No Davaoeno should be a fence sitter

We appreciate the move of government security forces in Davao City for heightening their security precautions in connection with the week-long celebration of the Kadayawan Festival.

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Editorial: Try the bus

Four buses that can ferry up to 60 passengers were dispatched for free by the city starting last Tuesday, August 14 and will ply the route up to the 28th, from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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Rough Cuts: No black moon rising

Congratulations to our good friend Bankerohan Barangay Captain Edgar Ibuyan, Sr. for making it back to the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Davao City.

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Editorial: Another phase of the year

August is something Davaoeños look forward to every year because this is the month when our sidewalks, street corners, and markets overflow with various fruits in season.

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Rough Cuts: Is DA’S Pinol clearing his way out?

The present crisis in the supply of rice, the series of disasters that hit the country, and the TRAIN law appear to have brought out the worst in the greedy businessmen from all levels.

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Visiting Bishop Abel

Visiting Bishop Abel Apigo, the new bishop of Mati is an experience worth remembering, and writing about.

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Rough Cuts: Not the cause but the approach

Members of the local chapter of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) in Davao City must have taken a cue from the local police office.

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