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EDITORIAL| Honoring the tribes

TODAY is one of the two key days in the celebration of the Kadayawan festival, an event designed to honor the 11 tribes of the city.

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NUNOT SA ALISNGAW SA KAPE| Naa sa Kadayawan ang huna-huna

MGA ALAS 9 sa gabi-i kaniadtong Miyerkoles nagkalingaw ko’g basa sa mga opinyon sa mga nasudnong kolumnista mahitungod sa nagkadaiyang isyu karon sa nasud.

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EDITORIAL| AUGUST is a special month

AUGUST is something Davawenos look forward to every year because this is usually the month when our sidewalks, street corners and markets overflow with fruits. It is the time when the air is redolent with the pungent-sweet smell of Durian, marang.

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PLAIN AND SIMPLE| Sports for peace

ALL ROADS lead to Mergrande today as tri-people children aged 12 below will have two days to play and recreate.

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TIMESMAN| What good a secret is?

A TOTOO LANG, I am not happy reading about the public quarrel between husband and wife on something that can be settled in private or within the household.

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ROUGH CUTS| What can come out of this NBI probe?

THIS incident in Davao City is worth watching.

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FAMILY MATTERS| Locked and Loaded

THIS Asian region we are in is agitated because of two countries threatening each other verbally and militarily.

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EDITORIAL| “Do you hear the people sing?”

“I HAVE served the people well. I gave my all, and I am proud to say that my integrity remains intact. And I have never once lost sight of the people I have

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ROUGH CUTS| Mega Harbour’s under-estimation of Mayor Sara

LAST WEEK Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio strongly demanded an apology from the executives of the Mega Harbour Development Corp.

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PLAIN AND SIMPLE| Children’s Inter-faith games

IT STARTED with a restless idea after the Sports for Peace experience in Midsayap in 2008.

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