‘1st Malaybalay summer youth workshops’ begins at BSU Museum

MALAYBALAY CITY  – The 1st Malaybalay Community Summer Youth Training Workshops will begin Monday at the Bukidnon State University Ethno-cultural Museum and will run up to May 12. Continue reading

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Thank you very much for bearing with us.

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3rd victim files complaint vs. Malaybalay suspected serial rapist

MALAYBALAY CITY  (Bukidnon News / 14 March 2012) –  Another victim has filed a complaint before the City Prosecutor’s Office here against a suspected rapist subject of two complaints filed last week, the Malaybalay City Police Office Children’s and Women’s Desk revealed. Continue reading

7-year old girl dies of Meningo in Kibawe

MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News/ 13 March) A seven-year old girl died of meningococcemia in a remote village in Kibawe, Bukidnon yesterday, Dr. Helen Rose Tubog, Kibawe rural health officer told this reporter via telephone Tuesday. Continue reading

Public school students to represent Malaybalay in R-10 Math challenge

MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News /12 March) –  Students from the city’s public schools prevailed over their counterparts from private schools in the Math Teachers’ Association of the Philippines (MTAP) Metrobank Math Challenge division level, and will represent the city in the regional competition on March 16 in Cagayan de Oro City. Continue reading

[PHOTOS]95th Foundation Day of Bukidnon,March 10, 2012

CEBU FORGES SISTERHOOD WITH BUKIDNON. Bukidnon Governor Alex P. Calingasan and Cebu Governor Gwendolyn F. Garcia during Bukidnon's 95th Foundation Day held last March 10. Garcia brought with her two board members and nine mayors of Cebu. (Photo by Hazel A. Generalao / Bukidnon News)

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PNoy asked to order transfer of 3 power barges from Panay to Mindanao

Courtesy of napocor.gov.ph

MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News/12 March) – President Benigno Aquino III
has been urged to intervene in the impending power shortage in
Mindanao by ordering to forgo the sale of three power barges presently
stationed in Panay Island and temporarily transfer it to appropriate
stations in Mindanao.

In asking Aquino to intervene, Nestor Degoma, president of the Power
Alternative Agenda for Mindanao (Palag Mindanao), different sectors
are now asking for drastic and decisive moves to help avert the
impending power shortage in the island. Continue reading