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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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Lumad, Moro leaders reaffirm kinship, sign covenant

Iligan City-based Datu Diamla Rolando So-ong (right), over-all head claimant of an ancestral domain in Lanao del Norte embraces Hajji Datu Ismael Gonzales after they exchanged tokens during the IP-Moro reaffirmation of kinship in Songco, Lantapan, Bukidnon on March 8. 
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SONGCO, Lantapan, Bukidnon  – Representatives of eight Moro tribes and most of the Lumad or non-Islamized tribes in Mindanao yesterday signed a five-point kinship covenant in a gathering here filled with festive remembrance of historical relationships and aspirations for peace and unity in the island.

2 teenagers file charges vs. rape suspect; lawyer: client is presumed innocent

Bukidnon State University students carry placards during a symposium on women and children protection at the BSU gymnasium on March 9. It was done in time for the International Women’s Day and as an indignation of the series of rape incidents involving students. The rape suspect was arrested on March 3.
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MALAYBALAY CITY  – Two teen-age complainants have lodged charges against a man they accused of allegedly raping them in separate incidents in January and February, while its possible there are more victims out there, Oliver Owen Garcia, lead counsel for the victims, told radio station DXBU Friday. Continue reading