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TRAVEL:  Mount Maculot: The First of More Weekend Getaways

TRAVEL: Mount Maculot: The First of More Weekend Getaways

Story by Ace Parilla for BukidnonNews.Net Photos by Carlyn Loselle Caguicla CUENCA, Batangas (BukidnonNews.Net/31 December 2016) “Cuenca! Cuenca!,” the jeepney driver yelled as we passed by the infamous arch with… Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Beyond the four walls: “Let our powers combine!”

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Beyond the four walls: “Let our powers combine!”

By Walter I. Balane MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/18 January) Environmental advocacy of the youth figured in what I thought was a déjà vu experience last week. Our university radio station has… Read more »

Tribal council requires hydro firm to get consent

Tribal council requires hydro firm to get consent

By Erlow Talatala/BukidnonNews.Net MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/27 September) The Council of Elders of the Seven (7) Tribes of Bukidnon required a hydro power firm to obtain consent from the tribe before… Read more »

MCWD building water reservoir in San Jose

MCWD building water reservoir in San Jose

MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/11 May) – The Malaybalay City Water District (MCWD) will build a P9 million concrete water reservoir in Brgy. San Jose, which according to Engr. Mary Jane Flores,… Read more »

“Respect needed for peace in Mt. Kitanglad”

“Respect needed for peace in Mt. Kitanglad”

MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/13 April 2015) Respect the spirits that keep watch over the environment to preserve the peace in Mt. Kitanglad, said the spiritual leader of the Bukidnon Daraghuyan tribe… Read more »

BOOK REVIEW: POVERTY AND ECOLOGY AT THE CROSSROADS: Towards an Ecological Theology of Liberation in the Philippine Context By:  Fr. Reynaldo D. Raluto

BOOK REVIEW: POVERTY AND ECOLOGY AT THE CROSSROADS: Towards an Ecological Theology of Liberation in the Philippine Context By: Fr. Reynaldo D. Raluto

Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2015, 280 pages. By Karl M. Gaspar, CSsR DAVAO CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/22 Feb) The memories of Pope Francis’ visit to the Philippines continue to… Read more »

UPDATED: ‘Seniang’ cripples Malaybalay City water supply

UPDATED: ‘Seniang’ cripples Malaybalay City water supply

MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/30 December) Tropical storm ‘Seniang’ left Malaybalay City with “water interruption in most areas” of the Malaybalay City Water District’s (MCWD) distribution grid due to the storm’s effects… Read more »

PHOTOS: “Seniang” in Malaybalay

PHOTOS: “Seniang” in Malaybalay

Life goes on for this vegetable vendor in a Malaybalay City side street Monday afternoon as tropical storm Seniang dumps rain in Bukidnon and the rest of Mindanao BukidnonNews.Net photo… Read more »

(UPDATED) SENIANG WATCH:  Over 300 flee as rivers swell in Bukidnon

(UPDATED) SENIANG WATCH: Over 300 flee as rivers swell in Bukidnon

MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/29 December) About 325 persons fled on pre-emptive evacuation measures in at least six villages in Bukidnon as water levels rise in streams mostly along Pulangi River as… Read more »

(UPDATED) ‘Seniang’ moves closer, Bukidnon under storm signal No. 1

(UPDATED) ‘Seniang’ moves closer, Bukidnon under storm signal No. 1

MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News.Net/28 December) Bukidnon is among the provinces considered under Storm signal 1 as the Low Pressure Area east of Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur has developed into a… Read more »