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COMMENTARY:  Wanted! Cultural impact assessment on Kaamulan

COMMENTARY: Wanted! Cultural impact assessment on Kaamulan

by Amay Yi Iwag Linsahay MANOLO FORTICH, Bukidnon (Bukidnon News/30 August) Today, wala nako naghinayak ug adto sa sentro sa Malaybalay to personally witness the street dancing along the Sayre… Read more »

02 DAYS TO 100 YEARS:  PACE OF PEACE:  People empowerment in the Bukidnon of 1970s

02 DAYS TO 100 YEARS: PACE OF PEACE: People empowerment in the Bukidnon of 1970s

By Dr. Lourdes G. dela Torre/Bukidnon News.Net MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News.Net/August 30) Women empowerment has been in the vocabulary of Bukidnon populace as early as 1975. This was part of… Read more »

FIRST PERSON: 1st Bukidnon Book Festival: Let us write and gather books on Bukidnon

FIRST PERSON: 1st Bukidnon Book Festival: Let us write and gather books on Bukidnon

By Telesforo Sungkit, Jr. LOS BAÑOS (Bukidnon News/29 August) Maayad ha anlaw kanoy alan! It is my humble wish that the 1st Bukidnon Book Festival would open the floodgates of… Read more »

TINGOG KABATAN-ONAN: It Should not Be a Trip to Death

TINGOG KABATAN-ONAN: It Should not Be a Trip to Death

By Carl Ace R. Parilla MUSUAN, Maramag, Bukidnon (Bukidnon News.Net/27 August) Indistinct screams. Anxious cries. Piteous faces. Strong waves kept on thumping me on the arm of our capsized boat…. Read more »

PACE OF PEACE: This Land is Mined: Over-extraction of Bukidnon’s Natural Resources

PACE OF PEACE: This Land is Mined: Over-extraction of Bukidnon’s Natural Resources

MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News/26 August) Bukidnon is a province that stands proud of gaining flattering words of praise from travellers due to its natural beauty. It was characterized by its… Read more »

ANGARAY’S TAKE: Goodbye Summer 2014

ANGARAY’S TAKE: Goodbye Summer 2014

By Loreta Sol L. Dinlayan/Bukidnon News.Net MALAYBALAY CITY (Bukidnon News.Net/12 June) May 31, 2014. I watched a documentary show on the Mount Everest Avalanche Tragedy which claimed 16 lives of… Read more »

TINGOG KABATAN-ONAN:  Fiesta and hospitality

TINGOG KABATAN-ONAN: Fiesta and hospitality

By Carl Ace R. Parilla/Bukidnon News IMPASUG-ONG, Bukidnon (Bukidnon News/31 May) Upbeat music, lots of people on the roadside, sweet noise of laughter, and a sight of banderitas hanging along… Read more »

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD:  Changing the world

FROM BUKIDNON TO THE WORLD: Changing the world

By Rubelyn Yap (Published with consent from the author, who wrote this for Women’s Feature Service in 2009 and was first published by Sunday Inquirer Magazine and inquirer.net) GHANA—The pay… Read more »

BATA’NG BUKIDNON: The Cost of Dreaming

BATA’NG BUKIDNON: The Cost of Dreaming

By Carl Ace R. Parilla IMPASUG-ONG, Bukidnon (Bukidnon News/10 May) Leaning beside my dad’s motorcycle, here I am staring at the sunset dying at the far horizon. Away from the… Read more »

Al Davis Raiders Football Synonymous With Black Culture

Al Davis Raiders Football Synonymous With Black Culture

T-shirts with funky logos and bright colors are very in nowadays. Promo bags are extremely functional asset. Patrick Robinson a possible shut down, cover cornerback out of Florida State will… Read more »