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THE courts serving Cagayan de Oro will be moved out of the City Tourism Hall where they have been staying after a fire gutted the Hall of Justice last January.
MISAMIS ORIENTAL doesn’t see the need to declare the province under a state of calamity despite widespread damage to crops, fruit trees and aquaculture farms brought about by the prolonged dry spell.
CITY building officials will inspect dormitories and boarding houses before classes start on June 1 to make sure the lodgings are safe.
THE heavy rains in Cagayan de Oro just before midnight Monday were due to local thunderstorms and do not signal the beginning of the rainy season, a government weather specialist said.
ABOUT 1.3 million students will enroll in schools in Northern Mindanao this school year, compared to last year's 1.2 million.
AT LEAST four persons were seriously injured in a three-vehicle accident on Suarez highway in Iligan City around noon Monday.
MORE than a hundred Higaonon families in a barangay in Claveria, Misamis Oriental, are in danger of losing their homes after a court restraining order against a demolition expired last Sunday.
TWO Cagayan de Oro students are among the seven examinees from four Mindanao schools that made the top 10 in the board exam for high school teachers.
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