Issue of October 7, 2018
Mt. Province

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1.    A Cordillera legislator proved his critics wrong that he was hiding during a typhoon when he appeared at the tragedy site to comfort and assist his people.

2.    This government agency has not lost empathy when it sponsored a party and gave tokens to all participants, instead of using the funds for Typhoon Ompong victims.

3.    As real warriors, members of a famous MMA team have set aside funds from their winnings in competitions and transported relief goods to typhoon-ravaged areas.

4.    The closure of small-scale mining in the Cordillera will become a serious peace and order issue if the miners and their families go hungry for absence of government aid.

5.    This Malacañang communications official should not consider resigning even if his office is tarnished with series of blunders and even after Mocha Uson has resigned.

6.    The deafening silence of this old mining company on the Itogon landslide tragedy is understandable since it has been getting its shares from the small-scale miners.

7.    The family and allies of this former noted political leader are not financing the early campaign of a valued retired police officer to change the current local leadership.

8.    A Cordilleran priest, known for his pro-people advocacies and a staunch critic of offenses in government, is being convinced by many quarters to run for governor.

9.    This paramilitary group, which has been milking the government for decades now, is fronting as an ardent supporter of federalism in a bid to advance its vested interests.

10. Some night establishments in Baguio are calling it quits because of the curfew that greatly helps in the peace and order campaign with lowered crime volume at CBD.

11. Countless trolls are unmindful if the prices of commodities and fuel, as well as inflation rate are soaring because the current leadership remains the best for them.

12. The time-tested Cordilleran binnadang played a major role in the recovery of the remains of a village secretary in Mankayan after two months of retrieval operation.

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