By Marlon Ramos
The axe has fallen on the treasurer of the town of Tupi in South Cotabato for his failure to account for more than P700,000 in municipal funds and for using fake receipts to shortchange the government, including a receipt for more than P300,000 in taxes that was made to appear for only P30.
By Dona Z. Pazzibugan
Out of so many remote public schools without access to electricity, 10 such public schools will soon receive “solar libraries” to literally bring light to their teachers and students.
By Bong Lozada
Government troops have killed three members of the New People’s Army in a clash in T’boli, South Cotabato, a military official said Tuesday.
By Jeoffrey Maitem
A soldier, a policeman and a civilian were injured and heavy equipment damaged when suspected communist rebels attacked a military outpost and a quarry in South Cotabato early Friday morning, the authorities said.
By Allan Nawal
Two of the oldest persons in the province of North Cotabato have died before their formal recognition as centenarians in connection with the province’s 100th founding anniversary on September 1.