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Monday, 18 July 2016 00:00

200 drug suspects yield

MAITUM, Sarangani (July 18, 106) – Some 200 of 516 suspected drug users and pushers take an oath before Mayor Alexander Bryan Reganit during the Pledge of Support program Sunday, July 17. Mayor Reganit said he hopes that those who surrendered will support the campaign against illegal drugs and quit from using them. He promised that he will offer a livelihood program and skills training to help them stop their old ways. The event supports Project DUTERTE which aims to eliminate drug use and trafficking thru rehabilitation, training and enforcement. "Ayaw kong mangyari sa inyong mga anak ang inyung mga naranasan, kaya palakpakan ninyo ang inyung sarili," Mayor Reganit told them. (John James I. Doctor/ MAITUM CDIO)

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Monday, 18 July 2016 00:00

245 finish vocational courses

MAITUM, Sarangani (July 18, 2016) - With the theme "Facing Tomorrow's Challenges by Today's Quality Vocational Preparedness", the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) in partnership with Euro Asia College of Technology, Holy Trinity College, Notre Dame, Gerardo's School of Culinary Arts and Cake Decoration and Golden State College through the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office hold a Commencement Exercises at JLC Municipal Hall Friday, July 18, for 245 graduates who successfully completed 10 days of training. The graduates who enrolled in five courses -- Bread and Pastry, Driving, Cookery, Electronics and Dress Making –- received a certificate of completion. Later this month, all graduates will undergo a comprehensive assessment to get a National Certificate (NCII). This aims to provide advantage to an ordinary skilled laborer or worker to find a job and sustainable livelihood. It will also provide the qualified skilled worker response to manpower requirements and needs. (John James I. Doctor/ MAITUM CDIO)

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MAITUM, Sarangani Province - As a support to the Project DUTERTE campaign against illegal drugs, some 200 suspected drug users and pushers from 516 listed by authorities attend the oath taking ceremony during the Pledge of Support program Sunday, July 17. The event was spearheaded by Mayor Alexander Bryan Reganit, the Sangguniang Bayan and Barangay Captains, together with Municipal Police Station led by Police Senior Inspector Rodel Jovino. The self-confessed drug pushers and users, though not detained, will be monitored by the police. (John James I. Doctor /MAITUM CDIO)

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MAITUM, Sarangani (July 18, 2016) – Leonila Juanatas (extreme left), Technical Vocational Program Head of Holy Trinity College of General Santos City, hands over the Certificate of Completion to an electronic graduate during the Commencement Exercises at JLC Municipal Hall Friday, July 18, of 245 graduates who successfully completed the 10-day training. The graduates of five courses which are Driving, Cooking, Bread and Pastry, Electronics and cookery will later undergo comprehensive assessment to get a National Certificate (NCII). Some of them were chosen and identified by the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program as individuals whose families live below the poverty line. (John James I. Doctor /MAITUM CDIO)

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Monday, 18 July 2016 00:00

Hydro power plant MOA signed

MAASIM, Sarangani (July 18, 2016) – This is the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on July 14 at IML Resort for the construction and development of Hydro Power Plant at Barangay Nomoh within the Blaan-Tboli Reservation Area under Presidential Proclamation 1062 and the Proposed Nomoh Tboli Ancestral Domain. The MOA-signing was made between IP communities represented by Municipal Tribal Chieftain Fulung Benjamin Donato (center, seated) and Alsons Energy Development Corporation (AEDC) represented by Engr. Gregorio Gonzales (extreme left), project manager. The signing was assisted by the National Commission on the Indigenous Peoples represented by Ricky Trecero (extreme right, seated). The MOA-signing is part of the FPIC process to secure certificate pre-condition from the NCIP-Commission en-banc for the project. Provided in the MOA are: 1) Benefits and Profit Sharing; 2) 1 unit MTC-IP Kasfala Center and office building; 3) Five college scholarships for deserving IP students with an average grade of 85%; 4) 1 unit 4x4 ambulance for Municipal Tribal Council (MTC) exclusive for IP; and 5) Infra facilities for sitios involved such as Health/Day Care Centers, Spring Development Projects, Comfort Room buildings and Farm to Market Roads. The MOA will not prejudice the application for the Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title (CADT) of Nomoh Tboli Ancestral Domain headed by Fulung Donato, head petitioner, and Datu Luna Tabalao, co-petitioner. (Ener T. Toguin for SARANGANI INFORMATION OFFICE)

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Monday, 18 July 2016 00:00

PLO Iloilo visits Sarangani

ALABEL, Sarangani (July 18, 2016) - Vice Governor Elmer de Peralta (right) leads Capitol employees and officials in welcoming the delegates of Provincial Legal Office (PLO) of Iloilo during the flag- raising ceremony Monday, July 18, at the Capitol. The visitors aim to learn about the best practices of the provincial government of Sarangani for benchmarking. (Tres Besana/ SARANGANI INFORMATION OFFICE)

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Saturday, 16 July 2016 00:00

South Korea retaliates hard at Japan

CLARK, Pampanga (July 16, 2016) - Japan defeats South Korea with the official score of 3-2 at Asia Pacific Intermediate Little League Baseball Tournament(AsPac) Friday, July 15. But Japan crumbled in the championship game with South Korea Saturday, July 16, 11-0. The AsPac qualifying tournament was competed by Japan, Indonesia, South Korea, Hongkong and the Philippines. (Jake T. Narte /SARANGANI INFORMATION OFFICE)

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CLARK, Pampanga (July 16, 2016) – The South Korean team celebrates after trouncing Japan Wednesday, July 16, in their championship game with the final score of 11-0 at the Asia Pacific Intermediate Little League Baseball Tournament (AsPac) at Clark International Sports Complex Wednesday. South Korea earned the right to represent the AsPac region in the Little League World Series to be held from July 31 to August 6 at Livermore, California. (Jake T. Narte/ SARANGANI INFORMATION OFFICE)

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Saturday, 16 July 2016 00:00

Philippines frustrates Hongkong, 13-12

CLARK, Pampanga (July 16, 2016) – In the match for 3rd Place Saturday, July 16, Mark Angelo Misawa (left) of the Philippines tags the Hongkong runner out on homeplate at the crucial 7th inning with the score of 13-12 for the Philippines. Had the Hongkong runner touched home safe, followed by two other runners from 3rd base and 2nd base, the final result would have been catastrophic for the Philippine Team at the Asia-Pacific Intermediate League Baseball Tournament. The Philippine Team is composed of players from Maitum, Sarangani with some players from South Cotabato and Cotabato Province. (Jake T. Narte /SARANGANI INFORMATION OFFICE)

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Saturday, 16 July 2016 00:00

Sarangani wins 3rd Place for PH in AsPac

CLARK, Pampanga (July 16, 2016) - Sarangani players representing the Philippines pose Saturday, July 16, with Atty. Jolly Gomez (standing, 6th from right) district administrator of Little League Baseball Philippines, Inc., and Sarangani Board Member Cornelio Martinez (standing, extreme left) after winning the final 3rd Place match up against Hongkong at the Asia Pacific Intermediate Little League Baseball Tournament. (Jake T. Narte /SARANGANI INFORMATION OFFICE)

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