Bukidnon


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Bukidnon

(bo͞okĭd`nŏn, Sp. bo͞okēdh`nōn), province (1990 pop. 843,891), N central Mindanao, the Philippines. Malaybalay is the provincial capital. Much of the area is on a high plateau (alt. c.2,000 ft/610 m). With very fertile soil and a heavy, evenly distributed annual rainfall, Bukidnon is of great importance agriculturally. Intensely cultivated, it is the nation's major pineapple-producing region and a center of coffee production. A great variety of fruits is also grown, primarily for canning and export. The province has a high percentage of owner-operated farms. Central Mindanao Univ. is at Musuan.
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Negros Occidental is home to IP groups locally known as Ata, Ati and Bukidnon with an estimated population of 400,000.
The Northern Mindanao police chief, Brigadier General Rafael Santiago Jr., has ordered a deeper investigation on the killing of four persons in Bukidnon whose remains were dug up in separate graves on August 22.
Authorities exhumed the skeletons of three missing persons - including a soldier and a retired police officer - in two shallow graves in Kitaotao, Bukidnon yesterday morning - exactly two years after they were reportedly abducted by the rebels.
2 NPA rebels killed in Bukidnon clash !-- -- John Unson (The Philippine Star) - August 13, 2019 - 12:00am COTABATO CITY, Philippines Two New People's Army (NPA) rebels were killed in an encounter with soldiers in Talakag, Bukidnon on Sunday.
CAMP BANCASI, Butuan City - After more than a year, the search is over for a female medical officer of the New People's Army (NPA), who was killed in a massive purge in the Communist movement, and reportedly buried in an agricultural mountainous area in Bukidnon.
Manila: A series of earthquakes occurred in three provinces, including four temblors in Bukidnon in the southern Philippines, one in Surigao del Norte, also in the south, and and nine in eastern Samar, in central Philippines, all of which occurred at different times on Tuesday, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said.
Malacaang has declared September 2 of this year as a special non-working day in Bukidnon.
Ianne Caridad, Department of Health-Region 10 (DOH) spokesperson, said Bukidnon posted the highest number of dengue cases among the region's five provinces with 7,120 cases and 10 deaths in the same period.
A P4.5 billion 66-kilometer bypass road that will connect Davao and Bukidnon, passing areas previously considered as stronghold of insurgents, is in the plan.
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has began work to secure funding for a P4.5 billion, 66-kilometer road connecting Davao City and Malaybalay City in Bukidnon.
Christine Hallasgo did not travel all the way to Manila for nothing, especially when she had to leave a three-year-old daughter behind, some 900 miles away, at their home in Malaybalay, Bukidnon.

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