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Butuan

(bo͞oto͞o`än), city (1990 pop. 172,489), capital of Agusan del Norte prov., NE Mindanao, the Philippines. It is a port on the Agusan River near its mouth at Butuan Bay. It is an outlet for the fertile Agusan River valley.
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Former PO2 Reynaldo de Castro, 53, fled to Butuan after killing his neighbors-city hall employee Isidoro Centeno Jr.
The tour is expected to end on March 7 as the FRs will return to Davao City and Butuan City via C-130 aircraft.
On the contrary, the price dropped by P80 in Cebu City, by P20 in Zamboanga City and Butuan City and by P10 in Baguio City and Cabanatuan City,' it added.
Fabre lauded Lagnada's vision to transform Butuan into a mega city in the next five years.
Filipino experts told this writer that in addition to the array of gold objects from various sites throughout the archipelago, archaeologists had recovered hundreds of clay crucibles for smelting gold, gold-working tools, and raw and wrought gold during the excavations of precolonial wooden plank boats (balangay) in Butuan in 1976.
The aircraft had arrived in Butuan City from Manila.
And then this happened,'' Butuan City police officer Jose Quino said.
Boys and girls aged 10 to 14 from Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Bukidnon, Davao, Sarangani and other provinces in Mindanao trooped to the first-ever Jr.
The GovNet Project in Butuan City is the first in Mindanao benefitting some 80 government agencies, noted Dela Rosa.
1 was also hoisted over Surigao del Norte, Agusan del Norte, Butuan City and Cabadbaran City, Agusan del Sur and Bayugan City and Dinagat Islands.
The raid was based on a search warrant issued by Butuan Regional Trial Court Branch 2 JudgeEmmanuel Escatron on Jan.
In keeping the momentum of advancing the regions rich agricultural and fishery products, the Butuan City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Foundation, Inc.