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List of winners of 2019 Tnalak Festival major competitions

List of Winners of 2019 Street Dancing Competition

Madal Be'Lan Category:

Champion: Koronadal Academy of Tampakan, Municipality of Tampakan (Entry #3)

1st Runner-up: Sto. Niño National High School, Municipality of Sto. Niño (Entry #2)

2nd Runner-up: Santa Cruz Mission School, Inc. - Dekolon Junior High School, Municipality of Lake Sebu (Entry #1)

Kasadyahan sa Kapatagan Category

Champion: Koronadal National Comprehensive High School, City of Koronadal (Entry #1)

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LOOK! Fresh fruits, vegetables here, there and everywhere in Tnalak Festival 2019...

The 2019 Tnalak Festival begins in Koronadal City as South Cotabato celebrates its founding anniversary.

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New public execs wants old Isabela City port improved

ISABELA CITY --- The Sangguniang Panglunsod is seeking clearance to realign a P50 million budget for a new wharf project to the expansion of a landmark Spanish-era port to boost the local economy.

SP presiding officer Vice Mayor Kifli Salliman and his colleagues have drafted a resolution asking Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade to allow the city government to spend the amount for the expansion of the old and historic Isabela City port instead.

Salliman was elected vice mayor last May 13, along with running mate, the now first-termer mayor Sitti Djalia Turabin Hataman.

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South Cotabato's Tnalak 2019 committee warns public vs. "soli"

KORONADAL CITY - The South Cotabato Tnalak Festival hip-hop competition committee chair has warned the public against solicitations by a group of dancers claiming to be representing South Cotabato.

The warning was issued by Engr. Felix Sadiang-abay, South Cotabato provincial assessor and chair of hip-hop dance competition committee told Radyo Bida Koronadal that no dance group is officially representing the province.

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Alyssa Cara Gallanas is 2019 Diamond Mutya ng Cotabato

COTABATO CITY - Alyssa Cara Gallanas, candidate No. 2 is this year's Mutya ng Cotabato. She was crowned as the Diamond Mutya ng Cotabato as the city celebrates its 60th foundation anniversary today.

First runner up was Jennifer Torres, candidate No. 7 and second runner up Johanna Cual, candidate No. 3.

The coronation night was held at the Cotabato City Institute gymnasium.

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Who will be our next Mutya ng Cotabato?

Ladies and gentlemen, here are our eight beauties who will be fighting for the crown at the Mutya ng Cotabato 2019, one of the hightlights of the city's 60th foundation anniversary.

Who will be our Diamond Queen?

Let us all find out during the pageant day on June 19, 2019 at the Cotaabto City Instittue Gym at 3:00 in the afternoon.

But before that, let us watch them showcase their talents at the Talent Show on June 18, 2019 at the South Seas Convention Hall, 9:00 in the morning.

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14 whale sharks sighted in Sarangani Bay

GEN. SANTOS CITY – A total of 14 whale sharks locally known as “Butanding” were sighted by environmentalists in Sarangani Bay over the weekend.

The whale shark (Rhincodon typus) is a slow-moving, filter-feeding carpet shark and the largest known extant fish species. The largest confirmed individual had a length of 12.65 meters and a weight of about 21.5 tons, according to Wikipedia.

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Markedly attractive Baiwalk riverside park inaugurated

COTABATO CITY --- There is a new “peace landmark” in this city now frequented by Muslim, Christian and Lumad tourists from across central Mindanao.

Congresswoman Bai Sandra Sema of the first congressional district of Maguindanao and representatives from the three communities inaugurated Wednesday the now tourist attraction “Baiwalk” (baywalk).

A project of the now outgoing third-termer congresswoman, the Baiwalk along the picturesque and historic Tamontaka River in Cotabato City is a two-kilometer riverbank erosion control structure and a riverside park.

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Riverside park opens in Cotabato City

COTABATO CITY – The first ever riverside park free for public use was officially opened Wednesday by Rep. Bai Sandra Sema and 6th Infantry Division commander Maj. Gen. Cirilito Sobejana.

More known as Bai Walk, the park will serve as family free park for Cotabatenios and visitors.

Rep. Sema of Maguindanao 1st district with Cotabato City, said the park was first envisioned to be a ramp area for women and mothers as part of women empowerment but is now open to the public.

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Kidapawan celebrates charter day

 

 
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