A spark in the dark

Ador Vincent Mayol 05/08/2018

Finding hope amid adversities  (Conclusion of CDN’s three-part series tracing the contributions of persons with disabilities who serve the community with joy and dedication despite their handicaps.) He used to feel worthless in view of a handicap…

A spark in the dark: Rising above one’s limits

Ador Vincent S. Mayol 05/06/2018

*A three-part series tracing the contributions of three persons with disabilities, who serve the community with joy and dedication despite their handicaps. Even before sunlight pierces through the dark sky at dawn, Magdaleno Borces is already up…

Human rights

Raymund Fernandez 12/12/2017

We are all guided by the law of inertia. An object at rest remains at rest, an object in motion remains in motion unless or until an outside force acts on it. This is as true with…

A dark uncertain path

Raymund Fernandez 11/28/2017

If the rumour circulating turns out to be true, this might be the last Kinutil for a while. I am talking, of course, about the rumour of an impending declaration of a revolutionary government in our country.…

Return to ‘dark ages’ feared

Futch Anthony Inso, Miguel Ernest E. Ermac, Nestle L. Semilla 09/20/2017

NATIONAL DAY OF PROTEST Not wanting to repeat the dark ages of history, Cebuanos from different groups are set to converge in downtown Cebu City today to oppose tyranny and the alleged authoritarian reign of President Rodrigo…

A tablet in the dark

Simeon Dumdum Jr. 08/05/2017

In his book “The Poetry Home Repair Manual,” Ted Kooser cites this sentence from Tomas Tranströmer’s poem “The Couple” to illustrate a successful simile: They turn the light off, and its white globe glows an instant and…

USE POWER WISELY

Ador Vincent S. Mayol, Connie Fernandez 07/08/2017

Cebuanos are urged to do their share in addressing the shortage of power supply in the Visayas as it might take at least 10 days to repair the damage caused by Thursday’s earthquake on the geothermal power…

Kidnap attempt

Editorial 03/23/2017

The persons arrested for allegedly trying to kidnap four schoolchildren in Minglanilla town last March 16 will have time to answer the charges to be filed against them, but the incident awoke bad memories of the kidnap-murder…

MAO BA?

Editorial 03/20/2017

FED UP WITH DUTERTE This city official seems to be fed up with repeated pronouncements by President Duterte on the illegal drug menace and its infiltration of government agencies and barangays all over the country. He said…

When the stars begin to fall

Simeon Dumdum Jr. 11/15/2015

It takes upwards of twenty minutes to travel by car from our village to the city. The road skirts a channel, which offers an expansive view of the sea and the boats leaving and arriving, and of…

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