Tourism Secretary Christina Garcia-Frasco led the groundbreaking ceremony of the Tourist Service Rest Area in Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon last October 7, 2022. The tourist rest area, which will be established in partnership with the local government unit of Manolo Fortich and with the TIEZA –
Senate Majority Floor Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri led the blessing and formal turnover of 20 fully-equipped ambulances to 20 municipal government units in Bukidnon on February 3, 2022 at the Capitol Grounds, Malaybalay City. Zubiri said that a total of Php 50 Million from his
Seventeen combatants of the New People’s Army (NPA) operating in the Kitanglad and Kalatungan mountain ranges have voluntarily surrendered to the 1st Special Forces Battalion (1SFB), Special Forces Regiment (Airborne) of the Philippine Army on May 1, according to a high ranking military officer. 1SFB
A priest in Bukidnon died of COVID-19 last May 1, 2021 and another priest got infected. This resulted in the closure of 2 churches in the Municipality of Libona and Municipality of Manolo Fortich. Fr. Virgilio Delfin, spokesperson of the Diocese of Malaybalay, said Fr.
Bukidnon is known as a thrill-seeker’s destination. To enjoy the beautiful views of this landlocked province, such as Kiokong White Rock Wall, you might need to do a Vertical Bivouac–cliff camping. To reach that part of the ledge where you will spend the night, it