By Apipa P. Bagumbaran
The cadaver of a missing person who was reportedly swept away by a flash flood overflowing the Taraka River last weekend was finally recovered after 56 hours and 45 minutes of Search and Rescue Operation, local officials said.
The boy who was swept away by flash floods on Sunday noontime in the municipality of Taraka in Lanao del Sur is still missing as of posting and responders have intensified their search and rescue operation for the third day.
By ALI G. MACABALANG TARAKA, Lanao del Sur – “This poor town beside the vast Lake Lanao will soon build six solar-powered irrigation projects for its rice farmers and a huge potable […]
TARAKA, Lanao del Sur: So far peace and order in this municipality has been smooth with no crime incident reported in this time of pandemic, officials said. Mayor Nashiba G. Sumagayan said […]
MARAWI CITY: Filled with appreciation and gratitude, Taraka Municipal Mayor Nashiba U. Gandamra and Municipal Health Officer Bolawan Delawi officially received the ambulance van turned-over to Taraka Local Government Unit (LGU) by […]
Another milestone for Taraka municipality COTABATO CITY: The Ministry of Interior and Local Government of Bangsamoro Autonomous region has handed over to the municipal government of Taraka in Lanao del Sur the […]
MARAWI CITY: No amount of weariness can waver the LGU of Taraka’s persistence to continuously provide relief assistance to the whole constituency in this time of need. Mayor Nashiba G. Sumagayan and […]
By Rocaya Sumndad Otical Yahya TARAKA, Lanao del Sur: The Taraka Sangguniang Kabataan Federation and the Local Youth Development Office distributed on Monday, May 11, 2020, food packs for breaking the fast […]
By ROCAYA SUMNDAD OTICAL YAHYA TARAKA, Lanao del Sur: As the provincial goverrnment of Lanao del Sur extends the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in the province until April 30 amid the coronavirus […]