Limasawa

Limasawa IslandSarangani or Limasawa Island
Butuan City. Dimasaua. First Mass in the Philippines. Ruy López de Villalobos. ELGU Website of Limasawa. Possible provenance of the name 'Limasawa'. Philippine Standard Geographic Code. Philippine Census Information. Local Governance Performance Management System. Limasawa Island Information.

Gaisano Capital

Gaisano Capital Mall of SogodGaisano Capital Tandag
Others were in San Francisco, Agusan del Sur (also opened in November 2014), Tandag, Bislig and Butuan. Cebu: Other Visayas: Mindanao: Luzon: * Official website Gaisano Capital South (Cebu City). Gaisano Capital Tisa (Cebu City). Gaisano Capital Casuntingan (Mandaue City). Gaisano Capital SRP (Talisay City, Cebu). Gaisano Capital Danao (Danao City, Cebu). Kalibo, Aklan. Passi City, Iloilo. Iloilo City. Ormoc City, Leyte. Tacloban City. Sogod, Southern Leyte. San Carlos City, Negros Occidental. San Francisco, Agusan del Sur. Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental. Surigao City, Surigao del Norte. Bislig City, Surigao del Sur. Tandag City, Surigao del Sur. Butuan City, Agusan del Norte.

Robinsons Place Butuan

Robinsons Place Butuan is a mall located in Jose C. Aquino Avenue (Butuan-Cagayan de Oro-Iligan Highway), Brgy. Bayanihan, Butuan City. It is Robinsons Land's 33rd commercial center in the Philippines and the 4th Robinsons Mall in Mindanao after Robinsons Cagayan de Oro, Robinsons Cybergate Davao and Robinsons Place Gensan. It covers an area of over 45300 m2 making it the largest Robinsons Mall in Mindanao. It was opened to the public on 25 November, 2013. The mall also features 102-room hotel component that occupies 4th and 5th levels in the east wing of the building.

Caraga State University

Caraga State University—Main Campus
Metropolitan Manila is a one-hour and 25-minute plane trip to the City of Butuan. The Butuan City Campus has an area of 232 hectares, 32 hectares of which is allocated for academic buildings and support facilities, including a gymnasium, while the remaining 200 hectares of land is for production, research and extension projects of the university. The Cabadbaran Campus is in Cabadbaran City of Agusan del Norte, north of Butuan City. Cabadbaran City can be reached by buses, jeepneys and multicabs along the Butuan City to Surigao City national road. A commuter will take 30–45 minutes to reach Cabadbaran City from Butuan City.

Bislig

Bislig CityBislig (Mangagoy)Mangagoy/Bislig City
*Inter-island vessels like the Cokaliong, Lite Shipping Corporation, and 2GO ply the Manila-Butuan, Cebu-Butuan and Bohol-Butuan routes on regular schedules with Nasipit Port as transit point. Air-con vans are available at the wharf and in the Nasipit terminal. Bachelor Express buses are available in the Nasipit terminal as well for a specific schedule. One may also take a jeepney ride to the Butuan City integrated terminal for the regular bus trips to Bislig. The city had developed sea ports at Barangay Lawigan and Caramcam District in Barangay Mangagoy for the increasing demand of people travelling to other provinces.

Tagum

Tagum CityTagum, Davao del NorteMusikahan Festival
Buses from Butuan City, Surigao City, Ormoc City, Tacloban City, Manila, Mati City and Davao City are housed in Tagum City Overland Transport Integrated Terminal to cater their passenger needs. Tagum is bisected by N1 (Maharlika Highway), which serves as a principal arterial for the city, as well as a major route between Davao City and areas to the north. Other major highways include N909, which serves the adjacent municipalities to the west, and N74 (Apokon Road), which runs to Davao Oriental. Due to the worsening traffic condition in the city, the local government unit and DPWH had agreed on the construction of a 1.6 kilometer flyover along Daang Maharlika.

Timber City Academy

Timber City Academy(also referred to as 'TCA' and formerly called the Butuan Chinese School) is a private Filipino Chinese school in Butuan City. It currently follows the new K to 12 curricula of the Department Of Education. It presently offers pre-school, elementary, junior high school and senior high school. The school was founded in 1946. * Official website

Edelmiro Amante

Edelmiro A. Amante
Amante was born in Butuan City. He attended Ampayon Elementary School, then Mindanao Institute, where he graduated from high school as a salutatorian. He then studied at Silliman University, where he received an Associate in Arts degree in 1954, then a Bachelor of Laws in 1958. Amante started his career as a barrio lieutenant in Ampayon, Butuan City. He held that position for only one year, 1959, before becoming a Councilor, from 1960 to 1964. He represented Agusan del Norte at the 1973 Constitutional Convention. He had also represented Agusan del Norte as an Assemblyman of the defunct Batasang Pambansa from 1978 to 1984.

Sinulog

Sinulog FestivalFeast of the Santo Niño
Other places like Kabankalan City, Maasin City, Balingasag Misamis Oriental, Cagayan de Oro City, Butuan City and Pagadian City also have their own version of the festival in honor of Santo Niño. The word Sinulog comes from the Cebuano adverb sulog which roughly means "like water current movement;" it describes the forward-backward movement of the Sinulog dance. The dance consists of two steps forward and one step backward, done to the sound of drums. The dance is categorized into Sinulog-base, Free-Interpretation, and street dancing.

Cagayan de Oro

Cagayan de Oro CityCagayan de MisamisCagayan
The Eastbound integrated Bus Terminal (Agora) also known as Market City offers regular landtrips to and from eastern municipalities of Misamis Oriental or eastern part of Mindanao including Balingoan and Gingoog, Carmen, Nasipit, Butuan (change buses travel to Surigao City), Bukidnon including Central or Southern portion of Mindanao such us Malaybalay and Valencia, Davao City, Kabacan, Tacurong and General Santos.

Susan Fuentes

Butuan City. Agusan del Norte. http://www.philstar.com/entertainment/2013/09/08/1183961/farewell-queen-visayan-songs. http://entertainment.inquirer.net/111563/queen-of-visayan-songs-susan-fuentes-is-dead.

Ardy Larong

Ardy Larong (born December 14, 1980 in Butuan City, Agusan del Norte) is a Filipino former professional basketball player. He last played for the Philippine Patriots in the Asean Basketball League. He was drafted by Alaska in the second round in the 2007 PBA draft but was left unsigned and the Purefoods Tender Juicy Giants tried him out and signed him. He is known for his defense and hustle. He was signed by the Sta. Lucia Realtors for the 35th PBA season. He played as an import for the Chang Thailand Slammers for the 2010-2011 season. After the Slammers' successful run, Larong moved back to the Philippines to play for the Misamis Oriental Meteors of the Liga Pilipinas. * Player Profile

Sangguniang Panlungsod

City Councilcity councilorCouncil
The Sangguniang Panlungsod are the legislatures of city governments in the Philippines. As defined by the Local Government Code of 1991, the legislatures have legislative and quasi-judicial powers and functions. The members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod, often referred to as councilors are either elected or ex-officio and includes a city's vice mayor who serves as the presiding officer.

Tausug language

TausugTausūgSuluk language
The Tausug language is very closely related to the Surigaonon language of the provinces Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur and Agusan del Sur, and to the Butuanon language of northeastern Mindanao. The name of the language in Tausug is Bahasa Sūg ("language of Sulu"). Tausūg is derived from two words: Tau ("person") and sūg ("current"), presumably referring to their economic livelihood that depends on the strong currents of the Sulu Sea, where they used to trans-navigate as fishermen, pearl divers and traders. Even today, the Sulu Sea is still the strategic trade route of the southern Philippines and the nearby ASEAN nations.

Roy Señeres

Señeres
They formerly resided in the Compostela Valley and Davao del Norte, but eventually moved to Butuan. Roy studied at the Primary Butuan Elementary School, Butuan Central Elementary School, and Agusan National High School. He later earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Santo Tomas in 1967 and a Bachelor of Laws at San Beda College in 1971. He passed the bar exam the same year. He was also a columnist of the tabloid, Pilipino Star Ngayon. His column is entitled Amba's Briefs. Señeres chaired the National Labor Relations Commission of the Department of Labor and Employment from 2002 to 2005.

Gingoog

Gingoog City, Misamis OrientalAnakanGingoog Bay
The city is approximately 122 km east of Cagayan de Oro City and 74 km west of Butuan City. It is bounded on the east by the Municipality of Magsaysay; on the west by the Municipality of Medina; on the south by the Municipality of Claveria; and on the north by Gingoog Bay. Its total land area is 56844 ha. Gingoog City is politically subdivided into 79 barangays. In 1957, the sitio of Malibod was converted into a barrio.

TV Patrol Southern Mindanao

TV Patrol Mindanao
Dante Luzon was its first anchor with Annie Gacayan, Christina Banluta, Tina Junsay, Manny Casiple, Helen Lorenzana, Rocky Magsanoc and Bert Gorgonio as its first reporters and was initially broadcast in Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Pagadian, Butuan, General Santos, Cotabato and Zamboanga. It had covered stories ranging from natural disasters, man-made disasters, religious conflicts, tribal conflicts, political controversies, social issues and crime stories in the entire Mindanao island.

List of radio stations in Butuan

Below is a list of radio stations in Butuan, Philippines, whose coverage is in part or whole of the same.

Balingoan, Misamis Oriental

Balingoan
From Cagayan de Oro to Balingoan is about 86 km and would take around 1.5 hours bus ride as well as from Butuan. There are 9 Public Elementary Schools situated in Barangays San Alonzo, Bauk-bauk, Lapinig, Mantangale, Mapua, Kauswagan, Kabulakan, Dahilig and Kabangasan. Baukbauk (Poblacion). Dahilig. Kabangasan. Kabulakan. Kauswagan. Lapinig (Poblacion). Mantangale. Mapua. San Alonzo. Municipality of Balingoan. Philippine Standard Geographic Code listing for Balingoan - National Statistical Coordination Board. Local Governance Performance Management System.

Carmen, Agusan del Norte

Carmen
It is bounded on the north by the Butuan Bay, south by Buenavista, east by Nasipit and west by Misamis Oriental. Its rolling hills are planted with different kinds of orchard, where some 500 ha are devoted solely to mango plantations. About half of these are fully developed and are already producing sweet mango fruits which are being sold in volume in Cebu and Manila and to neighboring municipalities and Butuan City. Carmen is politically subdivided into 8 barangays. In the, Carmen had a population of. The population density was undefined PD/km2.

Miss Philippines Earth 2010

2010Miss Philippines Water 2010Miss Philippines Air 2010
Butuan City - Stephany Dianne D. Stefanowitz. Cagayan de Oro City - Lilyka Vic P. Peñaranda. Cainta - Maria Sofia Gloria G. Mustonen. Calamba City - Princess A. Sardin. Caloocan City - Sheryl Jane O. Taguiam. Cavite City - Amor Arahan. Cebu City - Sian Elizabeth S. Maynard. Dasmariñas City - Charisse Marie Sisperez. France (Fil) - Gwennaelle R. Ruais. Gumaca - Kris E. Ortiz. Imus - Christine Weizel O. Gulfan. Infanta - Kris Psyche O. Resus. Iriga City - Aizza Francesca V. Briñas. Kabacan - Lady Lou S. Garidan. Kawit - Pauline D. Dollaga. Lubao - Angela Lauren D. Fernando. Lucena - Gabrielle Marie J. Cabrera. Makati City - Angelica C. Pasumbal. Malabon City - Kimberly Ann S. Brandon.

Bayugan

Bayugan City Bayugan CityBayugan, Agusan del Sur
;By air Butuan Airport: Butuan has the nearest airport from Bayugan. Davao Airport: From Manila or Cebu to Davao City as transit point. Surigao Airport: From Manila or Cebu to Surigao City as transit point. ;By land Bayugan can be reached via land transport. Bachelor Express, Land Car Inc., and Surigao Express are only few bus companies travelling to and from the city. Buses are serving routes from Davao City, Butuan City, Surigao City, and Mangagoy/Bislig City. Philtranco and PP Bus Line serving Pasay City/Cubao via Butuan or Davao are also available.

SM Supermalls

SM SupermallSMSM Cinema
SM Supermalls, owned by SM Prime Holdings, is a chain of shopping malls in the Philippines that, as of November 2018, has 72 malls located across the country and about two dozen more scheduled to be open. It also has 7 malls in China, including SM Tianjin which is the second largest in the world in terms of gross leasable area (GLA). SM Supermalls has become one of the biggest mall operators in Southeast Asia. Combined, the company has about 9.24 million square meters of gross floor area (GFA). It has 17,230 tenants in the Philippines and 1,867 tenants in China.

Tandag

Tandag CityNaturalisSurigao del Sur Sports Center
Pedicabs. via Tandag Airport: From Cebu, you can take direct flight to Tandag and Cebgo ply this route every M-W-F. via Francisco Bangoy (Davao) International Airport: From Manila or Cebu to Davao City as transit point, Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific and Cebgo ply the Manila-Davao vice versa (approx. 1-1/2 hours travel time) and Cebu-Davao vice versa (approx. 45 minutes travel time) several trips daily. via Surigao Airport: From Manila or Cebu to Surigao City as transit point, Cebgo ply these routes daily. via Bancasi (Butuan) Airport: From Manila or Cebu to Butuan City as transit point, PAL Express, Cebu Pacific, and Cebgo ply these routes three times a week.

Jose Aquino II

Jose S. Aquino II
In 2016, he is now the Vice Mayor of Butuan on May 10, 2016.