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GHS advisor among those charged with fraud

THE Guam Homeland Security advisor was indicted ye...

Receiver tasked with identifying funding for Ordot Dump closure

Receiver tasked with identifying funding for Ordot Dump closure

IN A decision issued yesterday by the District Cou...

DOC officers now working 12-hour shifts, 6 days a week

DOC officers now working 12-hour shifts, 6 days a week

FOLLOWING the suspension of nine officers from the...

New administrator to overhaul veterans office

New administrator to overhaul veterans office

RETIRED Army Command Sgt. Maj. Martin Manglona, ne...

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Lupus forum tomorrow

LESLEY Leon Guerrero, 36, of Chalan Pago, found ou...

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    Plan surveillance system first

    But we discourage the members of the Guam Legislature from using the E-911 Fund to pay the expenses of a video surveillance system, as proposed in Bill 73, unless it is part of a comprehensive plan that includes the de Read more...

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    In support of transparency

    The bill would permit the public auditor’s office to “access tax returns and other information required to be filed or furnished by the taxpayer in the administration of his (the auditor’s) duties, unless such in Read more...

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    Continuing highway work welcome, needed

    We have shared the community’s frustration over the delays and detours during the construction of various projects, and there remain problems to be remedied. But we note the difference between the pothole-strewn Rout Read more...

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    In support of demanding stinking badges

    That is the absolutely correct response to the public auditor's concern. Whenever the government wants to uncover information on a citizen, it needs a badge of authority, if not a warrant as well. When someone comes kn Read more...

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    Micronesia’s finest once again answer the call

    Though the world looks upon us as many small island nations of a U.S. possession, not knowing of our courage and spirit to stop the enemy’s aggression from further spreading their false idealism and oppression,And as Read more...

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    Thank you

    It was an enormous undertaking but you pulled through and kept power flowing to our customers.Exceptional effort was displayed by Cabras 1 and 2 personnel who controlled the islandwide power system frequency during Typ Read more...

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    Plan surveillance system first

    But we discourage the members of the Guam Legislature from using the E-911 Fund to pay the expenses of a video surveillance system, as proposed in Bill 73, unless it is part of a comprehensive plan that includes the de Read more...

  • No Image Available
    In support of transparency

    The bill would permit the public auditor’s office to “access tax returns and other information required to be filed or furnished by the taxpayer in the administration of his (the auditor’s) duties, unless such in Read more...

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    Continuing highway work welcome, needed

    We have shared the community’s frustration over the delays and detours during the construction of various projects, and there remain problems to be remedied. But we note the difference between the pothole-strewn Rout Read more...

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    In support of demanding stinking badges

    That is the absolutely correct response to the public auditor's concern. Whenever the government wants to uncover information on a citizen, it needs a badge of authority, if not a warrant as well. When someone comes kn Read more...

  • No Image Available
    Micronesia’s finest once again answer the call

    Though the world looks upon us as many small island nations of a U.S. possession, not knowing of our courage and spirit to stop the enemy’s aggression from further spreading their false idealism and oppression,And as Read more...

  • No Image Available
    Thank you

    It was an enormous undertaking but you pulled through and kept power flowing to our customers.Exceptional effort was displayed by Cabras 1 and 2 personnel who controlled the islandwide power system frequency during Typ Read more...

Players shine in first ever All-Star game

Players shine in first ever All-Star game

AS ADVERTISED, the fans were treated to a good sho...

25th Cocos Crossing event concludes

25th Cocos Crossing event concludes

A LITTLE under 200 swimmers made their way down to...

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Oberiano, Hua win golf titles

(NISSAN) – Kristen Oberiano shot a one under par 7...

Legacy wins 4th title for Coach Rosario

Legacy wins 4th title for Coach Rosario

IT HAS been a long, emotional week for Team Legacy...

Bulldogs win emotional repeat

Bulldogs win emotional repeat

IT WAS a bittersweet victory for the now back-to-b...

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Book donation
Guam Department of Education Superintendent Jon Fernandez talks to students at P.C. Lujan Elementary School about the books they were given by the Guam Federation of Teachers yesterday. GFT, in partnership with IP&E Guam, gave a book to every student in the school. Photo by Matt Weiss / Variety

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BY MAR-VIC CAGURANGAN

A 1984 moment

Friday, 29 May 2015 03:00am

I heard a man’s voice but ignored it at first, thinking it was coming from the TV. (I have this habit of turning the TV on without actually watching.)The voice went on again, this time it sounded like it was demanding a response. Then I realized it wasn’t coming from the TV. I checked my laptop; maybe I was logged on to Yo...

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BY JUAN FLORES

Supporting STEM initiatives

Friday, 29 May 2015 03:00am

What if we could take advantage of advances in science and technology to enhance our economic potential, address health concerns across all sectors of the community and improve living conditions for our island’s population? How can our K-12 public education system and our local institutions of higher education support worthw...

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BY SEN. MARY CAMACHO TORRES

A successful life

This week’s column is a snapshot of points made to the class that we can all...


BY PAM EASTLICK

Something for the ladies

Australian researchers at the Queensland University of Technology have conduct...


BY MICHAEL BEVACQUA

Preserving second language learning at UOG

This came in response to recently approved changes to the general education re...


BY EILEEN BENAVENTE-BLAS

Enjoying Tokyo

We arrived Saturday morning, left our bags with the front desk until the 3 p.m...


BY KYLE MANDAPAT

Summer reminders

We see all the graduations, all the vacations – it's summertime. I want to t...