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Audit shows GovGuam general fund shortfall

LAST fiscal year, the government of Guam ended the...

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Office of Public Accountability laments loss of qualified personnel

THE Office of Public Accountability continues to l...

Chamorro Village merchants going back to business

Chamorro Village merchants going back to business

A REPORTED rate hike for their neighbors had Chamo...

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Weekend events canceled due to storm

DUE to the anticipated arrival of Tropical Storm C...

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Companies lose QCs, one still pending

EARLIER this year, Calvo Enterprises Inc. and Guam...

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    Prepare for Chan-hom

    As of Thursday evening the storm is forecast to pass very close to Guam on Saturday night after it has reached typhoon strength. Storms often do not behave as predicted under any conditions, and the presence of other w Read more...

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    Keep education as priority

    We are impressed that they manage resources well, generate funding from the federal government and respond to the needs of the community. Their open admissions policy means everyone has an opportunity for a tertiary ed Read more...

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    Step up anti-dumping efforts

    On April 20, District Court Chief Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood ordered the court-appointed solid waste receiver stop operating the transfer station. The decision was in response to the government of Guam’s request Read more...

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    Marine spokesman urges collaboration for all to benefit

    Although the consultant has only been under contract for two weeks, they concluded in an “initial review” that the 1,400-page draft EIS and 3,500 pages of appendices “did not conform with the basic principles of Read more...

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    New prison is huge waste of taxpayer funds

    Like me, I guess the senator is an electronic illiterate who lacks the skills to text, email or electronically research fishing guidelines. One can also conclude that his entire staff is likewise, forcing the illustrio Read more...

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    In support of Flores suggestion

    Flores offers a remarkable public school education reform idea for our current school system here in Guam. He calls for teachers to be advisors and student advocates as part of their paid-for teaching roles; what a gre Read more...

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    Prepare for Chan-hom

    As of Thursday evening the storm is forecast to pass very close to Guam on Saturday night after it has reached typhoon strength. Storms often do not behave as predicted under any conditions, and the presence of other w Read more...

  • No Image Available
    Keep education as priority

    We are impressed that they manage resources well, generate funding from the federal government and respond to the needs of the community. Their open admissions policy means everyone has an opportunity for a tertiary ed Read more...

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    Step up anti-dumping efforts

    On April 20, District Court Chief Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood ordered the court-appointed solid waste receiver stop operating the transfer station. The decision was in response to the government of Guam’s request Read more...

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    Marine spokesman urges collaboration for all to benefit

    Although the consultant has only been under contract for two weeks, they concluded in an “initial review” that the 1,400-page draft EIS and 3,500 pages of appendices “did not conform with the basic principles of Read more...

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    New prison is huge waste of taxpayer funds

    Like me, I guess the senator is an electronic illiterate who lacks the skills to text, email or electronically research fishing guidelines. One can also conclude that his entire staff is likewise, forcing the illustrio Read more...

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    In support of Flores suggestion

    Flores offers a remarkable public school education reform idea for our current school system here in Guam. He calls for teachers to be advisors and student advocates as part of their paid-for teaching roles; what a gre Read more...

Husslein to play for Guam at Pacific Games

Husslein to play for Guam at Pacific Games

(JH) – University of Redland’s student and Bulldog...

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2nd Annual GWCC golf tournament postponed

(GWCC) – Due to the recent storm update, the Guam ...

Playoffs heating up in GHRA basketball

Playoffs heating up in GHRA basketball

IT WAS a game of size vs. speed, with the AG’s off...

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Guam Taekwondo Center holds Flying Side Kick tournament

(GTC) – The flying kick is a specialized type of k...

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Chinese Taipei dominates Guam baseball

SAIPAN (GSPN) – Team Guam just wasn’t able to put ...

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Getting it Done
Dominic Taitague has been working at the Onward Beach Resort for six months as a pool attendant. He loves working with the guests, keeping them safe and enjoys the atmosphere. Photo by Matt Weiss / Variety

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The Guam trade delegation attended an economic symposium at the prestigious Asian Institute of Management in Makati, the Philippines’ premier business and financial district, where more than 400 business and government leaders from Guam, the Philippines and other Asian and European countries were in attendance.While in the P...

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BY JUAN FLORES

Supporting locally grown produce

Friday, 03 Jul 2015 03:00am

How can our community encourage more local production of fruits and vegetables? How can we change our practices to support the local produce industry over the purchase of produce from other parts of the world?When you visit grocery stores, observe the presence of roadside stands, and visit the night market and flea market stal...

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BY PAM EASTLICK

Sounds

But other native languages are also disappearing and a new study by British au...


BY SEN. MARY CAMACHO TORRES

The stories that matter

Sometimes the subjects tie into Guam’s history. Most of what I know about li...


BY MICHAEL BEVACQUA

Yo’amte

Even if you have never visited one yourself, you most likely know someone who ...


BY EILEEN BENAVENTE-BLAS

Home again, home again

Those seemingly endless hours on the flight were excruciating. I never feel re...


BY KYLE MANDAPAT

Swimming tips

Wow, summer is flying by and we are just about ready to get down to business h...