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Restoration of power, water almost complete

THE Guam Power Authority is winding down operation...

US Veterans Affairs, Bordallo respond to concerns of veterans

US Veterans Affairs, Bordallo respond to concerns of veterans

CONCERNS regarding the state of the Guam Community...

Senators to hold session today; 23 bills, resolutions on agenda

Senators to hold session today; 23 bills, resolutions on agenda

DURING its May session, the Guam Legislature will ...

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GDOE pleased with half-day schedule

GUAM Department of Education Superintendent Jon Fe...

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Rape suspect expected to appear in court tomorrow

A MAN accused of raping two teenage girls is expec...

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    Adequate veteran care is a national obligation

    The issue is not new, but it is no less unjust. When the nation was in need of young men and women to send into harm’s way, those who are, or were, service members responded despite the dangers. It is universally und Read more...

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    Treat education as an opportunity

    A day of school that is lost – for whatever reason – is lost opportunity for intellectual growth. While it can be difficult for students, especially the younger ones, to see past the day-to-day routine of lessons t Read more...

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    Thoughts for Memorial Day weekend

    While the policies that lead to war are open to debate, on Memorial Day we do not advocate for one policy or another, but we remember and honor those who lost their lives in wars they did not start, but in which their 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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    Do we ever learn from the past?

    I think, however, most of us probably wonder, in general, what we learn from history. It occurs to us to wonder why: for example, why we exist, and we ask ourselves why we do the things we do.The presidential candidate Read more...

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    Save Tumon from runoff project

    Well over a million visitors a year grace our island, largely because they want to bask on a pristine beach within a reasonable distance of home. Tumon Bay provides just such a destination, and is the focal point of a Read more...

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    Adequate veteran care is a national obligation

    The issue is not new, but it is no less unjust. When the nation was in need of young men and women to send into harm’s way, those who are, or were, service members responded despite the dangers. It is universally und Read more...

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    Treat education as an opportunity

    A day of school that is lost – for whatever reason – is lost opportunity for intellectual growth. While it can be difficult for students, especially the younger ones, to see past the day-to-day routine of lessons t Read more...

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    Thoughts for Memorial Day weekend

    While the policies that lead to war are open to debate, on Memorial Day we do not advocate for one policy or another, but we remember and honor those who lost their lives in wars they did not start, but in which their 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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    Do we ever learn from the past?

    I think, however, most of us probably wonder, in general, what we learn from history. It occurs to us to wonder why: for example, why we exist, and we ask ourselves why we do the things we do.The presidential candidate Read more...

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    Save Tumon from runoff project

    Well over a million visitors a year grace our island, largely because they want to bask on a pristine beach within a reasonable distance of home. Tumon Bay provides just such a destination, and is the focal point of a Read more...

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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...

GUNG 2015 TAG Cup Golf Tournament next Saturday

GUNG 2015 TAG Cup Golf Tournament next Saturday

(GUNG) – The 2015 Guam National Guard Adjutant Gen...

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25th Annual Cocos Crossing this weekend

(MAC) – The Manukai Athletic Club and the Manhoben...

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Memorial Day Commemoration
Guam Delegate Madeleine Bordallo takes part in a wreath-laying ceremony honoring members of the U.S. military killed in service to their country during the 2015 Memorial Day Commemoration tribute yesterday at the Guam Veterans Cemetery in Piti. Photo by Matt Weiss / Variety

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Elected officials often anticipate when new borrowing can be done because the large amount of money the government borrows can be used for capital improvement projects or other obligations. The access to these large sums of money creates opportunities for our island. However, we must remember it is the taxpayer who pays for th...

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BY ELIZABETH HAMILTON

Get a tutor for your child

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 03:00am

You may still be able to enroll them in a summer school program, or you can hire a private tutor or enroll them in a learning center. If poor attendance and unaddressed hearing and vision difficulties were ruled out as contributing factors, parents could look to tutors for help. Since not all tutors are created equal, and indi...

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BY GOV. EDDIE CALVO

Recovering from the typhoon

We’ve been blessed. First, we haven’t had a typhoon in more than a decade....


BY PAUL ZERZAN

Don Quixote and Viking myths

Stronger and stronger dosages are needed for the addict to achieve fleeting sa...


BY JOYLYN MUNOZ

Home safety: Invest in your investment

However, along with owning a home comes all the responsibility as well. Owning...


BY ZALDY DANDAN

Asia-Pacific perils

Then he identified the goals they shared: Reduce danger of confrontation an...


BY GERRY R. PARTIDO

Wake-up call for Guam

And why not? Most offices were closed last Friday and people were expecting th...