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GEC launches probe into pre-marked ballots

Result of recount shows no big difference

THE Guam ...

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Bus procurement hits another snag; Morrico files appeal

MORRICO Equipment LLC has filed an appeal with the...

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Superior Court sued over legality of search warrant

A DEFENDANT in a drug case sued the Superior Court...

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Bordallo discusses invasive species with feds

(OMZB) – Guam Delegate Madeleine Z. Bordallo met w...

Charter school funding bill heard, GACS reports clean audit

Charter school funding bill heard, GACS reports clean audit

THE Guam Charter School Council reported the Guaha...

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    Tackle strays

    The proposal presented to the Mayors’ Council of Guam on Wednesday suggested that $50,000 be spent to spay 1,000 female strays. The territorial veterinarian agreed with the plan. We are not veterinarians, nor do we h Read more...

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    Stiffen penalties for copper violations

    The bill is aimed at stamping out the market for stolen copper wire. Due to the rising price of copper, theft of it is becoming increasingly common. According to the Guam Police Department, there have been 56 reported Read more...

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    Imagining Guam

    The group “is the program that will bring the community together to envision what Guam will be in 50 years.” A 50-year vision is quite ambitious, but great things are only accomplished when ambitious goals are set. Read more...

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    We failed that baby

    John J. T. Castro may have been found not guilty in the murder trial of his then-girlfriend’s 23-month-old baby, but someone punched that tiny girl in her stomach so hard that it ruptured her intestine and killed her Read more...

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    Play cancellation unnecessary, unfair to students

    It should have been a night full of anticipation and nervous energy and bittersweet sensations, as the 57 actors and techies performed for the final time for their family, relatives, friends and the island public. This Read more...

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    Buying a new pair of jeans

    I’m not one that often writes letters to the editor for the sole reason that no matter how we express our own opinions, someone always seems to come out and antagonize the whole fundamental premise behind such expres Read more...

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    Tackle strays

    The proposal presented to the Mayors’ Council of Guam on Wednesday suggested that $50,000 be spent to spay 1,000 female strays. The territorial veterinarian agreed with the plan. We are not veterinarians, nor do we h Read more...

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    Stiffen penalties for copper violations

    The bill is aimed at stamping out the market for stolen copper wire. Due to the rising price of copper, theft of it is becoming increasingly common. According to the Guam Police Department, there have been 56 reported Read more...

  • No Image Available
    Imagining Guam

    The group “is the program that will bring the community together to envision what Guam will be in 50 years.” A 50-year vision is quite ambitious, but great things are only accomplished when ambitious goals are set. Read more...

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    We failed that baby

    John J. T. Castro may have been found not guilty in the murder trial of his then-girlfriend’s 23-month-old baby, but someone punched that tiny girl in her stomach so hard that it ruptured her intestine and killed her Read more...

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    Play cancellation unnecessary, unfair to students

    It should have been a night full of anticipation and nervous energy and bittersweet sensations, as the 57 actors and techies performed for the final time for their family, relatives, friends and the island public. This Read more...

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    Buying a new pair of jeans

    I’m not one that often writes letters to the editor for the sole reason that no matter how we express our own opinions, someone always seems to come out and antagonize the whole fundamental premise behind such expres Read more...

JFK Islanders lock down Academy Cougars

JFK Islanders lock down Academy Cougars

THE JFK Islanders girls’ basketball team proved ju...

Purebred Jiu-Jitsu Academy recognized by GovGuam

Purebred Jiu-Jitsu Academy recognized by GovGuam

AFTER turning out an impressive 22-medal outing in...

Guam’s top football talent to compete in Saipan exhibition

Guam’s top football talent to compete in Saipan exhibition

THIRTY-ONE of Guam’s top football talents will be ...

Friars, Islanders rough out a tie

Friars, Islanders rough out a tie

YOU could tell from the amount of fouls called dur...

GNOC gives U19 teams a big assist

GNOC gives U19 teams a big assist

GUAM’S national boys and girls U19 basketball team...

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44 years of pain removed
Joseph San Nicolas, a native to Guam and Army veteran, presented Lt. Andrew McDermott, a Family Practice Physician at U.S. Naval Hospital Guam, a handcrafted plaque to thank him for removing a metallic fragment from his abdomen that had been causing him extensive pain for more than 44 years. Contributed photo

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BY JOYLYN MUNOZ

Everything is negotiable!

Saturday, 22 Nov 2014 03:00am

This is true; this is real talk! You are ready to make that life-changing decision; you are ready to purchase a home. Do your research, make your inquiries, conduct the interviews, and decide on a real estate agent. Now, your agent stands by your side and you are confident in moving forward. By this time, you have visited your...

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BY GINA TABONARES-REILLY

Sleeping with your pets

Saturday, 22 Nov 2014 03:00am

Those were the days when Kahlua and Bailey were both 6-pound little puppies and seeing them tucked in our bed thrilled us. From that day, our Cal King became a much smaller bed as the two dogs occupy a good portion of it. Most of the time, the two furry babies would even beat us in bed before we hit the sack for the night. Our...

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BY GERRY R. PARTIDO

Post-election scenario

Aside from the original concerns aired by the Gutierrez-Gumataotao team, there...


BY MAR-VIC CAGURANGAN | VARIETY NEWS STAFF

A delicious metaphor

The phrase is commonly misinterpreted as a form existential angst that condemn...


BY PAM EASTLICK

Dinosaurs and ... chickens?

I'm sure you've seen the articles that say that many of the dinosaurs had feat...


BY PAUL ZERZAN

Freedom and milk in China

Yesterday I twisted off the lid to a carton of milk and I saw the pull-tab ins...


BY MICHAEL BEVACQUA

ChaNoWriMo: Hugua

It is a time when many young writers push themselves in their craft further th...




BY GOV. EDDIE CALVO

Join prayer for peace

Monday, 17 Nov 2014 03:00am

There’s a plaque on my desk that reminds me every day to look to the Lord for guidance in all I do as a governor, father, husband, son and brother.It’s a very simple wooden plaque. On it is etched one word: pray.I grew up in the Catholic faith and as a Christian I believe that when two or more of us get together in prayer,...

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BY GOV. EDDIE CALVO

Fulfilling a Chamorro dream

Monday, 30 Jun 2014 03:00am

In 1995, they started applying to live on the land our ancestors left us. Some people got land. Sadly, 8,600 Chamorro families are still waiting.For 20 years the dream of the late Sen. Paul Bordallo went unrealized. He created the Chamorro Land Trust Act. He took all the unused government land and placed it in trust for the Ch...

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BY GOV. EDDIE CALVO

Believe in Guam; express yourself; grow your talent

What strikes me the most, beyond our shared histories and cultures, is the tal...


BY GOV. EDDIE CALVO

Another successful school year

Spring is a time for growth, rebirth and graduations. On our little slice of h...


BY GOV. EDDIE CALVO

Grow with Guam

Kim Solomon, a teacher at George Washington High School, said, “A lot of peo...


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Guam is growing; grow with Guam

Thank you for this opportunity to speak with you today. The governor and I are...


BY GOV. EDDIE CALVO

Economic growth is for you

All around we feel the activity. We can see that Guam is busier. Look at the t...