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GEPA investigating storm runoff incident

Dusit Thani says it is committed to environment

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Calvo to Jewell: Guam needs China, Vietnam visa waiver

GOV. Eddie Calvo called on U.S. Secretary of the I...

Port running a ‘band-aid’ operation using old equipment

Port running a ‘band-aid’ operation using old equipment

PORT Authority of Guam General Manager Joanne Brow...

Public Utilities Commission approves loan for Guam port

Public Utilities Commission approves loan for Guam port

THE Public Utilities Commission approved three ite...

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Slight damage to KAL plane in landing incident

THERE were no injuries and no effect on other flig...

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    In support of Team Guam

    The Guam athletes will compete in the Olympic-format regional sports tournament as one of 28 teams comprising about 3,000 athletes from throughout the Pacific islands, mostly south of the equator.Sports in themselves a Read more...

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    Make Chamorro Village work

    The benefits of successful small businesses for the community and the local economy have been recounted many times. Money spent on Guam for goods and services sold by Guam-owned businesses will stay on Guam and circula 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...

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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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  • Letter to editor

  • Lifestyle & Entertainment

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    In support of Team Guam

    The Guam athletes will compete in the Olympic-format regional sports tournament as one of 28 teams comprising about 3,000 athletes from throughout the Pacific islands, mostly south of the equator.Sports in themselves a Read more...

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    Make Chamorro Village work

    The benefits of successful small businesses for the community and the local economy have been recounted many times. Money spent on Guam for goods and services sold by Guam-owned businesses will stay on Guam and circula Read more...

  • No Image Available
    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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    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...

Shooting: Guam’s first gold since 2007

Shooting: Guam’s first gold since 2007

(GSPN) – Guam has struck gold in the Pacific Games...

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Storm cuts short ASPAC Little League Tournament

SAIPAN (GSPN) – Tropical Storm Chan-hom and unplay...

2015 Pacific Games draws 3,000 athletes

2015 Pacific Games draws 3,000 athletes

PORT MORESBY (PACNEWS) – The Duke of York Prince A...

Guam triathletes to compete in PNG

Guam triathletes to compete in PNG

THE Guam Triathlon Federation sent six athletes, t...

Alumni volleyball: Harvest family grows

Alumni volleyball: Harvest family grows

HARVEST Christian Academy has had 27 classes walk ...

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Getting it Done
Fred Martin has been a facilities engineer for DFS for 11 years. He said he loves the challenge of the job. Photo by Matt Weiss / Variety

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Some psychologists even say that one of the main jobs parents have is to help their children discover their passions and their abilities, and to put them to use in making the world a better place. Parents do not need to have a great deal of money, or time to support their children’s interests. Below are some suggestions to h...

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BY SEN. MICHAEL F.Q. SAN NICOLAS

Weakness in the opportunities of young adults

Tuesday, 07 Jul 2015 03:00am

I am fortunate to have such bright, independent and goal-oriented young adults working on this very important topic. Through my daily interaction with them, these internships have allowed me a better glimpse of the life of today's younger generation. A couple of my interns intend to begin their college experience by attending ...

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BY GOV. EDDIE CALVO

Welcome Secretary Jewell

This week, Department of Interior Secretary Jewell is visiting our island. She...


BY PAUL ZERZAN

How Guam can become a banana-industry hero

The world needs fusarium wilt-resistant bananas and especially fusarium wilt-r...


BY JOYLYN MUNOZ

Will the new mortgage rules help or hurt buyers?

We are all too familiar with the financial crisis that started in 2009, which ...


BY ZALDY DANDAN

The fall

Here’s how it happened.In 1994, Lang Tenorio was sworn into office as the CN...


BY GERRY R. PARTIDO

Guam-Philippines business ties on the rise; India copies Guam soccer model

The Guam trade delegation attended an economic symposium at the prestigious As...