The Guam Daily Post

12 23Wed10072015


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Cabras still inaccessible

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Generator facilities may remain closed for months

It may take two to three months before Guam Power Authority personnel are able to enter the damaged Cabras 3 and 4 power plant and determine the cause of the explosion and fire that shut down the plant’s generators on Aug. 31, leaving the island’s power grid vulnerable to load shedding.

Demolition of old DOA building begins

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Hagåtña revitalization efforts reached another milestone yesterday with a groundbreaking ceremony for the demolition of the old Department of Administration building near the Plaza de España.

GDOE considering changes to high school scheduling

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The reopening of J.P. Torres Alternative School as an alternative high school for struggling students has the Guam Department of Education re-examining the scheduling hours of high school students.

Guam Homeland Security: Most bomb threats stay threats

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In the last three years, the local Offices of Homeland Security and Civil Defense responded to 21 bomb threats in Guam of which only one resulted in the discovery of an “actual homemade device.”

UOG gets cancer research grant

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The University of Guam has received a grant award of $4.3 million to support its partnership with the University of Hawaii Cancer Center, according to a release from UOG.

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