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Guam's events today (all Guam time) 10 a.m.: Softball, women vs...Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands Noon: Softball, men vs...Pohnpei Note: Softball and baseball teams may play multiple games. The Guam men's basketball team advanced to the
The Ralphy's Blue Jays and Yona Redhawks kicked off Budweiser Amateur Baseball League action Saturday afternoon at LeoPalace Resort. Blue Jays starter Brian Santos led the way at the plate and on the mound picking up the win and going 3-for-3 with
Guam's table tennis team to the Micro G...: Members of the Guam national table tennis team are out to prove they deserve respect, not just for themselves, but within the region as they prepare for the upcoming 8th Micronesian Games in Pohnpei.
And that goes for all of America, not just the 50 states and Washington D.C. Almost every American already knows that Puerto Rico, Guam, and the US Virgin Islands are US territories, but how many people know about Palmyra Atoll?
A measles outbreak in the Federated States of Micronesia has prompted Guam Public Health officials to warn local residents. Pregnant women, kids Pregnant women and young children are advised to avoid close contact with anyone who has a rash-like
The first lady of Chuuk State, in the Federated States of Micronesia, visited a group of Chuukese children housed at the Department of Youth Affairs on Saturday as part of a community outreach on Guam with other leaders of Chuuk. This is first lady
Written by Cameron Miculka Pacific Daily News Filed Under Joining in: Team Youth Micronesia took part in a demonstration along Marine Corps Drive in Dededo to raise awareness about ending violence. The government's public safety "strike force," which
In this era of congressional budget cuts, it's unlikely that the government of Guam will be paid hundreds of millions of dollars for hosting immigrants from the Micronesia region, a federal official said yesterday. And regional migrants provide
A 20-year-old Mormon missionary is dead after a fatal fall in Micronesia. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says Miller Edward Toa of Utah died on Thursday. Toa was nearly halfway through his two-year mission in the Guam area of
A 14-year-old girl who went missing last week is in the custody of the Guam Police Department...Donald Flickinger said at a press briefing that the girl, who had been reported as "beyond control," was safe, unharmed and with police. Flickinger said