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The Department of Revenue and Taxation is being evacuated following a bomb threat to the facility, according to Guam Homeland Security/Office of Civil Defense.

Gov. Eddie Calvo forwarded a bill to the legislature Sunday night seeking to use $1 million from the legislature to pay for $2 million in hospital debts, according to a release from the governor’s office.

Many café owners in the Hagåtña area have shown interest in leasing the Internet café space under construction at the Nieves M. Flores Memorial Library branch in Hagåtña, according to Joseph Artero Cameron, president of the Department of Chamorro Affairs.


We commend the Guam Memorial Hospital management advisory team for tackling the financial problems at the island’s public hospital. For decades, the hospital has been a fiscal sore spot for the government, which has never been adequately addressed.

We’ve talked about needing trust in our leaders and the need for a locally ratified law of the land, both core facets of a functioning government. Today we talk about something that is equally fundamental to effective operation of government: the fair enforcement of tax laws. Before we can e…

Saturday, Feb. 6, marked the beginning of the Guam International Reading Association’s (IRA) annual Read-A-Thon. During this time, students in grades two and below pledge to read for three hours per week while students in grades three and above pledge to read for six hours. They also solicit…


As the third week of high-school rugby action resumed Saturday at Okkodo High, the Southern Dolphins recovered from a tough start to put together back-to-back performances against Sanchez and Guam High. After being outclassed by the GW Geckos, the young Dolphins team bounced back, edging out…

It was a thrilling night of IIAAG boys basketball at the Phoenix Center Friday evening as two of the league's powerhouse teams went head to head. Despite an equally strong showing for both teams, the home-team FD Friars fended off a near comeback by the Okkodo Bulldogs to edge out the 53-49 win.

It's what every football fan loves to see. Two determined teams going at it toe to toe and giving it all they've got. For the IT&E Silver Raiders, that extra effort was just enough to get past the Micronesia Renewable Energy Hal’s Angels for the 2015-2016 Budweiser Football League Champi…

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