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The first district accreditation approved by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges has been awarded to a United States territory. Guam Department of Education Superintendent Jon Fernandez announced yesterday that GDOE received unanimous approval from WASC members during the organiz…

Guam Department of Education Superintendent Jon Fernandez has received his third above-satisfactory evaluation from the Guam Education Board. The rating was delivered yesterday during a special board meeting at the superintendent’s conference room in Tiyan.

In a decade, Compact-impact cost estimations went from $33 million in fiscal 2005 to $148 million in fiscal 2015, according to the most recent unaudited Compact-impact report. Fiscal year 2015’s report was released Wednesday by the Bureau of Statistics and Plans.

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Michael W. Dotts, Esq. has written in plain and clear language what may be the most damning assessment of the CNMI government’s budget process (a.k.a. the annual three-shells-and-a-pea game).

It takes more than cheering to develop competitive sports programs. Key among the essential elements is access to adequate facilities. Baseball programs need baseball fields; basketball players need basketball courts; bowlers need bowling alleys; tennis players need tennis courts and swimmer…

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Guam Football Association coaches will be looking for the next group of girls to be selected for entry in the 2016 United Airlines GFA National Academy in girls’ division tryouts scheduled to begin Friday.

This Saturday, Lotus Surf Shop will hold a fun-filled day of surfing open to children, adults and families alike. The series of surf contests is based on having fun and competing with other kids and adults of similar ages. The Hafa Surf Series encourages community members to apply surf skill…

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LONDON — World leaders pledged more than $10 billion Thursday to help fund schools, shelter and jobs for refugees from Syria's civil war, money that British Prime Minister David Cameron said "will save lives, will give hope, will give people the chance of a future."

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