WAVE: Lou Leon Guerrero and her running mate, Josh Tenorio, wave to passing cars Nov. 7 in Hagåtña. The Leon Guerrero-Tenorio team raised and spent the most money during this year's election. David Castro/The Guam Daily Post
Bank of Guam interim President and CEO Joaquin Cook recently traveled to Saipan to meet with the bank’s Saipan team, see the aftermath of Supertyphoon Yutu, and donate $100,000 to benefit the community. Read more
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Numerous athletes made their way to Hoover Park in Piti to participate in the Guam Triathlon Federation’s Dual Distance event held on Sunday. The early morning competition consisted of a Super Sprint and a Sprint Series race, in which the latter served as a qualifier to determine the Guam Na…
The defending champs are making a statement. The Father Duenas Friars are currently unbeaten, a perfect 7-0, as the Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam High School Wrestling League hits the midway point of the season.
With blue skies and an even more azure-toned Hagåtña public pool creating a perfect environment for competition, 120 young swimmers competed in the Guam Swimming Federation Short Course Championship. Serving as a culmination of three months of hard work, local and military kids alike pushed …
Imagine what Guam must have looked like thousands of years ago. Before the island's native CHamoru population met colonizer after colonizer, which was followed by the mixing of family lines and the introduction of different plant and animal species.
Hafa adai! This weekend’s hike leads us down 1,000 steps to reach Guam’s eastern coastline, which is dotted with several island hikes showcasing the surrounding Pacific Ocean. Another great family and beginner’s hike, this one is definitely for the inner explorer.
From friends struggling with their careers, love and AIDS, and a mysterious soldier's haunting homecoming, to a Disney princess' match with destiny and fairy fun with lost lovers in an enchanted forest – a lot's happening in Guam's growing theater scene.
With months spent practicing her pitch, perfecting her voice and even giving up ice cream, St. John's School senior Nithya Narayanaswamy can rest before her upcoming performance at New York City's Carnegie Hall.