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Guam Hilton launches holiday train display

HAGÅTÑA (The Guam Daily Post) — As it does every year, the Hilton Guam Resort & Spa is spreading holiday cheer with its holiday train display.

New landlord wants Thai House to pay higher rent or vacate premises

THE new landlord of Thai House Restaurant wants it to pay a higher rent or vacate its current location.

Guam Memorial Hospital doctors call for hearing

HAGÅTÑA (The Guam Daily Post) — Some of the Guam Memorial Hospital’s doctors and volunteers are joining the governor’s public campaign to call for the Legislature to hold a public hearing on a $125 million borrowing for GMH and a far-reaching tax increase to pay for it.

Former SSHS student completes military training

A MEMBER of the Saipan Southern High School Class of 2015 has completed basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland.

On Guam, Korea arrivals up 17% in October; Japan arrivals plunge 38%

HAGÅTÑA (The Guam Daily Post) — Guam welcomed 113,526 visitors last month, the second-best month for visitor arrivals on record, according to a joint release from the Guam Visitors Bureau and the Office of the Governor.

Guam attorney: ‘Native Chamorro’ not a racial reference

HAGÅTÑA (The Guam Daily Post) — Michael Phillips, the attorney designated to defend the Chamorro Land Trust Commission in a federal lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice, is arguing that the term “native Chamorro” used in local law stems from a political relationship determined by the U.S. Congress, and isn’t racial in nature.

A Christmas Village to light up this Sunday

(Press Release) — First lady Diann Torres will be bringing back “A Christmas Village” scheduled to light up this coming Sunday, Nov. 26, at 6 p.m. in the courtyard of the Gov. Pedro P. Tenorio Multi-Purpose Center.

ABTC supports campaign against drunk, drugged, drowsy, and distracted driving

THE Alcohol Beverage Tobacco Control Division will inspect establishments that serve alcoholic beverages as part of the Department of Public Safety’s campaign against drunk, drugged, drowsy, and distracted driving, according to David Maratita, ABTC director.