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Woman reported missing is safe and on island

DEPARTMENT of Public Safety spokeswoman Jacqueline Rae Shepard on Thursday afternoon said the woman who was reported missing on Wednesday by her husband notified the police that she was safe and on island.

COTA completes fixed route bus stop assessment; construction underway

(Press Release) — Through close collaboration with the Department of Public Works and 3K Corporation, the contractor for this project, the Commonwealth Office of Transit Authority or COTA recently completed its site assessment for the 112 bus stops for Route 1A and 1B of its planned fixed route transportation system, with construction of concrete pads and the installation of bus stop signs currently underway.

Bunts-Anderson featured on Sunday’s ‘Your Humanities Half-Hour’

(Press Release) — This Sunday’s “Your Humanities Half-Hour” radio program will feature Dr. Kimberly-Bunts Anderson, an associate professor in language and humanities at Northern Marianas College.

Kilili’s work on Palau Compact pays off

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Office of the CNMI Congressional Delegate) — President Trump has signed the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act, including an extension of the Compact of Free Association with the Republic of Palau. U.S. Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan has been working for several years to get the fifteen-year extension enacted into law.

Latte Training Academy announces 2017 scholarship recipients

(Press Release) — The Latte Training Academy Inc. recently finalized the awards of nine former Public School System students for its Founders Scholarship Program.

Loved ones, colleagues remember Travis Coffman

HAGÅTÑA (The Guam Daily Post) — Longtime K-57 radio host and former news director at the Pacific News Center, Travis Coffman, has died.

Hocog signs 4 bills, vetoes 1

(Office of the Governor) — On Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, acting Gov. Victor B. Hocog signed into law:

88 same-sex marriages on Saipan so far this year

AS of November, the Saipan mayor’s office had officiated at 88 same-sex marriages in 2017, marriage coordinator Bobby Yamada said.