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Former chief prosecutor becomes new consumer counsel

(Office of the Attorney General) — After having served the past two years as chief prosecutor for the criminal division, Michele Harris has recently been appointed by Attorney General Manibusan to serve as consumer counsel for the Office of the AG.

Daniel Deleon Guerrero lends a helping hand through music

CHAMORRO singer Daniel Deleon Guerrero returned to Saipan to help in the recovery efforts through his music.

Motheread/Fatheread program conducts training at Kagman Elementary School

MOTHEREAD/Fatheread program participants who will complete the eight-cycle class at Kagman Elementary School will receive an electronic gadget, according to program assistant coordinator Beth Demapan.

Fitness program on Saturday

IN collaboration with the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp.-Division of Public Health, the Saipan Alliance Lions Club will host a fitness program on Saturday, Jan. 19, at the Marianas Business Plaza, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Legion of Mary to hold hospitality program in Tanapag this Sunday

THE Legion of Mary will hold its third hospitality program this Sunday, Jan. 20, at the Santa Remedios Church in Tanapag.

Tinian council members to focus on recovery efforts

TINIAN — The newly sworn in municipal council members vowed to continue working for the quick recovery of Tinian which was devastated by Typhoon Yutu in October.

Saipan mayor: Thank you Guam, military

SAIPAN Mayor David M. Apatang expressed his utmost appreciation to Guam and the military for providing crucial assistance to Saipan and its people in the wake of Typhoon Yutu.

Retiree: Let’s be thankful to banks

JUAN “Bobo” Muna Cabrera, a retiree, is reminding everyone on island to thank the banks that helped them after Super Typhoon Yutu battered Saipan in October.

Retired judge calls for constitutional convention

RETIRED Judge Juan T. Lizama said a constitutional convention can resolve the legal questions regarding the vacancy in the 21st House of Representatives following the death of Rep. Frank S. Dela Cruz.

Bill to protect casino from financial fraud now law

A BILL that aims to protect the casino from financial fraud or misuse of financial instruments was signed into law by then-acting Gov. Victor B. Hocog on Jan. 7, 2019.