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NMC Class of 2018 ‘biggest in history’

THE Class of 2018 holds the distinction of being the bi...

Governor: Delay in passage of workforce bill will impact people’s lives

GOVERNOR Ralph D.L.G. Torres has asked U.S. Congressman...

Zoning Board rejects new hospital’s rezoning request

THEE Saipan Zoning Board on Thursday rejected the rezon...

Saipan delegation passes bill to allow poker arcades in some residential areas

THE Saipan and Northern Islands Legislative Delegation ...

US, NMI flags lowered to half-staff

(Press Release) — Gov. Ralph D.L.G. Torres issued the f...

Wencai Guo sentenced for harboring illegal aliens

(Press Release) — Shawn N. Anderson, United States atto...

House panel approves land-lease-extension bill

THE House Committee on Natural Resources finally broke ...

Auto collision injures 5; motorist arrested for reckless driving, DUI

A DRUNK driver caused a vehicular accident that injured...

MV Luta owners, Hocog say investor should pay them costs, attorney’s fees

THE registered owners of MV Luta and Lt Gov. Victor Hoc...

NMC-CREES Open House on May 4

(NMC) — Northern Marianas College-Cooperative Research Extension and Education is inviting all stakeholders, honorable dignitaries and the general public to its Open House on Friday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the NMC campus in As Terlaje.

NMC-CREES is offering two workshops — Crop Improvement Program and EFNEP —  in Room D-1. Concurrently, the other programs will be featuring interactive displays and presentations on Aquaponics, Tilapia Hatchery, homemade pesticides, new ideas for Value Added Food, Fruit Carving, home sewn dresses, and much more.

The public is invited to view firsthand the day-to-day work of all CREES staff during this entertaining and educating event. After visiting the CREES Open House, attendees are encouraged to head over to the Charter Day festivities which begin at 4 p.m. at the NMC south field next to the gym.