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FEMA opens 58 job positions for disaster recovery

THE Federal Emergency Management Agency has opened 58 j...

CUC: More damaged meters retrieved

AS of Nov. 15, the Commonwealth Utilities Corp had retr...

Fire guts Puerto Rico home

AN early morning fire damaged a semi-concrete residenti...

Rotary to distribute packed lunch to manamko’

THE Rotary Club of Saipan will again provide a Thanksgi...

Confirmation of 3 cannabis commission nominees postponed

THE confirmation of three appointees to the cannabis co...

Krise officially installed as UOG’s 11th president

MANGILAO (UOG) — Dr. Thomas W. Krise formally assumed h...

DOL Director Gil San Nicolas passes away

CNMI Department of Labor-Enforcement Division Director ...

Over 7,000 register for FEMA assistance

AS of Friday, over 7,300 CNMI residents have registered...

Samaritan’s Purse to distribute 300 generators to Tinian residents

SAMARITAN’S Purse will distribute 300 generators to res...

Variety Features

James Rayphand publishes first children’s book

James Rayphand publishes first children’s book

(Press Release) — James M. Rayphand hopes people (especially parents) can identi...

November is CNMI Scholarship Month

November is CNMI Scholarship Month

GOVERNOR Ralph D.L.G. Torres on Tuesday proclaimed November as CNMI Sc...

Relief goods for Yap ready for shipment

KOROR (Palau Horizon) — The Ministry of State has asked the national government to provide a vessel that would ship relief goods to Yap which was severely hit by typhoon Mitag last month.
According to State Minister Temmy Shmull, the ministry has to transport the relief goods before April 24 so that Yap’s state government could distribute them to other outlying areas devastated by the typhoon.
Aside from in-kind relief, Shmull said the ministry was able to generate around $2,000 in cash contributions.
“It is not much but it is going to be a big help for the people who were affected by the typhoon,” he said.