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Friday, August 1, 2014-7:43:45P.M.

Last updateFri, 01 Aug 2014 12am

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Inos reiterates support for Kilili

Inos reiterates support for Kilili

GOVERNOR Eloy S. Inos yesterday joined U.S. Congressman...

Student volunteers clean up beaches

Student volunteers clean up beaches

TOURISM, as the only industry of the CNMI, should be pr...

17 complete hospitality certification program

17 complete hospitality certification program

GOVERNMENT officials and businesspersons lauded the 17 ...

Inos to ask Best Sunshine to invest in transportation

Inos to ask Best Sunshine to invest in transportation

GOVERNOR Eloy S. Inos said he will encourage casino lic...

House passes cigarette tax hike

House passes cigarette tax hike

THE House of Representatives yesterday passed a measure...

Inos wants casino on private land

Inos wants casino on private land

GOVERNOR Eloy S. Inos said yesterday the casino investo...

CNMI

NMC hosts free information session on Aug. 6

NMC hosts free information session on Aug. 6

(NMC) — Individuals interested in furthering their education and advan...

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CNMI canoe team brings home gold

CNMI canoe team brings home gold

PADDLING is not only against other teams, but against nature as well.

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Editorials: 2014-Aug-01

Editorials: 2014-Aug-01

Voters can still be heard

THE only way to resolve the Saipan casino c...

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Voter registration drive

Voter registration drive

I GUESS my love for CNMI will always inspire me to think how I can be ...

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House Republicans vote to sue Obama over healthcare law

House Republicans vote to sue Obama over healthcare law

WASHINGTON (Reuters) — The Republican-led U.S. House of Representative...

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Variety Features

Health in the CNMI: Facts about Ebola

Health in the CNMI: Facts about Ebola

EBOLA has recently claimed 670 lives in west Africa and is “only a pla...

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If you get stuck at the Saipan airport

If you get stuck at the Saipan airport

IF you have an hour or two to spare while waiting for your flight at t...

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Artist of the Week: Christian Miller

Artist of the Week: Christian Miller

What’s the history behind your dancing? What made you start?

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Relaxing with a pot of French Press

 Relaxing with a pot of French Press

THE latest addition to the coffee menu at the Coffee Room N106 is the ...

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Bank of Hawaii announces 2nd quarter 2014 financial results

Bank of Hawaii announces 2nd quarter 2014 financial results

HONOLULU (Press Release) — Bank of Hawaii Corp. has reported diluted e...

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A child-friendly destination

A child-friendly destination

LIKE their parents, children who are here as tourists have a lot of th...

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mCouple for 'spies' like us

mCouple for 'spies' like us

HERE’S an app to keep track of another person’s digital activities wit...

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Free compact fluorescent light bulbs

(DPW-Division of Energy) — This is to inform the general public that the CNMI Division of Energy-Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant office, in celebration of National Energy Action Month, will be distributing compact fluorescent light bulbs, or CFLs, to residential consumers on Saipan in an effort to continue promoting energy awareness throughout the community to educate consumers about the importance of energy-efficiency and conservation measures and to assist consumers reduce their homes energy consumption and cost.

Homeowners on Saipan may visit the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant office to receive four free CFL’s.

The office is located at the Springs Building, Gualo Rai north of the XO Market.

The distribution of free CFL’s is from Oct. 22, Monday, to Oct. 26, Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

To receive the free CFL giveaways, residential consumers must present their utilities billing stub/receipt, complete with their name and customer number — whether postpaid or prepaid.  Giveaways are limited to only one per household and while supplies last.

Should you have any questions or concerns, contact the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant office at 664-4487 or 664-4489.