THE paperback and Kindle editions of Saipan resident Ken Shankweiler’s “Happiness is a Choice: So Why Not Make It?” are now available on amazon.com
(Office of the Governor) — The “Wave for Recovery and Strength” event to recognize National Recovery Month will be held Friday, Sept. 25, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Atkins Kroll Toyota/Beach Road intersection.
(Press Release) — “Given the current state of global economic affairs, I hope that attorneys will avail of this training and embrace professional opportunities to assist debtor and/or creditor clients navigate through the financial upheaval caused by this pandemic,” said Chief Judge Ramona V. Manglona of the District Court for the Northern Mariana Islands.
(Press Release) — Johnston Applied Marine Sciences, in collaboration with Dr. Laurie Raymundo and the University of Guam Marine Laboratory, is recruiting a master’s student to start fall semester 2021.
MAIA Pauline D. Reyes, a graduate of Grace Christian Academy on Saipan, is the author of a novel titled, “Daniel’s CD,” the Kindle version of which is now available on amazon.com
(MCS) — Mount Carmel School’s 2020-2021 Student Council officers are ready to lead the new school year with ambitious goals and a commitment to serving their peers and the broader community.
(JKPL) — The Joeten-Kiyu Public Library is an essential provider of free books, ebooks, virtual learning resources, research databases, information, ideas, and education serving the CNMI for 29 years.
(Office of the Governor) — The Department of Public Works- Energy Division Office will be hosting its 2020 Tinian Energy-Efficient LED Lighting Promotional and Educational Awareness Campaign on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020, and if need be, to continue on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020.
(SCC) — The Saipan Chamber of Commerce is excited to launch its 2020 Scholarship Program! The chamber recognizes that the cost of post-secondary education is substantial, and with the additional barriers caused by the recent pandemic, it is important we continue to financially support the pursuit of higher education in our community.
(NMC) — A total of 18 students from Northern Marianas College have announced their intent to pursue student government positions as officers of the Associated Students of NMC or ASNMC.
(Press Release) — Senatorial candidates are invited to appear live on Marianas Agupa’s Facebook page starting this Saturday, between 10:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
(Press Release) — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will bring a virtual EEO workshop to Guam and CNMI.
(Press Release) — A new reference grammar of Chamorro has just been published and is freely available to everyone through eScholarship, the open access platform of the University of California.
(Press Release) — Marianas Agupa radio talk show is pleased to announce that all candidates running for public office will be given equal airtime regardless of party affiliation beginning on August 8, 2020 and ending on October 31 2020. Due to social distancing, radio appearance will be live but via telephone call only.
(Press Release) — Marianas Variety editor Zaldy Dandan’s first novel, “How I Learned What Really (Probably) Happened to Amelia Earhart,” is now available on amazon.com and at Bestseller at the MAC Building next to McDonald’s on Middle Road, Chalan Laulau, Saipan.