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Thanks to sluggish Government of Guam procurement, the Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle is hard at work devastating the island's coconut trees. It could have been a different story, according to a local lawm...

A new law just signed by Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero clears the way for "games of chance" to help fund this summer’s celebration of the 75th Anniversary of Guam’s Liberation.

The intent of Public Law 35-4...

A long awaited legislative effort is underway in Washington, D.C. to include Guam as an area affected by radioactive fallout from American nuclear testing in the Pacific between 1946 and 1962. And it'...

Three contractors have recently been approved to bring 97 H-2B visa workers from the Philippines to Guam, while another was allowed to add a second project to their application and utilize their exist...

Freshman Republican Sen. James Moylan has one policy of former Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo that he wants to keep in force during the new administration at Adelup.

Moylan's Resolution 81-35 which would reque...

Two senators say Guam's cultural heritage, rather than the VA should make the rules

Guam Sens. Kelly Marsh-Taitano and Jose "Pedo" Terlaje have introduced Resolution No. 72-35 (COR), which strongly op...

Typhoons are usually bad news for tourism, when they strike or even come near to a tourist destination. Not this time.

Typhoon Wutip largely skirted Guam before turning into a Supertyphoon. But despite...

As with a number of other things, age and visual handicaps can take some of the fun out of playing a game that is extremely popular on Guam.

Sen. Jose "Pedo" Terlaje introduced Bill 64-35  which would...

Public hearings at the Guam legislature building in Hagatna sometimes serve to display raw emotions of those testifying on issue raised by legislation being considered. But for the most part these are...

Many indigenous people in places that became colonized, have complained that their history has been misrepresented by their colonizers, who wrote down accounts that are the basis for conventional hist...

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