Rebecca Elmore

With two separate deaths involving water related incidents, the superintendent is asking all students to exercise extra caution while they're out enjoying the rest of their spring break.
Superintendent Jon Fernandez says the sophomore passed away Tuesday evening during a community paddling event. 
Wednesday, 12 April 2017 18:08

Gov cannabis bill on pause

Much like its conditional opposition of the military buildup, Adelup says a Federal about-face has caused them to re-think moving forward with allowing residents 21 or older to possess and grow marijuana.
Chairman on Education, Senator Joe San Agustin suggested DOE’s FY18 Budget Request is lacking specifics needed to justify their nearly $324 million budget. 
Tuesday, 11 April 2017 10:18

Gov selects new Homeland Security Advisor

Governor Calvo has now tasked George Charfauros Jr. to take the helm of the Office of Civil Defense as the new Homeland Security Advisor.
The two public servants took turns trading barbs over the past few days, but the latest source of contention occurred last night when Senator San Nicolas responded once more to the governor's bill.
The Governor’s bill seeks to authorize GovGuam to issue a Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note or TRAN for what essentially is a yearly $75 million line of credit.
Jordan has been searching for a Danish man named Erik Hanson, whom she believes is her long-lost father.
With the support of four other lawmakers, Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. drafted Bill 70 which if passed into law, would not only re-build Simon Sanchez High School, but turn it into a charter school. 
"So, what we wanted to do with Bills 63, 64, and 65 is have the Governor of Guam begin reconciling whether or not there should be additional taxes paid to the territory and then make those claims via Section 30," San Nicolas shared.