Today is Chamorro Heritage Day, and a festival will be concluding the celebrations.
In the procurement battle for trash collection trucks, Morrico Equipment has responded to the Solid Waste Federal Receiver's opposition to their emergency motion for stay.
Tickets can be purchased at or at the door of Okkodo High School.

Torre could face up to 28 years in prison

Friday, 03 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
It's been a day since Mark Torre Jr. was found guilty of negligent homicide and aggravated assault. Now, families must wait for his sentencing.
“We are committed to completing our discussions as soon as possible so that we can all move forward one way or another," said Superintendent Jon Fernandez. 

Tourists stuck mid-air on slingshot ride

Friday, 03 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
An inspection was conducted, but initial reports indicate that a cable was jammed as the slingshot was being lowered.
DPW's Deputy Director Felix Benevente wrote that although they are "confident that CoreTech's written protest is without merit, we nonetheless have decided to include pricing as evaluation criteria.”
Bill 35, proposed by Senators Telena Cruz Nelson and Senator Michael San Nicolas, seeks to fund the SSHS renovation project with rejected furniture funds from the legislature. 
You can read Guam YTK's response to a recent superior court ruling to delay immediate payment of the $14 million award. 
Former Senator Bob Klitzkie filed the FOIA lawsuit against the Department of Land Management last year.