Day 2 of missing teen Deondra Borja

Friday, 24 March 2017 Written by
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GFD Chief Joey San Nicolas says the primary concern is the danger of the Thousand Steps area of Pagat where the 18-year old JP Torres student was last seen.
Bill sponsors Senator Telena Cruz Nelson and Speaker BJ Cruz say cockfighting and bingo would be the exceptions. 
Anthony Quenga and David Manila were convicted of promoting prostitution in the Blue House prostitution ring.
Over nine pounds of ice was seized during a raid in this case.
The motion was taken under advisement.
“It is Women's History Month and we always want to showcase the ones who paved the way for us to come through. So, just by having this symposium and having these key leaders to come and speak shows how far we’ve come as a nation and as an org," shares Senior Chief of USS Frank Cable, Latoya Blaine.  
Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr., the Chairman of the Committee on Health spoke to the Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association yesterday on his upcoming health care plan "Para Todu.”
Winners will be awarded cash prizes.

Fresh Waves cleans up Tumon Bay on Sunday

Friday, 24 March 2017 Written by
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A free concert will be provided with some great performances, including Cecilio Rodriguez from the duo Cecilio & Kapono.
Only bingo or cockfighting would be permitted at the carnival, according to Sen. Telena Nelson's Bill 50.