“This bill seeks to eliminate the stakeholder’s ability to have a say. This bill wants to eliminate that and let the petition go directly to the DOE board and I feel that this is wrong,” PATSO President Deanna Fournier said.

Yigo mayor expresses his opposition to Bill 70

Wednesday, 19 April 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
The issue of Bill 70 and the potential of turning Simon Sanchez High School into a charter school was discussed at this morning’s Mayors Council meeting.
An issue discussed in this morning’s Mayors Council meeting was Sen. Telena Nelson’s Bill 50, which seeks to ban casino gambling at the Liberation Day Carnival and other fairs on Guam.
With the return of Hansik at the Westin Resort, you can take a journey through Korea with award-winning Executive Chef Jae-Cheon Lee and his culinary team --only available for a limited time.  
Coffee with a Cop will be held at the Maite Mobil McDonald's on Thursday, April 20, from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Supreme Court Justice Robert J. Torres will be awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws at the graduation ceremony of Centro Escolar University Makati in Manila, Philippines on Thursday.
Guam Army National Guard 2nd Lieutenant Sheryl Padilla was initiated into the U.S. Army’s Infantry branch on April 11.
The man is now under the care of the Public Guardian Marcelene Santos.
With the THAAD in place, Homeland Security Adviser George Charfauros says a direct hit from North Korea is highly unlikely.
Senator Espaldon maintains that he and his former chief of staff's involvement in a controversial, multi-million dollar utility contract in the CNMI are “definitely overblown.”