CW4 Samitioata S. Roberts celebrating Flag Day 2019
CW4 Samitioata S. Roberts, son of Tafa'ifa Sinapao & Vaepa Uiagalelei Roberts (A'asu Fou & Aoloau) celebrates Flag Day in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. No matter where we find ourselves in the world, never forget our Samoan roots. This island where you were born, the village you grew up in, the Church you prayed in and all the schools you attended will always be ingrained in everything we do. There is Polynesian pride & island religious roots across the spectrum of the world, even at the end of the yellow brick road. Happy Flag Day American Samoa! [courtesy photo]
Katie Jewel Godinet with her artwork
Congresswoman Aumua Amata is delighted once again to announce the winners of the Malofie Congressional Art Competition. This year’s first-place contestant has the distinction of also being a previous winner as well. Congratulations to Katie Jewel Godinet from Samoana High School upon her first-place finish. She is the daughter of Katie Godinet of Pago Pago. Read story and learn who the other winners are in Monday’s issue. [courtesy photo]
Participants at the 7th Annual Fiafia Festival
The Mitamitaga o Samoa Polynesian Club at Washington State Univ. (#MOS) held their 7th Annual Fiafia Festival, Sunday, April 14, 2019 on The WSU campus. It was a spectacular show! The Fiafia festival was a showcase of the Samoan Art of Dancing along with performances of Polynesian dances from the Kingdom of Tonga, The islands of Fiji and Tahiti, and the Maori Haka of Aotearoa, New Zealand. The event was hosted by one of the organization’s advisors and by Arrianna Princess Auva'a, who was flown in by the MOS. [courtesy photo]
CW4 Samitioata S. Roberts celebrating Flag Day 2019
Katie Jewel Godinet with her artwork
Participants at the 7th Annual Fiafia Festival

Ads by Google Ads by Google
SHS art teacher Voloti Malietoa with Katie Godinet and her winning entry
Washington, D.C. —Congresswoman Aumua Amata is delighted once again to announce the winners of the Malofie Congressional Art Competition. This year’s first place contestant has the distinction of also being a previous winner. Congratulations to Katie Jewel Godinet from Samoana High School upon her first-place finish. She is the daughter of Katie Godinet of Pago Pago. The second-place winner is...

Latest News


  • O se va'aiga i le vasega o Leoleo ma le latou fa'auluuluga, Komesina o Leoleo, Le'i Sonny Thompson, lea ua toe manatu ia maua nisi e fa'aopoopo i le aufaigaluega,ina ia malupuipuia le atunu'u, ona tagatanu'u, i latou uma o galulue ma nonofo ai, ae maise pisnisi, aseta ma mea totino ma lona talafatai. [ata: Leua Aiono Frost]
    SUEGA TUSITUSI - MO I LATOU FIA AVEA MA LEOLEO   O i latou uma ua mae'a ona talsoaga ma pasia e le...
  • Ta'afano Joseph Tavale
    Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Marist St. Francis Elementary School announced last Thursday morning...

  • O le aumalaga na masi'i mai a le fa'auluuluga o le Faletupe a le PenFed Credit Union i Virginia Washington DC lea ua latou tu'u avanoa fo'i mo le afioga le Sui o Amerika Samoa i le Konekeresi mo sana fa'amalosi'au i le latou fa'amoemoe ina ia tautuaina tagata uma o Amerika Samoa i le lumana'i ele o toe mamao. Sa fonference Room i le afiafi o le aso Tofi. [ata: Leua Aiono Frost]
    PEN-FED CREDIT UNION - FALETUPE UA MANATU E FA'ATU IINEI   O le vaiaso ua te’a sa asiasi mai le ali...
SHS art teacher Voloti Malietoa with Katie Godinet and her winning entry
Washington, D.C. —Congresswoman Aumua Amata is delighted once again to announce the winners of the Malofie Congressional Art Competition. This year’s first place contestant has the distinction of also being a previous winner. Congratulations to Katie Jewel Godinet from Samoana High School upon her...
April 22, 2019

More Headlines

Opinions

Sports