American Samoa Sprinter Isaac Silafau is done with his competition here at the 5th Asian indoor and Martial Arts Games in Ashgabat Turkmenistan.
Soldiers from the local US Army Reserve unit jogged from Avau to Utulei with the flag of the Special Olympics this past Monday, as organizers of the Special Olympics are preparing for the "Road to
Ua fautuaina e le afioga i le ali’i Senatoa mai Alataua, afioga Paepae Iosefo Faiai le Komesina o Leoleo, tofa Le’i Sonny Thompson, ina ia fa’atulaga ni polokalame a lona Ofisa e faia ai ni fa’asal
TALOSAGAINA FA’ATONUSILI O AOGA FAI FA’ALELEI FAIAOGA MAI SAMOA
Ua talosagaina e le afioga i le ali’i Senatoa ia Satele Galu Satele Sr., se ripoti mai le afioga le Kovana ia Lolo M.
Ua talosagaina e le sui fofoga fetalai o le maota o sui se iloiloga a le maota ma le Komesina o Leoleo, se’i fa’amanino ai le mataupu e fa’atatau i le fa’aaogaina o le tupe na maua mai i le ta’i $1
NOFOVAAVAAIA LE ALI’I PULENU’U MAI FALENIU MO LE 9 MASINA
The spectacular opening ceremony for the Ashgabat 2017 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games held September 17th, 2017. Team American Samoa is competing with More than 6,000 athletes from 65 delegations representing Asia and Oceania. This is the first year Oceania has been included in the games. [photos: Ashgabat 2017]
The Phillipines-based company looking to establish a multi-food processing plant in American Samoa, with an investment of more than $100 million, is moving forward on its own with phase 1 of the pr