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Falepuipui le ali’i pagota na maua ua toe oo mai i AS

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O le ali’i pagota mai Samoa lea na fa’asa e le fa’amasinoga ona toe oo mai i Amerika Samoa mo le 15 tausaga, talu mai le tausaga e 2006 lea na lau ai lana fa’asalaga, ina ua fa’amaonia moliaga mamafa e 3 o le toso tiene fa’asaga ia te ia, ua poloaina e le fa’amasinoga le taofia i le toese i Tafuna mo le 3 tausaga, o le umi lea sa totoe o lana fa’asalaga fa’a falepuipui na taofi e le fa’amasinoga.
 



Popole to’atele atunu’u i le saogalemu o i’a

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Na fa’aalia e ni isi o le mamalu lautele o le atunu’u o lo o alala i le itu i Sasa’e o le motu nei o Tutuila, aemaise lava ia i latou o lo o masani ona fagotaina i’a o le gataifale lo latou popolega ua i ai, ina ua fa’aalia i se ripoti a le Ofisa o le Puipuiga o le Gataifale ma le Vaomatua tama’i i’a na mamate i le amataga o le tausaga nei, lea ua fa’amaonia o ni siama po o virusi (virus) na mafua ai ona mamate nei i’a.
 



Hawaii Dem congressman Mark Takai dies

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Rep. Mark Takai has died.

Takai, a first-term Democrat from Hawaii, 49, had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He announced in May that he would not seek re-election.

His office released a statement saying that Takai died at home Wednesday surrounded by his family.

He was a longtime lieutenant colonel in the Hawaii Army National Guard and served on the Armed Services and Natural Resources committees.



Sauni Vaega Tausima’i e fa’amanatu atoaga 100 latou tautua

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O le vaiaso fou lea ua fa’atulaga e le Vaega o Tausima’i a Amerika Samoa e fa’amanatu aloaiaina ai le atoaga o le 100 tausaga, talu ona i ai la latou auaunaga i laufanua o Amerika Samoa.

 



Silia i le to’a 500 sui usufono fonotele EKFAS lenei tausaga

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E silia i le to’a 500 le aofa’i o sui usufono mai Pulega ma Aulotu eseese o lo o auai i le fonotaga e ta’ilua tausaga ma usuia a le Ekalesia Faapotopotoga Kerisiano i Amerika Samoa (EFKAS) i lenei tausaga, e pei ona usuia ai i lona laumua i Kanana Fou i le vaiaso mulimuli lenei.

 



Foa’i EMS Honolulu ta’avale 5 mo le EMS Am Samoa

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E 5 ta’avale Falema’i ua fuafua le Ofisa o le EMS i Honolulu e foa’i mai mo le Vaega a le EMS a Amerika Samoa, i lalo o se latou faiga pa’aga ua tele tausaga o fa’aauauina mai, e pei ona fa’amaonia mai e le Pulesili o le Vaega a le EMS a le atunu’u i le Samoa News, le afioga a Galumalemana Popo Avegalio.
 



Former governor of American Samoa passes away

Knoxville, TENNESSEE — Frank Barnett, the former governor of American Samoa and Knoxville native, was always looking for the next adventure, according to his obituary.

"Frank led an amazing life believing there was no excuse for being bored," it reads. "He traveled all 50 states, 5 U.S. territories and 47 foreign countries."

Mr. Barnett, 82, died on Friday.

A 1950 graduate of Knoxville High School, Mr. Barnett attended the University of Tennessee, served in the U.S. Marine Corps and graduated from UT's law school in 1959. During his time at UT, he was captain of the swim team.



Tatala aloaia Fonotaga tele lona 31 Ekalesia EFKAS

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O le taeao ananafi na tatala aloaia ai sauniga mo le Fonotaga Tele lona 31 a le Ekalesia EFKAS i lona laumua i Kanana Fou.
 



Daughter of Samoa promoted at U.S. Census Bureau

Wendy Palmer Button (right) was recently promoted to Operations Integration Manager for the Census Enterprise Data Collection and Processing (CEDCaP) Program at the US Census Bureau office in Suitland, Maryland.
 
Palmer Button served for more than 26 years in the federal government before joining the Census Bureau in 2006. She holds a Masters in both Business Analysis and Project Management from the George Washington University, Washington, DC.
 



Malolo le Fono Faitulafono mo le 3 vaiaso

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O le tuana’i ai o le vaiaso talu ona tatala aloaia galuega a le Fono Faitulafono mo le tauaofiaga mulimuli o lana nofoaiga lona 34 i le vaiaso na te’a nei, na aloaia ai loa le malologa e 3 vaiaso a maota e lua, ina ua pasia se i’ugafono e fa’amalolo ai galuega a le Fono Faitulafono.
 



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