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Fia iloa fa’amasino tagata na avea ‘ava malosi fanau talavou

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O se tasi o mataupu na saunoa i ai le afioga i le ali’i fa’amasino ia John Ward II i le taeao ananafi, ina ua tula’i i luma o le fa’amasinoga se ali’i talavou e 15 tausaga le matua, ona o tu’uaiga i lona ‘ona ma fai uiga fa’atupu vevesi i totonu o lona nu’u, i le fia iloa lea o le tagata sa ia fa’atau atu i lenei ali’i talavou ‘ava malosi na mafua ai ona ‘ona o ia.
 



Bankruptcy of a partner will not affect Tausani Airlines

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The Chapter 11 bankruptcy filed by Freedom Air in Guam has nothing to do with Tausani Airlines, and while they are partners, it will not affect Tausani Air, says Tausani Airlines President Filifa’atali Mike Fuiava. Last week Port Director Taimalelagi Dr Claire Tuia Poumele confirmed that the government’s owned plane Segaula that was taken back from Inter Island Airways is now leased to Tausani Airlines.
 



Local man charged after alleged HA disturbance

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The Hawaiian Air flight last Friday night almost made a turn back to Hawai’i, when one of their passengers, Duke Ueli Viena of Pago Pago allegedly acted disorderly on the airplane, swearing at the flight attendants, and using racial remarks, enroute to American Samoa.
 



Fa’atonu Loia Sili lana ia lava su’esu’ega fa’apitoa

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Ua fa’amaonia mai e le afioga i le Loia Sili a le malo ia Talauega Eleasalo Ale lona fa’atonuina o se su’esu’ega fa’apitoa a lona Ofisa, fa’asaga i le mataupu lea na tula’i mai i le fale kalapu o le Evalani i le masina o Oketopa na te’a nei, lea sa tu’uaia ai ni ali’i leoleo se to’alua i lo la faia o ni gaioiga e saveu ai le nonofo filemu o tagata sa i ai i le nofoaga, e aofia ai ma le fa’aleagaina ai o ni vaega o le fale.
 



Mariota makes history: first Samoan to win Heisman

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History was made this past Saturday when 21-year-old Marcus Mariota became the first Samoan to win the coveted Heisman Trophy, which is awarded every year to the most outstanding player in US college football whose performance best exhibits the pursuit of excellence with integrity.

 

The winner of the Heisman is selected by votes that are cast by sports journalists, previous Heisman Trophy winners, and fans.

 



Man arrested when HA Friday night flight landed

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A local resident, who was alleged to be intoxicated while on board the Hawaiian Airlines flight from Honolulu last Friday night, was arrested upon arrival in Pago Pago and taken into custody. This case is being looked into by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
 
Some passengers told Samoa News that the male passenger in his 60s was allegedly acting disorderly, calling flight attendants by certain unfavorable names, and appeared to be intoxicated.
 



Sauni ni isi aufai fa’atoaga tu’u atu latou talosaga i le ASPA i le siitaga o tautua

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Ua fa’alauiloa e ni isi o le aufai fa’atoaga a le atunu’u lo latou sauni e tu’uina atu sa latou talosaga tu’u fa’atasi i le Pulega o le Eletise ma le Suavai a Amerika Samoa (ASPA), mo se avanoa e toe silasila ai i a latou si’itaga o tautua e pei ona fa’alauiloa mai i se taimi ua mavae.
 



"Pooch" says football trophy will remain at Faga'itua

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Faga'itua High School’s football head coach and vice principal Suaese "Pooch" Taase has informed the officials of the American Samoa High School Athletics Association (ASHSAA) that the 2014 football championship trophy the Vikings won over two weeks ago will never leave the Faga'itua HS campus.
 



School accident leaves boy partially blind

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Parents of students attending the South Pacific International Christian Center (SPICC) School in Fatumafuti have expressed concern for the safety of their children, after a classroom accident resulted in an 8-year-old boy having to be referred to the Kapiolani Children’s Hospital in Hawaii for further medical treatment.
 



Marcus Mariota top contender for Heisman

On ESPN 8 PM eastern time
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American Samoa is once again in the spotlight in the world of football. This time, it has nothing to do with the National Football League (NFL) but instead, the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA).
 



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