A representative from the AS-EPA speaking to some of the kids who attended the Progressive Agriculture Community Safety Day for Children held yesterday at the ASCC gymnasium. The annual event is hosted by the American Samoa Community College (ASCC) Agriculture Community and Natural Resources (Land Grant Program), Agriculture Extension Service - Farm Safety Program, and sponsored internationally by various organizations. [photo: LF]
A young boy squares up against the only local female that showed up for the first session of the free wrestling clinics conducted by PRIMAL executive Alex Ramirez, in collaboration with the American Samoa Wrestling Association, and the Dept. of Youth and Women's Affairs. The clinics, which started yesterday and conclude tomorrow, are free of charge and open to the public. See story in sports for full details. [photo: Blue Chen-Fruean]
American Samoa's young football stars, the AYFS Matais, have arrived safely in San Diego, CA where they will be spending the next few weeks playing against other teams of their peers. Go get 'em boys. [photo: courtesy]
Heavy equipment and machinery belonging to contractor McConnell Dowell are in place at Taputimu, to carry out the Shoreline Protection and Road Repair Project in that area. According the information from the Department of Public Works, which is overseeing the job, the project aims to provide "permanent shoreline protection against future storms." The work consists of a section of crib wall on top...

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Heavy equipment and machinery belonging to contractor McConnell Dowell are in place at Taputimu, to carry out the Shoreline Protection and Road Repair Project in that area. According the information from the Department of Public Works, which is overseeing the job, the project aims to provide "...
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