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The eight American Samoa students attending school off island who are home for the summer break, are among the 800 student-participants in the government sponsored Summer Youth Employment Program, which runs through Aug. 3. [photo: Leua Aiono Frost]
American Samoa is being represented for the second time in the Native Youth Community Adaptation and Leadership Congress being held this week in West Virginia. The team and their instructor Sabrina Suluai-Mahuka from Samoana High School includes: Morgan Ulu, Lessei Perelini, Maribett Malubay,...
Medical technicians from the U.S. posed Tuesday for a Samoa News photo at the Territorial Administration on Aging
Medical technicians posed Tuesday for a Samoa News photo at the Territorial Administration on Aging (TAOA) center in Pago Pago. The technicians are members of the US medical team on island this week conducting free two-day clinics at the TAOA center on Tuesday and yesterday (Wednesday) at the...
fireworks explode over the Hatch Shell during rehearsal for the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular in Boston
The U.S. is marking Independence Day with parades, fireworks and, for some, a renewed sense of pride in their 242-year-old nation. For others, a sense of a United States divided weighs heavy on its quintessential holiday. From New York to New Mexico, July Fourth events will celebrate what Americans...
Youth Summit leaders: Lt. Gov. Lemanu Palepoi Sialega Mauga, Fa’aea Malielegaoi Tulifau, Dr. Mafutaga Tagaloa-Tulifau and Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga
Lt. Gov. Lemanu Palepoi Sialega Mauga, Fa’aea Malielegaoi Tulifau, Dr. Mafutaga Tagaloa-Tulifau and Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga yesterday morning before the start of the Governor’s 2018 Youth Empowerment Summit at the Pago Pago Youth Center, where Tagaloa-Tulifau was the keynote speaker. Read details...
Bluesky's Future of American Samoa Scholarship Awards winners
[l-r] Bluesky Communications customer service manager, Sherry Sele; Bluesky Pacific Group chief executive officer Toleafoa Tiafau Douglas Creevey; South Pacific Academy graduate Monique Hollister; Pacific Horizons graduate Cher Nomura; and Bluesky human resources manager, Lisa Gebauer at the...
All across the country, groups came together on Saturday, June 30, in city parks and downtown squares. In major cities and tiny towns, marchers gathered across America, moved by accounts of children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border, in the latest act of mass resistance against...
School Lunch Program management and drivers, along with off island engineer and trainer, Dennis Fisher
School Lunch Program management and drivers in this group photo on Wednesday, along with off island engineer and trainer, Dennis Fisher, at the OMV Tafuna compound, where drivers underwent a refresher training course. Fisher is an authorized Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)...
The Katana from Polar Pro pictured with a young girl
Honolulu, HAWAII — Polar Pro is the company that tweaks your excellent DJI Drone into a magnificent cinematography magic wonder dream machine. Cool Stuff has raved in the past about Polar Pro’s ND (neutral density) filters/polarizers and in the future will brag about their gimble locks, monitor...
Computer instructor, Loring Fa'iivae (front-standing) of the Feleti Barstow Public Library on Tuesday during the start of the basic computer skills taught class for seniors
Computer instructor, Loring Fa'iivae (front-standing) of the Feleti Barstow Public Library on Tuesday during the start of the basic computer skills taught class for seniors from the Territorial Administration on Aging (TAOA). This class is for two weeks from 9am to 12noon and will give seniors a...

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