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(l-r) American Legion National Commander Dale Barnett; Hershel “Woody” Williams, Medal of Honor recipient; US Navy Petty Officer Second Class, Levetina King; and General Joseph F. Dunford, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff — pictured Tuesday during the American Legion’s Spirit of Service Award ceremony in Cincinnati. King, a native of American Samoa, received the Spirit of Service Award in “recognition of her extensive volunteer efforts.” [photo: Lucas Carter/The American Legion]
An American Samoan female sailor serving in Japan, where she organized and performed Pacific island culture dances to raise money for communities affected and still suffering from the devastating 2011 tsunami in Japan, is the US Navy’s 2016 recipient of The American Legion’s Spirit of Service Award...
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PFC Auva'a, shown here with brother Hawley Auva'a, partner Kenny Nobrega, and best friend Trina Ve'e Tuimalealiifano who travelled to South Carolina to be with her. Princess Auva'a as she is known here in American Samoa graduated Basic Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina Thursday August 25th....
Maj Wong Mageo
Captain Puletasi Wong-Mageo (in Army fatigues, in front of cake) has been promoted to Major in the US Army and the promotion ceremony was held Mar. 6 at the Emmanuel Baptist Church in Leone, presided over by Lt. Col. Clinton Seybold of the American Samoa US Army Reserve Installation Commander. In...
Fofo Tuitele joined the Marines in 1965
RIO RANCHO, N.M. — Fifty years after he joined the United States Marine Corps, a decorated veteran is now a United States citizen. Fofomaitulagi Tuitele, known to friends and family as Fofo, recently completed his naturalization requirements and took the oath of allegiance during a ceremony last...
O se va’aiga i le mae’a ai o le sauniga na fa’apa’ia ai le nofo a le tofa Lauti Fa’afetai ma le Tausi o Lolita Puletasi Lauti i le EFKAS i Vatia. L-R: Lolita Lauti, Faipule i le Konekeresi Aumua Amata, le tofa Lauti Fa’afetai, ma le fa’afeagaiga EFKAS i Vatia Afalupetoa Uta’i. [ata: foa’i]
O le faaiuga o le masina o Fepuari sa fa’apa’iaina ai le nofo a le Saufaiga le tofa Lauti Fa’afetai Lauti ma le tausi Lolita Puletasi Lauti i le laoa i Avalua i le malae i Laloulu, Vatia. O le susuga le Faife’au EFKAS Rev. Afalupetoa Utai sa ta’ita’ia le sauniga ia Fepuari 25 i le EFKAS-Vatia e fa’...
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Sheep Shawl
Visitors to Holton’s Town Square on Saturday, Oct. 11, will have the opportunity to view the process of turning alpaca fiber into an article of clothing — or from “Sheep to Shawl,” as the process is known.   Sarah DeVader of Sarah’s En­chanted Cottage on the west side of the Square is putting the “...
This year, business interest in the Upstate has the potential to exceed previous years. Year-to-date 53 companies have visitedthe Upstate area with project interests, according Clay Andrews, director of investor and public relations manager at Upstate S.C. Alliance. “I think Greer is sort of right...

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