Ua i ai nei le to’a 12 o Leoleo Nana a Amerika ua su’esu’ea au'ili'ili e le FBI ona o le fa’amatalaga ua fa’amaonia mai Colombia, sa fa’afiafiaina i latou e tama’ita’i i o latou potu i le faletali
Ua i’u le filifiliga sa alo atu i ai le Komiti, mo le tau sa'ilia lea o se 'au siva e fai ma sui o Amerika Samoa, i le fa'aaliga lona 11 o Tu ma Aganu'u a le Pasefika e faia i Solomona, ma ua fili
O le polokalama fa’apitoa e fa’alauiloa ma fa’ataua ai le taofia o le fa’asauaina o fanauiti, sa fa’atautaia lea e Vasega Level K3, K4, K5, Level 1 - 4 i le Iakina Academy ma sa faia le fa’ai’uga
A senior U.S. Coast Guard official, in town for the 2012 Flag Day celebrations, has informed Gov. Togiola Tulafono that the Coast Guard Academy has openings for students in the territory.
The outbreak of typhoid fever among inmates at Tafa’igata Prison has sparked the health sector into action. Ten prisoners were diagnosed with typhoid last week.
PLEA DEAL OFFERED TEACHER ACCUSED OF INAPPROPRIATE TOUCHING OF FEMALE STUDENT
“The secret of happiness? Enjoy the small pleasures.”
That is the way things are shaping up in Hooterville on this fine Sun-Shiny Morning.
Despite the administration building going up in smoke during her first year as Nu’uuli Vocational Technical High School (NVTHS) principal and the many challenges of preparing for accreditation dur
Adeaze’s Feagaigafou going all out on the mike, while Aaradhna and Logovi’i look on during their final number at the Tradewinds Hotel this past Thursday evening.
Removal of destructive invasive trees is an ongoing challenge for the U.S. Forest Service.