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DPS Fire Bureau walk into the Congregational Christian Church of American Samoa in Amouli for a family-service yesterday morning for the late Capt. Mike Asiasiga Olive Tipoti,
In blue uniforms, firefighters  from the DPS Fire Bureau walk into the Congregational Christian Church of American Samoa in Amouli for a family-service yesterday morning for the late Capt. Mike Asiasiga Olive Tipoti, one of the two firefighters who died in late April this year when their fire truck...
Lauli’i Elementary Schoo 8th grade class outside Samoa News building
Accompanied by a few relatives and a teacher, are graduating students of the 8th grade from Lauli’i Elementary School — they posed for a photo in front of the Samoa News building yesterday afternoon.  Students quickly returned back to social distancing after the group photo. [photo: FS]
Patient at entrane to Queens hospital with nurse taking temp.
Honolulu, HAWAII — While discussions take place at ASG and by the Samoan public in social media and the online pages of the Samoa News about the probable border opening in July, how will the Territory handle the nitty gritty of minimizing those potentially carrying COVID-19? Cool Stuff will...
The 12 Manumalo Baptist Academy senior graduates
The twelve graduating seniors of Manumalo Baptist Academy during their graduation ceremony last Friday at the school campus in Malaeimi. See Samoa News editions last week for the full list of graduates from all Manumalo 2020 classes in the school’s paid advertisements. [photo: Leua Aiono Frost]
Samoa News photographer Barry Markowitz getting a hair cut
Honolulu, HAWAII — Like the territory, Hawaii is blessed with safety by isolation, but remains equally in great fear of limited resources due to that same isolation. Cool Stuff will continue to share Hawaii's experiences with you Coolios, so you understand preventative options to keep ahead of the...
Two smiling McDonald's servers
O nisi o tamaitai laufofoga fiafia e agava’a tele i le fa’afeiloa’iga o le mamalu lautele e asia le McDonalds i Tafuna ma ua la’ua fa’ailoa mai, “Ole pisi lea e i ai, ua le iloa ai se taimi e oo atu ai e siakia le faletupe se’i tala siaki.” [ata: Leua Aiono Frost]  
Mangroves in the Nuuuli pala
New Brunswick, NEW JERSEY — Mangroves play a vital role in capturing carbon from the atmosphere. Mangrove forests are tremendous assets in the fight to stem the climate crisis. They store more carbon than a rainforest of the same size. However, they are under threat from sea level rise. A new...
Some members of  K-5 Fatuoaiga Montessori School performing at their graduation ceremony
Some of the graduates of the K-5 class of Fatuoaiga Montessori School performing on stage at the Fatuoaiga campus during their graduation ceremony. Family, friends and supporters came out to support the youngsters. Congratulations to the graduates of 2020!  Just in time for gatherings of 150 or...
O le taimi ua usuia ai le fonotaga a matua o le fanau fa’au’u i lenei tausaga i le Laumua i Fagaitua. Ua taumafai ai ina ia faia se fa’aiuga i le tapenaga o le fa’au’uga o lenei tausaga.  [ata: foa’i]
 Pictured here is a smiling Toaiva Ueli with management staff, led by Starkist Samoa General Manager Jason Kim.
Twenty employees of Starkist Samoa celebrated in the months of March and April their years of service, ranging from 5, 10, 25 to 30 to even 35 years of service to the cannery. Pictured here is a smiling Toaiva Ueli, an employee with Starkist Samoa Production Department, posing with her certifi cate...

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