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(MV) — Individuals wishing to nominate a person or family for “A Christmas Surprise on Saipan” have through 11:59 p.m. on Nov. 30 to submit an essay.

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(MV) — Community businesses and individuals have contributed in a major way to help support a local family through “A Christmas Surprise on Saipan.” To date, more than $35,000 has been raised through monetary and in-kind sponsorship donations with sponsors still being sought.

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(Office of the Governor) — The CNMI Veterans Affairs Office under the Office of the Governor continues to provide services for CNMI veterans and their families during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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(Press Release) — BECQ has observed an increasing amount of trash and debris on remote beach sites and beaches located on the east side of the island.

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THE “problem” with basic economic truths is that they’re largely counter-intuitive. As the French economist Frédéric Bastiat (1801-1850) once said, “In the department of economy, an act, a habit, an institution, a law, gives birth not only to an effect, but to a series of effects.

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BASIC American Government dictates that the CNMI as a whole is “a state level government” and I can remember having to teach my students that “Saipan is technically a city that is the capital of the State of the CNMI” for Governing Purposes.

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FROM time to time, I come across a book that I think everyone should read.

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ON this special day, we embrace our diverse heritage and unite as one to give thanks to all those around us. Since the novel coronavirus, we have faced many great uncertainties, but our community has stayed united with strong a commitment to get through these difficult times. As a CNMI of caring and concerned people, we always share one common goal to build a peaceful community we call home. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we must remember to make that extra effort to help those in need and continue to encourage each other to remain positive and to hold our heads up high. The strength of our island comes from you, the people, and we are thankful for having a community of active and supportive citizens.

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HIGH public trust is important, much the same as those aspiring candidates aggressively campaigning for election.

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THE 2020 election results provide an excellent opportunity for high school and college teachers and instructors to assign meaningful term papers to students of not only history, but also journalism, political science, U.S. government, graphics arts and statistics.

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"VACCINATION causes a lot of behavioral problems, not the least of which is increased rage and aggression also anxiety. These behavioral changes are scientifically proven in both human and animals." — Dr. Patricia Jordan

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IT is hard to stay in shape during the holidays when there are countless gatherings and parties to attend, but here are some tips from Gold's Gym personal trainer Jerry Diaz that may help us maintain our fitness throughout the rest of the year.

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SAIPAN International School has taken the spotlight once again in the 2020-2021 Public School System/Northern Marianas Athletics All School Cross Country, this time  claiming first place in the middle school boys and girls categories on Saturday at the CPA Airport Field.

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THE Northern Marianas Badminton Association last week introduced badminton and AirBadminton to Saipan International School students.

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SAIPAN International School runners continue to hold their ground in the high school division of the 2020-2021 Public School System/Northern Marianas Athletics All School Cross Country as they claimed first place in the girls and boys categories on Saturday at the CPA Airport Field.

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(GCA) — All 16 new and old competitors who competed in the second virtual monthly qualifying Primary Grades Forensic Conference won in most of their events in the November competition. The 8 first placers are from Grace Christian Academy.

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(JKPL) — To better serve the community during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Joeten-Kiyu Public Library continues to provide free Wi-Fi and access to virtual learning resources to the Saipan, Tinian, and Rota community. 

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(MV) —  What would a turkey say if it could talk?

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