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Guam coasts to King-size victory over Okkodo

Education
September 24, 2016
AGANA HEIGHTS, Guam – Juan King Jr. continues putting up big games for Guam High football.
Four players were injured in the first half for Robert D. Edgren in its 23-0 loss on Saturday at Matthew C. Perry. The game was called with 4:23 left in the first half when the Eagles ran short of players. (Eric Martinez/Special to Stars and Stripes)
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Short-handed Edgren football forfeits for second straight week

Education
September 24, 2016
Short-handed, their ranks thinned by injuries in their last game, Robert D. Edgren football has forfeited its Friday contest at Yokota. And the future of the Eagles program, at...

Locating Scholarships and Financial Assistance for Military Students

Education
September 22, 2016
When you look at the mounting costs of college these days, you may wish your parents had started saving when you were an infant, or let you get a job in kindergarten (lemonade...

How to build a relationship with your child's school when you're in the military

Education
September 22, 2016
If you have pre K-12 children, you most likely want to feel a connection with your children's school.
Capt. Jeffrey Ward, commander of the USS Bonhomme Richard, registers for an absentee ballot with help from Lt. j.g. Jessica Vaeth, the ship's voting assistance officer, while transiting the East China Sea, in August 2016. Jeanette Mullinax/U.S. Navy
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Absentee vote deadlines approaching fast

Education
September 22, 2016
 Overseas military personnel wanting to vote in November’s presidential election should register or request absentee ballots now. The registration deadline for many states is Oct.

6 tips for teens going to college

Education
September 22, 2016
Explore your campus and get to know your area. Being in a new area can be disorienting and intimidating.