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Young Beatrice Perez Emsley. (Photo courtesy of Guampedia Foundation)

The influential voice of Beatrice Perez Emsley

Beatrice Perez Emsley (1929-1995) is best remembered as a survivor of the Japanese Occupation on Guam during World War II, and subsequently, as...
Agueda Johnston, far right, is shown here with George Tweed after World War II. She was in contact with Tweed during the Japanese occupation while he was hiding from the Japanese. Photo by Johnston Family Collection/Micronesian Area Research Center (MARC)

The Americans Guam kept liberated

George R. Tweed (1902 – 1989) – was an American Navy man who was able to escape capture from the Japanese during their occupation of Guam in...

Pet of the week: River

I’m a pretty 6 month old girl looking for a super happy home! I like taking cat naps and relaxing in the sun. Come visit me today.

Call G.A...

Serving Guåhan: A Research Symposium at Guam Museum July 27

The Senator Antonio M. Palomo Guam Museum and Chamorro Educational Facility proudly invites you to the UCLA Guam Travel Study Program’s Research...

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Boonie Stomps: July 21 & 28

Every Saturday, Guam Boonie Stompers offers public hikes to a variety of destinations such as beaches, snorkeling sites, waterfalls, mountains,...
The collision-damaged USS Fitzgerald sits in dry dock at Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, July 13, 2017. Leonard Adams/U.S. Navy

Fitzgerald, McCain collisions: Are the right people being held to account?

An unlikely speaker took the podium last month at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory in Maryland to honor the life of one of the 17 sailors killed...

Marine Sgt. Matt DeMaio is pictured during a 2010 deployment to Mozambique, where he had the idea to make Condition One nutrition bars.  COURTESY OF MATT DEMAIO

Marine veteran’s meal-replacement bars take aim at MREs

A health-conscious Marine veteran has channeled a longtime dissatisfaction with MREs into a full-time job making meal-replacement bars.

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Letters were sent this month by the IRS notifying 130,062 veterans that the federal agency might have improperly collected taxes on their lump sum disability severance pay issued between 1991 and 2016. The National Veterans Legal Services Program estimates some veterans are owed more than $10,000.  STARS AND STRIPES

Pentagon sending letters to more than 130,000 owed tax refund on disability pay

WASHINGTON — The Defense Department has identified more than 130,000 veterans released from military service following injuries who may be owed...

Cook Like a Chamorro: Tiao Kelaguen

Cooked without heat, kelaguen is a signature dish of Chamorro cuisine that uses a combination of lemon juice, salt, and hot peppers to “cook”...

Brendan McCord, the head of machine learning at Defense Innovation Unit Experimental, discusses artificial intelligence and how it can transform the Defense Department during a Defense Innovation Board meeting at DIUx headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., July 11, 2018. (DoD photo)

‘Exciting, Crucial’ Time in AI Development, Official Tells Innovation Board

WASHINGTON -- Artificial intelligence is a strategic priority for the Defense Department that could transform the way the department operates, the...

Medically assisted treatment for opioid use can break the cycle of addiction.

There is hope

The United States is in the middle of an opioid overdose epidemic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which calculates...

Matson celebrates five years of Caring for Guam’s Land

HAGÅTÑA, GUAM (July 13, 2018) – The Adahi I Tano’ program, a Matson, Inc. (NYSE: MATX) “green” program exclusive to Guam, announced its...

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