FRUIT and vegetables that were on display at the Agricultural Fair Saturday have been donated to the Commonwealth Health Center and the manamko’ at the Office on Aging.
A PROFESSIONAL beautician became the first “Pinoy Super Gay Model” on Sunday night, besting 16 other candidates in a “very competitive” drag pageant held during the 2013 Pistang Pinoy or Filipino Fiesta.
U.S. District Court for the NMI Chief Judge Ramona V. Manglona has ordered the detention of a woman pending trial on charges of giving a false statement of material fact to officers and agents of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and aggravated identity theft.
TINIAN — A Japanese lady emerged as the winner in the first Blackjack Championship for the year held at the Tinian Dynasty Hotel & Casino over the weekend.
SUWASO Corp., which runs Coral Ocean Point, should comply with the 15-year lease-extension deal that the Legislature approved two years ago, Gov. Eloy S. Inos said.
JANICA Lizama and Tasha Dela Cruz are the top graduates of Kagman High School which held its commencement exercises yesterday at Marianas High School gym.
FORMER Sen. Luis “Angando” Palacios Crisostimo Jr. was regarded by many as “a good friend of the NMI people.”
ACCORDING to the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp.’s director of nursing Leticia Reyes there’s no getting around the need for an extension of the federal contract worker program.
Reyes advised the board of trustees at last Thursday’s meeting of the importance of non-local employees in staffing the hospital.
“It would be impossible to replace all non-residents by 2014 who make up 75 percent of CHC’s nursing staff,” she said.
Presently, the nursing staff of 166 includes 125 CWs.
Reyes reported progress in hiring but pointed out an adequate nursing staff would be 185 to 190.