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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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(Press Release) — Following a recent disruption to wireless, internet and landline services caused by cable cuts in Kagman during road construction, IT&E reminds contractors, construction companies, government agencies and residents to call before digging for any type of construction or renovation.

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THE article on the Democrats and the rebirth of our two-party system reminded me of April 23rd 2019 when I wrote the first Epitaph signaling the death of our Democracy that has been resurrected thanks mostly to the former Independents who joined the Democrats putting the CNMI first over their personal intentions — KUDOS and THANKS!  I really knew after the 2018 elections that our Democracy was literally dead and that the very life of our Democracy depended upon the then Independents which is why I put so much public pressure on them for nearly two years to join the Democrat Party. I’m hopeful all of them can now understand why I was so persistent and will truly appreciate the fruits of my labor.

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

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MARIANAS Variety’s top story on Jan. 9, 1981 — the year’s first issue — was pretty grim:

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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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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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THE Northern Marianas Sports Association and the Guam National Olympic Committee are creating an all-sports event named the Marianas Cup,  NMSA president Jerry Tan and GNOC representative Joey Miranda III said Thursday last week, during the NMSA general membership meeting in the Taga Hall of Fiesta Resort and Spa Saipan.

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OPERATION Crank Christmas Dropped was launched Wednesday, Nov. 25, with mixed martial arts fighter Frank “The Crank” Camacho announcing his collaboration with All Star Sporting Goods and Karidat Social Services to spread the Christmas spirit amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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WHEN the CNMI first bid to host the Pacific Mini Games, 12 sports were supposed to highlighted, but the number was reduced to six after Super Typhoon Yutu devastated Saipan and Tinian in October 2018.

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

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(MCS) — Mount Carmel School announced that all current films in its award-winning “We Drank Our Tears” series will be screened this Thanksgiving weekend at the 10th Annual Guam International Film Festival, also known as GIFF.

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(JKPL) — The Joeten-Kiyu Public Library will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 26, in celebration of Thanksgiving, and on Friday, Nov. 27,  as per the governor’s memo dated Nov. 24,  “authorizing non-critical employees of the Commonwealth’s departments and agencies to take administrative leave at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2020 and for all of Friday, Nov. 27, 2020.”

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