HAFA Adai and Tirow People of Saipan!
HAGÅTÑA— Do you have to be as ancient as me to warm to those memories of the old family gatherings?
HAGÅTÑA—I have found that around here, and probably everywhere else, people divide into two very distinct groups this time of the year: those who mourn the passing of summer, and those who dance as it bids adieu. I, myself, have never shed a single tear during these days.
ELECTION Politics bring out the best and the worse in our politicians but if you don’t really pay-attention and stop & think about the politics they are promoting you can really be fooled.
HAGÅTÑA — If everybody you met was asked to give you a rating from 1-10, 10 being best, how do you think you’d score?
HAGÅTÑA — There is overwhelming evidence from over 30 years of research that students whose parents are actively involved in their learning perform better academically. Furthermore, they have better attendance rates, more positive attitudes toward school and fewer discipline problems, higher graduation rates and greater enrollment in college, and become more responsible adults.
HAGÅTÑA — Where do we as individual citizens (taxpayers and voters) draw the line between what an elected government believes is best for our health and safety? Where do we, as individuals, say the government has crossed the line by overly restricting our freedoms?
HAGÅTÑA — The word for the rest of my 2020 is “downsizing.”
WHAT is the Quad?
HAGÅTÑA — It has been said that “our last mistake is our best teacher.”
HERE’S how a Marianas Variety special report described the Northern Islands in Sept. 1976:
HAGÅTÑA — The tradition of combining two words into one to describe a merged concept is called portmanteau.
HAGÅTÑA (The Guam Daily Post) — "Mom, do you think God created Covid so families could spend more time together?"