(GCA) — All 16 new and old competitors who competed in the second virtual monthly qualifying Primary Grades Forensic Conference won in most of their events in the November competition. The 8 first placers are from Grace Christian Academy.
(JKPL) — To better serve the community during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Joeten-Kiyu Public Library continues to provide free Wi-Fi and access to virtual learning resources to the Saipan, Tinian, and Rota community.
(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.”
(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.
(MV) — What would a turkey say if it could talk?
(NMC) — Financial aid is available for new and ongoing students who are pursuing their college studies through Northern Marianas College.
(NMC) — Latte Built Gym is the latest company to sign on as a Northern Marianas College ProaPerks Partner, joining many other businesses and organizations.
(Commonwealth Utilities Corp.) — There will be power interruptions on Monday, Nov 30:
(SCC) — The Saipan Chamber of Commerce is soliciting its members for nominations for the 2020 Businessperson of the Year. The recipient will be announced and honored during the annual Business Person of the Year Gala on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2021.
(Press Release) — This week, the judiciary will have limited business hours due to the annual professional development and employee recognition series on Saipan, and the Thanksgiving holiday.
HAGÅTÑA (Press Release) — I Hagan Famalåo’an Guåhan Inc. continues to present “Mo'na: Finding Our Way,” a 10-part webinar series for women to examine, analyze and interpret historical roles of CHamoru women in the Marianas, sustainability practices, and health and indigenous healing practices within a humanities context.
(Stellar Marianas) — Eight lovely young women have decided to compete for the 2021 Miss Marianas crown and Stellar Marianas, the islands’ pageant and talent group hosted an Orientation Saturday morning at the Multi-Purpose Center to prepare them for a most extra ordinary journey.
(SCS) — Every month, Saipan Community School recognizes nine students, one per grade level, for outstanding character displayed at school.
(SCC) — The Saipan Chamber of Commerce has joined with the CNMI Department of Commerce and their partner LocalGov for a step-by-step, online session to explain how to file your CNMI BGRT, Hotel Occupancy Tax, and Bar Tax online.
(MCS) — In an effort to raise much-needed funds and spread the Christmas spirit, Mount Carmel School recently launched a new program called the Mount Carmel School Holiday Coupon Fundraiser.
(SCC) — The Saipan Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting chamber members into the SCC healthcare group plan with TakeCare Insurance Company Inc.
(SCC) — This holiday season, the Saipan Chamber of Commerce asks you to support our local businesses, artists, and vendors by making all your purchases locally during the “Buy in the CNMI” campaign.
(MV) — Christmas cheer and gifts or donations will be awarded to a family in need in Saipan this holiday season.
(Press Release) — November is National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo. Writers from around the globe tackle individual projects with the support and friendship of the largest online author group ever.
(MV) — Local entrepreneurs Shawn and Jaki Fujihira have a strong connection with Chamorro culture, so when they decided to launch their own fragrance business, keeping it local and true to their heritage was important to them.
THE paperback and Kindle editions of Saipan resident Ken Shankweiler’s “Happiness is a Choice: So Why Not Make It?” are now available on amazon.com
MAIA Pauline D. Reyes, a graduate of Grace Christian Academy on Saipan, is the author of a novel titled, “Daniel’s CD,” the Kindle version of which is now available on amazon.com
(Press Release) — A new reference grammar of Chamorro has just been published and is freely available to everyone through eScholarship, the open access platform of the University of California.
(Press Release) — Marianas Variety editor Zaldy Dandan’s first novel, “How I Learned What Really (Probably) Happened to Amelia Earhart,” is now available on amazon.com and at Bestseller at the MAC Building next to McDonald’s on Middle Road, Chalan Laulau, Saipan.