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Court Report

TOKEI SIUA JAILED IN DRUG CASE Chief Justice Michael Kruse sentenced Tokei Siua to 20 months in jail, as part of his five years probation sentence.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Samoa News

Op-Ed: Meet Bahrain's Best Friend...

Last year, as the government of Bahrain violently suppressed an Arab Spring protest movement, an unlikely champion of the small Gulf nation emerged on Capitol Hill in Washington: Democratic Rep. Eni Faleomavaega, the delegate from American Samoa.

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Samoa News

ASG office to stay open in Hawaii

In an unsurprising move, Gov. Lolo Matalasi Moliga is keeping open the American Samoa Government's office in Hawai'i and yesterday appointed Afimutasi Gus Hannemann as the new director.

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Samoa News

LBJ medical staff march on EOB...

A planned peaceful march at 9a.m. today comprising medical staff of the LBJ Medical Center did not go off as scheduled after new developments early this morning surfaced from the government.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Samoa News

Faipule question DOH reshuffling,...

In a letter sent to the new Department of Health director, Representatives Larry Sanitoa and Archie Taotasi Soliai are appealing for him to act quickly on the lack of any new development of the territory's Non-Communicable Disease Plan.

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ABC News

American Samoa Schools Reopen After Pink Eye Woes

Public schools in American Samoa fully reopened Monday after some 3,000 students and teachers contracted pink eye, an outbreak that prompted tourism officials to warn cruise passengers heading to the group of islands in the South Pacific.

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KHOU-TV Houston

American Samoa schools reopen after pink eye woes

Public schools in American Samoa have fully reopened 10 days after a pink eye outbreak affected some 3,000 students and teachers.

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The Winnipeg Free Press

American Samoa schools reopen after pink eye outbreak hits territory's students, teachers

Public schools in American Samoa have fully reopened 10 days after a pink eye outbreak affected some 3,000 students and teachers.

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Samoa News

Pacific Horizons joins girls...

The Pacific Horizons team - the Navigators - of the American Samoa High School Athletic Association girls basketball division, pictured here.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Samoa News

Cooking classes at DYWA end on a...

The "Cooking Training for Women," hosted by the Department of Youth and Women's Affairs and held at the old Election Office in Utulei, ended with a special ceremony held at the Department of Agriculture's Samoan Fale this past Monday.

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Samoa News

Court Report

Ioane Logovi'i is now facing first degree assault, in addition to a misdemeanor count of public peace disturbance.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

Samoa News

As American Samoa remembers...

Today American Samoa marks the third year anniversary of the disaster that claimed the lives of 34 people, causing millions of dollars in damage to homes and property.

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Samoa News

Ocean Swimming/Ocean Science Class...

The Ocean Swimming/Ocean Science class of Samoana High School is in its third year as part of the Department of Education curriculum at Samoana High School.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

Click Orlando

Food News, Recipes, Information and More from WKMG Local 6

Shortly after Kathleen Sebelius was tapped to carry out President Barack Obama's signature health care reform effort, the head of Health and Human Services found herself in the crosshairs of Republicans determined to repeal the law.

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KMIZ

From a minute to a mile: Learning to run

At 400 pounds I had little self-confidence. I measured my value not by my abilities but by the number of pounds on a scale.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Samoa News

ASCC selects Spring 2014 Presidential Merit Scholar

Accounting major Ms. Miranda Galo leads a tour of the ASCC campus for high school business club members.

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Slam X Hype

#ThrowbackThursday: We Think Iconic '80a 2s Italian Brand Lotto Is Ready For A Comeback

OG sneaker aficionados will remember Lotto , an Italian imprint that carved out a booming business in tennis shoes and soccer cleats back in the '80s and '90s.

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News Max

Samoa Pink Eye Closes All Schools, Infects 2,500 Students, Teachers

An outbreak of pink eye in American Samoa has prompted officials to close all public schools.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

Examiner.com

Massive Samoa pink eye outbreak hits thousands, forces school closures

The American Samoa pink eye outbreak has continued to get worse, and it's now so bad that most schools in the U.S. territory will remain closed for the rest of the week, with thousands of students and teachers affected by the eye infection, ABC News reported on April 9. The American Samoa pink eye outbreak now affects at least 2,400 students and ... (more)

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Samoa News

Fono in Review

FIRST FONO SESSION ENDS The First Regular Session of the 33rd Legislature ended yesterday and unless the governor calls for a special session, lawmakers won't return until the second Monday of July as required by law.

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