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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Escorted by Corrections Lt. Pius Pius Yaroitemal, Joseph A. Crisostomo walks past a bench where his former girlfriend Joanne Castro is sitting outside the courtroom of Superior Court Associate Judge Joseph N. Camacho yesterday. Castro testified for the government in the ongoing trial of Crisostomo for the kidnapping and murder of bartender Emerita Romero. (Ferdie de la Torre)

Matansa FC’s Maile Aldrich kicks the ball during their first meeting against Kanoa FC in the girls 15 division of the NMIFA youth league late last month at the Hopwood Junior High School Field. (ROSELYN B. MONROYO) Matansa Football Club hammered Kanoa FC, 4-0, last Saturday at the Hopwood Junior High School Field to complete an undefeated record in the girls U15 division of the 2014 NMIFA Spring Youth Football League.....full story

I usually do some mundane chore during my thinking time. From my second floor tenement dwelling that I now occupy 30 days ago after I moved out of the faculty room at Shenyang Aerospace University’s Friendship Villa, the chore takes the form of sweeping the steps and mopping the dirt off three floor landings, at least two times a week.....full story

April is National Poetry Month, a monthlong, national celebration of poetry established by the Academy of American Poets as a way to increase awareness and appreciation of poetry in the United States. To mark the occasion, Tinian English teacher Joseph Connolly submitted the following poems for publication:....full story

»Airline adds other new amenities

GUAM—Delta Air Lines introduced new sleep kits and several updated amenities for passengers seated in the Economy cabin on long-haul international flights, including Trans Pacific routes connecting Japan, China, Korea, Australia and mainland U.S., as well as Japan to Hawaii, Narita to Singapore, and Narita to Bangkok.....full story

Senate panel to bring Bridge Capital, agencies on $400K ‘liability’

For some 10 years now, the government has been paying $200,000 in annual lease for the former La Fiesta Mall in San Roque without generating any revenue from it. After failed attempts to offer the property to investors willing to develop the former mall, the Inos administration now wants to be get rid of this liability. ....full story

Castro says she is absolutely sure it’s Crisostomo’s voice in 911 call

The dramatic recording of the 911 call that murdered bartender Emerita “Emie” Romero made in the early morning hours of Feb. 5, 2012, was played twice yesterday in the ongoing jury trial in Superior Court of Joseph A. Crisostomo.....full story

Monday’s deadline draws near but as of yesterday, the government has yet to receive an application for an exclusive license to operate a casino on Saipan coupled with a $1 million nonrefundable application fee. Gov. Eloy S. Inos remains hopeful, though, and so does the casino bill’s main author, House floor leader Ralph Demapan (Cov-Saipan).....full story

Students of San Antonio Elementary School and Joeten Kiyu Public Library staff gather for a group photo in celebration of National Bookmobile Day on April 16. (Contributed Photo) The Joeten Kiyu Public Library celebrated National Bookmobile Day yesterday by going down to San Antonio Elementary School to honor one of their most active partners. SAES has been partnering with JKPL since 2011. ....full story


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