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A classroom at Alataua II Elementary School
After heavy rains flooded the Alataua II Elementary School campus, on Monday this week, Dr. Matagi-Tofiga, along with Public Works director Faleosina Voigt, DPW engineer Falavai Ta’ase and the school PTA president conducted a site visit of the school. As a result of that site visit, DPW was able to...
George Lemisio, Judith Liu, Isaiah Boton, Avery Maloata
A group of friends have been raising funds to buy supplies for the Veterinary Clinic. George Lemisio, Judith Liu, Isaiah Boton, Avery Maloata and Leonora Boton (not pictured) wanted to help with the current situation. Thank you so much and thank you for having that compassion towards animals. [...
Youth members of the Tafuna CCCAS
Youth members of the Tafuna CCCAS perform a skit during this past Sunday’s “Suicide Awareness” church service at CCCAS Kanana Fou, hosted by the Health Department bringing attention to this issue that is negatively impacting the lives of the young people in the territory. [photo: Leua Aiono Frost]
Dr. Rosevonne Pato (2nd left) and ASCC administrators celebrate with Dr. Kamo Koloi (center)
ASCC President Dr. Rosevonne Pato (2nd right) and ASCC administrators celebrate with Dr. Kamo Koloi (center) his recognition for 20 years of service at the American Samoa DOE, and now the college. Dr. Koloi, who joined the ASCC College Accelerated Preparatory Program faculty this semester, brings...
Young cild interacts on woman on a video chat.
Honolulu, HAWAII — Masks and social distancing are important to stopping the spread of COVID-19. But medical experts worry the precautions could be affecting babies' speech and social development, and are urging parents to think about what kind of interactions their infants get. Dr. Melinda...
THS Interact Club and Rotary sponsors
Last week close to 40 students at Tafuna High School were inducted into the Interact Club. Interact is a worldwide Rotary-sponsored youth organization, which teaches the concept of Rotary’s Motto, ‘Service Above Self’.  [courtesy photo]
Epifania Rapozo and her children
This undated photo, provided by Epifania Rapozo, center, shows her with her two children Malia, left, and Levi, right, on a hillside overlooking a scenic site on American Samoa's main island of Tutuila. Rapozo, a native of American Samoa, and her children, from Washington State have been stranded...
Preppers Peak Sun Kettle
Honolulu, HAWAII — The sun is always our best friend as proven in our past articles and Red Cross/first responder donations of our favorite LuminAid Packlite solar lantern.   Likewise, the Prepper Peak Sun Kettle can assure you off grid functionality any time natural disasters or infrastructure...
Three youngsters really enjoying themselves during the tug-of-war
These youngsters really enjoyed themselves during the tug-of-war event, one of the games hosted by the Marist Netball Club Pago during their family fun day at Lions Park on Monday, Columbus Day. The club has grandmothers, grandfathers, mothers and fathers playing with their sons, daughters and...
Woman with "get tested" sign for Breast Cancer Awarenss Month
OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH: Department of Health staff recently did a “pink wave” — to bring attention to the Breast Cancer Awareness Month of October. For any questions please call the Breast & Cervical Cancer Program at 699-2216. [photo: DoH]

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