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Semo Afalava with his science fair project
Siliaga Elementary School 1st grader, Semo Afalava with his teacher in front of his science project on climate change and global warming — “U Make Me Sick”, yesterday during the first day of the Territorial Science Fair for elementary school students at the Lee Auditorium. Yesterday and today is...
Marine Science students underwater examining reef
O le agava’a o le fanau a’oga o lo’o tau’avea mataupu tau Marine Science i le tatou Kolisi Tuufa’atasi, e ao fo’i ina iloa lelei fa’aaoga mea maulu ina ia latou mafaia ona fa’atino suesuega o meaola uma i le alititai o le tatou gataifale. Tala tusia i le lomiga aso Lua.  [ata: foa’i]
Police and former inmates
Surrounded by DPS Police Officers were the four of the seven inmates that departed for Samoa last Thursday via Lady Naomi after serving their detention at the Territorial Correctional Facility (TCF). [photo: AF]
One of the Little League teams
Almost 300 children ages of 4 -12 registered to play in American Samoa’s first 2021 Little League season for a fun filled two months of co-ed baseball games at Tony Solaita Memorial Baseball Fields. They would like to thank the governor and other ASG officials as well as the amazing individuals who...
Woman getting a vaccination
Pacific people are no strangers to hardship. Living on the frontlines of the climate crisis, thousands of miles from most places, its accepted daily that life is a struggle. Most Pacific Islanders have had to rebuild their lives multiple times whether it be from cyclones, flooding, conflict,...
Two students dressed as lions
O se tasi o vaega lautogia o le tauvaga a tausala ma manaia mo le tausaga 2021-22 a le aoga maualuga o Matata Eseese i le atunuu, sa va’aia ai ituaiga pusi fe’ai fa’apenei. O se tasi lea o paga tauva ma sa matua fe’ei fo’i le mamalu o e na maimoa, aua ua amata ona vaovaogata mai le Liona, o le pusi...
Vehicles streaming out of Port of Pago Pago after tsunami warning issued
Traffic were stopped from entering the Port of Pago Pago and those inside were leaving around 8:40a.m today after a tsunami warning was issued for American Samoa after an 8.1 magnatude earthquake struck near New Zealand. The all clear was issued a few hours later. [photo: FS]
ASG tugboat, Sailele on the slipway
SHIPYARD BACK IN SERVICE: ASG Shipyard Service Authority’s chief executive officer, Carlos Sanchez (far right, with hat) on Tuesday, at the shipyard, when it came back into operation with the ASG tugboat, Sailele, taken up the slipway for repairs and service. The government owned Ronald Reagan...
Miss & Mr Tafuna High School
Miss & Mr Tafuna High School lea sa vala’aulia ma sa oo ane ma le meaalofa tupe ina ia auai fo’i i le sailiga o se tausala ma le manaia a le a’oga Maualuga a Nuuuli Voctech i le aso Tofi na te’a nei, Sa iai se taimi na sausaunoa fa’apitoa uma ai le au vala’aulia mai isi aoga nei. [ata: Leua...
RCPP's President Frank Barron and some of the Past Presidents (Joe Yandall, Joe Weilenman, Taulapapa Will Sword, John Raynar, Peter Crispin) together with some local Fijian friends at Sadie’s by the Sea.
Last week, the Rotary Club of Pago Pago donated $5000 to the Rotary Club in Fiji for their Cyclone Relief Funds. The funds were received by Area Governor Vineeta Nand who will distribute to the Rotary Clubs in Fiji that are continuing their efforts to provide assistance for families affected by the...

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