Mike Pulu, Hymal Vaimaona, Aquatic Blue Environmental and the shipyard crew
Mike Pulu, Hymal Vaimaona, Aquatic Blue Environmental and the shipyard crew have completed work on the slipway that was derailed in September 30, 2019. It took them six weeks to salvage the marine railway at ASG’s Shipyard facility at Satala. The project started on February 8, 2020.  [courtesy photo] */
Cost-U-Less checker behind a plexiglass shield.
Helping prevent the spread of COVID-19, Cost-U-Less has already commenced installation of plexiglass shields in front of checkout counters and expects to complete installations in all stores shortly. “The valiant effort of our front-line staff is unprecedented as they work to provide essential food and services to our customers,” Dan McConnell said. Cost-U-Less is committed to ensuring a continuous supply to its stores while enhancing staff safety. [courtesy photo]  
People inside an ASCC coronavirus quarantine site.
This Samoa News photo taken Wednesday morning from outside the closed gate into the ASCC gym shows some of the passengers undergoing a 14-day quarantine after arrival early this week on Samoa Airways special flights from Apia that uplifted local residents and others stranded in Samoa since last Friday (local time) when the Samoa government closed its air and ocean transport to and from American Samoa. No ASG mention of an ASCC quarantine site. [photo: Leua Aiono Frost]  
City Mill Hardware in Hawaii Kai, Hawai’i now features tape lines, 6 ft apart
Most retail stores, like City Mill Hardware in Hawaii Kai, Hawai’i now feature tape lines, 6 ft apart to encourage social distancing.   [Photo by Barry Markowitz,  courtesy Ruby Red Cafe, 3/23/20, 3:45pm]

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Molina swimming over a reef in snorkle gear
Seattle, WASHINGTON — A coral reef is part of a delicate balancing act. When stony corals dominate the ocean floor, they form vibrant reefs that are home to marine life. Besides being hotspots teeming with life, reefs can protect shorelines from storms by absorbing coastal swell and storm surge. But corals are also constantly competing with algae for space. If algae out-compete the corals, once-...

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Molina swimming over a reef in snorkle gear
Seattle, WASHINGTON — A coral reef is part of a delicate balancing act. When stony corals dominate the ocean floor, they form vibrant reefs that are home to marine life. Besides being hotspots teeming with life, reefs can protect shorelines from storms by absorbing coastal swell and storm surge....
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