DPS Vice & Narcotics Unit and a K-9 dog
About 16 Detectives from the DPS Vice & Narcotics Unit with a K-9 dog took part in a police raid conducted in Ofu, Manu'a last Thursday via Talofa Airways. The team left the Pago Pago International Airport around 7:30am and returned around 3p.m. Reliable sources told Samoa News that police went to execute search warrants looking for illegal drugs. Read story in Samoa News on Monday for more details and see video on our Facebook page. [photo : AF]
Some members of  K-5 Fatuoaiga Montessori School performing at their graduation ceremony
Some of the graduates of the K-5 class of Fatuoaiga Montessori School performing on stage at the Fatuoaiga campus during their graduation ceremony. Family, friends and supporters came out to support the youngsters. Congratulations to the graduates of 2020!  Just in time for gatherings of 150 or less under the Governor Lolo’s 5th Amended Emergency Declaration. [photo: courtesy]
O le taimi ua usuia ai le fonotaga a matua o le fanau fa’au’u i lenei tausaga i le Laumua i Fagaitua. Ua taumafai ai ina ia faia se fa’aiuga i le tapenaga o le fa’au’uga o lenei tausaga.  [ata: foa’i]
 Pictured here is a smiling Toaiva Ueli with management staff, led by Starkist Samoa General Manager Jason Kim.
Twenty employees of Starkist Samoa celebrated in the months of March and April their years of service, ranging from 5, 10, 25 to 30 to even 35 years of service to the cannery. Pictured here is a smiling Toaiva Ueli, an employee with Starkist Samoa Production Department, posing with her certifi cate of service during a Years of Service ceremony for her and the 19 other Starkist employees. She’s pictured with some of the management staff, led by Starkist Samoa General Manager Jason Kim. [photo: StarKist]

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