Debris where old Amy's Bakery building is being torn down
When there was a break in the heavy rains last Saturday morning, work continued on the demolition of the old Amy’s Bakery in Fagaalu, and debris was removed from the site. The popular bakery, and the florist shop next to it, closed on Aug. 31st this year. The florist has relocated to a new site, while the bakery remains closed. [courtesy photo]
Faga’itua Vikings O’Neil Ah-Chee struggling to break a tackle against a Nu’uuli Wildcats defender
Faga’itua Vikings O’Neil Ah-Chee struggling to break a tackle against a Nu’uuli Wildcats defender at midfield during the second quarter of their varsity play-off match up when the Vikings were running their two minute no-huddle offense. Faga’itua won 27 - 6 and will proceed to the semi-finals.  Saturday’s JV action, between the Leone Lions and Marist Crusaders concluded in favor of the Crusaders after a 6 - 0 victory.  More photos in today’s sports. [photo: Tony Gasu]
Ladies who were among residents who participated in the  “Wave for repatriation flights - Not open borders”
These ladies were among residents who participated in the  “Wave for repatriation flights - Not open borders” at Utulei Friday morning. As of Friday, there has been no word on a repatriation flight, as the governor remains concerned with the continuing increase in the number of coronavirus cases in Hawaii and other US states. Read story today with update in Monday's issue. [photo: FS]
Sogelau Monument being painted
Painting the arch of the Sogelau Monument project in Fagatogo. Purpose of the project, which was spearheaded by Gov. Lolo is to bring back the importance of Sogelau’s role in the 120 year history of American Samoa. Sogelau Hill — atop the mountain, above the Samoa News building in Fagatogo — was the site of the first raising of the U.S. flag on Apr. 17, 1900, marking the islands of Tutuila and Aunu’u becoming American Samoa. [photo: FS]

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Brigitte Moala and her 85-year-old father, Noaese Taeatafa with family
Honolulu, HAWAII — Hawaii News Now (HNN) has interviewed some of the hundreds of American Samoans stranded in Hawaii and also have spoken with Epifania Rapozo, just before she and her two children were able to depart the territory after paying their own way on Monday's medical flight. The Hawaii news site interviewed Brigitte Moala and her 85-year-old father, Noaese Taeatafa, who have been away...

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Brigitte Moala and her 85-year-old father, Noaese Taeatafa with family
Honolulu, HAWAII — Hawaii News Now (HNN) has interviewed some of the hundreds of American Samoans stranded in Hawaii and also have spoken with Epifania Rapozo, just before she and her two children were able to depart the territory after paying their own way on Monday's medical flight. The Hawaii...
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