Good morning & buenas dihas!
In today’s news, you’ll find stories on the federal receiver needing a lawyer, the coconut trees at Asan Beach that will be cut down, GFT’s reaction to a new teachers’ union, and how the Clinton White House didn’t want the CNMI to have a delegate in Congress.
We’ve also added a new feature: Sports news from Guam Sports Network!
Click on any of the blue links below to go directly to that news site’s story.
Federal receiver on Layon
PDN article – Receiver to hire counsel – by Michele Conerly
KUAM story – Adelup responds to order over Ordot consent decree – by Ken Quintanilla
Coconut trees at Asan Beach to Be Cut Down
MV article – 100 beetle-infested park trees to be removed – by news release
PDN article – 65-100 coconut trees to be removed from park – by Cameron Miculka
GFT disappointed new union trying to divide teachers
PNC story – GFT President Fedenko Calls Formation of Agana Heights Union “Disappointing” – by Betsy Brown
Clinton White House didn’t want CNMI representation
PNC story – Clinton Library Docs Show His White House Tried to Stop NMI from Getting a Delegate in Congress – by Matt Kaye
NEW FEATURE: Sports from Guam Sports Network!
Orioles finish Redhawks in seven – by Robert Balajadia
Amateur Baseball League weekend recap – by news release
Monster Energy Motocross Round Three – by news release
UPCOMING SPORTING EVENTS: basketball, rugby, softball, tennis, running, MMA, soccer, football, baseball, jiujitsu, paddling, cycling, bowling, golf, wrestling, etc.
Stay tuned to the news throughout the day. The Governor’s Office also sends out news releases. Otherwise, news is posted on:
Sports news from Guam Sports Network: www.guamsportsnetwork.com
***Not all newsrooms post rolling news updates throughout the day.
Have a great day!