Good morning & buenas dihas!

News today and from the weekend includes more on the minimum wage and tax cut proposals, GovGuam’s efforts to break down racial barriers, empowering the poor, and the traffic and stabbing tragedies. ALSO: Sports stories, including an expose on what it takes to get a sports scholarship.
Click on any of the blue links below to go directly to that news site’s story.
Breaking down racial barriers
PDN article – Government wants migrants to fully integrate – by Cameron Miculka
Increasing wages & cutting taxes
PDN article – Gross receipts tax bill may be introduced today – by Jerick Sablan
MV editorial – A balanced approach to help families – by Eddie Baza Calvo
Empowering the poor
KUAM story – Program provides GED prep courses to 140 students – by Krystal Paco
KUAM story – Dream Projects help low-to-no income women – by Krystal Paco
Traffic accident & arrests in stabbing incidents
PDN article – Man dies after head-on crash – by Steve Limtiaco
PDN article – Arrests made in Yigo, Agat stabbings – by Steve Limtiaco
Governor’s weekly address
MV editorial – A balanced approach to help families – by Eddie Baza Calvo
Sports news
GSPN – Part I: The Working Athlete – by (special feature)
GSPN – Royals hold down Islanders – by Jeffrey Ochavillo
GSPN – Geckos snap Islanders’ hot streak – by Niko Bulaon
GSPN – Colleen Naden: The not so rookie – by Robert Balajadia
PNC – No riders left behind – by David Macaluso
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:
***Not all newsrooms post rolling news updates throughout the day.
Have a great day!
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