“The church has been helping the hospital for a long time. Kommool tata,” said Ministry of Health’s Hospital Administrator Darlene Korok to women from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints’ (LDS) Majuro Stake Relief Society women’s group during a donation held at Leroij Atama Zedkaia Memorial Hospital in Delap recently. LDS Stake Relief […]
Accreditation teams from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) visited Assumption Schools (both elementary and high school) and Majuro Cooperative School recently, as well as public schools, as part of ongoing accreditation review. Assumption received praise for their continuing efforts to improve the school from visiting WASC representatives Evelyn Managa and Doug Baumgart […]
A 260-foot purse seiner ran aground oceanside on the northern reef of Majuro last Thursday, and initial efforts to pull the boat off the reef were unsuccessful. Rescue work was planned for Wednesday, but representatives of the ship company that owns the vessel requested delay until Thursday so a company official from Taiwan could fly […]
No cases of the Zika virus have been detected in Majuro for two months, prompting the Ministry of Health to announce this week that Zika appears to no longer be present in RMI. At the same time, Interim Health Secretary Dr. Kennar Briand cautioned that the virus is still active in Kosrae and others islands […]
Following remarks by Minister in Assistance Mattlan Zackhras and Marshall Islands Mayors Association President Ota Kisino during the Office of the President-sponsored MIMA dinner at the Marshall Islands Resort Monday night, the United Church of Christ Youth performed a beat to complement the night.
Note to readers: A previously posted story in this location reported on a 20-year jail sentence for a convicted murderer. The Journal did not post a photo with this story. However, we discovered that a default setting on our site automatically inserted a non-related photo with the story that could give the appearance the photo […]
Journal 5/13/1974 P13 Hastily decided A hastily decided trip on May 10 saw the departure of five members of the Marshall Islands Nitijela and Marshall Islands Development Authority chairman Charles Domnick for the Republic of Nauru to testify before the Nauru Lcal Council on the application of a $600,000 loan. The loan, which will be […]