Monday’s Education Week college and career fair at ICC in Majuro engaged hundreds of students from numerous schools. The Marshalls Energy Company was one of many that hosted a booth to speak with students. MEC staff clearly connected with this group of Life Skills Academy students. Photo: Kelly Lorennij. Read more about this in the […]
Bright, early and sporting white scrubs are these College of the Marshall Islands nursing students who regularly convene outside of the Wellness Center at Majuro hospital before each practicum session with instructor and certified nurse Walton Bohanny. This week they caught sight of a Journal camera and called for a group shot. Read more about […]
A total of 77 men and women signed up to take an Air Marshall Islands pilot test. The national airline recently issued a public call for local residents interested to take up a pilot training opportunity.
MISA 4 the Pacific, an association led by Marshallese studying at the University of the South Pacific and Fiji National University, both in Fiji, aims to spread awareness of the RMI’s nuclear legacy in the South Pacific.
The countdown for Youth Bridge Global’s production of the Music Man is underway with seven weeks left on the clock. That said, Professor Andrew Garrod and Dartmouth team of Summer Cody and Tyler Malbareaux announced who made what role following the first day of practice last week at Marshall Islands High School.
Marshall Islands Marine Resources Authority staff began moving into their new three-story headquarters located in Delap at the end of last week, as construction work is largely completed.
Judges in the court room: District Court Presiding Judge Milton Zackios (second from left) retired from the bench in late December after 15 years as a judge. With him on his last day at work, was, from left: High Court Chief Justice Carl Ingram, Zackios, District Court Judge Tarry Paul, and High Court Judge Witten […]
HILARY HOSIA What transpired on Christmas Eve at Western Union at Robert Reimers Enterprises shared a striking similarity to the game of Bingo — scores of people sitting everywhere: on chairs, on benches bordering the parking lot, and more on the ground.
The spirit of Christmas was abundant at Assumption Schools Tuesday following a visit from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Commerce.
GIFF JOHNSON An agreement is expected to be signed next year that will more than double the level of funding for micro loans in the Marshall Islands.