Ebeye Public School construction work is moving forward. Backfilling and compacting of the land for building number two is almost complete. Once completed, work on the first floor slab and block work will begin, reported the Kwajalein Atoll Development Authority last week. Form work for the foundations on building number three are almost complete. Pouring […]
Matson’s new vessel Kamokuiki made its first voyage to Kwajalein and Ebeye Sunday and Monday. It arrived in Majuro Tuesday, delivering dozens of containers for local businesses and government. The Kamokuiki, which translates as “small island,” is providing direct service from the US west coast and Hawaii to the RMI.
Judge Witten Philippo is back at the High Court, following his Monday morning oath-taking at the direction of Chief Justice Carl Ingram. Witnessing the event were President Hilda Heine, Philippo’s wife Florine, other judges, members of the diplomatic corps, court staff and Philippo’s family and friends. Ingram took the opportunity of the swearing in ceremony […]
Amata Kabua Boulevard was glazed with hot pink last Friday as likatus and lakatus of all ages marched in support of Breast Cancer Month in Delap.
KELLY LORENNIJ Assumption high schoolers received 24 new laptops — four traditional and 20 Chromebooks — from alumni and friends of the school.
A team of Marshall Islands athletes are in Buenos Aires for the Youth Olympic Games competition. Alexander Adiniwin is competing in wrestling, Joshua Ralpho is in the wrestling competition, Rosemaline Watley is in the women’s high jump, and Kayla Hepler and Daniel Ranis are both in the swimming competition.
Employees at Majuro Pacific Basin Payless Supermarket decked themselves out in island-style dress to celebrate Culture Day last week. The first Friday of September is a national holiday marking Culture Day.
The Marshall Islands Red Cross Society conducted a week-long youth training and First Aid course for five Ebeye high schools recently.
Truth be told: if you’re going to visit Waan Aelon in Majol, you will learn a thing or two or tree. Yes. Tree. WAM has been utilizing different trees in its mixed curriculum of classes in the morning and hands on craft work in the afternoon.
A donation of 260 chairs, 112 school desks, four tables and boxes of books arrived Ebeye late last month from New Zealand.