Ailinglaplap

Runways to be renovated

Runways to be renovated

Journal 3/20/1981 P2 Ailuk to get airfield soon One of three government landing craft utilities left Majuro last week for Ailinglaplap with personnel and necessary equipment to compact and extend several hundred feet of Bakilkil airport at Ailinglaplap. Secretary of Resources and Development Hemos Jack said after completion of the Ailinglaplap runway renovation, the LCU […]

12-month copra high

12-month copra high

December last year produced the most copra of 2017, the first month of a two-and-a-half-month period during which the price of copra was at an all time high of 50¢ per pound. Copra makers in RMI generated 764.12 tons in December, the highest total since December 2016, when over 1,000 tons were generated. The quarterly […]

Chris, Katzuo tied in vote

Chris, Katzuo tied in vote

Journal 12/21/1973 P1 The lawyers… Lawyers for the people of Roi Namur in Kwajalein Atoll have filed a suit in the Trust Territory High Court in Majuro which charges that Marshalls District Attorney Russell Walker and Trust Territory Attorney General Richard Miyamoto are withholding certain documents, files and information which defendant Walker compiled during the […]

Jaki-ed a hit in Majuro

Jaki-ed a hit in Majuro

Marshallese weavers of jaki-ed (clothing mats) will be showing their fine art around the world next year, with a demonstration being held at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC and a display of the mats at Australia’s Queensland Art Gallery in Brisbane. These exciting events were announced by long-time friend of the Marshall Islands, MaryLou […]

Election fever starting in RMI

Election fever starting in RMI

Journal 8/1/1975 P1 The Chinese affair Last month a friendship began between the world’s smallest micro-state and the world’s largest nation. Hans Wiliander, a tall, soft-spoken Micronesian from the island of Tol, Truk Lagoon, stepped down from an airplane in Peking, China for a 20-day visit. His trip was the result of a meeting with […]

VIPs check Woja causeway

VIPs check Woja causeway

HILARY HOSIA The European Union and the Japan Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Project injected a total of $600,132 to Ailinglaplap for a causeway project in Woja and two 20,000-gallon water catchments in Woja and Buoj islands — projects that were the subject of ribbon cutting ceremonies and visits by President Loeak and a […]