Students shine in math contest

Students shine in math contest

The results of the second Jiai Bonbon math competition placed Delap Elementary and Coop schools at the top in overall scores for primary and secondary categories, respectively. This year students in grades three and higher competed as a group rather than individually. Last year’s champion Long Island Elementary placed first in the grade four division. […]

Taxi fares stay the same

Taxi fares stay the same

The Taxi Drivers Association wishes to inform the public that the one dollar fare in downtown is still in affect and no changes were made following a meeting at Delap Park last week. “The fare is still at one dollar for sedans and 75 cents for vans around the DUD area,” the association told the […]

Edwards meets ROC’s Tsai

Edwards meets ROC’s Tsai

RMI Ambassador Neijon Rema Edwards presented her diplomatic credentials to President Tsai Ing-wen last Friday in Taipei. President Hilda Heine recently appointed her Ambassador of the RMI to the Republic of China (Taiwan). In remarks at the ceremony, Edwards lauded the excellent relations between the RMI and ROC that have over 20 years developed through […]

‘He was Kewan Jela’

‘He was Kewan Jela’

GIFF JOHNSON A local man who transformed the nature of Marshallese political debate has died in Honolulu at the age of 56. Arthur Kaylor Laukon became the key manager of the Marshall Islands Facebook page Kewan Jela, which was founded in September 2013 to stimulate debate on a variety of Marshall Islands issues. The site […]

MIMRA hits new milestones

MIMRA hits new milestones

Forum Fisheries Agency Director General Dr. Manu Tupou-Roosen hailed a series of fisheries milestones for the region accomplished Friday afternoon February 8 in the Marshall Islands. She joined Marshall Islands President Hilda Heine and over a hundred government and business leaders at the grand opening of the new $3 million headquarters building for the Marshall […]

Ebeye can be a lot more

Ebeye can be a lot more

Journal 2/12/1982 P2 Kabua moves to new office President Kabua moved into his new lagoon-side office in the Cabinet office building February 11. Most of the ministers had moved in a month ago. The public service already moved into the old building following last summer’s fire which destroyed the downtown administration building. P2 Marshall Islands […]

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