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Claret’s triumphant return

Claret’s triumphant return

Miss Marshall Islands Claret Chong Gum returned to Majuro last Friday to much fanfare and an exuberant greeting. First, Amata Kabua International Airport firefighters gave the Nauru Airlines plane a water cannon honor. This was followed by diplomats, relatives and friends waiting to greet her on the tarmac outside the VIP lounge at the airport. […]

Miss Majol does RMI proud

Miss Majol does RMI proud

The Miss Pacific Islands Pageant wrapped up last Saturday in Nauru with Miss Samoa Moemoana Schwenke being crowned Miss Pacific Islands 2024. Miss Marshall Islands Claret Chong Gum was honored with the Third Runner Up title for the pageant and was recognized and praised by hundreds of Marshallese who watched the weeklong event playout on […]

True friend of Marshalls

True friend of Marshalls

WILMER JOEL A man’s ambition for equality for citizens of the freely associated states (FAS) in the US has opened numerous opportunities for them through successful lobbying for legislative bills to be passed. Loyd Henion, 84, a retired economist and now senior lobbyist for the COFA Alliance National Network (CANN), is from Oregon. CANN is […]

Ladie ready for 3rd term

Ladie ready for 3rd term

WILMER JOEL Majuro Mayor Ladie Jack declared at the local government inauguration Monday at the ICC that it is time to unite to improve the livelihoods of the people of Majuro. “You are in my heart, people of Majuro; you are dear to me,” he said. “We are ready to serve you.” Mayor Jack said […]

The Rongrong evolution

The Rongrong evolution

HILARY HOSIA Marshalls Christian High School has once again lived up to its reputation as one of the best entertainers in the religious community following their performance at the United Church of Christ Christmas Day celebration Monday. The school, which is a boarding school couple of miles west of Laura village, earned its reputation for […]

Gospel Day sparks parades

Gospel Day sparks parades

WILMER JOEL Gospel Day, one of the Marshall Islands’ most important holidays, was celebrated in the streets with a parade earlier this month. It honors the introduction of Christianity with the arrival of Congregational missionaries aboard the Morning Star vessel in 1857 on Ebon. Throughout the day, a large number of participants from well-known Christian […]

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