Journal 11/25/1983 P1 Majuro: Who won the 5th seat? Former Secretary of Foreign Affairs Tony deBrum and Deputy Secretary Phillip Muller appear to have won themselves two of the seats out of Majuro’s 15 candidates running for five seats in Nitijela as the tabulating committee began counting ballots. President Amata Kabua is the top vote […]
Journal 6/10/1983 P1 First Marshall Islands fishing tournament to be held Saturday and Sunday Tomorrow morning at least 15 boats will head for the ocean and attempt to win the first annual Marshall Islands Fishing Tournament, sponsored by the Marshalls Billfish Club, which last summer won the prestigious Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament in its first […]
HILARY HOSIA Nitijela senators began endorsing a plan to repeal the postal absentee ballot ban Wednesday following the presentation of a petition to restore voting for islanders living off-shore by Evelyn Konou and Biram Stege. Over 800 Marshallese citizens endorsed the petition, for which Parliament Speaker Kenneth Kedi and Maloelap Senator Bruce Bilimon publicly announced […]
KELLY LORENNIJ Assumption high schoolers received 24 new laptops — four traditional and 20 Chromebooks — from alumni and friends of the school.
Marshall Islands High School (MIHS) and Ministry of Education’s Public School System honored Earlie Watley for 51 years of service last Friday during the MIHS graduation. PSS Commissioner Evelyn Konou stated during the ceremony that Watley taught over 12,000 students in his career. Watley is going into retirement. A record 207 MIHS seniors graduated at […]
Alfred Capelle, Chair of the Marshall Islands’ Customary Law and Language Commission, recently presented the new book titled Marshallese Reference Grammar to President Hilda Heine at the President’s Office, and also delivered a copy to Education Minister Wilbur Heine and Public School System Commissioner Evelyn Konou. Capelle co-authors the book along with Byron W. Bender, […]
HILARY HOSIA Turning down a high school trip to Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia is not something eight teens from Ebeye’s Seventh Day Adventist senior class took well. Or so they thought. Traditionally, SDA seniors travel to the FSM capital city as a right of passage before graduation. However, slight changes in their […]
ISAAC MARTY The $800,000 school lunch program that was budgeted by the RMI for fiscal year 2016 commenced late last month. Laura Elementary School, Rairok Elementary School, Majuro Middle School, and Marshall Islands High School (MIHS) were the first of 15 public schools (including kindergarten, elementary, high school, and special education) on Majuro to receive […]