Editorial

Editorial – Reducing woes

COVID has taken away so much from economies in the islands, which continue to falter and make weak progress.  Aside from federal pandemic aid — which in Micronesia largely comes from the U.S. government, reasons to have...

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Editorial – Having a plan

If the government of Guam and the Department of Public Health and Social Services have a plan to open Guam’s economy to tourism by May, they should detail it and share it. A plan is like a budget — you aim to come close, but...

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Editorial – Not so golden

The Journal has written previously over various plans to build or arrange senior living facilities on Guam.  Those did not come to fruition — whether mooted for discussion by the Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority or...

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Editorial – Here we go

Some departments in governments have exceled as COVID-19 brought unforeseen challenges this year. We have noted and been grateful for those government employees who are responding to emails and messaging with speed, efficiency...

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Editorial – Here’s the future

There can be few businesses that have enjoyed 2020, certainly since March. While initially our islands thought that COVID-19 would but briefly affect our industries, as we head towards 2021, this pernicious pandemic is here to...

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