Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, though part of the same island chain, can sometimes feel more like distant relatives than close family. Residents might make the trip to see each other for major life events, like weddings and funerals, and they are there for each other when times get really tough, but other than that, the two don’t have as many ties to support each other on a regular basis as one would expect.
But several stories in this issue of the Journal are proof that more efforts are being made to strengthen this bond on various levels . . .
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