Flying around, cock fighting and the frequency of flushing

I am not sure if the Mariana Islands will ever unite as one political entity, though talk about it arises from time to time. 

                

There are many commonalities between Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands — the Chamorro language, family connections and the warmth of hospitality. …

 

Right now there is a common concern facing both Guam and the Northern Marianas; the lack of labor, and all the uncertainties that surround that lack. 

It’s good to hear that Gov. Eddie Calvo and . . .

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