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A total of 15 players have been called up to a Guam men’s national team training camp set to begin in San Diego, Calif. Monday.
The training camp will officially begin Monday, Mar. 19 through to Tuesday, Mar. 27 with friendly matches against San Diego State University and L.A. Galaxy II on Mar. 23 and Mar. 27, respectively.
“We are using this camp to evaluate the players off-island and to implement the new professional standards and playing style to those players,” said Karl Dodd, Head Coach of the Matao, Guam men’s national team.

National association of social workers Guam chapter - lifetime achievement winner is Roselie Zabala from the Department of Public Health and Social Services. Zabala received the award via video conference, as she is currently in the Philippines being treated for cancer.

Today was the 42nd Special Olympics Track and Field event and the KUAM staff came out to show support for all the volunteers and competitors. It was a great day of action and we’d love to congratulate all those involved! #givingback #specialolympics #communityfirst

Suspicious Packages Reported ‪At 11:39 a.m., the Offices of Guam Homeland Security and Civil Defense (GHS/OCD) received a report from E911 dispatch of two reported “suspicious packages” found at the Hawaiian Rock in Mangilao.‬ The Guam Police Department are on scene and the Guam Fire Department HazMat unit are en route. The Guam National Guard 94th Civil Support Team have been requested. Government and federal stakeholders have been notified.
The Hawaiian Rock compound has been evacuated.
More information will be provided as it becomes available.
For more information, contact GHS/OCD Public Information Officer, Jenna G. Blas at ‪(671) 489-2540‬ or via email at jenna.g.blas@ghs.guam.gov.

He’s not going down without a fight.
Guam’s longtime Archbishop Anthony Apuron announces he’s appealed the verdict in his canonical trial.

In a press release issued early Saturday morning, he states “God is my witness; I am innocent and I look forward to proving my innocence in the appeals process.” As reported, a papal bulletin on Friday announced a Vatican Tribunal had found Apuron guilty of “certain charges” though it did not specify what those charges were. As a result, Apuron would not only be removed from office, but also prohibited from residence in the Archdiocese of Agana.
Apuron in his e-mailed statement writes “Today my prayers are with the Church in Guam which has been suffering greatly.” Apuron’s statement was distributed by his Guam legal counsel, attorney Jacque Terlaje, who represents him in the five civil lawsuits he still faces in the District Court of Guam for clergy sexual abuse.
Apuron was last spotted in Rome earlier this year, in the presence of Pope Francis. His last sighting prior was at a home in Fairfield, California over a year ago.
In previous statements to Guam media he reports being in and out of surgery.

Guilty of “certain charges.” This is the latest from a papal bulletin issued on Friday, March 16, 2018 on Guam’s suspended Archbishop Anthony Apuron.
Apuron, to date, stands five times accused of clergy sexual abuse.
While the Tribunal has reached their verdict, he still faces civil lawsuits in the District Court of Guam.
According to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, this means he’ll be removed from office and prohibited from residence in the Archdiocese of Agana.
Apuron’s successor will be Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Byrnes, who, in previous talks with Guam media, stated Apuron’s return would be “disaster.”

GCC wants to make Math fun again!
Hundreds of GDOE students showed up to participate in the Kangaroo International Math Competition. Soon after GCC Department of Education held a carnival for students with games to promote learning Math. The goal: make kids excited about learning Math.

We’ve teamed up with @meskla to bring you food ideas this Chamorro month with Chesa Chamorro. This week we’re featuring an island classic, Fish Kelaguen! Sponsor Generated post. #chesachamorro #meskla

Chief Executive Officer Silvia Rosen (@yayis323) and Chief Operations Officer Raenate Santos (@raenatesan), the two women heading local babysitting service Guam Sitters, put emphasis on more than just taking care of little tykes. Specializing in looking after the children of visitors and tourists, it’s not uncommon for their baby sitters to offer a little something extra. Many of their sitters double up as personal tour guides, sharing valuable information about the sights and culture of the beautiful island they call home. It’s one of the ways tourism works in the favor of growing their business. To learn more about how tourism works for Silvia and Raenate, tune in tonight on KUAM News Extra!

Governor Calvo signs Tax bill into law. It raises the Business privilege tax from 4-percent to 5. Then replaces it with a 2-percent general sales tax in October. It also required at least $30-million in spending cuts. Watch the livestream right now on our Facebook page.

First responders have evacuated the second floor of the Eva building in Upper Tumon after a call of a suspicious item. GFD spokesperson Kevin Reilly says their units got the call around 11:50am. Hazmat units are responding after a suspicious envelope was delivered to the SPPC office. This story is developing...

DECISION 2018 NEWS: Some of the candidates for Lieutenant Governor attended a Q&A Forum at Simon Sanchez High School today. They made a promise to rebuild the Yigo campus just like elected leaders have done so for the past 10 years. Students are hoping to get answers as to why the school has yet to be rebuilt. The Lt. Governor candidates attending included Josh Tenorio, Fred Bordallo, and Alicia Limtiaco. No shows were Tony Ada and David Cruz.

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