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Today’s episode of the “Irie Block Party” was the first to have shoutouts to and from people living off-island. Beginning with this episode, every Friday’s “Irie Block Party” will be recorded as a podcast for the website.
From the candidate himself:
“Today, this morning, I was on the air on PWFM to declared my candidacy for the Senate. Salvador Tellames and Kambes Kesolei were able to host the show and led the discussions with several issues and questions. We were also able to receive live calls from the community as well. We were able to cover several issues such as:
June 03, 2012 — Presidential candidate Sandra S. Pierantozzi sat down with Salvador Tellames and Kambes Kesolei to discuss finance.
As part of their ongoing effort to assist states in improving their conservation law enforcement capacity, the Alliance of Palau Conservation Officers (APCO) is excited to introduce to the public their newly-formed Coordination Team: Tobi Delegate Wayne Andrew, Tobi State legislator William Andrew, Surech Bells-Hideo, Bradley Kumangai, Whitney Anderson and Merirei Ongelungel. Continue reading
The Alliance of Palau Conservation Officers (APCO) along with officers from the Division of Fish and Wildlife were in Ngerchelong State this past Friday for a joint site visit/training session. The occasion was a follow-up to the training sessions held at the Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC) and in Ngiwal State. Continue reading
As written by SFC (Ret) David C. Holtslander:
I am a member of the U.S. military retired reserve.
I served my country for 21 years and this is the thanks I get. Continue reading
May 13, 2012 — Presidential candidate Sandra S. Pierantozzi sat down with Salvador Tellames and Kambes Kesolei to discuss her education platform.
The Palau Conservation Officers Alliance (PCOA) along with officers from the Division of Fish and Wildlife were in Ngiwal State on April 26 for a joint site visit/confiscation operation. The occasion was a follow-up to the training sessions held at the Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC) in early April, explained PCOA volunteer and Tobi State Delegate Wayne Andrew. Continue reading