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Homecoming Gospel Singers share joy of singing

The Homecoming Gospel Singers will hold their 3rd Annual Thanksgiving Concert next Tuesday at the Lee Auditorium. Pastor Vickie Haleck a member of the group said there are more than 50 members of the choir […]

Man who turned Hawaiian Air around is retiring

Hawaiian Airlines today announced the planned retirement of Mark Dunkerley, president and chief executive officer, and the selection of Peter Ingram, executive vice president and chief commercial officer, to replace Dunkerley, effective March 1, 2018. A press […]

Ex-cop arrested in drug raid has left the island

The ex cop who was arrested following a drug raid last Thursday at his home in Alofau, Steve Tuato’o, is believed to have left the island. Tuato’o and two others, Taputimu resident, Cody Christian Wood, […]

TAOA hosts King & Queen pageant

It’s a pageant with a difference. Contestants have to be at lest 60 years old and two will be selected on to be the King and Queen of TAOA. Director of the Territorial Administration on […]

Climate Change Task Force plans tree planting

The Governor’s Climate Change Task Force is planning a tree planting activity to help off set the territory’s carbon footprint which has been linked to sea level rise. Task Force member, Ameko Pato, Director of […]

U17 Beach Handball Team get training assistance

The President of the American Samoa Handball Association Carl Sagapolutele had good news to report on his return from the 36th Congress of the International Handball Federation in Turkey. Floor was part of the delegation […]

Slow internet affecting ASG depts and Post Office

KHJ News is receiving reports from various government departments that their work is not getting done because of slow or non existent internet service, Some employees are seen regularly with their laptops or Ipads at […]