The holidays are behind us and it’s time once again to turn your attention to the yearly tradition unlike any other – Best of the Pacific voting season!
For the past 18 years, our annual Best of the Pacific magazine has been the authority on the best places YOU need to go in the Pacific. How do we know? Because you told us so!
After suffering a 30-game losing skid in the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons, super sophomores Bethani Newbold and Dai’Ja Turner and the Warriors put that in the rear-view mirror and went 12-0 in the regular season ending last month.
In observance of Children’s Dental Health Month, the 618th Dental Company, 65th Medical Brigade, and participating dentists, provided dental screenings and oral health education to Humphreys Central Elementary students, Feb. 13.
The Department of the Navy (DoN) released its Education for Seapower report Feb. 12, along with the Secretary of the Navy’s action memorandum providing the way forward for the new education initiatives for the department.
A strict “no touching” rule that went into effect last week at Bahrain Elementary School has kept grade-schoolers from giving each other hugs and high-fives, prompting some parents to question the policy.
Humphreys' girls basketball team did that aplenty in the second half of Saturday’s final in the Korea Cup Tournament, enough for Goodwater to score 14 second-half points - eight in the fourth quarter - as the Blackhawks rallied past top-seed Daegu 62-53 on their home court.
For this year that time has come, and its winner Sarah Young, is a spot on illustration of the core values and characteristics that the title is based on; Character, Leadership, and Service to the Community.
Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer presided over the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) change of charge and investiture ceremony, Jan. 29, where retired Vice Adm. Ann E. Rondeau relieved retired Vice Adm. Ronald A. Route to become the 49th president of the university.