Gerry Partido

Digital Editor

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962 Pale San Vitores Rd. STE 116, Tumon, Guam 96913

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gerry@spbguam.com

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+1-671-477-0790

Bio

Gerry Partido is PNC's digital and social media editor. He is a veteran newsman with more than a decade of experience as a writer and an editor. Gerry was a former managing editor of The Guam Daily Post, editor of the Marianas Variety (Guam Edition), and a writer and section editor of The Guam Tribune. He also wrote editorials and the weekly column "Island Stir" for the Variety and the Post.

My Articles

Effective immediately, no expiration date for United MileagePlus miles

United Airlines has announced that effective immediately, MileagePlus award miles never expire, giving members a lifetime to use miles on flights, experiences, hotels and...

Port won’t appeal Susuico case, will wind down litigation

The Port Authority of Guam board of directors recently rose from executive session to discuss with Port Counsel Attorney Joe McDonald ongoing port litigation. The...

GDOE continues to make progress towards removing high risk status

Guam Department of Education (GDOE) Superintendent Jon Fernandez has received a letter from U.S. Department of Education (USEd) Deputy Assistant Secretary for Grants Administration...

Moylan decries failure of executive security, municipal police amendments

Senator James Moylan has issued a statement deploring the failure of his amendments to shift the cost of executive security and fund the municipal...

CCU to vote on new power plant contract tonight

The Consolidated Commission on Utilities will convene tonight to vote on the contract for a new power plant. CCU commissioner Simon Sanchez, in an interview...

Amendments give more money for education and veterans

Vice Speaker Telena Cruz Nelson introduced amendments during session yesterday giving more support to the Guam Academy Charter School Council and more funding to...

Latest News

GDOE – 24 Students, 4 Employees...

TODAY, GDOE REPORTS 24 NEW COVID-19 STUDENT CASE(S): On Tuesday, January 25, 2022, the Guam...

Saipan Cares for Animals To Close...

In regional news - Nonprofit organization Saipan Cares for Animals will be closing down...

Teachers concerned about rising COVID cases...

In a statement to PNC, Jane Roe, a GDOE teacher, says a coworker of...

Lawmakers Consider Voting Changes

Yesterday, the 36th Guam Legislature proffered amendments to a voting bill that will not...
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GDOE – 24 Students, 4 Employees...

TODAY, GDOE REPORTS 24 NEW COVID-19 STUDENT CASE(S): On Tuesday, January 25, 2022, the Guam...

Saipan Cares for Animals To Close...

In regional news - Nonprofit organization Saipan Cares for Animals will be closing down...

Teachers concerned about rising COVID cases...

In a statement to PNC, Jane Roe, a GDOE teacher, says a coworker of...

Lawmakers Consider Voting Changes

Yesterday, the 36th Guam Legislature proffered amendments to a voting bill that will not...

Higher Testing Numbers Show Signs Of...

  Consistent with global trends, Guam's Omicron surge has surpassed the peak in cases caused...