Gerry Partido

Digital Editor

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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

Wholesalers back Bill 71

Guam - The island’s big wholesaling companies are backing Bill 71-35, introduced by Senator James Moylan, which amends Public Law 33-106 passed during the...

Bill seeks to close sex offender registry loophole

Guam - No more loopholes, enough is enough! This was the battle cry of Senator Amanda Shelton after she introduced Bill 157-35, which seeks to...

Bill proposes pilot program for youth mental health

Guam - In response to the rising ride of youth suicide and substance abuse incidents, one senator is offering a solution. Senator Régine Biscoe Lee...

Emergency procurement bill gets support

Guam - Bill 90-35, which allows the governor to authorize emergency procurement when facing threats to the environment, received supportive testimony during its public...

Bill 56 might discourage telecom investments on Guam

Guam - Representatives from the Guam Economic Development Authority and GTA Teleguam have expressed concern that Bill 56-35 might dissuade big telecom companies from...

June proclaimed Philippine Independence Month

A proclamation signing ceremony was held in Adelup where Governor Lou Leon Guerrero signed the Philippine Independence Month proclamation. According to the proclamation, Guam and...

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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...
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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...