A rundown of the top stories of 2011

Posted on Dec 30 2011
By Saipan Tribune

The economic stagnation that stubbornly refuses to lift, the baffling yet horrifying disappearance of the Luhk sisters, the scramble toward full federalization of the CNMI’s immigration and labor systems, the escalating number of criminals preying on tourists-these and more figured prominently in newspaper headlines throughout the year. The editorial team of the Saipan Tribune narrowed down its list of the significant stories of the year and voted on the following as the top stories of 2011.

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