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Governor Proclaims Leave for Most Government Employees to Celebrate 2014 Carnival

Governor John P. de Jongh, Jr. has signed a proclamation that provides leave for government employees during the upcoming Carnival…

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Half a dozen young people, local artists and music producers have created a peace song for Carnival 2014. To read more about the song, click here.
 

 
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Cruzan Organix Farm Wins Top Prize in 2014 13D Competition

UVI student Allison De Gazon was beaming Wednesday when her business idea, Cruzan Organix Farm, won the $30,000 top prize at the final judging ofthe  2014 13D Entrepreneurship Competition.

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2014-04-24 01:02:33
Nature Conservancy and Restaurants Encourage Reef Responsibility

The Nature Conservancy has enlisted several St. Croix restaurants to promote healthy reefs and the commercial fishing industry by serving certain locally harvested fish at certain times of the year.

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2014-04-24 00:54:49
Cancryn Teachers Protest School Calendar

About a dozen teachers protested outside Addelita Cancryn Junior High School on St. Thomas on Wednesday in the second day of objecting to the restructuring of the school calendar.

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2014-04-24 00:44:04
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Manor School Holds Mega Market and Yard Sale Extravaganza

 Manor School will hold a Mega Market and Community Yard Sale Extravaganza from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 3. The public is invited to join the event as vendors and set up their own booths to sell their gently used merchandise or crafts or information tables about their organization. Manor is also accepting donations of yard sale items that they can sell. community members wanting to reserve a space for their own sale items or wanting to donate items can stop by the school Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or call Ms. Weathered at Manor School at 718-1448 or 340-514-1694 (cell), or Ms. Diaz at 201-8804. Spaces rent for $25 without a table and $35 with a table. Arrangements can be made for pick-up of large items being donated for the Manor booth on Thursday, March 2. Please call in advance, so a schedule can be made.

 On the day of the yard sale, the public is invited to come shop, eat or have their cars washed. There will be a local Cruzan breakfast for purchase including salt fish, johnny cake, spinach and boiled eggs for $7 per plate and a lunch special with BBQ chicken or roast pork prepared by Chicken Shack and two sides for $8 and $10. One stop shopping will also include a car wash held at Princess Snackette next door. For the culturally-minded, there will be a pre-show of the upcoming Potentiality Exhibit with works by well-known artists. There will be a DJ spinning tunes as well.
All proceeds from the Extravaganza will go to Manor School’s scholarship fund. Donations of items can be dropped off at the school during school hours located at 4236 La Grande Princesse in Christiansted. Clean out the storage room and donate to a good cause or just come join this fun and worthwhile community event.

 

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