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Board of Elections Seeking Public Input on Election Laws by Aug. 5

The members of the St. Croix District Board of Elections are seeking public input regarding reforming Title 18 Chapters 1…

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Chaotic Kayak Race Raises $57,000 for Team River Runner

Thirty-two kayak teams went head to head in a heated race Sunday afternoon on Oppenheimer Beach at the fifth annual Chaotic Kayak Race. The fundraiser raised more than $57,603.

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2015-08-03 22:41:44
UVI to Host 31st West Indies Agricultural Economics Conference

The University of the Virgin Islands Cooperative Extension Service (UVI-CES) will host the 31st West Indies Agricultural Economics Conference. Representatives from Caribbean agricultural institutions, agricultural economists and agriculture policymakers will meet from Sunday, Aug. 9 to Friday, Aug. 14, at the Buccaneer Hotel on St. Croix.

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2015-08-02 01:01:26
Public Asked to Take Part in Historic Laying of Undersea Broadband Cable

The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network (viNGN) is inviting the public to participate in a monumental moment of technology and its transformational power in the V.I. On Aug. 3, submarine cable specialists will begin the laying of the much anticipated submarine fiber optic cable that will expand the interconnection of our territory.

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2015-07-31 19:58:41
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The Bookworm: 'Letters to an Incarcerated Brother'

This isn’t just a reference for inmates. It’ll also be a great help for their families, as well as a caution for boys who are headed for trouble. “Letters to an Incarcerated Brother” has it locked up.

Read entire articleNov 22 2013 - 3:08am
The Bookworm Gets Lost in 'Looking for Trouble'

So look for a place to settle in and grab “Looking for Trouble.” Getting lost in this story won’t take but a minute.

Read entire articleNov 13 2013 - 10:13pm
The Bookworm: Stop in Your Tracks

Then again, there are times when even the unstoppable is halted in its tracks. And in the new book, “His Third Wife” by Grace Octavia, the octagonal red sign is up ahead.

Read entire articleOct 31 2013 - 2:16am
The Bookworm: A Marshmallow with Heat in 'Losing to Win'

Readers who are looking for a marshmallow (with heat!) will enjoy this book, and romance lovers will eat it up. If that’s you, then I definitely think “Losing to Win” by Michele Grant is one to look for.

Read entire articleOct 24 2013 - 12:58am
The Bookworm: Serafina's Promise

You’ve got a dream and you’ll do anything to see it happen. But in the new book “Serafina’s Promise” by Ann E. Burg, realizing a dream might mean going through nightmares first.

Read entire articleOct 17 2013 - 12:52am
The Bookworm: Becoming a Leader

Leaders are true to themselves, but they understand that they must be “different, better, more” than those around them, Sharpton says in his new book, 'The Rejected Stone.'

Read entire articleOct 9 2013 - 8:37pm
The Bookworm: Dancing to the Tune of Social Justice

There’s something in this book for music fans and political historians. If you want to learn more about women and the roots of social justice, “Harlem Nocturne” will make you dance.

Read entire articleOct 2 2013 - 10:02pm
The Bookworm: 'Sister Betty Says I Do'

If you’re looking for an easy, entertaining novel just for fun, 'Sister Betty Says I Do' will probably do.

Read entire articleSep 26 2013 - 1:45am
The Bookworm: The Latest from Terry McMillan

If you’re looking for a little escape this weekend or confirmation that your life isn’t so bad after all, then here’s the novel you want: “Who Asked You?” by best-selling author Terry McMillian.

Read entire articleSep 19 2013 - 12:50am
The Bookworm: 'Five Days at Memorial'

Could you do something wrongly right? That’s what allegedly happens in “Five Days at Memorial” by Sheri Fink. One of our country’s worst disasters may have led to one of medicine’s most questionable acts.

Read entire articleSep 11 2013 - 12:37am