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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Albert Bryan and independent incumbent Gov. Kenneth Mapp.

Shorter Time Meant 4,495 Fewer Early Votes for Gubernatorial Runoff than General

Early voting for the gubernatorial runoff election took place Saturday and Sunday, and while the numbers are high compared to 2014, when early voting was new, they dropped off sharply compared to the general election on Nov. 6.

Alien Smuggler and His Customer Plead Guilty in District Court

An accused human trafficker and the Haitian immigrant he attempted to bring to the shores of St. John both admitted to breaking the law Monday in District Court.
The cover of the USVI Recovery Report, which can be downloaded here.

Recovery Report Looks Over $11 Billion in Damages, Future Solutions

A final version of the USVI Recovery Report – an extensive document officials have said can serve as a “road map” for future storms – assess the effort to recover from the damage from Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
KSU's Xavier Sneed slams the ball home in transition.

Kansas State, Missouri to Meet Monday for Paradise Jam Title

Missouri was able to defeat Oregon State 69-63 and Kansas State dispatched Penn 64-48 in Paradise Jame action Sunday night at the UVI Sports and Fitness Center.
Chef Ashley Allen explains the finer points of carving a turkey during the St. Thomas-St. John Ag Fair.

Pre-Thanksgiving Ag Fair Returns to St. Thomas

An early holiday season event, the St. Thomas-St. John Agriculture Fair, welcomed culture fans to a new venue this weekend. This year’s fair appeared under the pavilion at Bordeaux Farms.

WAPA Will Use HUD Funding to Acquire Generators for STT

The Water and Power Authority will use HUD Community Development Block Grants to acquire as many as seven new generators for the Randolph Harley Power Plant on St. Thomas.





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