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HOW TO RELIEVE STRESS

"Not too long ago, and not so far away, I came across what I thought was the most thoughtful and remarkable concept in recent times," writes Daisy Holder Lafond. It turned out to be the perfect stress-reliever.

SPANISH MASS IN FRENCHTOWN

Beginning on Jan. 31 there will be a mass said in Spanish at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays at St. Anne's Chapel in Frenchtown.

DLCA FOOD BASKET SURVEY FOR JANUARY

Here are the results of last month's convenience store Food Basket Survey from the Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs.

FISHERY MANAGEMENT HEARING SET

A public hearing will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4 at the V.I. Fish and Game Club in Red Hook regarding Draft Management Plan for overfished Atlantic swordfish, sharks and tunas.

BRRRRR, IT'S WINTER IN ST. THOMAS

What's up with the weather?
Everybody is talking about how cold it is.
Everybody, that is, but the weather service.

KEY WEST IS SITE OF THIS YEAR'S BACCHANAL

There's great St. Thomian excitement brewing in Key West, Fla., right now as plans take shape for the fourth annual St. Thomas Bacchanal to be held there this spring.

COAST GUARD CUTTER ARRIVING THURSDAY

The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Dependable will visit St. Thomas from 9 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 4, through 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 6. It will be at the north side dock at Crown Bay.

SIMMONDS GETS OFFICIAL NOD FOR EDUCATION

Gov. Charles W. Turnbull sent Dr. Ruby Simmonds' nomination to be education commissioner to the Senate on Monday, the same day Simmonds started in the post.

ROAD WORK BEGINS IN ESTATE PEARL

Road work was set to begin Monday to improve drainage, build culverts and resurface the road between Crown Mountain Road and Black Point Hill in Estate Pearl. In addition a no-right-turn provision went into effect on the second access road to Kmart in Tutu Park Mall.

CLINTON BUDGET INCREASES V.I. RUM TAX

President Bill Clinton has included in his year 2000 budget a proposal to return to
the Virgin Islands the entire $13.50-per-gallon federal tax levied on Virgin
Islands rum.

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