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WASHINGTON— Embattled Japanese air bag manufacturer Takata Corp. plans to launch a new ad campaign and send a new mailing to the owners of millions of recalled vehicles by working with a major insurance industry group. Exploding Takata air bags are linked to at least eight deaths and more than

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    Victoria Hamilton (14) passes the ball EDMONTON – Considered one of the most powerful teams in the tournament Brazil proved its depth was too much in overwhelming the Virgin Islands 72-58 on Wednesday in the FIBA Americas Women’s Championship at the Saville Community Sports Centre. Brazil used its height

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CRUZ BAY – The Virgin Islands Police Department’s Weed and Seed Program in the St. Thomas District along with other Law Enforcement agencies are scheduled to conduct its annual Drug Education For Youth and Underage Drinking Prevention Camp from August 16 to 21 in St. John. The VIPD Weed and

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EDMONTON – Argentina put on another offensive clinic while dominating the Virgin Islands 75-51 on Tuesday in the FIBA Americas Women’s Championship at the Saville Community Sports Centre. Argentina used quick passes on offence, hypnotizing the Virgin Islands players before feeding the ball to its big centers for easy layups

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Virgin Islands captain Victoria Hamilton EDMONTON – The story of the Virgin Islands team at the 2015 FIBA Americas Championship for Women won’t ever be made into a Hollywood movie, but theirs is an underdog tale the likes of which Alberta hasn’t seen since Cool Runnings. For every obstacle the

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As nearly everyone in the United States knows, there are fifty states. Most also know that the country started with 13 states. In between those two numbers, a lot of states were proposed but never made the final cut for a variety of reasons. Some of them got voted on,

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Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett has announced today that Interior Assistant Secretary for Insular Areas Esther Kia’aina has released $2.1 million in grant funding under the Office of Insular Affairs’ (OIA) Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Program to repair public school buildings in the Virgin Islands.

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – The maker of the Keurig single-cup coffee system must face a securities fraud class-action lawsuit, the Second Circuit ruled last week. Five employee retirement systems – including the GERS – acquired stock in Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc., which manufactures Keurig coffee makers. The plaintiffs are the retirement

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                        Rep. Stacey Plaskett WASHINGTON – Not everyone is excited about the Treasury Department’s decision to replace Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill. A group 64 lawmakers, including Rep. Stacey Plaskett, D-Virgin Islands have asked Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to keep Hamilton on the $10 bill, and instead replace President Andrew

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – When it comes to buying a slice of paradise, Sir Richard Branson might be the most prominent name you can think of today, having purchased Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands. But the Virgin Group founder was certainly not the first, because 99 years ago today

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