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FLORIDA KEYS — The queen conch is a large marine mollusk with a beautiful shell that is prized for export. The gastropod inside the shell is featured on menus across the region. But the conch’s numbers are rapidly dwindling, and researchers say action is needed to save them. In Key

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WHO’LL GET BURNED? The manufacturer says that this incineration machine can be set on a city street and the street below the machine will not get hot as it burns tree, brush and shrubs from the storm. ESTATE LONGFORD, St. Croix –– The Texas-based owner of the $400,000 “Air Burners”

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UNDER FIRE: DPNR Commissioner Dawn Henry In response to the Virgin Islands Daily News article, printed on Friday, April 7, 2017, captioned “Feds questioning $3.9M in grants to DPNR,” Commissioner Dawn L. Henry, Esq., of the Department of Planning and Natural Resources would like to clarify a few points: The

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — On Tuesday December 6, 2016, at about 9:30 a.m., police were dispatched to the waterfront on Veterans Drive after a receiving a report that a car was submerged in the ocean there. Police met with a man who said that he was the only passenger in the

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues to investigate potential groundwater contamination at the Tutu Wells Superfund Site despite the fact that the site was considered clean three years ago. Geoffrey Garrison, an on-scene liaison for the EPA in the territory on the project, said this weekend

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