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Winner of $2 Million Lottery Yet to Come Forward

The Virgin Islands Lottery is elated that the territory sold a winning Powerball ticket valued at $2 million and that…

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Gov. John deJongh Jr. offers News Years wishes, and thanks to the people of the Virgin Islands for the honor of electing him to serve as their governor.

 
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Labor Department Offers Services for Hovensa Layoffs

The final shutdown of the Hovensa facility will affect about 170 employees for the company and its contractors, and the Department of Labor is working to provide services to them.

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2015-03-03 23:39:54
'Restaurant Fairy' Endows Taste of St. Croix Participants

To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the prestigious St. Croix Food and Wine Experience, organizers have enhanced events and found a “restaurant fairy” to ease the financial burden of participating restaurants.

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2015-03-03 23:25:51
Source Manager’s Journal: Failures of Imagination

In this world, the rules that have governed others don’t apply and the “lessons of history” are not applicable to the United States. The result is a failure of imagination.

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2015-03-03 23:04:09
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UVICELL Hosts Workshop on the Art of Ancient Egyptian Medicine

Ancient Egyptian medicine is an intimately profound and highly fascinating look at health, healing and well being from the position of the inner reality of the human experience.  The University of the Virgin Islands - Community Engagement and Lifelong Learning (UVICELL) Center give a five-hour presentation on the origin, foundation and fundamentals of the medical and healing practices of Ancient Egyptian physicians.
The session, entitled “Ancient Egyptian Medicine: The Psycho-Spiritual Basis of Human Well-Being,” will be provided in two parts.  Both sessions will be held from 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 27, and wrap-up on Wednesday, March 28.  The workshop will be held at the Melvin Evans Center on the St. Croix Campus and will be delivered via video conference to the UVICELL Center on the St. Thomas Campus.
The presentation will briefly examine the healing practices of the Ancient Egyptians and shed light on the implications for human health and well being in today's world.
For more information on the workshop, call 693-1100 or visit cell.uvi.edu.

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