Thursday, July 27, 2017 8:40 pm Last modified: 3:04 pm

Commentary

V.I. Cannot Afford Further Delays in Main Street Enhancement Project

Filippo Cassinelli has concerns about the completion of the Main Street Enhancement Project at a time when the Virgin Islands is starting to lose ground to other tourism destinations.
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A News Story Shouldn’t Bring More Trauma to a Victim

Clema S. Lewis, executive director of the Women’s Coalition of St. Croix, says that the V.I. Consortium went too far when it gave details of a woman’s allegation of a sexual assault.
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Boschulte Turns Over WICO to a New Captain

Joseph Boschulte, the outgoing CEO of the West Indian Company Ltd., says goodbye and offers some insights.
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Virtue of the Week: Commitment

Commitment is caring deeply about something or someone. It is deciding carefully what you want to do, then giving 100 percent, holding nothing back. ... You finish what you start. You keep your promises.
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Open Your Eyes

Arthur Joseph questions whether those who govern the Virgin Islands see themselves as the servants of the people or the rulers.
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Patient Care Continues Uninterrupted at CKCI

Schneider Regional Medical Center informs the public that cancer treatment continues to be available at the Charlotte Kimelman Cancer Institute despite the financial challenges it faces.
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Virtue of the Week: Integrity

Integrity is living by your highest values. It is being honest and sincere. Integrity helps you listen to your conscience, to do the right thing and to tell the truth. You act with integrity when your words and actions match.
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Virtue of the Week: Truthfulness

Truthfulness is being honest in your words and actions. You don't tell lies even to defend yourself. Don't listen to gossip or prejudice. See the truth for yourself. Don't try to be more that you are to impress others. Be yourself, your true self.
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Source Manager’s Journal: Some Rules for the Crisis

There is always the tendency to view big issues in the context of good and evil; inevitably followed by figuring out "who is to blame," rather than saying, 'Here is the problem we face, what are our choices, and what is the best choice?'
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Virtue of the Week: Trustworthiness

Trustworthiness is being worthy of trust. People can count on you to do your best, to keep your word, and to follow through on your commitments. You do what you say you will do. Trustworthiness is a key to success in anything you do.
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