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WHAT'S NEW IN THE SOURCE: THE INSIDE STORY

Here is a short update of some new items inside the St. Thomas Source. This is a partial list only. Choose more stories and information from our menu at the left of your screen.
Local Government: The EPA will hold an informal public availability session on activities at the Tutu Wells Superfund Site … The only Senate meeting of the coming week is of the Finance Committee, on Tuesday and Wednesday, for a Fiscal Year 2004 budget overview by top administration financial officials … The Personnel Division's Recruitment and Classification section will close for staff training beginning Monday.
Open Forum: Reader is impressed by Paul Borghi's courage when attacked by a shark … A St. Thomas reader suggests a virtual Internet clearinghouse to link students and organizations needing community service … Lawrence Boschulte, chair of the St. Thomas-St. John Board of Elections, says the political parties need to provide brochures and Web site information to help registering voters decide which party affiliation, if any, they want to declare.
People: Research on paint chemicals done when she was 17 has gotten a UVI senior from St. Croix published in a scientific journal … Three Navy officers with St. Thomas connections, all assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, have just departed on a six-month deployment.
Calendar: The public is invited to the Sept. 29 morning meeting of the Joint Boards of Elections at the GERS Complex on St. Thomas.
Advertisers: Don't miss Dockside Books picks of the week: Garrison Keillor's "Love Me," fictional writer Larry Wyler's adventures at The New Yorker office, curing his writer's block by doing "Ask Mr. Blue," a newspaper advice column; and Al Franken's "Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them," telling those on the Right what's wrong with them.
Visitor's Center/Shopping: Check out the new arrivals at Urban Threadz!
Things to do: Saturdays and Sundays through the end of the month are "dollar days" at Coral World for residents.
Organizations: To assist potential applicants in preparing proposals for its next major deadline Nov. 1, the V.I. Humanities Council has scheduled grant-writing workshops beginning Sept. 29 on St. Thomas.
Community/Other stuff: Thirteen artists, framers and coordinators were honored Wednesday for their roles in the beautifying of Roy L. Schneider Hospital.
Movies: The critically acclaimed "Whale Rider" is here for another week; new arrivals include Nicolas Cage in "Matchstick Men" and the vampire flic "Underworld."
Schools: Registration for adult education courses at Cancryn School begins Sept. 29.
Op-ed: Source columnist Bill Turner takes time out from the need "to focus so much on what is wrong" to award an attaboy and smell the roses … The Investment Development Conference in Washington proved to be a much larger success than most had anticipated, says former St. Croix resident John DeLuca, who was there.
Community/Data: Gov. Charles W. Turnbull's proposed 2004 Executive Budget can be found here in its entirety.
On St. Croix, the Public Finance Authority, which acquired the King's Alley Hotel two years ago literally by default, may soon buy the adjacent King's Alley Walk as well … Two-hour parking in certain sections of Christiansted is a 10-year-old idea whose time has come, the president of a downtown business group says.
On St. John, national park archaeologists are digging again at Trunk Bay, which is known to be in the middle of a prehistoric village. They're spurred by concerns about the impact of a concrete walkway under construction near the beach. And yes, volunteers are needed.

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Here is a short update of some new items inside the St. Thomas Source. This is a partial list only. Choose more stories and information from our menu at the left of your screen.
Local Government: The EPA will hold an informal public availability session on activities at the Tutu Wells Superfund Site ... The only Senate meeting of the coming week is of the Finance Committee, on Tuesday and Wednesday, for a Fiscal Year 2004 budget overview by top administration financial officials ... The Personnel Division's Recruitment and Classification section will close for staff training beginning Monday.
Open Forum: Reader is impressed by Paul Borghi's courage when attacked by a shark ... A St. Thomas reader suggests a virtual Internet clearinghouse to link students and organizations needing community service ... Lawrence Boschulte, chair of the St. Thomas-St. John Board of Elections, says the political parties need to provide brochures and Web site information to help registering voters decide which party affiliation, if any, they want to declare.
People: Research on paint chemicals done when she was 17 has gotten a UVI senior from St. Croix published in a scientific journal ... Three Navy officers with St. Thomas connections, all assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, have just departed on a six-month deployment.
Calendar: The public is invited to the Sept. 29 morning meeting of the Joint Boards of Elections at the GERS Complex on St. Thomas.
Advertisers: Don't miss Dockside Books picks of the week: Garrison Keillor's "Love Me," fictional writer Larry Wyler's adventures at The New Yorker office, curing his writer's block by doing "Ask Mr. Blue," a newspaper advice column; and Al Franken's "Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them," telling those on the Right what's wrong with them.
Visitor's Center/Shopping: Check out the new arrivals at Urban Threadz!
Things to do: Saturdays and Sundays through the end of the month are "dollar days" at Coral World for residents.
Organizations: To assist potential applicants in preparing proposals for its next major deadline Nov. 1, the V.I. Humanities Council has scheduled grant-writing workshops beginning Sept. 29 on St. Thomas.
Community/Other stuff: Thirteen artists, framers and coordinators were honored Wednesday for their roles in the beautifying of Roy L. Schneider Hospital.
Movies: The critically acclaimed "Whale Rider" is here for another week; new arrivals include Nicolas Cage in "Matchstick Men" and the vampire flic "Underworld."
Schools: Registration for adult education courses at Cancryn School begins Sept. 29.
Op-ed: Source columnist Bill Turner takes time out from the need "to focus so much on what is wrong" to award an attaboy and smell the roses ... The Investment Development Conference in Washington proved to be a much larger success than most had anticipated, says former St. Croix resident John DeLuca, who was there.
Community/Data: Gov. Charles W. Turnbull's proposed 2004 Executive Budget can be found here in its entirety.
On St. Croix, the Public Finance Authority, which acquired the King's Alley Hotel two years ago literally by default, may soon buy the adjacent King's Alley Walk as well ... Two-hour parking in certain sections of Christiansted is a 10-year-old idea whose time has come, the president of a downtown business group says.
On St. John, national park archaeologists are digging again at Trunk Bay, which is known to be in the middle of a prehistoric village. They're spurred by concerns about the impact of a concrete walkway under construction near the beach. And yes, volunteers are needed.