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Dec. 27, 2003 – What were the top news stories of the year 2003 in the Virgin Islands?
Not everyone will agree, of course, but the Source would like to know what its readers think they were.
The Source staff will be drawing its own conclusions, and publishing them on New Year's Day, but we are open to influence. And our unique interactive capability makes it easy for you to let us know your thoughts.
Were the territory's most important – or perhaps most insistent? – stories this year those having to do with government achievements? Government failures? Natural phenomena? Economic matters? Business concerns? Tourism considerations? People issues? Arts accomplishments? Technological advances? Political setbacks? Man's inhumanity to man and beast?
This isn't a quiz; there are no "correct" answers. It's what you think, and we would like to know what your thoughts are.
E-mail your story lists to the Source with Top 10 Stories in the "subject" line. We need to receive them by 9 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 31.

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