Bomb cyclone pummels NYC-bound cruise carrying 4,000 passengers

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If you think a coastal cruise was the place to be when last week’s “bomb cyclone” hit the East Coast, think again. A Norwegian Cruise Line carrying 4,000 passengers on their way back to New York from the Bahamas ran smack into the storm at sea, and the experience was anything but a vacation. “I’m Read More

WNCC women race by Trinidad State for 15th win of season

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The Western Nebraska Community College women’s basketball team put four players in double figures and earned their 15th win of the season with an 82-57 Region IX South Sub-region win over Trinidad State Junior College Saturday afternoon at Cougar Palace. Melisa Kadic led the Cougar attack with 19 points, including three 3-pointers in the Cougars eighth straight victory. Read More

WNCC women race by Trinidad State for 15th win of season

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The Western Nebraska Community College women’s basketball team put four players in double figures and earned their 15th win of the season with an 82-57 Region IX South Sub-region win over Trinidad State Junior College Saturday afternoon at Cougar Palace. Melisa Kadic led the Cougar attack with 19 points, including three 3-pointers in the Cougars eighth straight victory. Read More

Former PM of St. Kitts & Nevis ready to give the people a brighter future

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Basseterre, St. Kitts – Former Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Hon. Dr. Denzil Douglas said Friday (Jan. 5th) his St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) is preparing to return to office to improve the quality of life of the people of the twin-island Federation. In remarks at his 18th annual New Year’s Gala at the Read More

Rally in Support of Iranian People and #IranProtests

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iran, iran protests, leaders and representatives of the Iranian-American communities gathered in front of the White House to stand in solidarity and unity with the Iranian people The best gift the United States can give the Iranian people is a digital lifeline, so the world can witness their brave struggle and encourage them to prevail.” Read More

Jamaica’s Garth Gayle appointed to PASO Coaching, Education Commission

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Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) second vice-president Garth Gayle has been appointed to the Coaching and Education Commission of the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), the governing sport body for the Americas. Gayle’s appointment was made by PASO’s p resident Neven Ilic Álvarez. The announcement of Gayle’s appointment was made recently by JOA President Christopher Samuda, who was also appointed Read More

3 arrested for 42 kilos of cannabis

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he Police say that three persons are likely to be charged tomorrow after they were found with 42 kilograms of cannabis at Golden Fleece, Essequibo Coast, Region 2. According to reports, the persons were arrested in the Back Street of the village after police acted on information they received which resulted in a raid. The Read More

Pregnant woman charged for accepting stolen phone

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A pregnant woman made her appearance before City Magistrate Judy Latchman on Friday charged for knowingly accepting a stolen cellphone. Samantha Sam, 21, of Georgetown, denied that she obtained a Samsung cellphone; property of Elizabeth Percival, from another knowing same to be stolen or unlawfully obtained between November 2017 and January 2018. The prosecution is Read More

Türkiye’de güneş ışıkları projesi

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. Türkiye’deki yeni projeye güneş lambalarının yerleştirilmesi aptaldı. Yolda 300’den fazla Solaris lambalı parça monte edildi STANBUL, Турция, January 7, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — . Türkiye’deki yeni projeye güneş lambalarının yerleştirilmesi aptaldı. Yolda 300’den fazla Solaris lambalı parça monte edildiSolar sokak lambalarının en yeni gelişimi “Solaris”, kablosuz bir versiyon, entegrasyon tarzı. Hepsi tek bir durumda: güneş Read More