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One arrest in stabbing – Daily Sentinel Star

One arrest in stabbingDaily Sentinel StarA Grenada man took a sharp knife to the chest during an apparent a domestic dispute during the weekend. Assistant Police Chief George Douglas identified the victim as Jessie Swims, 33, of Grenada. Douglas said p...

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Hubert Lawrence | Well done, Grenada – Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica GleanerHubert Lawrence | Well done, GrenadaJamaica GleanerSince 2004, the Jamaica Invitational has guaranteed local fans an up close and personal look at some of the world best track and field athletes. From Gail Devers and Marion Jones to Carm...

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Learn About LGBTQ Rights in Grenada – Torontoist


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Learn About LGBTQ Rights in Grenada
Torontoist
In order to gauge the progress of LGBTQ equality rights in Canada, it's important to be aware of equality struggles worldwide, including areas such as Uganda and Jamaica. In the past few years, there's been some significant progress in Grenada, and ...
LGBTQ activists in Caribbean ask Canada for support, not salvationrdnewsnow.com

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Sales tax returns stay positive – Daily Sentinel Star

Sales tax returns stay positiveDaily Sentinel StarSales tax figures show that Grenada is still in close range to other North Mississippi towns, but February statistics dropped a bit. The returns showed Grenada in good company when it comes to area town...

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Lawsuit: Water is polluted in Grenada and Water Valley – Oxford Eagle


Lawsuit: Water is polluted in Grenada and Water Valley
Oxford Eagle
WATER VALLEY — Mississippi's attorney general is suing companies it accuses of dumping toxic chemicals in Grenada and Water Valley that polluted the groundwater and air. The attorney general's office filed two lawsuits Friday after an outcry from ...

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Mississippi sues firms, saying they polluted the environment – The Daily Progress


Mississippi sues firms, saying they polluted the environment
The Daily Progress
GRENADA, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi's attorney general is suing companies it accuses of dumping toxic chemicals in Grenada and Water Valley that polluted the groundwater and air. The attorney general's office filed two lawsuits Friday after outcry from ...

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Serenity Cruise Ship Makes First Call on Grenada – Caribbean360.com (subscription)


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Serenity Cruise Ship Makes First Call on Grenada
Caribbean360.com (subscription)
The luxurious Serenity of Crystal Cruises docked in the beautiful St George's Harbour last Tuesday, bringing just over 1,000 passengers and 655 crew members. Crystal Cruises is the world's most awarded luxury cruise line with its fleet covering the globe.

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Former calypso monarch Akima Paul appointed Grenada’s High Commissioner – Soca News


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Former calypso monarch Akima Paul appointed Grenada's High Commissioner
Soca News
Born and raised in Victoria, Grenada, Akima went to St Joseph's Convent. She first came to prominence while championing the cause of environmental protection in a local newspaper, as a result of which she became, at 15, one of the youngest people to ...

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