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Crappie tournaments come to Grenada Lake – Daily Sentinel Star

Crappie tournaments come to Grenada LakeDaily Sentinel StarThe Magnolia Crappie Club will have the Big Mama Open Saturday, March 15 at Grenada Lake. The event is an Open Tournament with no membership required. Teams will be comprised of two anglers alo...

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House actions hoping to help local economy – Daily Sentinel Star

House actions hoping to help local economyDaily Sentinel StarAs reported previously, I along with several other House members, sponsored House Bill 127 which will provide Grenada and the small municipalities in the region with funds to revitalize their...

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William Lee Champion – Daily Sentinel Star


William Lee Champion
Daily Sentinel Star
In addition to her parents, Mrs. Davis is survived by her husband, Calvin Ray Sr. of Grenada; a daughter, Cecily T. Ray of Grenada; a son, Calvin “C.J.” Ray Jr. of Grenada; eight sisters, Patricia Blanche, Linda Blanche, Molly Jean Blanche, Zeffer ...

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Quick tour offers a taste of Grenada – Travel Weekly

Quick tour offers a taste of GrenadaTravel WeeklyI set off with Michael, an Island Routes Caribbean Adventures guide, to see what I could see of Grenada in three hours. It was a tall order and only enough time for a small sampling of what the island ha...

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Kelly McParland: Putin acts like a former Soviet KGB agent. Why are we surprised? – National Post


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Kelly McParland: Putin acts like a former Soviet KGB agent. Why are we surprised?
National Post
That's the sort of thing they did in the old days — for instance, when President Ronald Reagan sent U.S. marines to seize Grenada in 1983, after its government was toppled by a communist hardliner, turning the smallest independent country in the ...
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Flashback: Why Ronald Reagan Invaded Grenada – Mother Jones

Mother JonesFlashback: Why Ronald Reagan Invaded GrenadaMother Jones[Earlier this month, Prime Minister Maurice] Bishop was seized. He and several members of his cabinet were subsequently executed, and a 24-hour shoot-to-kill curfew was put in effect. ...

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Grenada teachers stage protest action to force government to issue backpay – Caribbean360.com


Grenada teachers stage protest action to force government to issue backpay
Caribbean360.com
GEORGE'S, Grenada, Thursday March 6, 2014, CMC – The Grenada Union of Teachers (GUT) Wednesday said it as pleased with the response of its members to the first wave of protest action to force the Keith Mitchell government to pay arrears to public ...

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Grenada teachers protest for back-pay to civil servants – Jamaica Observer


Grenada teachers protest for back-pay to civil servants
Jamaica Observer
ST GEORGE'S, Grenada (CMC) – The Grenada Union of Teachers (GUT) Wednesday said it was pleased with the response of its members to the first wave of protest action to force the Keith Mitchell government to pay arrears to public servants. “Today, we ...

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Grenada eyes upscale European tourism market – Trinidad Guardian


Grenada eyes upscale European tourism market
Trinidad Guardian
ST GEORGE'S—Grenada says it plans to recapture its position on the European tourism market and using the one week ITB Berlin that begins today to launch the initiative. Described as the world's largest tourism convention, ITB Berlin Convention ...

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