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Council OK’s 1.75 mil tax increase; citizens upset over budget-busting – Daily Sentinel Star


Council OK's 1.75 mil tax increase; citizens upset over budget-busting
Daily Sentinel Star
The Grenada City Council on Friday adopted a 1.75 percent increase in millage for next year's budget and listened to a flurry of criticisms from citizens about overspending. The action came during a public hearing concerning the 2014 budget. A packed ...

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Chargers run way past Greenville-Weston – Daily Sentinel Star

Chargers run way past Greenville-WestonDaily Sentinel StarComing off a less than spectacular performance in a 21-13 win over Greenwood last weekend to open the 2013 season, the Grenada Chargers were looking for improvement as they headed back into the ...

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Mary Estelle Little Corder – Daily Sentinel Star

Mary Estelle Little CorderDaily Sentinel StarMs. Corder is survived by a daughter, Gloria Graham of New Albany; a son, Wayne Corder of Holcomb; three brothers, Johnny Little of Caledonia, Ladell Little of Lake Charles, La., and Dick Little of Grenada; ...

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IMF Team Visits Grenada – Caribbean Journal


IMF Team Visits Grenada
Caribbean Journal
The team, which began its visit on Sept. 2, will conclude its trip on Sept. 13. It is being led by Aliona Cebotari. The team will be focusing on the current economic situation in the country, Grenada's fiscal performance for 2013 and its proposed debt ...

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Grenada Prime Minister, Cuba Foreign Minister Hold Talks – Caribbean Journal


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Grenada Prime Minister, Cuba Foreign Minister Hold Talks
Caribbean Journal
Grenada Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell held talks with Cuba Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parilla this week, as part of the CARICOM-Cuba ministerial conference in St George's. Parilla said Grenada continued to be a “priority country for Cuba” in ...
Grenada making good progress says Prime MinisterSpice Islander

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Paul Scoon, Who Invited Grenada Invaders, Dies at 78 – New York Times


New York Times

Paul Scoon, Who Invited Grenada Invaders, Dies at 78
New York Times
Mr. Scoon had been a top-tier bureaucrat in Grenada in 1978 when Queen Elizabeth II appointed him to the position of governor general, the throne's official representative in a British Commonwealth country. With little administrative authority, the ...

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Grenada Lake crappie tournament approaching – Jackson Clarion Ledger


Grenada Lake crappie tournament approaching
Jackson Clarion Ledger
If you're a big slab crappie and your address is Grenada Lake, watch out — there's a price on your head. The Magnolia Crappie Club will host its Big Mama Open IV on Sept. 21 at Grenada Lake. The tournament is open to anyone that pays the $100 entry ...

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