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NSTB sets Nov. 16 hearing on Miss. railway closure – WXVT

NSTB sets Nov. 16 hearing on Miss. railway closureWXVT16 in Winona, Miss., on a proposal to abandon 83 miles of track from Grenada to Canton. The Mississippi Transportation Commission, the attorney general's office, members of the state's congr...

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Grenada yet again OECS Swimming Champions – Spice Islander

Spice IslanderGrenada yet again OECS Swimming ChampionsSpice IslanderSt. George's, November 8, 2011 – For yet another year, Grenada has captured the team swim title among countries of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS). Only this...

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Grenada’s one ticket, eight destinations concept – eTurboNews

eTurboNewsGrenada's one ticket, eight destinations concepteTurboNewsGrenada is working hard on the development of a multi-destination concept, where travelers purchase one ticket for eight destinations. At the World Travel Market, Grenada Director ...

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OPINION: Law and Politics: Our politics, conflicts and sadness – Middle East North Africa Financial Network

OPINION: Law and Politics: Our politics, conflicts and sadnessMiddle East North Africa Financial NetworkNov 08, 2011 (Caribbean News Now - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- The Constitution of Grenada, in one of the preambles that s...

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Antigua & Barbuda accrue 113 medals at OECS Swim Meet – Antigua Observer

Antigua & Barbuda accrue 113 medals at OECS Swim MeetAntigua ObserverThe 29-member team, which amassed a total of 1139 points, finished behind hosts St Lucia and Grenada who tied in the number one position with 1484 points each. St Vincent & th...

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Hearing set for rail closing – DeSoto Times Today

Hearing set for rail closingDeSoto Times Today16 on the potential closure of 81.3 miles of track from Canton to Grenada owned by Grenada Railway LLC. DeSoto County Administrator Michael Garriga will represent DeSoto County at the public hearing which i...

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US Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation 2012 Competition Open – ZIZ Live

ZIZ LiveUS Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation 2012 Competition OpenZIZ LiveThe Eastern Caribbean has benefited significantly from the AFCP, with US$138280 being awarded over the last ten years to six major projects in Dominica, Grenada, and St....

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Brought up in poverty, medic was deep in debt – Scotsman

Telegraph.co.ukBrought up in poverty, medic was deep in debtScotsmanDR CONRAD Murray had travelled a long way from his childhood in Grenada – where he went to school barefoot because his family could not afford to buy him shoes. By the time Michael J...

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CONSUMER SENTIMENT IN GRENADA NOW THE LOWEST IN CARICOM – Barnacle

CONSUMER SENTIMENT IN GRENADA NOW THE LOWEST IN CARICOMBarnacleNovember 4th 2011, St. George's Grenada: Former Minister for Finance, Hon. Anthony Boatswain says he is not surprised that the recent quarterly survey of Consumer Sentiment by the Depar...

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