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Seeking company, finding community – Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorSeeking company, finding communityChristian Science MonitorBy David Wallis / March 14, 2012 As I sunned myself on a secluded, white-sand beach in rural Grenada, literally lounging under a coconut tree, one thought continually c...

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Former Prime Minister to be accorded a state funeral – SKNVibes.com

Former Prime Minister to be accorded a state funeralSKNVibes.comGEORGE, Grenada, March 13th, 2012 -- The Government of Grenada has declared two days of mourning in honor of former Prime Minister George Ignatius Brizan, who will be laid to rest at the S...

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Art with depth – Independent Online

Independent OnlineArt with depthIndependent OnlineBy Matt Carroll AP The underwater sculpture park aims to rejuvenate Grenada s marine life by providing a reef for coral and fish. I would love to give it a go, but my ears won't let me. When it come...

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Stanley Ray Dancer – Siskiyou Daily News

Stanley Ray DancerSiskiyou Daily NewsIn 1956 the family moved to Siskiyou County, where Stan worked at and later owned the Siskiyou Pellet Mill in Grenada, which he operated until his death. Stan is survived by three children, Larry Dancer and his wife...

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Delays in Grenada trial on Toronto man’s death – CANOE

Delays in Grenada trial on Toronto man's deathCANOEBy Chris Doucette, QMI Agency TORONTO - If defence lawyers get their way, it could be years before the cops accused of beating Toronto resident Oscar Bartholomew to death in Grenada stand trial. Th...

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Delays in Grenada trial on Toronto man’s death – Toronto Sun

Delays in Grenada trial on Toronto man's deathToronto SunBy Chris Doucette ,Toronto Sun If defence lawyers get their way, it could be years before the cops accused of beating Toronto resident Oscar Bartholomew to death in Grenada stand trial. The p...

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A Young Sprinter’s Ups and Downs on the Way to the Top – New York Times

A Young Sprinter's Ups and Downs on the Way to the TopNew York TimesISTANBUL — In just seven months, Kirani James, the groundbreaking teenager from the tiny island nation of Grenada, went from best to worst in a championship final. In August in D...

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Opposition leader disputes recession is over – Spice Islander

Opposition leader disputes recession is overSpice IslanderSt. George's, March 12, 2012 – The opposition leader in Grenada has dismissed claims by Finance Minister Nazim Burke that three years of economic recession in the country have ended. Burke...

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