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ST. THOMAS -- Elections officials announced the slate of candidates running for the vacant seat in the 32nd Legislature. But the candidate who won the election on Nov. 8 and was barred from taking the oath of office by a court order continues his fight with a new round of appeals. Among the thirteen hopefuls running in the April 8...
This is the fourth and final installment of Tradewinds’ “Young Authors” series featuring Lily in Wonderland. Interested in being featured as the next young author, please email stjohntradewinds@gmail.com. By Scout Age: 14 I walked a short while until I found the willow tree of which the grinning cat had spoken. I then followed the instructions he had given me. I said my destination...
Pictured above: The entire class looks on as instructor Julie Anderson (center) directs the "packaging of our patient." National Park personnel along with St. John Rescue EMTs participated in the 40 hour training. By Bob Malacarne, EMT, ASHI, NAEMT, NREMT Greetings to all our friends and neighbors on St. John. Three St. John Rescue members attended an intense 40 hour EMT training...
Elmond Richards, 76, our beloved father and friend passed away on March 5th, 2017.  Funeral services will be held Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 11 am at Bible Connection Ministries, Port Wentworth, Georgia. For more information, visit http://www.familiesfirstcare.com/elmond-richards/.
Looking for extreme privacy and magnificent south shore views from Ram's Head to St. Thomas? This classic island home is for you. Stone Court has recently gone under extensive renovations from top to bottom and is a must see! Complete with two spacious bedroom suites with outdoor showers and a third loft style bedroom that doubles as a den, Stone...
Members of the St. Thomas Association of Roadrunners welcome Danish athletes March 6 on St. Thomas. This was the scene early Sunday morning on St. Thomas for the first leg of the race. Next stop, St. John Thurs. Mar. 9 in Coral Bay. A marathon, a half marathon and a 10 k race will start at staggered times. Registration starts...
The St. John Historical Society is hosting the "All Ah We - St. John Families" fundraiser next Tuesday, March 14 at the Westin St. John Resort & Villas from 5:30 to 8:00pm. The annual fundraiser will highlight the history, culture, heritage and genealogies of Virgin Islands families, organizations, churches and schools. The evening will also include a silent auction and...
ST. THOMAS -- A few months before the 2016 General Election, St. John's representative on the district board of elections decided to run for the Senate. When the Supervisor of Elections said she could, but only if she gave up her seat on the board, Ivy Moses went to court. Now the VI Supreme Court has rendered its opinion on...
Tradewinds reached out to its email newsletter subscribers to submit articles, letters to the editor, opinions, etc. to share online. Below is the first piece received. If you are interested in sharing a story or writing to the editor, email stjohntradewinds@gmail.com. Photo courtesy of cinnamonbayresort.com. Winter 65-66, first visit, prompted by article about camping there in Sunday NY Times travel section. ...
ST. THOMAS -- A St. John couple who pleaded guilty of posing as FBI recruiters in 2015 are back in jail. District Court Judge Curtis Gomez revoked probation for defendants Yamini Potter, 31 and Alana Liburd, 36. Potter and Liburd were on the verge of completing supervised release as part of the sentencing in that case, but probation officials were...
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