Category : News

9 months ago

Status Threat – Then and Now

By Wornie Reed, Ph.D. I spent last weekend in my small hometown, McIntosh, Alabama, participating in high school homecoming activities. To my surprise, the town has a black mayor. This news caused me to reflect even more on the election of an African...

9 months ago

Thinking About Getting a Flu Shot? Now’s the Time

By Glenn Ellis (TriceEdneyWire.com) As summer becomes a faint memory for most of us, winter is just around the corner. This year’s Farmer’s Almanac has a sobering forecast for winter 2019-2020: “Get ready for shivers, snowflakes, and slush! Big chill...

9 months ago

Saint Lucia Seamoss Undergoes Branding & Packaging Change

Press Release:– Saint Lucia’s sun-dried seamoss is undergoing a major branding and packaging change. Spearheaded by Export Saint Lucia with support from the Department of Fisheries, Saint Lucia Bureau of Standards and Saint Lucia’s Seamoss Farm...

9 months ago

The Power of Unity

By Dr. E. Faye Williams, Esq. (TriceEdneyWire.com) – I had the opportunity to speak for the closing session at the meeting of the World Conference of Mayors that was held at Tuskegee University in Alabama a few days ago. I have attended an untold num...

9 months ago

Former Minister Supports Change In Eating Habits

Former Agriculture Minister Moses ‘Musa’ Jn Baptiste is encouraging a change in eating habits among Saint Lucians, asserting that local food production and marketing is a guaranteed way of increasing the positive health outcomes of Saint Lucians and...

9 months ago

Boris Johnson Declares A Brexit Agreement In Place

Sky News:– Boris Johnson has claimed a “great new deal” has been done with the EU on Brexit, just hours after the DUP appeared to scupper his chances of getting anything through parliament. Mr Johnson has been negotiating with EU of...

9 months ago

Vieux Fort Bus Drivers End Strike Over Arrest Of Colleague

Vieux Fort bus drivers Wednesday ended a strike over the arrest of a colleague, following a meeting with Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry. Moncherry had informed the drivers that he would not meet with them under duress and advised that they re...

9 months ago

Indian Nun ‘Denied Justice’ By Vatican

BBC News:- An Indian Catholic nun expelled after she spoke out against a bishop accused of rape says she has been “denied justice” by the Vatican. Sister Lucy Kalappura said she was disappointed by a Vatican decision to reject her appeal...

9 months ago

PM Announces Christmas Barrel Concessions

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has announced the approval of the granting of concessions on barrels imported at Christmas. The announcement was made on Chastanet’s official Facebook page. The PM noted that the Cabinet Conclusion No. 913 dated Septemb...

9 months ago

Sen. Alexander Holds Up Funding for HBCUs

By Peter White NASHVILLE, TN — If you ever wanted to know why Congress can’t get things done, ask Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN). He knows. Last month, Alexander threw a monkey wrench into the passage of the FUTURE Act, a bi-partisan bill to fund His...

9 months ago

Metro Assessor Wilhoite Presented the Certificate of Excellence

NASHVILLE, TN — Vivian Wilhoite, Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County Assessor, and Staff of the Office of Assessments received the Certificate of Excellence in Assessment Administration from the International Association of Assessing Officers...

9 months ago

Kincannon or Mannis? The People Will Decide

By Vivian Shipe KNOXVILLE, TN — When the polls open for early voting on October 16th in Knoxville the citizens of Knoxville will be making a decision between two of current Mayor Rogero’s former employees: Indya Kincannon and Eddie Mannis. By the tim...