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Weather in the World : 39 in Philadelphia with overcast skies, 43 in Boston with clouds, Chicago is 47 degrees, Denver has 36 degrees Minneapolis at 39 degrees is beginning to look like spring in the world

79 Degrees in Crown Bay St. Thomas.  Under crystal clear skies.
75%  humidity
Barometric pressure is 30.06 inches
Wind is from East North East at 25 MPH
No rain at WSTA in the last 24 hours. 

National Weather Service says:

Forecast calls for: A mix of clouds and sun. High near 80F. Winds E at 15 to 25 mph.

Cruise Ship News
Carnival Valor and the Celebrity Equinox are at Havensight Dock

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At the top of the news on !!AIR – April 7 Monday

Today is the day we celebrate the life of the late Governor Cyril Emmanuel King. There is a ceremony in Kingshill Cemetery at Governor King’s Mausoleum today. We honor and acknowledge the contributions and life of the Honorable Governor of the Virgin Islands, Cyril Emmanuel King was born April 7,1921 and was taken away abruptly in 1978 at the age of fifty-seven.  Though Governor King’s death came about mid-way through his tenure, his legacy of caring, responsive, and efficient government lives on through the platform, philosophy, and agenda of the Independent Citizens Movement political party.  The struggle for freedom, fight for justice, and march to progress is embedded in our daily lives and collective actions.Cyril E. King Day today.

The Senate Committee on Energy met Friday - The committee approved the “Feed-In Tariff Act” regarding renewable energy.  The act says that people who produce electricity from renewables resources like solar panels and wind generators can sell their excess electricity to WAPA using a fee schedule. A tariff scale will be implemented for a fixed period and the authority will buy the excess power generated at the rate set by the Act. The committee also approved an act requiring new construction or substantial modifications to use energy-efficient solar systems for 70% of water heating.

Rosemary Sauter-Frett is back in the Virgin Islands. The Real Estate Fugitive was Extradited Back to VI  and St. Thomas police arrested Rosemary Sauter-Frett on Friday. She will face charges of Obtaining Money By False Pretense, Embezzlement By Fiduciaries and Operating a Criminal Enterprise.    Sauter-Frett was held on a one million dollars bail and remanded to the Bureau of Corrections pending further court action.

The Virgin Islands Carnival Committee kicked off the 2014 Carnival schedule on Saturday with the Bud Light Platinum Calypso Elimination Tent, at the Crown Bay Center.  Seventeen calypsonians battled Saturday night to be one of ten finalist to compete against reigning Calypso King Souljah for the 2014 Calypso Monarch title. The finalists selected to compete for the Carnival Calypso Monarch title are: Singing Jackie, Mighty Pat, Broc Lee, Solemnity, King Kan, Sarrow, King Spade, Super T, Toby Dee, and Ras Nisha. The Calypso Competition is coming up, April 24, at 8 pm at Lionel Roberts Stadium.
Big thank you to West Indies Company, that distributes Bud Light Platinum, and the Port Authority supporting the Calypso Revue.

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Lost Person. Dejah Wharton is missing.  She and her friend Becky were last seen on Sat in the area around Oswald Harris Court Community.  Dejah is 14, dark skin, medium build and she normally lives in Mariendhl. If you know the whereabouts of Dejan Wharton call her uncle Mr. Francis at 771-2484. Or contact the Police Department

Senate President Shawn-Michael Malone formally declared his candidacy for the Democratic Party's nomination for Delegate to the United States Congress. Malone said "It is time for a new conversation with the Federal Government," and continued saying. "I am qualified, prepared and ready to start that conversation... It will require proven leadership and discerning vision to help bring our islands into our own as we approach our 100th anniversary as a United States Territory. He said, “ it is time for Virgin Islanders to stand up and be counted as equally American with greater self-determination and the rights to access the same healthcare, disability, senior and veterans benefits as those residing in the 50 United States." Senator Malone is serving his 6th term as a local Senator. This time as Senate President.

The University of the Virgin Islands Communication Program is making a resounding impact in the region and beyond. Many of UVI’s communication graduates are working in the communications industry providing news and information to the public.  Rich Motta is a Communications Officer in the Office of Sen. Diane Capehart. Sheniqua Robinson is a news reporter on TV2 on St. Croix. Wyndi Ambrose is writing for the Avis.  Jonathan Paul is a reporter for the Source, Leslyn Tonge is an administrative specialist in the Provost’s Office. Twanna Hodge is pursuing a master’s degree in library science at the University of Washington. April Rose Fale-Knight is a reporter with News 2 on TV2 and sometimes anchors the news. Nesha David worked with ZIZ in St. Kitts, and now works for the Department of Constituency Empowerment for the Government of St. Kitts/ Nevis. Jaedee Caines is going to graduate school at the University of Leicester, in the United Kingdom. UVI Associate Professor of Journalism Dr. Gillian Royes said, “Our goal is to continue to grow along with the world’s changing technology in journalism, public relations, broadcasting, internet media and university’s radio station WUVI, AM 1090 AM and online at Department Chairman Dr. Alexander Randall said,  “We expect to grow the program to reach our neighboring islands and raise the caliber of public media throughout the region.”

The public is invited to watch the final day of competition in the 36th annual Virgin Islands Quiz Bowl, which begins at 8:30 a.m. Monday at Bertha C. Boschulte Middle School on St. Thomas. Monday's competition begins with Antilles matched against Good Hope-Country Day.

Our virtue of the week is trust. Trust is having faith in someone or something.  It is a positive attitude about life.  You are confident that the right thing will happen without trying to control it or make it happen.  Even when difficult things happen, trust helps us to find the gift or lesson in it.
You are practicing trust when you …
*   Believe there is some good in everything that happens.
*   Look for the lessons in painful experiences.
*   Let trust take away your worries.
*   Know that your best is good enough.
*   Trust others unless you have good reasons not to.
*   Don’t nag, worry, or try to take control.
Affirmation:  I am trusting.  I have no need to control others.  I release fear and worry. I feel at peace and know I am not alone.

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