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Weather in the World : finally in the 50s up North Washington is 51 degrees with clear skies while Boston is still 52 in clouds Chicago has 53 degrees still in the 30s in Denver. As we approach Palm Sunday they're calling it spring

79 Degrees in Crown Bay St. Thomas.  Under Mostly Clear Skies.
78%  humidity
Barometric pressure is 30.10 inches
Wind is from East at 12 MPH
No  rain at WSTA in the last 24 hours. 

National Weather Service says: A generally fair and mainly stable weather pattern is expected to prevail across the Virgin Islands for the next few days as a ridge of high pressure dominates the region's weather. Some patches of low level moisture will move across the local islands today.
Across the coastal waters, east-southeast winds to 18 knots (20 miles per hour) and seas to five feet are expected. Small craft operators are urged to exercise caution across the offshore Atlantic waters.

Forecast calls for: Sun and clouds mixed. High 79F. Winds ESE at 10 to 20 mph

Cruise Ship News the Norwegian Gem, Norwegian Sun, and Carnival Freedom Are at Havensight Dock

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At the top of the news on !!AIR – April 10 Thursday
News from the Joint Board of election. They will pay for the primary elections. Details remain to be worked out but the idea that the parties would do their own primaries has been replaced. Part of the problem is that the language in the law is vague, and there are a dozen sections in the Virgin Islands code that refer to the board conducting the primary. One says they submit a budget to fund the primary. But it is vague. The board of elections decided to pay for and sponsor the primary elections.

Interesting news from the Supreme Court. You can now view oral arguments streaming live on the court website. As the court convenes its fourth session this year visitors to the website will be able to view the oral arguments streamed live on mobile devices and smartphones. You can pause the live stream for your convenience. The website is and look for a tab for media services

She's back! The antique schooner Roseway is visiting the Virgin Islands. And she's going to take our school students on board for hands-on science lessons with the World Ocean School. Senate President Shawn Michael Malone says, "We are bringing more students aboard this floating classroom this year than ever before." He  says many students have never been aboard a sailboat. This year students from Charlotte Amalie High School, Ivanna Eudora Kean High School, Bertha C. Boschulte Junior High School, Antilles, Addelita Cancryn Junior High School and Gladys Abraham Elementary School are taking part. The students will learn about navigation, physics, marine biology, history, water safety and all about working in the marine industry.  Next week the World Ocean School will visit St. John and take on UVI students too.  Senator Malone said. "I ask the students to look around our harbor - there are billions of dollars floating there and all the boats they see have to be designed, built, staffed, maintained, managed and repaired."

Delegate Dr. Donna Christensen tells us from Washington that President Barrack Obama ‘s Office of National Drug Control Policy will develop a Caribbean border strategy. She calls of the direct result of many years of work on homeland security. The law requires the office to develop a Caribbean border strategy like the Southwest border and northern border. And focus on intelligence collection, information sharing, interdiction in the air, and sea and the ports, investigations, prosecutions, disrupting and dismantling drug trafficking organizations. The idea is to reduce drug-related violence.

You have been making good news for many months now working with Crime Stoppers. Law abiding citizens call the tip line and report what they know about a crime. Anonymously. Crime Stoppers helps caught crooks. Now Crime Stoppers says you can send text messages. Use your phone to send a text message.  Write USVI plus your message and send it to C-R-I-M-E-S - - that's 274637. Still anonymous. No one knows who said what. If you know about a crime, you can help the police catch the crooks, text USVI and what you know to CRIMES that's 274637. Your text message can help stop crime

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Independent Citizen Movement Political Party is meeting at Schneider Hospital Sunroom 6:00 PM this evening.  Nomination petitions will be available. New candidates are welcome.

WAPA have scheduled road closures on general Gade on St. Thomas as they install underground electrical conduits. General Gade will be closed this evening from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM and same time on Friday. General Gade will be closed on Saturday from 6:00 Am to Sunday at 6:00 PM.. It's smart to avoid General Gade for the next few days.

Rare Earth Studio presents a Jeweler Collection Development Intensive Workshop with Chuck Hunner, Master Flexible Mold Maker He will teach wax techniques for working with waxes, lost wax casting, vacuum casting, flexible mold making, lapidary and metal piercing.  Come to Rare Earth Studio, today & Friday – the wax casting workshop is coming to St Croix on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday from 8:30 to 5 pm at Good Hope School - St. Croix. Call Ivanne Farr at 777.7774

The CAHS class of 1965 will meet at five p.m. at Victor's new hideout.

A Taste of St. Croix  is one of the Ten Best International Food and Wine Festivals.   This evening the party is at the Divi Carina Bay Resort from 6 pm with more than 50 local restaurants, wineries and 100s of wines, rums, beers.  Live entertainment and a culinary competition.  After the dinner there is the Champagne After Party from 9 pm with music, dancing and champagne until wee hours in the morning. Included with A Taste of St. Croix Ticket.

Opera this evening at 7 pm at the Prior-Jollek Hall at Antilles School. The Forum presents La Boheme. - Puccini’s moving story of young love. Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimì with Vittorio Gri-golo as her lover, Rodolfo in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production. The Restaurant Group has food and beverages. Tickets are $20, $10 for teachers, $5 for students at the door. For more information call call 228-4777.

Does your child have an individualized education plan? Learn how to create a smart and effective plan and give your child the greatest success in school. This meeting Thursday, April 10 at 530 at the Disability Rights Center in Havensite mall. For more information call 776-4303

Here comes the Alfred O. Heath Distinguished Lecture Series. Last night was spectacular on St. Thomas – this evening he is on St Croix at 6 pm this evening in the Great Hall on the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix. The public is invited  it is free.

UVI has the third annual Research Day today from 10 am to 4 pm on St. Thomas in the Sports and Fitness Center and on St. Croix in the Great Hall on the Sheen Campus.  Research Day will showcase student and faculty research on community issues such as youth violence, ciguatera fish poisoning, the United States Virgin Islands census data online, colorism and college students, and social media. There will be round table discussions on a variety of topics: legalization of marijuana and the upcoming 100th transfer day. On St. Thomas topics include bio diesel fuel, West Indian lemongrass to treat cancer and a  discussion about responsible research. Today on St. Thomas at the sports and fitness center. On St. Croix at the Great Hall from 10 to 4.

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