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WHAT'S NEW IN THE SOURCE:THE INSIDE STORY

Here is a short update of new items inside St. Croix Source.
Local Government: The territory's Law Enforcement Planning Commission and the Department of Human Services are to receive more than $700,000 in federal funds to assist crime victims.
Op ed: Kirk Grybowski says not only could aquaculture work in St. Croix — it already does.
People: Yvonne Petersen replacing Robin Freeman as SEA's executive director.
This is where to find what's new inside St. Croix Source. Don't forget to check the 26 local sections available every day. If you want to know who is on a particular board or commission, or what WAPA feeder you are on check in Community/Data. Looking for something to do? Check out Things to Do and Calendar.
Click here to find out what's new in St. Thomas Source.

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