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Marion Jones Sent To Jail [ARCHIVED]

Source – FoxReno Read News 1st on Marion Jones-Thompson Pleaded Guilty. ALBANY, New York- Marion Jones was sentenced Friday to six months in prison for lying about using steroids and a check-fraud scam, despite beseeching the judge that she not be separated from her…
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What to do when an earthquake strikes? [ARCHIVED]

What to do when an earthquake strikes? Since there were recently about 2 earthquakes in the Caribbean, let me help spread the word about some reliable information on earthquakes. If you didn’t know anything or much on earthquakes, I hope this news post gave you some form…
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Earthquake off Dominica (Today) [ARCHIVED]

Yes this is true; there was another earthquake today, right here in the Caribbean, but this time, in only one island. The earthquake was off Dominica. As Soon I find more information ill, post more. Earthquake Details below: Magnitude 5.4 Date & Time ·Wednesday…
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Barbados National Anthem

Barbados National Anthem Mr. C. Van Roland Edwards, physically challenged by partial blindness, composed the music for the National Anthem, for which the lyrics were written by Mr. Irving Burgie, a renowned Barbadian/American composer. The National Anthem In plenty and in…
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Barbados National Pledge and National Flower [ARCHIVED]

The National Pledge I Pledge allegiance to my country Barbados and to my Flag, To uphold and defend their honour, And by my living, to do credit to my nation, Wherever I go. The National Flower The National Flower of Barbados, known in Barbados since 1657, is the Pride of…
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Fiction Story: "Report Card" (Written By Me) [ARCHIVED]

Well, I normally don’t write stories for “fun”, but I wrote this one a while ago when I was practicing writing essays for my English Caribbean Examination Council Exam (CXC). Of course in the end, I ended up, passing the English CXC :).  I still haven’t…