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WICO Marks 107 Years of Service to the Virgin Islands Community

Staff Consortium | December 12, 2019

This week, The West Indian Company, Ltd. (WICO), manager of the U.S. Virgin Islands busiest cruise ship port, marks its one-hundred-seventh year of continuous operation, WICO said Thursday. Anthony Ottley, WICO’s interim president and CEO felt this anniversary to be significant, saying, "This is an exceptional accomplishment as there are only two other major companies still in operation since the islands' Danish era. WICO is in rare company, and we are proud of our legacy of service to the Virgin Islands." Mr. Ottley identified the two remaining centennial companies as Cruzan Rum and I. Levin. Through a charter issued by the Danish Government, WICO was founded to assist in the economic development of the then Danish West Indies. The company constructed a dock on Long Bay's southeastern shore to provide bunkering and transshipment services…

Bryan and Family Encouraging Residents to Attend Christmas…

Staff Consortium | December 12, 2019

Governor Albert Bryan, First Lady Yolanda Bryan and First Daughter Sumayah Bryan are inviting the Virgin…

Fire at Dept. of Labor Offices on St. Croix Affects…

Staff Consortium | December 10, 2019

ST. CROIX -- The Department of Labor St. Croix offices reopened today following a small fire on Monday…

CHS Announces Annual Grade-level Meetings

Staff Consortium | December 10, 2019

The St. Croix Central High School counseling staff will hold annual grade-level meetings on December…

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