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Refrain from labelling students

By Terry Nisbett


The principal of a special education school in Jamaica has found that primary schools are sending many students who have no intellectual disabilities to her institution. According to the Jamaica Gleaner, Principal Sylvestina Reid of Randolph Lopez School of Hope finds that at the beginning or end of the school year, there is an increase in the number of students...

Steam locomotives helped open the United States

lunch_breakYou know the sound, chu-chu-chu and the high whine of a whistle blowing smoke. The sound is irretrievably linked to...

California’s push for cleaner buses could edge out natural gas

Fifteen years ago, California led the way to cleaner transit buses with strict tailpipe emissions standards that...

Freedom Run 2015

page9b40~ Participate in history ~

This year, we celebrate the 152nd anniversary of St. Maarten's Abolishment of Slavery...

Ready - Set - Sail in the Caribbean Part 2

Pic_1._Jantis_conch_island_bar~ Swimming with turtles & climbing a 4,000 feet volcano ~


By Laura Bijnsdorp


We had had a great...

For sale: Missile-launch facility

ebat~ eBay obsession ~


By Tom Burnett


What are you looking for? An intercontinental ballistic...


Lisa~ Words of wit and wisdom from our fathers ~


By Lisa Davis-Burnett


We all have that voice in our...

Taking the trolley uptown

robert~ Urban renaissance so sweet ~

By Tom Burnett

Trolley, tram, or street car? Whatever you want to call those...

No Kidding with our Kids After School Activities Program

DSC_0936~ Celebrates 20 years of caring, teaching, & fun ~


“We will continue on our path with dedication and...

Root Beer: The Beloved Beverage

DSC03352~ A sweet indulgence with a complex story ~



Once called Sassafras Tea or simply “root tea,” the...

Peeling rubber, crossing borders and getting sunburned

1._Posing_on_an_ATV~ Doing an island tour on an ATV ~

By Rik Haverman

When you think of an all-terrain vehicle (ATV), you perhaps...

Teen Carnival Queen and Animal Defenders team up

mercedes_story_24Jondalin Brown isn't just a beauty with a bright smile. The 13-year-old is giving of her time and energy to help...

American Trains in all their Glory

4a~ A Texas Museum Preserves History ~


by Tom Burnett


The Museum of the American Railroad is a...

Bird Watch SXM

grassquit-femaleBy Mark Yokoyama


Eye on Endemics: Black-faced Grassquit


This common resident has a cheerful, chirpy...

Do jellyfish poop?

EPIC’s Environmental Education Program


By Laura Bijnsdorp


In November 2014, I was hired to run...

Caribbean women in geology

aaa~ Pushing against the glass ceiling ~


By Lisa Davis-Burnett


If you drive a car, fly in a plane, run...

Ready Set Sail in South America

1._Corina_IV_vs._Early_Purple~ Brazil, French Guiana and Suriname ~

By Kippy Gilders

The cruising community is like a village, except it's...

A Caribbean history questioned

1._An_eighteenth~ Dismissing the cannibal myth ~

By Rik Haverman

As a historian, I started to delve into the history of St. Maarten...

Is Buying a Picasso the Best Way to Spend $180 Million?

1._Picassos_Les_FBy Montague Kobbé


Last week Christie's made all the headlines after Picasso's Les...

Rae Merlet receives Elton Jones Award

4._Elton_Jones_Aw~ Candlelight Memorial envisions brighter future ~

The face of HIV/AIDS has drastically changed over the past...

On the hunt for dinosaur footprints in Texas

5~ Evidence of things past ~


Written by Lisa Davis-Burnett


Call us nerds if you must, but the...

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Tuesday, 07 July 2015
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Tuesday, 07 July 2015
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FISU World University Championships
Monday, 06 July 2015
Felix Brown, from St. Martin, front row seventh from left, is in Korea on the French University... Read more...
 St. Maarten’s Bodybuilders place at Trinidad Invitational
Monday, 06 July 2015
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Monday, 06 July 2015
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Monday, 06 July 2015
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Refrain from labelling students
Friday, 03 July 2015
By Terry Nisbett   The principal of a special education school in Jamaica has found that... Read more...
Steam locomotives helped open the United States
Friday, 03 July 2015
You know the sound, chu-chu-chu and the high whine of a whistle blowing smoke. The sound is... Read more...
Editorial - A little boost
Monday, 06 July 2015
The increase in St. Martin’s income tax reduction rate for hotel renovations (see Monday paper)... Read more...
Editorial - To be continued
Monday, 06 July 2015
The verdict in the case brought by two staffers of St. Maarten Housing Development Foundation... Read more...
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Notices July 7
Monday, 06 July 2015
Educational Scholarship Be the Change Foundation has set up the first Erika Cannegieter Dream Big... Read more...
Notices July 6
Monday, 06 July 2015
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