Should We Rename Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium in Honor of Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce?

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Usain Bolt Statue As our athletes continued their remarkable performances ath the 15th IAAF World Championships, locals were trying to find ways to honor our two most successful athletes. Falmouth Mayor Garth Wilkinson was the first to suggest erecting a statue of Usain Bolt in Trelawny, and more specifically, Falmouth, where he was born. Rename...

Happy Independence Day from Falmouth News! Food for thought

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We here at Falmouth News wish you a happy Independence Day. Independence is a time to not only celebrate what we have achieved as a country, but also to look at what we did wrong, and how we can make it right. There are many positives about Jamaica land we love. As a people, it...

Cockpit Country Mining Scandal – Who Is Lying?

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Cockpit Country in Southern Trelawny The Cockpit Country in Southern Trelawny is a mountain range that spans the neighbouring parishes of St. Ann, St. Elizabeth, and St.James. It is called the Cockpit Country because of the conical hills that have the appearance of the old fighter planes’ cockpit. It is the largest contiguous rainforest in Jamaica and contains several...