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Cayman Net News

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Cayman Net News

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Cayman Net News publishes first newspaper following the storm The first edition of Cayman Net News to be published since Hurricane Ivan struck Grand Cayman arrived on the Island on Friday evening (September 17, 2004). The edition is a special issue, for which ... more

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By Steven Knipp
In order to help kick start the Brac's economy in the 1970s, for example, he built the first Brac Reef Hotel, and today his family owns the Little Cayman Beach Resort which boasts its own desalination plant, which provides 20,000 gallons of fresh water a day.


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By Steven Knipp
Younger Caymanians will immediately associate his name with Cox Lumber, the tiny three-man outfit in Florida which he bought in 1949 for $1,500 and then transformed into a mega-family business that employs more than 1,600 people and boasts annual sales in the hundreds of millions.


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Photo by Steven Knipp.
By Steven Knipp steve@caymannetnews.com


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Pictured from left to right; outgoing President Anthony Ritch, new President Debbie Ebanks, and John Ebanks, Lions Club Council Chairman for Multiple District 60 (the Caribbean region). (Photo by Stephen Knipp)
By Steven Knipp steve@caymannetnews.com


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