Judge asks for public’s help with firearms ‘scourge’

After sending four men to prison for possession of unlicensed handguns on Friday, Justice Michael Wood asked the public for help in wiping out what he called a firearm "scourge."

Junior golfers battle poor weather

Young golfers faced tough conditions for the Elite Marble & Granite Junior U.S. Open that was held at North Sound Golf Club on June 18.

Hundreds watch Cayman defeat Mexico

Despite heavy downpours, about 800 people turned out Saturday to watch the RHSW Cayman National XV historically defeat the Mexican National XV at the Health City Cayman Big Game 8 held at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in George Town.

Cayman gymnasts to compete internationally

Morgan Lloyd, Sami Peene, Raegan Rutty and Igor Magalhaes will represent the Cayman Islands at two international gymnastics competitions this month. The team of Lloyd, Peene and Magalhaes, with coaches Kelley Paz and Mikey Malin, will travel to Gotland, Sweden, for the NatWest Island Games from June 24-30.


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