The Morning News for October 14, 2010

by Dave on October 14, 2010

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This Week’s Coastal Sussex Weekly Magazine (Coastal Sussex)
In this week’s magazine: a local film captures stories of WWII; Google invests in offshore wind in the region; Steve Kogler bakes up a business; learning local with Club Z tutoring; and more (Click here to read on your computer) or (Click here for a printable PDF file)

Major Marijuana Bust In Milton (Coastal Sussex)
Delaware State Police Sussex Drug Unit and the Sussex Governor’s Task Force conducted an investigation Monday into marijuana manufacturing off of Round Pole Bridge Road in Milton. (MORE)

O’Donnell, Coons to appear at Rehoboth candidates forum (Cape Gazette)
U.S. Senate candidates Christine O’Donnell and Chris Coons will face off at the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce’s legislative candidates forum at 1 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 20, at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. (MORE)

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O’Donnell Shown Dressed as Witch in Sussex Effigy (WBOC)
In a recent campaign ad, she insists she’s not a witch. But a Christine O’Donnell effigy is dressed with the pointy, black hat and a “hocus pocus” sign along a busy Sussex County highway. (MORE)

The buying of Delaware elections (Coast Press)
The Republican nomination to the United States Senate was being highjacked by a political neophyte and the shock waves reverberated from one end of Delaware to the other. (MORE)

State Retains AAA Bond Rating (Coastal Sussex)
The country’s three major bond-rating agencies are praising Delaware for its fiscal management practices by awarding the state a triple-A bond rating. (MORE)

McCabe, Kenton compete for Carey’s old seat (Coastal Sussex)
The 36th Representative District race has been a relatively low-key affair. (MORE)

Bethany considering recycling rate hike (Delmarva Now)
Increased tipping fees and new state recycling mandates may result in residents paying more for trash services, officials said. (MORE)

Carney Criticizes Obama On Drilling Ban (The Hill)
Democratic congressional candidate John Carney hit President Obama in an e-mail appeal Wednesday for the administration’s decision to lift the ban on offshore drilling. (MORE)

Food Bank of Delaware launches holiday drive (Delaware Online)
The nonprofit Food Bank of Delaware began its holiday drive Monday, asking supporters to hold can drives to help the needy. (MORE)

Lingo featured in ESPN The Magazine (Coast Press)
After playing in the 2010 Summer Olympics, Lewes native Carrie Lingo has nerves of steel. But stepping in front of the camera is a completely different animal. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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