The Morning News for October 28, 2010

by Dave on October 28, 2010

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Christine O’Donnell Camp Apologizes to Radio Station for Lawsuit Threat (CBS News)
Republican Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell’s campaign has apologized to a Delaware radio station for threatening legal action against it, ultimately conceding that there was no legal issue with the network’s actions. (MORE)

Email outing failing students lands in every inbox at Delaware college: report (New York Post)
The records of 18 failing college students arrived in every inbox on campus at Delaware’s Wesley College after a school official accidentally sent an email that contained the confidential information to a school-wide distribution list. (MORE)

Delaware’s Ted Kaufman on “The Daily Show” (Salon)
Video of outgoing Senator Ted Kaufman’s appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. (MORE)

Woman sought in embezzlement surrenders (News Journal)
A woman sought for allegedly embezzling more than $14,000 from a liquor store near Rehoboth Beach turned herself in to Delaware State Police today. (MORE)

Schwartzkopf and Weeks vie for 14th District win (Coastal Sussex)
The race for the 14th Representative District pits veteran legislator and House Majority Leader Pete Schwartzkopf against political newcomer and local businessman Chris Weeks. (MORE)

Delaware receives $1 million in federal health care grants (Delaware Online)
Delaware will get more than $1 million in federal grants to help people improve their health. (MORE)

Sea Witch offers a ghoulishly good weekend (Coastal Sussex)
An estimated 150,000 people may descend on Rehoboth Beach this weekend to take part in the 21st annual Sea Witch Festival. (MORE)

New salon premieres at Atlantic Sands (Cape Gazette)
Just below the lobby of the Atlantic Sands Hotel in Rehoboth sits a sanctuary of midnight blue walls and soft, meditative music. (MORE)

Rehoboth Beach Film Society to screen ‘The Stone House’ Oct. 29 (Cape Gazette)
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society will present local filmmaker John Wattenbarger’s suspense thriller, “The Stone House,” just in time for Halloween, at 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 29, in the upstairs screening room at the Movies at Midway. (MORE)

Birth of the Weather Witch (Coast Press)
There was no doubting the influence of the Weather Witch by the sailors aboard the old pilot schooner, Liberty. In 1936, the sailors were convinced that they were on the verge of recovering millions in sunken treasure when the old hag of the sea raised the wind and pummeled the Liberty with fearsome waves. (MORE)

Get SQUASHed! (Coastal Sussex Voices)
Fall is here and the crisp cool weather makes us crave soups and warming dishes. What’s not to like about a batch of soup that requires minimal prep and cooking? (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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