The Morning News for November 22, 2010

by Dave on November 22, 2010

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IR Inlet woes could be too costly to fix (Delaware Online)
Ever since the Indian River Inlet was created in the late 1930s, state, federal and local officials have struggled with the impact. (MORE)

In southern Delaware, evidence abounds of real estate, banking collapse (Philadelphia Inquirer)
The sign for the Heritage Commercial Center in Bridgeville is blank except for a number to call about leasing one of six empty parcels. (MORE)

Delaware Man Arrested On 78 Counts Of Rape (CBS Philly)
A Sussex County man has been arrested and charged with multiple counts of sexually assaulting two minors during a two year period. (MORE)

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DNREC asks public help on environmental priorities (Cape Gazette)
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary Collin O’Mara says he wants community input as his department prioritizes environmental issues it plans to address. (MORE)

Adopt-a-turkey program grants Thanksgiving reprieves (USA Today)
For the last five years, Marissa Filderman has adopted a turkey for Thanksgiving. (MORE)

Walls calls for return to old-style Return Day (Cape Gazette)
Security was so tight during Return Day 2010, it kept people away. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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