The Morning News for January 12, 2011

by Dave on January 12, 2011

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Report slams DelDOT on land deals (Delaware Online)
The Delaware Department of Transportation displayed incompetence, lack of good sense and ignorance of real estate fundamentals when it struck three land deals related to the proposed U.S. 113 bypass, according to a report released today by Gov. Jack Markell’s office. (MORE)

Alleged Bank Robber Speaks (WGMD)
One of the men charged with attempted robbery of the County Bank in Lewes on Jan. 3, tried to defend himself Tuesday morning on Dan Gaffney’s morning show. (MORE)

Two family dogs perish in Fenwick fire (Delaware Wave)
Craig Lambertson and his family are struggling to cope with a devastating loss after a fire swept through their West Indian Street home, claiming the lives of their two dogs. (MORE)

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Chamber honors Castle’s years of service (Delaware Online)
In battle after battle, Mike Castle has won just about every prestigious title he sought, serving Delaware as lieutenant governor, state senator, state representative and U.S. representative. (MORE)

Rule changes could bring fights to Del. (Delaware Wave)
Changes to rules and regulations pertaining to mixed martial arts events could soon attract a wider audience to Delaware. (MORE)

Vote for Miss Delaware to be Miss America by Jan. 13 (Cape Gazette)
Miss Delaware 2010 Kayla Martell is about to have the experience of a lifetime, the opportunity to become Miss America 2011. (MORE)

IR takes aim at Tech standards (Delaware Wave)
Indian River School District’s Board of Education is the latest district to take aim at the admission policies of Sussex Technical School District. (MORE)

Assistant principal leaves Cape High (Cape Gazette)
After nine years in the district, Cape Henlopen High School Assistant Principal Brian Curtis is leaving the administrative team, heading for a job in the Department of Education. (MORE)

FROM THE SIDELINES: Stay active during the winter (Delaware Wave)
During the recent snowstorm on Delmarva, many of us were stuck in our homes, waiting for the roads to be cleared and the snow to melt away. (MORE)

Woodcarver’s neighbors look forward to snow (Cape Gazette)
Every snowfall, Miki and Susan Mathes’ neighbors case the couple’s front yard, eager to see what Miki has sculpted from the frozen vapor. (MORE)

Bethany police survey residents (Delaware Wave)
The town’s police department is conducting a survey that aims to gauge citizens’ needs and concerns. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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