The Morning News for January 13, 2011

by Dave on January 13, 2011

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This Week’s COASTAL SUSSEX WEEKLY Magazine (Coastal Sussex)
Featuring stories about beach replenishment, local legislators’ goals at the beginning of the 2011 session, JD’s Filling Station in Lewes and the Three B’s that mark the history of Milton. All that and much more. (Click here for the on-screen version) or (Click here to download the printable PDF file.)

Biden visits Delaware troops in Afghanistan (Newsworks)
Vice President Joe Biden met with Delaware soldiers in Afghanistan this morning during a surprise visit to the Dragon Dining Facility at Bagram Air Base. (MORE)

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Budget, job creation top issues for Del. Lawmakers (Bloomberg)
Delaware lawmakers spent the first day of the new legislative session on Tuesday addressing formalities such as taking their oaths of office, recognizing friends and family members, and posing for pictures. (MORE)

Citizens group demands answers over Ruddertown agreement (Coast Press)
Citizens to Preserve Dewey, a citizens group that supports the 35-foot height limit, has issued a letter to town officials demanding answers about the possible Ruddertowne agreement. (MORE)

Rehoboth’s Sarah Brady calls for stricter gun regulations (Newsworks)
Sarah Brady of Rehoboth Beach says she was “stunned and saddened” to learn about the Arizona shootings that killed six people and left Congresswoman Gabriella Giffords critically injured. (MORE)

Sussex Tech board president dies (Delmarva Now)
The Sussex Technical School District mourns the loss of its school board president. (MORE)

‘Embracing the fight for change’ (Coast Press)
The theme of Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. memorial service, “Embracing the Fight for Change: We Won’t Go Back,” is more than just a title to Janie Miller. (MORE)

Delaware Public Service Commission delays action on Delmarva rates (Delaware Online)
The Public Service Commission again delayed action on Delmarva Power’s rate case Tuesday, with a proposed settlement breaking down over the absence of a state public advocate. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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