The Morning News for March 16, 2011

by Dave on March 16, 2011

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Push underway for National Park Service site in Delaware (USA Today)
The National Park Service has added 10 sites in the past decade, including a War of 1812 memorial in Michigan, an ancient volcano in Idaho and, the newest, the birthplace of President Clinton in Hope, Ark., which opened Jan. 2. (MORE)

Sussex sheriff’s plan for more powers finds support, opposition (Delaware Online)
Sussex County Sheriff Jeff Christopher unveiled a plan today that he said would lay the groundwork for a fully operating sheriff’s office with police powers. (MORE)

Two charged in sewer grate thefts in Millsboro area (WGMD)
Two men have been charged with stealing sewer grates in two Millsboro area communities. (MORE)

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MERR reports visits by 3 seals; one found dead later (Delaware Wave)
The Marine Education, Research & Rehabilitation Institute has been busy over the last two weeks, as three seals have come ashore on Delaware beaches. (MORE)

DSP looking for missing Milford teen (WGMD)
State Police are looking for a missing 17 year old from Milford.  Police say Dylan Kufahl was last seen Sunday around 9pm when he took cash and a credit card from his parents, packed his belongings and left home. (MORE)

Yoga studio cranking up heat for fitness (Delaware Wave)
Hot Yoga Delaware is turning up the heat on workouts, and owner and instructor Holli Elliott couldn’t be more excited. (MORE)

Wee bit of beer makes a cupcake special (Delaware Online)
Cupcakes are good. Beer is good. Put the two together, and it’s a can’t-miss, right? (MORE)

Union workers protest on The Circle (Cape Gazette)
Union workers gather on The Circle in Georgetown Tuesday, March 15, in solidarity with Wisconsin public sector workers. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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