The Morning News for April 11, 2011

by Dave on April 11, 2011

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Sponsored by Schell Brothers.

Bald eagles find Delaware good place to raise family (Delaware Online)
Fly over Sussex County and one thing becomes clear amid the long, low roofs of chicken houses, the emerald-green fields of winter wheat, the brown expanses of salt marsh and the hundreds of homes that sprang up during the development boom. (MORE)

Trooper faces stalking charge (Cape Gazette)
State police arrested one of their own April 7 after the 15-year veteran was accused of harassing a local woman. (MORE)

***Schell Brothers at Sunset Harbour has it all! Only 1.5 miles to Bethany Beach, this water front community features a spectacular clubhouse and pool. Best of all, every Sunset Harbour homeowner enjoys their very own personal boat slip, just steps from their door. Mark your calendar to catch a glimpse of Sunset Harbour at the upcoming Spring Fever event on April 30th from 11 am – 3 pm. Tour the surrounding waterways by boat and explore the newest Schell Brothers homes under construction.***

Chicken companies feeling pinch as corn prices soar (Delaware Online)
The recession may be over, but stinging inflation is back for Delaware’s chicken companies. (MORE)

Kite festival to be held April 22 (Cape Gazette)
The Great Delaware Kite Festival, cosponsored by the Lewes Chamber of Commerce and the Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation, takes place at Cape Henlopen State Park on Good Friday, April 22. (MORE)

Milford hospital will be replaced (Delaware Online)
Southern Delaware will be getting a new hospital complex within the next few years, as Bayhealth Medical Center officials have begun planning to replace Milford Memorial Hospital. (MORE)

Shields team heads to Odyssey world finals (Cape Gazette)
When the AutoWater2011 worked on the first try, members of Shields Elementary School’s Team Eureka were elated, but they held their breaths, trying hard to not show their excitement. (MORE)

Volunteers sought to help clean bays (Delmarva Now)
Registration is now open for volunteers who would like to assist the Cleanup of the Inland Bays program this June. (MORE)

Downstate Mud Run comes to Milton April 16 (Cape Gazette)
The inaugural Downstate Delaware Dirty Dozen Mud Run is only a week away with 360 participants making up 120 teams in three divisions of male, female, and coed. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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