The Morning News for July 12, 2010

by Dave on July 12, 2010

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The Morning News for Monday, July 12, 2010:

Delaware man one of 64 killed as blasts hit World Cup watchers in Uganda (Delaware Online)

Explosions tore through crowds watching the World Cup final at a rugby club and an Ethiopian restaurant, killing at least 64 people including a Delaware man. Police feared an al-Qaida-linked Somali militant group was behind the attacks, as Uganda’s president declared Monday “we shall get them wherever they are.” (MORE)

Candidates’ deadline Tuesday (News Journal)

William McVay, a political novice, filed to run as the Libertarian candidate for the 32nd House District weeks before Tuesday’s deadline. (MORE)

Search in Dewey Beach for missing swimmer (WGMD)

It’s a mystery in Dewey Beach. An extensive search for a missing swimmer overnight Sunday turns up nothing. (MORE)

Dewey’s bull runs — rain or shine (News Journal)

The steady rain Saturday didn’t deter at least 200 people from participating in a summer beach tradition — the running of the bull in Dewey Beach. (MORE)

Touch-A-Truck (WDMT)

The heavy showers once again tried to ruin another good cause, but they didn’t let it soil all the fun. (MORE)

Ferry offers extras during and after the ride (The Morning Call)

The Cape May- Lewes Ferry offers more to passengers than a way to cross the Delaware  Bay. Onboard programming and summer packages make it a destination as well as a way to add more memories to a beach vacation. (MORE)

E-books aren’t putting beach stores in a bind (Delaware Online)

Johannes Gutenberg made history in the mid-1400s with the invention of the printing press, but bookworms can begin reading in a new fashion thanks to modern-day technology: electronic readers. (MORE)



Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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