The Morning News for November 15, 2010

by Dave on November 15, 2010


Del. GOP divided over rebuilding (Delaware Online)
Delaware Republicans entered the 2010 election season poised to ride voter anger to big gains in state and federal offices. (MORE)

Democrats hanging by thread in Sussex (Delaware Online)
Sussex County Democrats, politically endangered in an almost entirely red county, are gearing up for the next big political battle: preserving the seat of their only remaining county officeholder. (MORE)

Cape Henlopen High school bridges past to present with dedication of cornerstone (Cape Gazette)
School officials past and present gathered Sunday, Nov. 7, a year after the new Cape Henlopen High School opened, to officially dedicate the school’s cornerstone. (MORE)


Details released in Lewes fatal accident (Delaware Wave)
An 18-year-old Lewes student was killed Thursday morning while on the way to school at Delaware Technical & Community College. (MORE)

A path toward permanency at Cape Henlopen (News Journal)
For more than a decade, bikers and hikers crossed a swath of sand and marsh at Cape Henlopen State Park near Lewes to get from Herring Point to Gordons Pond. (MORE)

Rehoboth man appointed to USPS Board of Governors (WGMD)
A Rehoboth man has been appointed as a Governor of the US Postal Service by President Obama. (MORE)

Statewide voter redistricting set to begin (Cape Gazette)
It only happens once every decade, and that might be a good thing, because reapportionment has become such a contentious process that it ended up in court in 2001. (MORE)

Long Neck Elementary School wins national award (WGMD)
Long Neck Elementary School has been named a National Distinguished Title I School for the second time in four years. (MORE)

More fall color, compliments of the waterfowl (Delaware Online)
Want to know the definition of dismal? It’s the month of November, according to several online dictionary sites. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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