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WGMD Fishing Report 10-13-19

By Mari Lou / October 13, 2019
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Small craft advisories were up for the ocean, but at least one boat fished Delaware Bay.  Seas remain high for Sunday and Monday, but I believe some of the larger head and charter boats will fish with Monday being a holiday for a few lucky folks. The Grizzly with Captain Cary Evans fished the bay…

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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / October 13, 2019
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Rick Platt – Mackenzie at Bethany Beach / Click for full view

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WGMD Radio Flea Market 10-12-19

By Mari Lou / October 12, 2019
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Robert – 302-569-5749 – 36 volt golf cart battery charger – $125 – Golf cart storage cover – $75 Mike – 302-245-7312 – LOOKING FOR: Drum sander & Edge sander Mary – 607-727-7574 – Stand up paddle board – $100 Antoinette – 302-947-1289 – 86″ leather La-z-boy recliner – TAUPE – $450 Lorraine – 443-373-8100…

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Seaford Man Charged with 7th Offense DUI

By Mari Lou / October 12, 2019
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59 Graduate DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Youth Academy

By Mari Lou / October 12, 2019
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During the summer, DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Youth Academy program was run – with 59 students taking part.  The program is for students aged 12 to 15 who are interested in natural resources and law enforcement with a focus on acquiring or enhancing boating, fishing and hunting skills.  At graduation the Basic…

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Salisbury Chosen Again to Participate in MICD Workshop

By Mari Lou / October 12, 2019
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The Mayors’ Institute on City Design (MICD) announced Friday that Salisbury has been chosen to participate in an MICD technical assistance workshop for small and mid-sized cities.  These workshops bring mayors face-to-face with leading design and development experts to find solutions to the most critical planning and design challenges facing their cities.  This session will…

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DSP Trying to Identify Dollar General Armed Robber in Dover

By Mari Lou / October 12, 2019
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Police continue to try to identify the suspect in an armed robbery on Sunday, October 6th at the Dollar General Store on Gateway South Boulevard in Dover.  Delaware State Police say a man approached the counter and pulled a knife from his sweatshirt and demanded money.  When the employee opened the register, the suspect grabbed…

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WGMD Fishing Report 10-12-19

By Mari Lou / October 12, 2019
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Gale warnings were up on Friday, but it looks like the wind may begin to drop out a bit over the weekend.  I know of at least one boat that will try to fish Delaware Bay on Saturday. The Delaware Mobile Surf Fishermen Annual Surf Fishing Tournament has been cancelled for 2019.  The decision was…

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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / October 12, 2019
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Barb Moulinier -Rehoboth Beach – Looking down on autumn sailors from the top level of the Harbor of Refuge Lighthouse / Click for full view

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Salute the Troops – Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Rawle A. London

By Mari Lou / October 11, 2019
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USAF Graduate from Basic Military Training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Rawle A. London of Dover and Camden, DE

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Woodland Ferry – to Reopen Next Week

By Mari Lou / October 11, 2019
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It was hoped that the Woodland Ferry would be open by Friday – but work has been delayed.  DelDOT now says that the Ferry closure will extend into next week due to additional repair work on the engine. It’s hoped the Ferry will reopen on Wednesday, October 16.

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WGMD Fishing Report 10-11-19

By Mari Lou / October 11, 2019
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Gale warnings remain in effect through Friday for the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay.  The wind will subside a bit on Saturday, but not much.  Seas will drop from 11 to seven feet so I don’t think many folks will venture out on open water.  It looks like Monday before we get decent fishing conditions.…

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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / October 11, 2019
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Greg Ryan – Millsboro – Sunrise from Georgetown / Click for full view

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Salute the Troops – Airman Juan A. Rivera, III

By Mari Lou / October 10, 2019
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USAF Graduate from Basic Military Training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas Airman Juan A. Rivera, III from Magnolia, DE and Indianapolis, IN.

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WGMD Fishing Report 10-10-19

By Mari Lou / October 10, 2019
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Wednesday saw gale warnings up and they will remain until at least Friday.  Seas will stay above five feet right through the weekend on the ocean and will be at least three feet on Delaware Bay. Once again saltwater fishermen will be hard pressed to find a location to wet a line.  The Indian River…

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UPDATED: 2019 HALLOWEEN EVENTS & TRICK OR TREAT

By Mari Lou / October 10, 2019
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TRUNK OR TREAT EVENTS Thu, Oct 31 – 6-8pm – Conley’s UM Church, Jolyns Way, Angola 302-945-1881 HAUNTED HOUSES The Cemetery House – 205 W. 10th Street/Laurel Vol Fire Dept Admission $10 or $9 with a canned good donation OPEN  October  11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26  Tickets sold from 7 to 11pm SELBYVILLE HALLOWEEN…

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WGMD Fishing Report 10-9-19

By Mari Lou / October 9, 2019
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Tuesday saw small craft advisories up, but not to worry, they are coming down on Wednesday to be replaced by gale warnings that will be up through Friday.  This nasty weather is going to have an impact on the ocean beaches and could cause flooding in low lying parts along the ocean and bay. I…

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WGMD Fishing Report 10-8-19

By Mari Lou / October 8, 2019
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Monday saw small craft advisories up for the ocean and it looks like they will be up for the rest of the week. I called Tom at Lewes Harbour Marina just in case one of the head boats tried the Delaware Bay, but none did.  No one answered the phone at Lighthouse View Tackle on…

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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / October 8, 2019
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Dave Nelson – Ocean View – The ocean view from Cape Henlopen State Park / Click for full view

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WGMD Fishing Report 10-7-19

By Mari Lou / October 7, 2019
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The weather gods giveth and the weather gods taketh away.  After a run of good weather in early September we have been blessed with nothing but nasty winds in October and there is no end in sight.  Winds on the ocean are forecast to blow up to 30 knots with waves to ten feet right…

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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / October 7, 2019
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Eric Reifsnyder – Baxter Farm Georgetown / Click for full view

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AG Jennings Urges Court to Reject Purdue Pharma’s Request to Stop Lawsuits

By Mari Lou / October 6, 2019
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Attorney General Kathy Jennings, along with a bipartisan group of 24 attorneys general, filed today two briefs opposing a request by Purdue Pharma to stop all lawsuits against the company and the Sackler family. “The Sacklers extracted up to $13 billion from Purdue while drugs like OxyContin wreaked havoc on Delaware,” said Attorney General Jennings.…

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Fallen Firefighters to be Honored Sunday

By Mari Lou / October 6, 2019
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WGMD Fishing Report 10-6-19

By Mari Lou / October 6, 2019
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Saturday was another blow out.  I don’t think Sunday will be any better so it looks like either fish from shore or try getting the fall yardwork done. The Delaware Natural Resources and Environmental Control Shoreline and Waterway Management Section will be holding three informational public open house workshops to share information about dredging and…

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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / October 6, 2019
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Barb Moulinier- Rehoboth Beach – Trap Pond State Park -Sailboat & Cormorant / Click for full view

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