Letter to the Editor: Whatever happened to the ‘invasion’

For more than two weeks leading up to the midterms, President Trump used vitriol and hateful language to convince the American people the caravan in Mexico was this “existential threat” to America. They would bring plagues and diseases to kill us all. He felt so strongly about it that he made it the central issue […]

Best Bets: ‘A Christmas Story’ to be told at Caesar Rodney High

The Caesar Rodney High School Stage Crew and Thespians usher in the holiday season this weekend with the classic tale “A Christmas Story.” Jean Shepherd’s semi-autobiographical account, as adapted for the stage by Philip Grecian, tells the tale of 9-year-old Ralphie Parker and his quest to receive a Red Ryder Carbine Action 200-shot Range Model […]

Letter to the Editor: Delaware school bus contractors face unfair competition from districts

Here is an interesting subject for discussion. It is an important subject in this day and age where government is bending over backward to help small business stay afloat and hire people to work. At least that is what all the politicians are saying anyway. But what happens when a government agency competes with a […]

Senators roll past Cape 51-7: Peace rushes for 205 yards and 3 TDs as 8-1 Dover eyes rival CR next week

DOVER — Friday was another good night to be a Dover High football player. By halftime, they were up by 37. Before long, the Senators had dispatched Cape Henlopen, 51-7, in a rainy Henlopen North matchup. The one-sided victory leaves Dover (4-1 North) with an 8-1 overall record going into next Friday’s regular season-ending showdown […]

Letter to the Editor: King is right choice in 17th Senate District

Have the people in Delaware had enough of the tax and spend form of government that we have today? Well we in the 17th Senate District can help change that. A vote for a conservative man, a man who will help change the way of thinking of the State Senate by adding common sense to […]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Vote for King

Don’t forget to get out and vote on Nov 6. I know you don’t see much of Justin King, who is running for the 17th Senate District, in the public eye. That is because he is so busy taking care of things that are more important to him, which is his family and taking care […]

Camden man charged in alleged assault of animal

DOVER — A 45-year Camden man shot by a resident on Pony Track Road on Oct. 2, was later charged with burglary, criminal trespass and other alleged offenses, Delaware State Police said Tuesday. Adelio A. Guzman suffered gunshot wounds to his lower extremities and was found to have allegedly entered the property without permission, spokeswoman […]

Coutilien leads CR boys’ soccer over Cape

CAMDEN — It was a career day for Caesar Rodney High’s Lyod Coutilien. Coutilien scored a personal-high three goals in the Riders’ 5-1 boys’ soccer win over Cape Henlopen Tuesday night as CR took control of the Henlopen North. “It was a breakout game for Lyod. It’s going to be hard for him to hide […]

Blue and Gold Café opens at Postlethwait

CAMDEN — At F. Niel Postlethwait Middle School, seven students from the John S. Charlton School program recently officiated in a ribbon-cutting to open the sixth Blue and Gold Café in the Caesar Rodney School District. In front of district administrators, teachers, child nutrition staff, cafeteria workers, school board members and fellow classmates, all seven […]

Roundup: Dover, Caesar Rodney win in boys’ soccer

Emerson Escalante-Diaz netted Dover High’s first and last goals as the Senators downed Lake Forest, 4-1, in boys’ soccer on Tuesday night. Pedro Gonzales and Nestor Monasterio also scored for Dover, which led 1-0 at halftime. The Senators finished with advantages of 23-11 in shots and 9-7 in corner kicks. Lake Forest got a goal […]