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Winners announced in ’17 OAPME newspaper contest | Myrtle Beach Sun News

Newspapers in Columbus, Canton, Sandusky, Newark and Chillicothe were named the best in the state Saturday in the annual Ohio Associated Press Media Editors newspaper competition.

General Excellence awards for 2017 went to The Columbus Dispatch, The Canton Repository, Sandusky Register, The (Newark) Advocate and The Chillicothe Gazette.

The Lancaster Eagle Gazette won the First Amendment Award for outstanding accomplishment in pursuing freedom of information. The newspaper won with its entry “The Fall of Brian Kuhn.”

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Randolph Squirt Youth Hockey Wins 2018 St. Patty’s Tournament Title

NEWARK, DE – For the 2nd year in a row, the Randolph squirt hockey team won the St. Patty’s Smackdown Tournament in Newark, DE during St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Just like last year, the team went undefeated in all four of its games.

The Randolph youth hockey program has been traveling to “The Pond” in Delaware for this season ending tournament the past seven years, typically bringing teams from four levels ( Mite, Squirt, Pee Wee and Bantam ) which span ages ranging from as young as 5 and 6, up to 14 and 15.

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Duke Realty’s (DRE) CEO James Connor on Q4 2017 Results – Earnings Call Transcript

Duke Realty Corp. (NYSE:DRE) Q4 2017 Earnings Conference Call February 1, 2018 1:00 PM ET

Executives

Ron Hubbard – Vice President of Investor Relations

James Connor – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Mark Denien – Chief Financial Officer

Nick Anthony – Chief Investment Officer

Analysts

Manny Korchman – Citi

Jeremy Metz – BMO Capital Markets

Ki Bin Kim – SunTrust Robinson Humphrey

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UD celebrates Black History Month

Olympic track and field athlete John Carlos, whose demonstration at the 1968 Mexico Olympics has become one of the world’s most instantly recognizable images, will speak Feb. 20 as part of UD’s Black History Month celebration. Photo by Nathaniel Anderson

The University of Delaware is observing Black History Month with a diverse array of events and activities through March that celebrate the achievements of African Americans and honor their role in U.S. history.

This year is particularly significant—2018 marks the 50th anniversary of 1968, a watershed year for the civil rights movement. From the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy, to defiant protests calling for social change, to establishment of the Fair Housing Act, 1968 is often considered to be one of the most consequential years in America’s history. Over the coming months, UDaily will be publishing stories to remember 1968.

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New hope for Newark housing project

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Though Micah Whittaker’s new apartment is wedged between two busy car dealerships, the 27-year-old mother of three says the home is proof her prayers were answered.

Whittaker is one of the first residents to move into Alder Creek, the new subsidized housing complex in Newark on the grounds of the former Cleveland Heights complex on East Cleveland Avenue.

The opening of the complex ends the decadelong limbo in a town where the University of Delaware’s student population keeps rents high.

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How To Find The Best Rates For Delaware Hotels

If you have a need to travel to Delaware this year, it is very important to search for the best rates available. You may not be able to find an affordable hotel to stay at unless you do the proper research. The amount of time that you spend may require you to go online, check the local papers that are posted, and also go to the travel websites that have this information available. You will be able to connect with these businesses, making sure that you can get the best deals available on hotels.

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Five Iconic Delaware Dishes

An underrated foodie state, the Delaware locals actually take their signature dishes quite seriously. Form the fresh vegetables grown right on Delaware farms to the blue crabs which local watermen catch right off the Delaware Bay, the food that every fisherman and farmer brings to the table, is something that those from Delaware take pride in.

With so many small and quaint restaurants making it a point to serve the most delicious and freshest meals on a daily basis, eating local in Delaware is easy. To top it off, there are various dishes representing this wonder state, these dishes can never be recreated outside of Delaware. Here are a few of those iconic dishes.

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