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Delaware's Cape Region FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18 ..... m, .OLD LOCXS ..... WEATHE FORECAST TAKES. A MILD TURN: ' TAm rrAGe sem.Guxe WT.el a era n be ret.m next week i tumsin:the 30s a~i ~s. ~:Jring is still ~i~ away.~ -- -'"~ = i:. --- ;> ~ Z - I - MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2011 Father: I did not want him using drugs By Kara Nuzback knuzback@capegazette.com The courtroom was nearly empty as family and friends of Derrick Powell were called to the stand Wednesday, Feb. 16, the third day of a penalty hearing following his murder conviction. Loved ones of the 24-year-old convicted mur- derer painted a picture of a good kid who suffered an abusive, unstable childhood. Witnesses said PoweU was frequently tossed from one parent or school to another. "He had no stability," said his stepmother, Clara Powell. ' ,nywhere Derrick went, no one wanted Continued on page 18 New facility's site undermined By Henry J. Evans Jr. hevans@capegzette.com City officials say they value the presence o Lewes Pubic Library, but as the number of pa- trons using the facility continues to grow, so does the need for space to hold everythifig. The question of where an expanded Lewes Public Library should be located is yet to be an- swered. The library has reached maximum ca- pacity. The backroom s taffand work areas are op- erating beyond capacity; 18 people work in a space that was designed for four. Beckie Healey, president of the Lewes Public Continued on page 22 BOYS BASKETBALL Vikings' team on the bubble for berth in. state tourney PlO3 DESTINATION STATION Planners eye next phase for educational resort' attraction DEWEYBEACH thics.eomplaint filed agains{ :: Mayor. Diane Hanson m7 SCHOOL DISTRICT Proposed state-budget would. cost Cape $1.5 million REHOBOTH BEACH City considers smoking I n; talks focus on Boardwalk, beach P32 INDEX Arts & Entertainment Business & Real Estate 35- Community Calendar 76 Cape Life Classifieds 111 Obituaries 3 School & Education Sports & Outdoors 101 II !I!I!!IIOI!!!UIIII