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COLLISION Millsboro bicyclist critically injured in crash P4 HEALTHY GEEZER Columnist: Summer means extra skin protection P24 EDUCATION Beacon students win Math Month poster contest P24 INDEX Classifieds 29 Community Calendar 14 Garden & Farm 22 Health & Fitness 16 Obituaries 4 School & Education 24 Sports & Outdoors 26 Weather 39 SUSSEX TECH Top administrators put on leave P2 Delaware’s Cape Region TUESDAY, JUNE 20 - THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 2017 “The price of liberty is eternal vigilance.” GARDEN JOURNAL Indian Blanket will reseed for future blooms P22 RUNNING $ 1 BEEBE HEALTHCARE Knee surgery helps gardener plant strong roots P16 BLUE AND GOLD SMILES DAN COOK PHOTO CAPE HENLOPEN’S BLUE-GOLD All-Stars Robert Mitchell, left, and Mari Horsey hoist their buddy, Jayson Kirschner of Lewes June 17 during pregame ceremonies of the DFRC All-Star Football Game. The Gold All-Stars defeat- ed the Blue squad 44-0. See more coverage on page 26. PORTRAIT Quilter showcases history on fabric P10 By Chris Flood The Budweiser Clydesdales are coming back to Dewey Beach. Scheduled to appear at a Wednesday, July 12 parade through town, the Clydesdales attracted nearly 8,000 people to Route 1 in Dewey during their trip to the area Budweiser Clydesdales to return for parade Continued on page 3 Dewey staff revolts against town manager Celebrity troupe will reign in July 12 Dewey celebration Mayor, council to investigate charges against Appelbaum P27 Father’s Day 5K is family affair Continued on page 2 By Chris Flood, Ryan Mavity Citing sexual harassment, offensive language, misuse of town funds, racial discrimination and jeopardizing public safety, 12 of Dewey Beach’s employees have asked for the immediate removal of Town Manager Marc Appelbaum. In a June 14 letter written to the mayor, commission- ers and residents of Dewey, the employees – a group including police Chief Sam Mackert, beach patrol Capt. Todd Fritchman, building inspector Bill Mears and nine members of the Dewey Police Department – say they are exercising their rights as whistleblowers with the submis- sion of the 11-page, 42-complaint document. In response, acting Mayor Diane Hanson said in a