Ted Shockley, Naples Daily News

Ted Shockley

Naples Daily News

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Past articles by Ted:

13 anglers in line for White Marlin payout after Naples resident's catch disputed

The president of the world’s largest billfish tournament said a disputed winner, two rounds of lie-detector tests and a court filing won’t hurt the event’s popularity or reputation. → Read More

13 anglers in line for disputed White Marlin payout

The president of the White Marlin Open said a disputed winner and a court filing won’t hurt the event’s reputation. → Read More

WWII-era bombs found at Wallops during runway construction

The north end of Wallops Island was used by the U.S. Navy as an ordnance testing station in the 1940s and early 1950s. → Read More

Is the Trump visit as big as the coverage it generated?

Is Donald Trump’s visit to the Lower Shore important news? Or is it just big news? → Read More

Addressing concerns about the Easter Sunday front page

“Getting the news out that Jesus is our Savior is of more importance than a Zika outbreak will ever be,” wrote a reader. → Read More

Mr. Delmarva: Wishing death on email, not its inventor

The man who invented email, as reported by USA Today, was “not a frequent checker of email.” That about sums it up. → Read More

What you said: What is Delmarva's best fried chicken?

The answers provide a travel guide, of sorts, for good eating on Delmarva → Read More

For Cunningham, Bethany newspaper editor, a new career

I think her reward was in seeing people enjoy the newspapers she oversaw. → Read More

What's your choice as Delmarva's best fried chicken?

I would like to serve a special guest in my home Delmarva Peninsula's best fried chicken as her going-away meal. → Read More

As dawn breaks, blowing snow riddles Delmarva commuters

A dusting of snow has covered the ground around Delmarva, but it was the blowing snow that affected Duncan. → Read More

Mr. Delmarva: Time to try Royal Farms' scrapple

Some folks like scrapple browned completely through. Some folks eat it from the bag with a spoon, untouched by heat. → Read More

Make Super Bowl Monday a national holiday: Mr. Delmarva

If the presidential candidates really wanted to make a difference, one would suggest that the Monday after the Super Bowl be a national holiday. I’d vote for that person. It’s an idea we can all get behind. → Read More

To keep you informed, a free weekend for our website

With snow in the forecast, we want to keep you informed. DelmarvaNow is free Jan. 22-24. → Read More

Mr. Delmarva: Are school bomb threats cool anymore?

Bomb threats are more yesterday than Ryan Seacrest, Livestrong bracelets, duckface selfies and facial piercings. → Read More

Could Redskins be on the verge of another January 1983?

A dynasty was built that month, with four playoff wins and a Super Bowl victory. Can it be repeated? → Read More

Mr. Delmarva: Which NFL game will have most Viagra ads?

Let's get this one out of the way first: Baltimore Ravens fans on Delmarva first should ask their doctor whether their heart is healthy enough to watch playoff football without the purple and black in the mix. But which of the National Football League's wildcard games this weekend will have more advertisements for Viagra? (Or Cialis, or Levitra, for that matter.) How many times should I expect… → Read More

Mr Delmarva: Our most ridiculously low speed limit

The signs posting a 55 mph speed limit are treated mostly as a suggestion → Read More

When hollering or throwing a wobbler, be compassionate

A good fatherly hollering fit communicates frustration and love at the same time → Read More

Your opinions and views are important to us

It is important that people of all backgrounds and ages are included in this piece. → Read More

Finding the real definition of ‘good ol’ boys’

A term that once meant “decent, prideful, fun-loving” now means “an underhanded crony.” → Read More