FLOODED MOBILE HOME PARK. Residents at a Seaford-area mobile home park spent a great deal of the past weekend trying to figure out how they would navigate around high waters surrounding their homes. Holly View Mobile Home Park, located along Brickyard Road, Seaford, was for the most part submerged under water as the result of heavy rains and melting snow. On right, Steve Knowles of the park makes his way through the waters that have prevented him easy access to the grocery store. Knowles is wearing plastic bags on his feet. On the left, this truck was one of a few vehicles that had the power and height to make it through the flood waters at the park. See story and additional pictures, page 28.

Photos by Tony Windsor

Breakfast with the Governor - The Member Services Committee of the Greater Seaford Chamber of Commerce is hosting a breakfast on March 14, at 7:30 a.m. at the Seaford Golf & Country Club. Delaware Governor Ruth Ann Minner will share her proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year. This is your chance to learn how Delaware plans to weather the budget crunch. Chamber members and the public are invited. The cost is $8 per person, including gratuity. Reservations are required. Call the Chamber office at 302-629-9690 to reserve your seat.

Price of snow - Seaford City Manager Dolores Slatcher said that city employees spent almost 832 hours clearing snow Jan. 16-17 at a cost to the city of $21,448.

Editorial awards - Morning Star staff members win awards in the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association Editorial Contest. Page 4

Concert monday - The Seaford Community Concert Association will present its 2nd concert of the series on Monday, March 3. Page 6

New plant manager - Meet the new manager for the Seaford Nylon Plant. Page 19