IN PROTEST - Students in Jason Jeandellís advanced placement government class at Seaford High School take to the streets in mock protest last Friday as part of a class assignment. The students above are protesting against Jello and the use of animal products in its production. Another group of students across the street protested against the proposed changes in the teen driving law. See more photos on page 47.

Photos by Ronald MacArthur

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ONGOING ISSUE - Some residents are puzzled about an action taken by local officials regarding taxes. Page 3

OFFICIALLY - Thanks to some concerned students, the state may have its own official macroinvertabrate. Page 5

PAGEANT - The lights shine bright on some local queens during the Miss and Little Miss Seaford Pageant. Page 11

ANTIQUES - You may have some treasures hidden in your attic and closets. The Seaford Historical Society wants to help you find out if they are worth anything. Page 29

JAY VICTORIES - Thanks to the hot bat of Jude McGarvey, the Seaford High baseball team gets back on the winning track with a pair of victories. Page 37

HOMETOWN HERO - A Seaford youth who saved her family in a fire is being honored by the Red Cross during an upcoming ceremony. Page 47

LOCAL FIRES - A series of mysterious fires has the state fire marshalís office asking the public for help. Page 52

INCLUDED IN THIS EDITION -
Spring Dining Guide - Your guide to the best places to eat in the area.
Motherís Day pages - Check out pages 19-21 and 28 for special sales and offers just in time for Motherís Day.
Nanticoke Rotary book - The annual report highlights an active civic organization in the area.