RELAY AND FAIR ON A BUSY WEEKEND - Above, Charles Anderson and Mike Mulvaney, members of the City of Seaford team, keep an "eye" out on the competition as pirates during the seventh annual Western Sussex Relay for Life. Right, Khrystina Hebert of Seaford can't quite make it to the end as she falls asleep near the closing ceremony for the Relay for Life. See a story on page 8. Below, Civil War re-enactors fall into line during a drill on Saturday morning during the 12th annual Towne & Country Fair at the Ross Mansion in Seaford. See more photos on pages 12 and 13.

Photos by Ronald MacArthur

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OFFICE CLOSED - The office of Morning Star publications will be closed Monday, May 30, in observance of Memorial Day. All news releases and advertising copy should be submitted by 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 26.

MEMORIAL DAY - Monday, May 30, is the day set aside to honor those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of their country. Pages 19-22. Seaford's services are May 30 at 10:30 a.m. Page 10

NO CHARGES - The state will not file charges in the Delmar dog attack case. Page 2

TAX APPEALS - The Seaford Council hears a round of tax appeals during a meeting on Tuesday night. Page 4

QUEEN TIMES THREE - A Seaford graduating senior is not only the Seaford High homecoming queen, but the prom queen and Delaware's Homecoming Queen. Page 5

RELAY SUCCESS - Walkers and sponsors combine to smash the goal set by the Western Sussex Relay for Life committee. Page 8

CAPS AND GOWNS - It's that time of the year for caps and gowns. Seaford High graduation is this Friday night. Page 28

BIG THROW - A Seaford sophomore wins the state title in the shot put and her winning throw (a pending record) is good enough to place her among the best in the nation. Page 41