FAIR LIGHTS - The lights burn bright on the Midway at the 85th annual Delaware State Fair in Harrington. There are still three days left of entertainment and activities at the fair. See a story on page 8.

Photo by Ronald MacArthur

STYLE: Teens learning about world of work



NATIONAL NIGHT OUT - The Town of Blades is having its first National Night Out celebration on Tuesday, Aug. 3, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Blades Park. There will be free food, games and demonstrations. The event is sponsored by the Town of Blades.

GO CAMPING - The Western Sussex Boys & Girls Club is celebrating National Kids Day with a family camp out on July 31. Page 3

LIBRARY PLANS - The Seaford District Library names a steering committee as plans for a new library move forward. Page 4

CELEBRATION UPCOMING - The annual AFRAM Festival has bigger and better plans for 2004. Page 5

EVENT IN A JAM - The largest Christian music event on the Eastern Shore is suffering from poor ticket sales. Page 6

300 AND COUNTING - A Bridgeville church may be small, but its members are devoted ones as the church celebrates its 300th anniversary. Page 13

STATE CHAMPIONS - Nanticokeís Major League girls blast their way to a state title and are getting ready to travel to New York to take part in the Eastern Regionals. Page 24

CAMPAIGN STOP - Itís time for political campaign stops. The Republican candidate for state lt. governor makes a stop in Seaford. Page 15