JOY IN BLUE JAY LAND - Seaford High School football players celebrate a 17-14 victory over rival Laurel on Friday night at Bob Dowd Stadium in Seaford. Seaford won with a field goal in the fourth quarter and then held off a Laurel drive in the final minute for the victory. See a story on page 27.

Photo by Ronald MacArthur

No more half-days for kindergarten students

SEAL OF APPROVAL - The Seaford city seal goes through some modifications before final approval by the council. Page 3

INVISTA SALE - DuPont and Koch Industries work out details of a $4.4 billion deal. Page 5

SUPER STUDENT - A Seaford High studentís enthusiasm results in a state historical marker. Page 11

BURGLARIES - Seaford Police are seeking the publicís help to solve a string of burglaries in downtown Seaford. Page 12

CLEAN WATER - A local town is honored for five years of perfect performance at its wastewater treatment plant. Page 13

IN THE PARK - Volunteers are working to decorate Gateway Park. Page 8

ALL-CONFERENCE - Local athletes are chosen for post-season honors. Page 26

MEMORIES - Bridgevilleís Mustangs meet again to relive memories and honor coaches, including Ben Sirman. Pages 44, 45

BIRDSí WORDS - Writers fill pages on school issues at Seaford High School. Page 31