Routine delivries to area chicken houses like this one to a farm in the Greenwood area are anything but routine with the threat of avian flu.

Photo by Ronald MacArthur

OUTBREAK - After a week of testing, no new cases of avian flu



MOVING MEMORIAL - A replica of the Vietnam Veterans Wall is coming to Seaford in September. Page 2

PROJECT PROBLEM - The new Seaford City Hall project has hit a stumbling block that has delayed the opening. Find out what is wrong. Page 3

STUDENTS’ SHOES - A local student beats the street as part of a school project to collect shoes for those in need. For his effort he wins a prestigious award. Page 4

HEARING HAPPENING - There is at least one group that is not happy with some proposed changes in state day-care regulations. A public hearing is on the schedule. Page 12

URSULINE UPSET - Seaford’s girls’ basketball team pulls off a major upset beating the topped-ranked team in the state. Page 22

SWIM SUCCESS - The Seaford High boys’ swim team keeps on winning and winning and breaking records in the process. Page 26

COMPUTER CLASS - A local school is opening its computer lab to the public. Page 20

BRAIN BOOSTERS - Even though school was out on Monday, several students take part in the annual Brain Games at the Western Sussex Boys & Girls Club. Page 34

You won’t believe how many pairs of shoes Andrew Bell collected. See page 4.