After 65 years of ownership in Seaford, DuPont sold the world's first nylon plant this week to Koch Industries. The current name, Invista, will be retained.

Photo by Ronald MacArthur

DuPont no longer a part of the community fabric



SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION ON MAY 11 - Seaford School District voters will go to the polls this Tuesday, May 11, to elect one member to fill a vacant spot on the Seaford Board of Education. The polling location is the Seaford District Office board room (in front of the high school on Market Street) from noon to 9 p.m. Running for the seat being vacated by current board president Donna Zakrewsky are Ken Madden, Jr., Richard Kingree, Michael Betts, and Louise Henry.

HERE SHE COMES - Miss America 2003 brings a strong message to students in the Seaford and Woodbridge school districts. Page 4

MOTHERíS DAY - Check out three pages of Motherís Day specials in this edition. Pages 24-26

BEING SAFE - Woodbridge High students construct a town to help teach young students about safety. Page 36

ON A ROLL - The Seaford High girlsí tennis team is on a winning streak. Find out how many matches they have won. Page 27

OPENING DAY - Under gray skies, the Nanticoke Little League had its opening day ceremony at Williams Pond Park. Page 46