AN AMERICAN HERO SAYS THANK YOU - LTC. Lee Merritt of Seaford is home from his fifth tour of duty in Iraq. Merritt is shown at a recent ceremony at Harley Davidson of Seaford presenting local businessmen and organizations with an American flag that flew over Suddam Hussan's Al Faw palace in Baghdad and a certificate of appreciation for supplies, cards and letters that were sent to the 1,500 troops under his command. From left are: Doug Figgs, Seaford Kiwanis Club; James King, manager of Seaford Food Lion; Joe Tune, American Legion Post 6 Executive Committeeman; LTC. Lee Merritt; Robert Mulroy, Commander of VFW Post 4961; Spuck Bennett, owner of Harley Davidson of Seaford; and state Rep. Danny Short of Seaford.

Photo by Gene Bleile

Seaford updating comprehensive plan

LECTURE - Historical Society lecture series to start Feb. 2. Page 3 -

What makes Sussex...

SHOW - Husband, wife to return to stage for Seaford Community Concert Association performance. Page 5 - By Marjorie Lync...

GREENWOOD - Greenwood Fire Police, Line Officers, and Administrative Officers are named. Page 10 -

LIFT STATION - Seaford City Council approves sewer lift station. Page 10 - By Lynn R. Parks...

BOOK - Book by Seaford native due out next month. Page 24 -

Seaford native Me...

DINNER - Nanticoke Health Services plans annual dinner and auction. Page 26 -

Hear ye! Hear ye!...

CHALLENGE - St. John's Closet holds 15-Can Challenge. Page 37 -

As she settles in...

RAIDERS - The Woodbridge varsity girls' basketball team earns a home win over Henlopen South rival Lake Forest. Page 29 - By Mike McClure<...

SWIMMING - The Seaford High School and Western Sussex Boys and Girls Club swim teams compete in meets. Coverage begins on page 29. - By Gene Bleile
STARS OF THE WEEK - A Woodbridge boys' basketball player and a Sussex Tech swimmer are this week's Seaford Stars of the Week. Page 31 -