Our photographers get out and about all the time but after the pictures have been taken the people in the photographs grow up.
Take a walk down memory lane and see who you can spot from school concerts, sporting events, Christmas activities in and around Doncaster in the late 1990s. Who has changed the most? And who still looks (almost) the same?
1. 2 - Be prepared
The Mayor of Doncaster, Councillor Yvonne Woodcock, is pictured with the scouts who represented Doncaster in the World Scout Jamboree in Chile in December 1998. They are, from left, holding the Doncaster Borough flag, Peter McChrystal, aged 16, David PLant, aged 14, Chris Tate, Matthew Vernon, Phillip Tasker and Robert Simmonds, all aged 15.
Photo: Steve Taylor
2. 3- Feeling crafty
Winners of the 1998 Christmas Colouring competition at the Doncaster Lawn tennis club from the left,William Beatoon (5) winner of the 4 to 7 group, Stuart Smedley (10) - winner 8 to 12 group, Emma Cuschieri (10) runner up in the 8 to 12 group, Alexandria Cuschieri (6) runner up 4 to 7 group.
3. 4 - Christmas card winners
Doncaster Children who won the DRI Xmas Card Competition in 1998
4. 5- Festive designs
Hungerhill comprehensive School pupils Loiise Wainwright and John Limber, both aged 15 with their winning Christmas card designs. The pair both aged 15 entered the Doncaster trident ( work experience ) competition, Louise scooped first prize and won £30 and John won £20.
Photo: Andrew Partridge