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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

*76e> Sachse News Volume 1: Issue 1 Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse Sachse, Texas • Thursday, February 3, 2005 • C&S Media publication 0 Copynxht 2005 All rights rtst rved. 50 Cents Call us at 972-442-5515 Sachse High's Matt Phillips tries to get the hall around a South Garland defender in basketball play last week. Gante story page 2B. Spa escape The Blackland Prairie Playground Foundation will hold a second "Spa Escape" from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5, at the Bart Peddicord Community Center, 100 W. Oak St. in Wylie. The event will include a fashion show from Indulgence Boutique and a salad lunch for $25 donation. There will also be chair massage, face treatments, manicures and a Bc.iutiControl makeover. Young ladies under the age of 10 are welcome to the beauty day for $10. Tickets are available at the dooi. For more information, contact Anne lliney at 972-672-4133 or BeautiControl Consultant Merry Howard at 972-442-5779. The group is planning ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

Page 1- Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, February 3, 2005 Local . Area Briefs Wytie ■ Fat Tuesday Celebration planned at St. Anthony St. Anthony Catholic Church, 404 N. Ballard Ave., will host a Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday Celebration from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Feb. 8. The event is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and Catholic Daughters and will include door prizes, kids crafts, live entertainment, food and activities for the entire family. Tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for children 12 years and younger. ■ Ladies' Tea Guilt Valentine's Tea Feb. 16 The Ladies' Tea Guild's Valentine's Tea will be at Tempest Tea, 5600 W. Lovers Lane in Dallas. Registration is $16 for members and 519 for non-members and is due by Feb. 16. Make checks payable to Ladies Tea Guild and mail to 3200 Edgebrook Dr., Wylie, TX 75098. Pre-registration is required. Registration is via mail, email or telephone followed by payment. For additional information call at 972-429-1790 or email dilatta@yahoo.com ■ FU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

m Education Thursday, February 3, 2(K)5 - THE SAC'HSE NEWS- Section A - Page 3 i Getting the recognition they deserve 7HUcU<i Sctoot ***** mmmmwrn* MM**. A<4 . t ■<}* tvt IS . «0« -2iioi 0*S * Affiv1®1" , 1 t If 1 si 1 j !■) * a ' W Principal Michelle Baker congratulates the students of Hudson Middle School iit a morning Choir teacher Catherine Magee leads students through the song "The River" by Garth Brooks as assembly for being the only middle school in Garland ISI) to earn recognized status. The school is part of a morning ceremony dedicating the school's recognized banner on Jan. 21. The band also located in Sachse. played music commemorating the event. 'Music Man' is right here in Wylie city The Wylic High School Fine Arts Department will present 'The Music Man" at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 4. and Saturday, Feb. 5 in the WHS Auditorium. Ticket prices arc $8 general admis- sion and S5 for students and seniors and can be purchased at the door. Leading the cast of 34 arc Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

Page 4- Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. February 3, 2005 ■ ■ Obituaries • Local Obiti (tines The Silver Scene Mary Catherine Ledbetter Funeral services for Mary Catherine Ledbetter, 84, of Wylie were held Jan. 27, 2005, at the Allen Funeral Home Chapel in Wylie. Interment followed at the Wylie Cemetery. The Rev. Rick Morrow officiated. Mrs. Ledbetter died Jan. 24 in Wylie. She was born Jan. 17, 1921, in Goss, Mo. to Roscoe Rubin and Edna Blanche (Blackby) Young. She married Joseph Earl Ledbetter Jan. 17, 1946. Survivors include her son, Larry Ledbetter of Wylie; daughters and sons-in-law, Barbara and Alex Martinez of Wylie, Carol Ann and Patrick Bryan of Milton, Fla. and Terry and Ronald Ross of Bclton; sister, Anna Faye Williams of Hannibal, Mo.; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Her husband preceded her in death on Oct. 15, 2004. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Allen Funeral Home of Wylie. Robert Ernest (Bob) Standley Graveside services for Rob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

Thursday, February 3, 2005 THE SACHSE NEWS Section A Page 5 . Scouting for Food benefits area food pantries Yellow bags to be placed this week, pick up Feb. 12 Cub Scouts Thomas Sinister, left, and I'aul Savage hang yellow Scouting for Food hags on doors in hope that they will be filled and set out on Feb. 12. Cub Scouts and Hoy Scouts will place bags on doors sometime during the week of Feb. 5 to 11. From Feb. 5 through 12, Cub Scouts and Boys Scouts in Wylie, Sachse, Nevada and Murphy will be collccting canned goods for Scouting For Food, part of the largest food collection drive in the United States. Last year, more than 8,000 cans were collected in our area alone and 400,000 items were donated to food pantries throughout the Metroplex, said Jeanine Stevens, a Wylie resident and Great Plains District Scouting for Food Co- Chairperson. According to information from the Scouts, since Scouting for Food began in 1988, more than 6.4 million cans have been collected and distributed to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

Page 6- Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, February 3, 2005 VOTE! Polls will open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5. at Sachse City Hall, 5560 Hwy. 78. The Sachse News sent questionnaires to all candidates for the Sachse Council Place 2 seat. In an effort to provide more information to voters, the candidate responses, in their own words, are included here. ELECT JEFF SLUSHER City Council Place 2 THE VOICE OF TODAY WITH A VISION FOR TOMORROW ♦ To be a leader in providing direction to accomplish goals & objectives of the community. ♦ To keep the citizens and businesses fully informed of plans being discussed for implementation in the city ♦ Preserve the sense of com- munity and safe environ- ment that we all enjoy. ♦ To attract potential busi- nesses that will enhance the community. Political advertising paid hy JcIT Slusher 4327 Parkridge Circle. Sachse, TX Chris T. Lam, RE. Name: Chris T. Lam. PE. Birth date: 04-20-1970 Place of birth: Vietnam Occupation: Civil Enginee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

Thursday, February 3, 2005 - THE SAC.USE NEWS Section A Page 7 mm* k jra Name: Jeffrey Leonard Slusher Birth date: April 8, 1957 •Mate of birth: Inglewood, California Occupation: Owner and President of J & K Tile Co in Sach.se, Texas. Place of employment: J & K Pile Co for the past 23 years. Education: Graduated in 1975 from Pleasant Hill High School in Oregon. Graduated in 1978 with an Associates Degree in Accounting from Oregon Institute of Technology. How long have you been a resident of the community? 23 Years Jeffrey Leonard Slusher List any community groups or activities you are involved In. I sponsor local youth sports programs. I belong to Sachsc Chamber of Commerce, the Garland Chamber of Commerce, and the Better Business Bureau and Write Your Congiessman. I base established a schol aiship at St. Anthony Catholic Church in memory of my deceased son The Ori s .'athan Sc holarship is lor high school students that are seeking a college education. What are your reasons ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

Page 8 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, February 3, 2005 SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock Managing Editor Donnita Nesbit Fisher Yesterday helps today's girls tomorrow Opinion & Commentary ^ Girl Scouts By Jorene Jameson Remember your youth, when each new activity opened up a whole new world of friends, infor- mation, and wonder? Some activities seemed exciting, some scary, and others left you wanting to know more. First you wanted to be a doc- tor, and then you woke up one day with visions of becoming a lawyer. Girls throughout Northeast Texas are currently dreaming of their future, and you can help make their dreams come true by purchasing a box of Gir! Scout cookips For 92 years, Girl Scouts of the USA has dedicated itself to helping girls navigate the sometimes rocky, often funny, and at times bewilder- ing world of growing up. With family support, and under the supervision of dedicated volun- teers and staf...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

Thursday, February 3, 2005 - THF SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 9 Students uninjured in bus collision Teen driver remains hospitalized in critical condition By Donnitu Nesbit Fisher The teen driver who rear-ended a Wylie ISD school bus in Murphy last week remains in intensive care in the intensive care unit at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas. The small bus was transporting 11 Hearing-impaired students ranging in from two years old to high school age - to school in Piano when 17-year-old Austin Chimbel hit the bus at 7:19 a.m Jan. 25 on FM 544 near Brand Road. Wylie ISD contracts with the Piano district to provide deaf edu- cation. The students attend several PISD schools. None of the children, the bus dri- ver or aide were injured. Austin, a resident of Murphy, was taken by air ambulance to Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and was listed in critical cj^Jition. He was driving a 1995 I^^VIustang. State law requires school buses to stop at all railroad tracks and wait 10 seco...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

Page 10 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS -Thursday, February 3, 2005 Local ■ Businesses, developer disagree about railroad crossing closures continued from page IA SEDC Executive Director Guy Brown said. "We see 1,200 to 1,500 new residents enter our city each year and the North Texas Central Council of Governments estimates that our population will reach a build-out of 28,500 within the next eight years." Brown feels that as the city reach- es residential build-out, a significant portion of the operating budget will be decreased yet the city wants to provide the same level of service to out community and keep taxes low. "SEDC reports that the Woodbridge Properties will bring in direct taxes of $531,374 from annu- al sales tax, $1.2 million annually in new direct tax revenues and $24,368,858 over the next twenty years," Brown said. 'The new Woodbridge develop- ment will include restaurants and general retail and will have benefi- cial economic and social impacts on the city." The city ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

br- oi- ls Ills 1m lor III I" m in pel In f * • , • ' ¥ :i Ml Upcoming Girls Basketball Friday, Feb. 4 ' The Lady Mustangs will play a district game at Rowlett. JV plays at 4:30 p.m. followed by varsity at 6. Saturday, Feb. 5 ' The freshmen Lady Mustangs will play Rowlett at home at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8 ' The Lady Mustangs will play a district game at home vs. Lakeview. JV plays at 4:30 p.m. followed by varsity at 6. It will be the last game of the regular season. Boys Basketball Friday, Feb. 4 ' The Mustanga will play a dis- trict game at Rowlett. JV plays at 4:30 p.m. and varsity plays at 7:30. Saturday, Feb. 5 * The freshmen Mustangs will "play at home vs. Rowlett. B team plays at 9:30 a.m., followed by A team at 11. Tuesday, Feb. 8 ' The Mustangs will play a dis- trict game at home vs. Lakeview. JV plays at 4:30 p.m. and varsity plays at 7:30. Giris soccer Friday, Feb. 4 " The varsity Lady Mustangs will play their first district game of the season at North Garland, at Willi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

;w"fi Page 2 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS Thursday, February 3, 2005 HHKI Sports Mustangs still searching for first district win Team has five games remaining By Brian Honea North Garland and South Garland have left the Sachse Mustangs still in search of their first-ever district win through seven games. The Mustangs fell to 0-7 in district play with a 55-43 loss to North Garland at home Friday. The Mustangs closed the gap from the 27 points by which the Raiders defeated them the first time they met this season. Sachse fell behind, 13-4, after the first quarter, but played the Raiders close the rest of the way. North outscored the Mustangs by only three, 42-39, over the las! three quarters. Leaders in scoring for Sachse were Andre Hollins (nine), Alex Ballard, Sain Keys and Jonathan Aneke (six each), Nate Phillips (five), Maurice Dorsey and Derek Harris (four each). Matt Phillips (two) and Chris Louis-Jean (one). Last Tuesday, the Mustangs hosted the first place South Garland Colon...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

. - • • t Sports Thursday, February 3. 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS Section B - Page 3 v,..v _ . , ,f 9th Lady Mustangs win two games From staff reports Sachse High School's freshman girls team earned back to back wins against district rivals North and South Garland last week. On Jan. 27, (he Lady Mustangs beat the South Garland Lady Colonels, 45-33. Andrea Miller led Sachse's offense by putting in 16 and being the only double-digit scorer on the team Teammates Kayla McGovern, PCollcen Bohanan and Christina Cooper helped Miller by getting nine, eight and six points respec- tively. Katriee Jackson and Mara Richardson rounded out the scor- ing tor the Laity Mustangs with four and two respectively. Cooper led the team in rebounds with 13. Richardson, who had nine rebounds, and Jackson, who had six. provided support for the team. On Jan. 2(J. the Lady Mustangs beat the North Garland Lady Colonels, 40 30. Miller and Bohanan led the team's offense scoring 14 points each. McGovern earned a doubl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

• * * Page 4— Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS -Thursday, February „ 2(X)5 < Sachse Mustangs Mustangs The 2004-45 Sachse Lady V(<isun$i varsity iiosknir.aail warn c:ra~ «sts olf. from .ert. Bead Coach Kyte Stevens. \mber P%nick. J« nian Lewis. Mt^ian Scrickiand. Michelle Long, Krystai Punicx. Jasmine Grwr. Christina Pwaa. Kan Baidwm. >>osi Mesdixu. k;'«nca Cofe. ViSJStMlt Coach N ictwflc Boaitte and Assistant Coach Rebekah Kejser. The 2004-05 Sachse Mustangs varsity basket- bail team consists of, front row from left. Matt Phillips, Clayton Faton, Chris Louis-Jean, Andrr Hollins, Derek Harris, Maurice Dorsey; second row. manager Courtney Holmes, Tracy Brown, Joseph Wientjes, Sam Keys, Alex Ballard, Marcus Davis and Wes Ford. Not pictured arc Nate Phillips, Jonthan Aneke, Head Coach Dwlght Williams and Assistant ( oaches Clay Jackson, Justin Hardin and Colin I rulove. court... Mi —t-' GO MUSTANGS! - SRCHSE SOCCER & BRSKETBRLL TERMS FOR 2005 Have a Great Mustaap! 29'1- V es ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

1 sket- iMatt (ton, Indrc [is, cond Iney m, Im IVes | arc lan |xl Elay Irdin i I 1 & ' ? zlajt ..•* j • r:n2^: I he 2005 Sachse Mustangs varsity soccer team consists of, front row from left, David Colunga, Joe Keyna, Nate Daugherty, Andrew Scaglione, Andres Castillo, Erasmo Cortez; middle row, Luis Carrasco, Kevin Lutz, Creighton Ilolley, Christian Serrano, Chase Jones, Keith Owens; hack row. Coach Jacoh Bruehl. Chance Pargas, David Kamali, Luis Rocha, Jason Bryan. Addison Scaglione, Coach Frank Munoz and Head Coach Rusty Oglesby. Thursday. February 3, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section B Page 5 2004-05 Inaugural varsity season and on the field Members of the 2005 Sachse Lady Mustangs soccer team are Elyse Berta. Aubrey Condiff, Erika Crain, Cindy Diaz, Tricia Dudley, Dondria Fields, Abbey Hanks, Korey Hearn, Lisel Kraus, Camerron Mason, Christine Mendoza, Laura Ramos, Whitney Stuckey. Kat Wilkerson. Audrey Wilson and Jennifer Wilson. Managers are Taylor Strenger and Meredith Gibb...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

• - c ~ Page 6 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, February 3, 2005 :r:;U;T>v Business Covering Wylie, Sachse Murphy & Surrounding areas To place your business card here call 972-442-5515 Entertainment, Remodeling, Repairs, Sales, Services, etc. AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING INDOOR 469-879-0152 CLIMATE CONTROL «ESS CARLOS RIVERA, JR -General Manager • 469-366-5938 TIRE SALES & SERVICE wylieTire Shop D Hwy 78, across from First Baptist Church, Wylie. 972-442-0500 Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am to 6pm; Sat. 8am to 2pm EMBROIDERY SERVICES Embroidery Services 10,000+ Stock Designs • Business/Group Logos Stitcfi VetaiCs Caps/Shirts/Jackets/Sweatshirts Towels/Blankets/Baby Items/Aprons • • And Much More • • 972-461-1777 • Wylie. Texas PHOTO REPRINTS Look into our new photo reprints! ■f mjiukj niiacny 10 you m JT 70 yoar tncto hip IV I —^ . f ^ I \ l f > \ A / Reduced Prices! Photo Reprints www.wylienews.com GLASS REPAIR Larry's Glass Auto. Truck & Heavy Equipment In Snop or ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

Thursday, February 3, 2005 THE SACHSE NHWS - Section B- Page 7 *7 ■go1 v.\ oe A ssJ is Chad Engbrock Donnita Nesbit Fisher Managing Editor Brian Honea Sports Editor v"'v 1^ 7-—r fimmi&s Congratulations Sachse! You have your own newspaper. The Sachse News. This is The Sachse News' inaugural issue. It is a weekly newspaper that will be published every Thursday by C&S Media, Inc. On its pages is information about your community, including your municipal government; events in your neighborhood and school news from the classrooms your children attend. The Sachse News will be delivered to each household in Sachse during the month of February. Some of you receiving this issue have subscribed to The Wylie News to keep up with coverage of Sachse the past 14 years and have asked us to switch your subscription. Thank you for your support and we hope you'll enjoy The Sachse News even more. It you were not a subscriber to The Wylie News, you will receive The Saclise News every Thursday i...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

Page 8 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, February 3, 2005 Girls soccer earns wins in Georgetown Tourney Team extends shutout streak By Brian Honea With the way things went in the Allen Tournament for the Wylie Lady Pirates soccer team to start the season, they knew things would turn around for them sooner or later. Since the Lady Pirates started 0- 2-1 in that tournament despite out- shooting all three opponents, they have shut out six opponents in a row, including all three in the Lady Governor's Cup in Georgetown over the weekend. The tournament was shortened due to inclement weather on Thursday, so no official tournament champion was crowned. But Wylie was the only 4A team in the tourna- ment that took full points (based on a 10-point system). The Lady Pirates outseored their three oppo- nents by a combined margin of 13- 0. All the games were cancelled Thursday, which was scheduled lo be the opening day of the tourna- ment. The organizers did not want to cancel the entire...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

% ^C <M> faiefi/t&te Section C C&S MEDIA PUBLICATIONS February 2-3, 2005 i The A Bee C's of ncmme *" Beekeeper sees hobby as living ^ chance to change environment By Vanessa Londono JOSEPHINE-John Talbert knows his bees. The owner of Sabine Creek Honey Farm in Josephine has more than 250 beehives. He has gotten to know their temperaments. "Some colonies are much more easily disturbed and you need to be careful," Talbert said. "While others are so gen- tle. you don't even need a smoker." A true beekeeper at heart, Talbert knocks on the top of the beehive as if it was a door. He is just a friend wanting to be let in. That is how Talbert sees his relationship with the bees. They provide him the honey he sells and pollinate crops. In exchange, Talbert see to it that while people keep moving to the suburbs, there will always be flowers for the bees to gath- er nectar. With several thousand bees. Talbert is rarely seen without his smoker. It is a beekeeping tool that he ligh...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 February 2005

• 'i'" 4 '"4. • vnr*** ;wI*;* ■ ■** .'*:> *W" ."r /•<*" ;*r ■<•■,*• *■ *• «■ , .,•• ■•; *''r '■ bwmess@wyllcnews.com Odie Wall "Realtors Ocf/'e Hall, Broker 972-495-8172 214-460-5905 ahs 6512 Hwy. 78 • Sachse til We Trade! Ule Buy Houses! Past Closing We need agents! Sachse or Farmersville! We build to suit! Your plans or ours! Wc have land! Be sure to call on these & other properties available! See at www.odiehallrealtors.com We Trade! Don't WE? 2515 Chene Picture sharp, a dia- 4819 Alberta: A gem! 3/2/2 brick, 3717 Brookglen: A pearl! 3/2/2, lots 5708 Sachse St.: Unusual find, 3/2/2 mond for sure! 4/2.5/2 trick, 2,594 estate lot. We will trade. of designer touches. Call for this one. estate size lot, shop. Consider trade, sq. We trade. $179,900 $153,000 $139,900 $127,000 Sachse: A goluen opportunity. Hwy 78 frontage: Commercial with 616 Stoneybrook: First time home FM 903: 25 Acres of hilltop beauty, Commercial corner with three hous- almost 5 acres, owner carried. bu...

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