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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

1 / Sachse News T Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse © Copynfh 2006 All rights rrsrntd Volume 2: Issue 13 Sachse, Tsxss • Thursday, May 11, 2006 • C&S Media Publications 3 Sections, 28 pages 50 Cents Call us at 972-442-5515 if Obituaries 4A Op/Com 11A Sports Section B Real Estate 6C Classifieds 8C Sachse High School announcements •SHS Mane Attraction and choirs presents 'In the Spotlight' 7 p.m Firday and Saturday in the SHS auditorium. Tickets will be available at the door for $10. The show will feature a wide variety of music including country, pop, jazz, rap and R&B. •The SHS Boys Athletic Booster Club will sponsor a car wash Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Krogers on Hwy. 78. •The SHS class of 2008 is sponsoring a car wash Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mike's Kwik Kar Wash located at Hwy 78 and Fifth St. Annual bike rodeo Saturday The Sachse Police Department and the Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association will host the annual Bicycle Rode...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

mW; Page 2 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. May 11,2006 Wylie ■WHS Class of '96 seeks classmates for reunion The Wylie High School Class of 19% is planning for its 10-year reunion. If you are a member of the senior class of 1996, or know the where- abouts of any other classmate, e-mail contact information to wyliehsl996@aim.com. You may also send your contact information to Class of 1996 Reunion, P.O. Box 1505, Wylie TX 75098. ■ Pirate Cove maintenance day planned May 20 From 8 a.m. to noon May 20, there will be a maintenance day celebra- tion at Pirate Cove Playground at Founders Park. "Fveryone is invited to come out and help maintain Pirate Cove for the kids," said Anne Hiney, general coordinator of the playground project. Lunch, sponsored by Albertson's Wylie, L-n-L's Restaurant and Dallas Moving and Storage, will be provided for all volunteers. Kids older than age 6 can work with adults to spread non-toxic sealer on the wooden playground structure. All tools and suppli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

h- * * . ■/,M :f i$L ' << Development to include sports, retail, retirement continued from page 1A The 68.7-acre shopping center site as well as the 13.9-acre retirement home site is under contract to Zerga Investments and United Commercial Realty is marketing the shopping center site." The 100.8-acre sports complex is under contract to Nuevo Frontier Christian Sports. They have also placed an additional SO. 1-acre tract of land owned by Woodbridge under contract. According to Jean Smith, CFO of UCR, the retail parcel contains about 540,000 square feet of com- mercial space which include over 200,000 square feet for a major anchor site, four junior anchors at 200,000 square feet with the bal- ance going to restaurants, office/bank, etc. "This development with its diversity of services should keep people in the Wylie as well as bring people here," Mayor John Mondy |said. "This type of development fits into our five to 10 year plan. All that work and planning is starting to come...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

Jesse Geneva Boyd Funeral services for Jesse Geneva "Gene" Boyd, 96, were held May 8,2006, at First Christian Church Wylie. Interment followed at Wylie Cemetery. The Rev. Mark Simpson, Mrs. Boyd's grandson, officiated. Another grandson, Tracey Simpson, delivered a memorial tribute. Mrs. Boyd was born Oct. 28, 1910, in Fort Worth to Albert and Jeanette (Nettie) George. She was married to A.D. "Buck" Boyd until his death in 1993. According to her family, "Gene saw motherhood as her most important role her entire life. She was known for her excel- lent cooking and hosted everyone who vis- ited her home as though 'she might be entertaining an angel (Hebrews 13:2).' She was an inspiration to her children, grand- children and great grandchildren and the values she instilled in her family will be carried on for generations to come. She will be remembered as a loving mother and mother-in-law." She was a member of First Christian Church of Wylie and was a charter mem- ber of the Wylie Garden...

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'r mm .'f-1 ?#! :'®?5 Thursday, May 11, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 5 Masons inspire through service, philanthropy East Fork Lodge awards Lamar Medals to Wylie High School duo Niii' tin i\ i / A By Billi Gray Masons have inspired legends for centuries. The fraternity's long- standing reputation as a secret soci- ety of influential men — past Masons include George Washington, Davy Crockett, both Presidents Roosevelt, Charles Lindberg, Douglas MacArthur, John Wayne and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin — makes it a prime player in conspiracy theo- ries. For instance, when the Masons aren't plotting a coup for global domination, they are secretly con- trolling all the world's leaders. Their cryptic symbols are on everything from dollar bills to corporate logos. They possess hidden treasure and magical relics. They make crop cir- cles. They are the New World Order. But at East Fork Masonic Lodge in Wylie, Masons are only trying to inspire legend through service and philanthropy. The lod...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

tr 1 If as® ■ ' P f 6 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thunday, M«y 11,2006 earn scholarships vli By Cindy Anderson The Pirate Cove Caft hosted members of the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association, parents, friends, and district administrators April 26, serving a five-course gourmet meal, prepared by the students. The meal included a goat cheese appetizer, salmon in parchment, lamb chops, and a chocolate tone. The occasion was to celebrate the success of Wylie stu- dents Bryan Booth and Krista Burnett. Both seniors have been recognized for their culinary expertise by the Restaurant Association and by Medical City Dallas. Frank Barnard, representing the Dallas Restaurant Association, awarded Booth a $10,000 scholarship, and Burnett received a $3,000 scholarship. "Many schools are involved in these types of culinary programs," Barnard said. "But, obviously, Wylie's program is the flagship when it comes to facilitating students." Along with the $10,000, Booth also was awarded $500 by Me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

• : ■*;' ' , -,7; ^KO Thursday, May 11, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A-Pa§e7 ABWA awards scholarships Wylie High School students among county recipients Samantha Walls, a Wylie High Sihool graduating senior, has been awarded a $500 scholarship by the Collin County Charter Chapter of the American Business Women's Association. Samantha's academic honors include the Academic Achievement Award from the Wylie Chamber of Commerce for three consecutive years, Sachse Exchange Club Youth of the Month, and membership in the National Honor Society and Who '.v Who Among American High School Students. As a member of Business Professionals of America, she has competed in computerized account- ing and earned first place at the state competition in Lubbock, and will attend the national competition in Orlando, Fla., this month. Samantha played basketball on her high school team and was awarded Defensive Player of the Year for three consecutive seasons and selected to the 2006 All-Star Team chose...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

••a' I 11' r I a - Stctioa A - THB SACHSB NEWS - Thunday, May 11,2006 aim Enrichment camp Wal-Mart honors area educators as teachers of year ^ rv i v li i i f • • . • Z1 j 91 registration begins Davis Intermediate's Abrams receives recognition from retailer Wylie ISDis offering several summer enrichment camps. Sponsored by the WISD Gifted and Talented Program, the camps are scheduled through June and July. Registration is due by May 19. Classes to be offered include: Camp Invention - 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. June 12-16, Davis Intermediate School. The camp is for students current- ly in first - fifth grades. Cost is $199. For information call 1-800-968- 4332 or visit the Web site www.campinvention.org. Camp Artists 1-9 a.m. - noon, June 19-23, Davis Intermediate School. Camp Artists 2-9 a.m. - noon, June 16-30, Davis Intermediate School. These camps are for students who have finished grades three-six. Cost is $60. Camp Musician - 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., June 19-23, Davis Intermediate School....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

Thursday, May 11, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 9 Sf I n 89 I ' I 'that Wylie Band' ends year on high note Awards, drum majors named By Raye Harrington "that Wylie Band" held its annual band banquet Saturday, May 6, at the Wylie High School cafeteria beginning with a served dessert buffet and culminating in the naming of new drum majors for the 2006-07 season. The banquet was sponsored by the banquet committee and the band booster club. "We could not function without our band booster club." Band director Mike Lipe said. "They are what keep us all together." At 7:30 the band adjourned to the auditorium to enjoy awards, laughter, and a very memorable slideshow. "So many students do so many great things," Lipe said. "They are all great people and should all be recog- nized." Next year's leadership team was announced along with new colorguard captains and new drum majors. Shelly Baker and Amnee Elkhalid will lead the col- orguard next year and Jenny Lipe, Lauren Margulieux a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

Page 10 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, May 11, 2006 I ([J , iiifyrnmrnmrnmimmmmmmmimB. ■Mm ■v Armstrong names fifth sixth weeks honor rolls Armstrong Elementary School has released the names of those students earning a- place on the fifth sixth week - honor rolls. They are First grade Ivan Arce, Bryce Baxter, Nicole Berry, John Denzel Bonete, Cameron Boyles, Gabrielle Brewer, ' Kaitlin Brisendine, Claudia Butz Fiscina, Alyssa Cigainero, Alexander Compean, Mackenzie Cooper, Kaden Covington, Alyssa Cunningham, Colton Crane, Conner Dagen, Courtney Do, Anthony Douglas, Makysia Goodwin, Austin Henke, DREAMING UP THE IDEAL RETIREMENT IS YOUR JOB HELPING YOU GET THERE IS OURS When retirement is down the road or just around the corner, if you're working toward your goals now, the heller off you'll he. at Kdward Jones, we take a long-term perspective. So, we recommend our clients huy high-quality invest- ments and hold onto them. To learn more about why Edward Jones makes sense fo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

mm i i THE SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock Managing Editor Donnita Nesbil Fisher America must put more into energy research Thursday, May 11,2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 11 Ralph Hall I met with President Bush and other key energy policy makers at the White House last week to dis- cuss various proposals to !ielp bring rdown energy costs for Americans. The president invited me to the meeting. He asked us to work with him to provide some relief for Americans in the short-term and reduce America's dependence on oil and gas - particu- larly foreign oil - in the long-term. He is a realist in that he knows there is no simple, easy fix to the problem of high gasoline prices - but there are steps that we can take that will lead us to that goal." I told the President exactly how I feel about energy, and I hope that I can support his proposals. We need to build on the provi- sions in the Energy Policy Act of 2005 - incl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

Page 12 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday May 11,2006 Sachse voters to decide on council seat, charter continued from page 1A mance of official duties, without the approval of the city council at a public hearing. Proposition 3 Shall Article III, Section 3.06 (4) of the Sachse City Charter be amended to conform to state law to provide that vacancies in the posi- tion of mayor and city council be filled at a special election held on a uniform election date. Proposition 4 Shall Article III, Section 3.07(b) of the Sachse City Charter be amended to delete the requirement that the city council appoint and remove the clerks of the municipal court. Proposition 5 Shall Article III, Section 3.14 (1) of the Sachse City Charter be amended to delete a requirement not required by state law that copies of proposed ordinances show omit- ted language enclosed in brackets. Proposition 6 Shall Article III, Section 3.14 (4) of the Sachse City Charter be amended to delete a requirement not conta...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

.v • ' 1 C&S Media Publications ustang Section B The Sachse News ■ ,-v: 145 Sachse sports camps taking registrations The following sports camps will be conducted during May and June at Sachse High School. Mustang Strength and Conditioning Camp The camp for incoming ninth graders through 12th graders will take place June 5-July 20 at the fieldhouse, and is open to boys and girls. The cost is $75. For more information, contact coach Mark Behrens at 972-414-7450, ext. 63064 or 63063, or check out the Internet website www.garland- schools.net/sachse/PowerCampHSO 6.pdf. Youth Mustang Strength and Conditioning Camp Open to boys and girls who are "incoming fourth graders through eighth graders, and it will take place at the fieldhouse from June 5 to July 20. The cost is $75. For more infor- mation, contact coach Behrens at 972-414-7450, ext. 63064 or 63063, or check out the Internet website www.garlandschools.net/sachse/Po werCampYouth06.pdf. Little Mustang Youth Camp Open to boys and ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

Page 2 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS-Hiursday, May 11.2006 Lady Mustang runners rxrnrv Photo by Matthew Riley The Sachse girls track team recently completed its season at the Region II meet in Waco. Members of the 2006 team were Ashley Brooks, Cindy Brown, Dezera Dunlap, Jennifer Echols, Diane Ganter, Rachael Gilliam, Qua'Nisha Gray, Heather Grubbs, Charnae Hooper, Shantrelle Osborne, Amber Penick, Candace Porter, Mallory Porter, Haley Richburg, Ronnette Smith, Alicia Ward, Allegra Wells, and Courtney Wood. The Lady Mustangs are coached by Jaye Chavez and Rikki Williamson. Acouins propane ^ I r\r>n 11\ / 0\A/r /-^H Q. Ono rotoH Locally Owned & Operated We are now open Sat. 9-12 1 Competitive Pricing Superior Customer Service 24 Hour Emergency Service Budget Pay Plan Tanks - Leased or Sold Serving Residential and Commercial Customers Toll Free: 1 -866-86-LPGAS(1-866-865-7427) 972-442-1078 1445 E. FN 544, Wylie Have local sports news to report, contact The Sachse News at 972-44...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

*51 I I Thursday, May 11, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section B - Page 3 : Wylie Baseball Texas High brings abrupt end to Pirates postseason By Shiela K. Haynes TYLER — This year's Pirates baseball (earn advanced to the play- offs, but they were unable to get beyond ihe first round, as Wylie fell in two games of a best-of-three series against Texarkana Texas High. In the 12-inning Game 1 heart- breaker Thursday, Wylie lost 1-0. The second game, which took place Saturday, was a rout, as Texas High run-ruled the Pirates 11-0 in six innings. Both games were played at Irwin Field on the campus of the University of Texas-Tyler. With James Parsons on the mound for Wylie, the teams battled through 11 scoreless innings in ^Bhursday's contest. In the bottom of the 12th, the Tigers managed a single run to take the 1-0 win. Wylie recorded only two hits in the game, a Wayne Harris single in the second inning and a ninth inning double by Aaron Boliver. Texas High had runners in scor- ing positions ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

★ ★★★★★★★★★ n ★ ★ ★ Thursday, May 11,2006 Sachse News Section B - Page 4 Voters in the City of Sachse go to the polls Saturday, May 13, to decide on two City Council seats and 24 proposed amend- ments to the city charter. Those that live in Collin County will also cast ballots for three seats on the Collin County Community College Board of Trustees. To provide information about the candidates, The Sachse News sent each hopeful a questionnaire. Here are their responses. The Sachse News encourages all its readers to be informed vot- ers and go to the polls Saturday. Sachse Council, Place 1 Charles W. Smith Birth date: Feb. 3, 1941 Place of birth: Paris, Texas Occupation: funeral director Place of Employment: Charles W. Smith & Sons Funeral Home Education: graduated Garland High School, 19S9, attended North Texas State University, graduated from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service, 1963 How long in community? 33 years List any community groups or activities you are involved in: Sac...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

Thursday, May 11,2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section B - Page 5 ★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★ B Hinckley continued from page 4B that are occurring naturally. I want to bring a sense of vision to the city with an eye toward unity, and finan- cial stability for future generations. Why do you feel you qualified for this position? I have demonstrated over my 10 years as pastor here that I can solve problems and get things done. We started the Sachse Youth Center program nine years ago to lower juvenile crime in the summer time. With cooperation from many in the community we achieved that and much more. Later, I saw the Fourth of July as a unique opportuni- ty to build community spirit, and started the 4th of July parade two years ago, and it continues to grow in attendance and participation. I have 25 years of business experience, and 10 years of working in the communi- ty as a pastor. That combined back- ground has taught me how to listen to others, analyze facts, and make solid decisions that work. ^ ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

fe'e * ' THE SACHSENEWS-Thursday,May 11.2006 . R 1 ■ft. 4 ' tM.- * Wylie Track and Field Pirates, Lady Pirates honored for prosperous season By Shiela K. Haynes Wylie's track and field athletes cappe,d off an outstanding season at a May 4 banquet at Southfork Ranch, as more than 150 athletes, parents and coaches gathered for the presentation of awards to out- standing team members. Daren Rodriguez and Kate Wright, Wylie's first-year track and field coaches, took the opportunity to explain their philosophy and overall approach to coaching. Rodriguez, a decathlete at Angelo State University, and Wright, a heptathlete at Tarleton State, share a common vision. "We come from similar back- grounds," said Rodriguez. "That's why we work so well together." It has been an effective, if unusu- al, collaboration as they share responsibility for both teams as opposed to the more traditional "girls coach," "boys coach" approach. The system has worked well for the Pirates, as they sent 10 girls an...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

■'—+ , ■* -r~ f 1* * , *>**:.>*4-«4« «y < w•;-«•*- ft* V v Section C C&S Media Publications Inside: Area Real Estate Guide . home, rental and business listings, financing, insurance, mortgage assistance Classifieds May 10-11,2006 Wylie clinic tries to help you get a good night's rest Photos and text by Patty Montagno Stephen Stanley was a little apprehensive as the elevator door opened and he walked down the hall to the LungStar Sleep Lab in Wylie. Stanley's nightly snoring was get- ting progressively worse and he was fearful that he could be suffering from obstructive sleep apnea. OSA diagnosis is made through a clinical sleep study. His everyday morning groggi- ness led to mandatory power naps in the afternoon and those naps were starting to take its toll on his schedule. Stanley, the past mayor pro lem of Sachse, serves on the board of directors for numerous civic organi- zations such as the Sachse Chamber of Commerce. He is currently presi- dent of the Republican Cl...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 May 2006

P«ge 2 - Section C - C&S MEDIA PUBLICATIONS - May 10 - 11,2006 Quality of sleep an important part of nightly slumber; experts say continued from page 1C Mobley placed the CPAP mask on Stanley so it fit snugly to avoid air leak but not so tight that it felt uncomfortable or caused pain. Stanley said he didn't expect to get any sleep at all and was surprised when he only woke up less. The following week, Stanley met with Grodzin who presented him with a detailed analysis of the test. "The first night's report showed that I had moderate sleep apnea," Stanley said. "The second night's report definitely showed breathing improvement with the CPAP mask." The technician then gave Stanley a CPAP mask programmed to his specific needs. Grodzin said the nasal masks pro- vide air pressure via the nares. "They either come as the standard triangular mask or nasal pillows that actually fit into the nares," he said. "What is most important is the cor- rect size that that leakage is avoided and t...

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