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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

. Sachse Ne Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse --v..; - 0 Copyright 2006 All nghts reserved Volum# 2: Imim 27 Sachte, Texas • Thursday, August 3,2006 • C&S Media Publications 4 Sections, 28 pages 50 Cents Call us at 972-442-5515 d Obituaries 4A Op/Com 7 A Sports Section B Real Estate 2 C Classifieds 3 C Murphy/Blackburn construction The construction at Murphy jvRoad and Blackburn Road is mov- ving along well. This is a Dallas County adminis- tered project that started in February and was projected to last approximately six months. The general contractor is Recon, Inc., whose field office location is 3116 6th Street. Any questions about the project can be directed to Sachse's Public Works office, 972-495-7600. Republican club meeting Join the Republican Club of Sachse Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. for their monthly meeting. Judge Becky Gregory will be the featured speaker. The meeting will be held in the community room at Charles W. Smith Funeral Home located at 2925 5th St...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

J&Bm 2 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS -Thursday, August 3.2006 Area Briefs CoUin County ■'Friendly* native plants topic of society meeting Chris Bell, Democratic gubernatorial nominee will speak at a recep- tion in his honor, Saturday, Aug. 5, from noon to 2 p.m. at the ArtCentre of Piano, located at 1039 East 15th St. The reception, hosted by the Democratic Party of Collin County (DPCC), will include other Democratic candidates seeking federal, state and Collin County offices. For more information, contact Deborah Angel) Smith at 972-578-1483. Wylie ■New teacher luncheon set at Southfork today The Wylie Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a New Teacher Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 3, at Southfork Ranch in Parker. There will be about 150 new teachers in Wylie ISD this school year and the chamber is looking for sponsors and items for welcome bags and door prizes. Cost to sponsor a teacher's lunch is $15. Cost to attend the lunch is also $15. Sponsorship payments can be se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

Thursday, August 3, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 3 v,y- ' :, , Citizenship verification plan unveiled Networking luncheon open to public continued from page 1A Abilene Christian University Dallas, where he received Bachelor of Science degree Criminal Justice. He went on earn his Juris Doctor degree Southern Methodist University's School of Law. Cantrell has been Dallas County Commissioner since 1994 for District 2, which has a population of over 500,000 and encompasses the cities of Mesquite, Garland, Rowlett, Sachse, and Sunnyvale, and the Lakewood, Lake Highlands, and White Rock areas of Dallas. While in office, Commissioner Cantrell has been active in a num- kber of issues, including drug courts, "law enforcement, domestic vio- lence, child abuse, and juvenile issues, including truancy. Commissioner Cantrell currently serves as an appointee of former Governor George W. Bush to (he Texas Juvenile Probation Commission. Cantrell and the Dallas County Juvenile Informatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

Page 4 - Sectioa A - THE SACHSE NEWS - 3.2006 s*i.:*as* . '■ -~- Vuti u i.rn\* Wfliani Mosdey Lewis Funeral ktmcm for William Mr. Levis jotaed tae Unued Motcley. 88, of Wybe. were held July 26. 2006. at the Rnt Assembly of God Chufds in Wybe Interment followed at the Big A Cemetery in Rowlett- The Rev Jem North oflici- ated Mr. Lewis died July 23 in Wybe He was born Oct. 28. 3917. in M; Bert on. Okla.. His parents were the late Ham C. and Betue E. iCurlee Lewis He marned Johnnie Loreau Brentley Nov. 5. 1948, in Dallas. Sbe preceded him in death. Survivors include his step children. Thomas Dale Childs. John Wayne Childs and Elizabeth La\erne (ChildsI Epps. and a sister. Pennie Houe of Phoenix. .Stales Army and nerved during World Wm D He was awarded the Bronze Star for bravery in action in northern France by disabling a half-track and tak- ing the four occupants prison- er During the campaign in Europe, he was wounded and awarded the Purple Heart He was also awarded the Oak- Leaf clu...

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Thursday, August 3, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS Section A - Page 5 Wfff •«' Occasions Kennedy Kroll plays Cowardly Lion Kennedy Kroll, daughter of Lori and Gary Kroll of Sachse is pictured playing the Cowardly Lion in "Wizard, Wiz & Wicked" put on by Calico Kids Dance Twirl, Gymnastics, Karate, Cheer Voice & Acting Studio. Kennedy an award- winning singer, dancer, and gymnast was seen July 19 flipping, singing, dancing and acting in the produc- tion. She is a third grade student at Armstrong Elementary. The other players are: Emily Sullivan, (Dorothy), Destiny Donnell, (The Tin Man) and Skylar Rhoades (Scarecrow). Her acting coach and Calico Kids owner/director, Jeannie Strain says: "Kennedy is the third of the Kroll girls to attend Calico Kids, she is such a gifted actor. We can give her a script and she can imme- diately do a cold reading as well as any 16 year old. She is also an easy study in dance and gymnastics." Kennedy is a member of Calico Kids Probable Pros and All Star...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

•am j'Wi. Page 6 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 3,2006 fidugaiiaoi '* ■ ' i nM wirtr-if r mmmMtmm te ' /• ; Sweethearts take awards at drill camp The Burnett Junior High School Sweetheart Drill Team traveled to Galveston for camp earlier this summer. While spending their days learning dances for the 2006-07 season and receiving leadership training, the girls also earned the Gussie Nell Davis Team of the Day award and the Team of the Week award, the Award of Excellence. The squad was also recognized for Best Overall Choreography for their creative original dance. Individual winners were Arianne Grygorczuk who joined the Junior Kick Company and Macey Archibald who was recog- nized as an outstanding performer. Sweetheart officers are Grygorczuk, Archibald, Kiah Green, Anna Walker and Marian McDonald. The team performs at Burnett Buccaneer football games during halftime. Courtesy photo Burnett Junior High Sweetheart Drill Team officers are, from left, Kiah Green, Anna ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

zm..- -'r fi V, flfc THE SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock Managing Editor Donnita Nesbit Fisher Good News Freedom of Religion & III Thursday, August 3, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 7 Today there is so much going on in the world for us to be aware of and to think about. So much armed con- flict, ethnic cleansing, and persecu- tion of women, of races or cultures, of religion, to name a few. We have been informed by the media about atrocities in various regions around the world, and listen to reports about the Iranian government's ^^olvement in many challenging issues. But there is a lesser-known issue that has recently been getting more media coverage: the persecution of the members of the BahS'f Faith in Iran. Bah£'i's have been persecuted for over 160 years but in recent months it has, yet again, intensi- fied. Over 200 have been killed since the Iranian Revolution in 1979 and many more have been imprisoned...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

• ••' -: ' " * .->.,, • , ,. • .■ -. .- ... '• . - JH •■ "iS"'ovvi ■■ :■ *-' Page 8 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 3,2006 > vV-*S* • - ' v.# 'f* • 1 This weekend shopping isn't taxing continued from page 1A In short, many high-priced athletic shoes would not be available at the tax-free rate, nor would many designer or high-end items. Lay-away plans can be used again this year for those wishing to take advantage of the holiday, but who do not have enough ready cash or credit to spend in lump sums. Specific articles of clothing and footwear that will not be tax free are those used solely or primarily for athletic activities. This means items such as golf cleats and football pads. Athletic wear that is frequently also used for non-athletic purposes can qualify for tax exemption. These items include tennis shoes, baseball caps and jogging suits. These pieces are generally worn for daily activities and therefore do qualify for the tax exemption. Accessories such ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

Sports Rusty Trevathan Jr., 12, proves age is no factor behind the wheel. Page 2B A pair of Wylie residents had one gigantic fish story to tell their friends. Page 3B ... M . 'v:t%v |S l*H.V Piano tips off 2006 volleyball season The Sachse Lady Mustangs will open the 2006 season at home ^Tuesday, Aug. 15 against ^ Piano High School. Three days later, rSachse will take park in the Garland ISD Tournament (Aug. 18-19). That is followed by a tri- meet Aug. 22 at home against Frisco Centennial and Mesquite Poteet. Sachse, the two-time defending district champion, begins its quest for a third straight crown Sept. 8 at South Garland. ' Little Elm j, scrimmage Aug. 26 Sachse opens preseason football play Saturday, Aug. 26, with a 7:30 p.m. contest at Little Elm. That will be fol- lowed with the sec- ond and last scrim- mage; Aug. 31 versus J.J. Pearce, starting 7:30 p.m. at Williams Stadium. The regular season begins Sept. 7 against McKinney at Williams Stadium. WFL registration continues T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

/ _ '«7rr t ■ ■ Page 2 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 3, 2006 Auto Racing Not too young to drive Rusty Trevathan Jr., 12, among best in his class in area dirt track racing By Greg Ford GREENVILLE — It's Saturday night at the Super Bowl Speedway, and Wylie resident Colton Whitehead, 14, sits near the top of some rusty bleachers. Like others, Whitehead's enjoy- ing the competition along the quar- ter-mile course. However, there's one race he's particularly interested in - the junior mini-stocks. It's in that contest that his friend and fellow Wylie resident. Rusty Trevathan Jr., is competing. "He says the kids at school don't believe that he races," Colton said. "I think he's really lucky." Not only does the 12-year-old Burnett student drive a race car, but he's also extremely good at it. •Currently, Rusty's the point total leader for his classification. His performance during the aforementioned race will only help that, as he finished first after a neck- and-neck en...

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

1; ' V:, Thursday, August 3, 2(X)6 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section B - Page 3 ■MnsnnMi One that didn't get away f Mi* Sports Sachse officials keep an eye on Heritage, Salmon parks Courtesy photo On a recent fishing trip to Port Aransas, Colby Carroll and Austin Smith, from Wylie, reeled in a 25-pound Red Snapper. They also caught king fish, barracuda, dolphin fish and shark continued from page IB Sachse park officials have not requested a variance for watering, and still are doing it once a week, Whitworth said. Officials have tried lo fill in the cracks, but the dirt seeps down into them after being watered, or when used by residents. The two older baseball fields at Salmon Park, which has no irriga- tion, are still in pretty good shape, Whitworth said. Canceling a season is something Peacock wants to avoid. It's a decision that has never been made during his 11 years with the WYSA. "We've shortened a few, but we have never called one off," he said. The WYSA may trim the 2006 fall seas...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

n PERHBRfff! Page 4 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 3,2006 fm-; Si; ' Wylie student gets close view of ancient Far East history continued from page IB star hotel, were provided with bodyguards, and had their own translators. "They were treated like rock stars over there," Mrs. Tumey said. Such courtesies were not extend- ed to the FC Texas team by their on- field opponents (U-14 and U-13 teams named San Gao), who never surrendered a goal to the Americans in five matches. "They practiced every day for two hours, so they were all fit," said Austin, an incoming freshman at Wylie High School. "They never gave up, really. They still had good sportsmanship after the game. They beat us to the ball every time." The rough outings on the pitch, though, didn't dampen the rest of the trip, which also included tours of the famous Forbidden City and, of course, that wall. "It was in the mountains, and it was longer than 1 expected it to be," Austin said. "It was crowded, and it r...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

• ■*'- THE BACK-TO-SCHOOL These helpful tips are provided by area businesses fjpjj and individuals. fcfl o Cross a street , ^ at the intersection. O w m n ^eCle«W° ° . W o yjpotra nflP Pot Car 2951 FM Hwy 544 @ Springwell (Between Vtylie & Murphy, next to Collins Bros Jeep) Give yourself plenty of time to complete your homework. ■T'lHEjl JGtfMjKME R ieAN 'SfORAGETGOMgAN^, 3475 W FM 544 Wylie, Texas 972-429-6230 Keep hands and arms inside the school bus. Kroger 5190 Hwy 78, Sachse 972-675-2111 Organize your clothing and backpack the night before a school day. Don't keep secrets from your parents. iar is Sk' company u >/ u t If h c m i' 121 N. Ballard Historic Downtown Wylie 972-442-4993 Hearing is an irreplaceable sense. Be tested regularly. Morris B.C. Gottlieb, M.D. North Dallas Ear, Nose, and Throat, P.A. Pediatric & Adult Care 2821 E. President George Bush Hwy, Suite 509 Richardson, Texas 75082 972-480-8877 Lower your risk of injury in a car crash. Wear your seat belt....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

j.afed v,« '■ (2-1 mm 12-31. Slipping into school routine after slow paced summer Series l:ar: Gtrrfct l-wxro ^wcari! wrf w V. itan 'j cimnnTw: s.ww'ivt -.tgiSft'K Er Kui£l /•■-j'. n: r J- 3K toscer in: 'ii.n "*?atri*!*r jrxTZ.0' *war :r;:;e\ SbdKSH:®' n: >:r: \ =uios n: Ei*cr/n: Wiite A ; > l /j> I/5F: 0'-' ~o-'s Witr - P V.Or • ; j - Ssi i ' : i. - ■ I ■ - better Than An Urgent Csre C ' c Fitter Thar: An ER What Are You Waiting For? Fart . Friendli . Bett Emergency Medical Care School Pt*y incaii:6 A ,3ifcti6 4'." <25 Hsrrnr V.. f"'. - -lca"jy.i' *•' - n rn r 2 'voT^r Is:: Buck in ichuuL THuk three woida lutue lieen known to elicit vary ililfer - unr mpDmea in tluuaehuki* nm the cnunir? iver the yean Jqwilim ipnn the miMwirB While Kitmmeti jjmentB 1111 (ibubti pcet those mdk viih much ttxommenr. 'irnnuitncn is now ittai the response (if dniitren. For Jtiliimn. he HackrOindtnuL 'lilies ur nmuntl'J utmiuunat vth viK.ni| ip :;iriv Immewortt init ;inu:ium. x Sir tarn he de...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

August 2 - 3, 2006 - C&S MEDIA PUBLICATIONS - Back To School Special Section - Page 3 Cafeterias work to provide balanced nutrition The beginning of school brings parent questions about student break- fasts and lunches. "All WISD cafeterias provide balanced and wholesome meals for students and staff, and menus are analyzed for nutrient content to meet Recommended Daily Allowances," said Theresa Johnson, student nutri- tion director. "Many recipes have been revised to lower fat content in keeping with dietary guidelines." Breakfast and lunch are served on all campuses each day. Menu calendars for the intermedi- ate and elementary schools are sent home with the student packets at the beginning of the school year. Junior high and high school menus are available in the cafeterias. Menus may also be found on the WISD web site: www.wylieisd.net. Elementary students may purchase breakfast for 90 cents and lunch for $1.90. Breakfast includes either a hot breakfast specialty, such as bis...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

f* m- "-h - l| < $ i Page 4 - Back to School Special Section - CAS MEDIA PUBLICATIONS - August 2-3.2006 Assess* gives parents view of student's grades mm . : Parent Access, a feature of the computer program Assess*, allows parents of Wylie ISD students in grades second through 12th to view the grades of their children online. Parent Access also allows parents to view meal account balances, and course registration requests, and to monitor attendance. Assess+ began in 2003 and was created by the W1SD technology department. The program, in addition to hav- ing teacher and parent view screen, also contains a viewer which allows the principal at each school to see each student's grades. "This is something that really helps the teachers. It saves them time, it helps them stay better organized. This makes their job eas- ier and efficient," said Susan Dacus. WISD public relations coordinator, at the time of the program's debut. Training sessions show teach parents how to access their chi...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

•v*4- *1, -y*;g 4 *?-•- Cooper JH to open this fall August 2 - 3,2006 - C&S MEDIA PUBLICATIONS - Back To School Special Section - Page 5 Wylie ISD will open its third junior high Raymond B. Cooper Junior High - this school year. The school is located at the intersection of Raymond Cooper Hooper Drive and Hensley Lane. They physical address is 101 Hensley Ln. "It's so Fitting to name a school after Raymond Cooper," Trustee Sue Nicklas said at the ground- breaking ceremony for the school. "Raymond'-' father has a school named afUr him in Garland. He is everywhere and is the man for all seasons. He does truly represent the best of Wylie." (W.B. Cooper Elementary is located at 1200 Kingsbridge Rd. in Garland.) Cooper started the Universal Transformer Company in 19S7. The business was located in Wylie for 45 years before moving to Farmersville in 2002. Cooper has served on numerous boards and committees including the Wylie Lions Club and the Wylie Chamber of Commerce. He is a directo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

P ge 6 - Back to School Special Section - CAS MEDIA PUBLICATIONS - August 2-3,2006 PLANOISD SCHOOL CALENDAR 2006-2007 TEA Approved - 1/11 /06 Pre-Kindergarten Beaty ft Pearion: 8:15-11 Barron: 8:00-10:4$ (am.) - Head Start- 8:30-1:45 :00(a.m.)- 12:30-3:15 (p.m.) 12:15-3:00 (p.m.) Elementary Hours: 7:45-2:45 Middle School Hours: 8:30-3: 30 High School A Sr. High: 9:00-4:15 August 2 (Wednesday) Teachers Begin August 9 (Wedik. 4«y ) First Day of Classes September 4 (Monday) Labor Day (Student/Teacher holiday) September 22 (Friday) Parent/Teacl er Conference Day (Student holiday) October 2-6 Fall Break (Student /Teacher holiday) October 13 (Friday) Early Release for El emen tary Students (Elementary - 12:00 p.m.; Afternoon classes of Early Childhood Schools will not meet) November 2 (Thursday) Early Release for Secondary Students (Middle Schools -12:40 p.m.; High/Senior High Schools - 1:20 p.m.) November 22 - 24 Thanksgiving Holiday (Stude nt /Teacher holiday) December 21 (Thursday) Las...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

I * -V < '<* **v« « * ^ -« '«•«> t -J x . , < :- V t- ^ -v «r < v c *«p «r« « : •• -♦. ■* < August 2 3, 2006 C&S MEDIA PUBLICATIONS — Back To School Special Section - Page 7 T S? Gotta nt 0rf $ Wylie ISD School Supply List Kindergarten 3 Folders with brads & pockets (1 red, 1 yellow, I blue) 2 wide-line composition notebooks 1 orange folder with brads & pockets (Writing Portfolio) 2 pkgs 12x18 white drawing paper 2 pkgs 12x18 multi-color construction paper I box of classic colors Crayola Washable big markers 3 boxes of 24-count Crayola crayons I box of water colors 3 bottles of 4 oz. glue 12 #2 pencils 1 pair Fiskars' 5" blunt scissors" 1 box reclosable bags (Girls- 2 sandwich size boxes, Boys- 1 gallon size box) I box 230-count tissues I tri-fold mat (for rest time) First Grade 4 Folders with brads & pockets (1 red, I yellow, I blue, 1 green) I composition book, marble, not spiral (1 (K) pgs) 1 orange folder with brads & pockets (Writing Portfo...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 August 2006

-* : P ge 8 - Sac* /0 &faw/ Sp*cw/ fecfion - CAS MEDIA PUBUCATIONS - August 2-3, 2006 Seventh Grade i 1 3-ring binder with pockets - (2 inch size) or tri-fold personal organizer binder 2 sets of 5-count dividers 6 different color folders with brads and pockets 1 orange folder with brads and pockets (Writing Portfolio) 1 zippered pencil bag (with holes for notebook) 2 pkgs of white wide-line notebook paper (200 count) 4 pkgs 3x5 white lined index cards 1 4-pk multi-color highlighters 12 #2 pencils with erasers 10 blue/black pens 2 red pens 1 box of 12-count colored pencils 1 pkg 8-count standard color markers 12 inch bendable plastic ruler (metric/standard) 1 pair of 7 inch sharp scissors 2 large glue sticks 1 box of tissues Band Students: Please see your band director for your supplies Eighth Grade 1 3-ring binder with pockets - (2 inch size) or tri-fold personal organizer binder 2 sets of 5-count dividers 6 color folders with brads and pockets (red, yellow, green, purple, blue)...

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