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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 17 August 2006

BWBHBw"w August 16 - 17, 2006 - C&S MEDIA PUBLICATIONS - Section C - Page 5 Classified Advertising Legal Notices I ' ■ 11 I .-i x STREET; PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION OF THIS ORDINANCE; PROVIDING FOR REPEALING, SAV- INGS AND SEVER- ABILITY CLAUSES; PROVIDING OR AN EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE PUBLICATION OF THE CAPTION HEREOF. ORDINANCE NO. 2006-52 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WYLIE, TEXAS, EXTENDING UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2006, OR UNTIL A NEW FRANCHISE BECOMES EFFEC- TIVE, THE FRAN- CHISE GRANTED TO ATMOS ENERGY CORPORATION, TO OWN, OPERATE, AND MAINTAIN A GAS DIS- TRIBUTION SYSTEM IN THE CITY OF WYLIE; PROVIDING A REPEALING CLAUSE; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND PRO- VIDING AN EFFEC- TIVE DATE. John Mondy, Mayor ATTEST: Carole Ehrlich, City Secretary !3-lt-339-ll21i NOTICE THE STATE OF TEXAS, COUNTY OF COLLIN, NO. 2006-45 NOTICE is hereby given that a hearing will be held on the 21 day of August, 2006 at 10:00 а.m. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 17 August 2006

mm .1. ;•? Page 6 - Section C - CAS MEDIA PUBLICATIONS - August 16 - 17,2006 . I Shinn Dixie Shinn f Alisha Page June West Linda Capehart Tonya Mercer w Greg Oisen ^ b Teodora Smith Patti Williamson Lori Johnson Misty Lemberg Melita James RE/MAX Country Northeast <Q 108 McKinney Street • Downtown Farmersville - 972-784-6115 "Each office independently owned and operated" www.countrynortheast.texas.remax.com 3397 Hwy 380 • $249,900 3/2/2 Country Home with Western DScor On 11 Fenced Acres with Pond 3 Stall Horse Barn, Lighted Riding Arena Call Bob Shinn • 972-784-6115 Arfif Commorclol Potential! 1.15 Acre with Just Over 100 Feet of Frontage on Hwy 78. 3/2 House and 3 Outbuildings. Perfect Spot to Run Business From Home! Country Homo on 4 M em/ 3/2, 1400 Sq. Feet, Retro-Fitted Foundation 523 CR 699, Farmersville $109,900 Call Alisha Page • 972-784-6115 all For Details ji if you are ready to build this is the place for you! J41,100/3.8 acres 285 X 808 Located approximately 10 miles No...

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

U\.. \ J>. Sports C&S Media Publications Section ffiiliiifll HHMw Upqoming games Sachse Volleyball Varsity Aug. 18-19: Sachse at the Garland ISD Tour- nament, TBA. Aug. 22: Mesquite Poteet and Frisco at Sachse, 7 p.m. Junior Varsity Aug. 22: Mesquite Poteet and Frisco at Sachse, 6 p.m. Freshmen Aug. 22: Mesquite Poteet and Frisco at Sachse, 5 p.m. Wylie Wylie's offensive line sees its responsibilties grow in 2006. Page 3B Football The Lady Pirates have high expectations for the upcoming season. Page 4B mm Sachse begins countdown to McKinney Football Aug. 19: Wylie media day at Pirate Stadium, 8 a.m. Tennis Aug. 18: Allen at Wylie, 4 p.m. Volleyball Varsity Aug. 18-19: Wylie at the McKinney North Tournament, TBA. Aug. 22: Wylie at Waxahachie, 6:30 p.m. Junior Varsity Aug. 22: Wylie at Waxahachie, 5:30 p.m. Freshmen Aug. 17 and 19: Wylie at the Crandell Tournament in Crandell, TBA. Season opener to take place in three weeks By Greg Ford The clock is now ticking, and plans are b...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 17 August 2006

Page 2 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 17, 2006 ' Summer league effort caught scouts' eyes continued from page IB cy in hitting three-pointers from the corner at crucial times. Her play was frequently over- shadowed by 6-foot-2 Jackie Stanley, a star at post and a Div. I prospect for the coming year. small universities and junior col- leges were made and Powell select- ed Cowley from among the con- tenders. Powell's favorite part of the game is the challenge. "Whenever you're down, getting back in it," she said. After graduating in May, Powell competed on a team called the Lady Lakers. It was during the summer league games that she drew the attention of several college scouts. Powell was not fully utilized in a game plan focused primarily on getting the ball inside to Stanley. After graduating in May, Powell competed on a team called the Lady Lakers. It was during these summer league games that she drew the attention of several college scouts. Several full-ride offe...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 17 August 2006

i $$£«' ' -vfe; I •'.: Sports Wylie Football Thursday, August 17, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section B - Page 3 wmmmmmnmmmnmmm Offensive line's role even more vital against 5A competition By Shiela K. Haynes Outside of immediate family members, even the most avid foot- ball fans would be hard-pressed to name a single player on Wylie's offensive line. However, if the center snaps the ball over the quarterback's head or a tackle misses the block that allows the running back to be tack- led behind the line of scrimmage, everyone in the stands is scram- bling for the program to see who let that happen, and then almost immediately forgets the name. All that is about to change. Everybody in 5A has skill play- -ers. Speedy receivers with great hands, acrobatic defensive backs and big linebackers abound. Ii is in the trenches that games will be won and lost in 5A. The 2006 season opens with all new faces from the top to bottom including new coaches. Offensive coordinator Shanon Purcell has br...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 17 August 2006

'• • • 1 ■ • > Page 4 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 17,2006 san Sports Wylie Volleyball • . ■ ' ■ ; ,, moKKKmrnsmmtm Lady Pirates set sail for 2006 season Varsity squad remains solid despite losses to graduation, injuries By Shiela K. Haynes The Lady Pirales kicked off the volleyball season with back-to-back multi-school scrimmages at Keller Central and Frisco on Friday and Saturday. Coaches were able to get a good look at their freshmen, junior var- sity and varsity squads in match- ups that included teams from Denton, Dallas and surrounding districts. Al Keller Friday, the Wylie var- sity dominated Woodrow Wilson in the first 40-minute scrimmage and competed very well against Keller Central in the second, falling behind as the clock ticked down. During the scrimmages, players rotated in and out of the lineup pro- viding an opportunity for each to participate. The season was scheduled to begin Tuesday versus TCA at home. Details of the game were not avail- abl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

k- 76e Sachse ews if Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse 0 Coi>\rit>hl 2<M) All rights re\rnrd Volume 2: Issue 30 Call us at 972-442-5515 Obituaries 4A Op/Com 7 A Sports Section B Real Estate 2C Classifieds 4C Library begins storytime The Sachse Public Library will begin their children's storytime at 0 a.m. Thursday at the library. Children and parents are invited to come and enjoy the stories which lasts approximately 20 min- utes. The library hours are: Monday - Thursday 12 p.m. - X p.m. Friday - 12 p.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. The library is located at 3815 Sachse Rd. For information call 472 530- 8466 Sachse HS band concert The Sachse High School Band is performing a free band preview concert for students, parents and the community at 7 p.m. Thursday, in Mustang Stadium. In case of rain, the concert will be held in the SHS cafeteria. For information call Band Director Alan Goodwin at 972- 414-7450. Public invited to Historical meeting The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

Page 2 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. August 24. 2006 Area Murphy Road Baptist giving parents some 'Heavenly' help By Jamie Engle Ongoing support for parents is high on the list at Murphy Road Baptist Church. The church is offering Bible studies geared specifically for parents and several programs for children. "There are many different types of parents and families," said Amy a member of the activities team at Murphy Road Baptist Church. "Hopefully when parents come to the programs they'll be able to find some- one experiencing the same situations they're in, or find people who have gone through the same things." Baggett's interest in the parent pro- grams began about a year and a half ago. Her oldest daughter was, in Baggett's words, "completely out of control. Every time we went to church, she'd be throwing a fit on the ground." That's when Tina O'Leary sal Baggett down and told her she needed to get a hold of her child. 'Tina told me two or three things to do, and it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

Local Thursday, August 24. 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 3 Court system reacts to terrorist threats continued from page IA plea bargain process." Gregory said since 9/11, many federal resources have been divert- ed to light the war on terror," she said. "As a result, already scarce resources have been directed away from economic and other types of crimes," she said. "Advances in technology also challenge authorities as criminals ulili/.e these tools to gain the upper hand by devising innovative scams." Gregory emphasized that the recent advent of terrorism in America and the new and constant threat of their use of weapons of mass destruction to kill us, cripple air transportation and weaken our economy, has caused our legal and court systems to adjust to react to those threats. "When the Constitution was first formed, there were only three crimes for the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts and those were counterfeiting, piracy, and trea- son," she said. "Now there are ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

, VI ,1 Page 4 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 24, 2006 i Uutlh 1/ li\s Madge Patterson Funeral services for Madge Patterson, 95, of Garland, were held Aug. 17, 2006, at Hurst's Fielder-Baker Chapel in Farmersville. Interment followed at Merit Cemetery in Merit. The Rev. Bart Barber officiated. Mrs. Patterson died on Aug.l 15 at Lake Point Medical Center. She was born on June 29, 1911. to Walter and Julius Nevada Reed Welch. She married Morris T. Patterson Aug. 17. 1934. He sur- vives. Other survivors include her daughter Malenda Wesl and her husband John, of Wylie; sons; Morris Herrell Patterson of Kingston. Okla., Tony Mack Patterson of Hartford. Conn.. Bud Patterson and his wife Idadella. of Arlington, and Jerry Wayne Patterson oi Garland. She has seven grandchildren. 12 great grandchildren and five great great grandchildren. Frances C. Holly Funeral services for Frances Holly, formerly of Wylie. were held Aug. 23, 2(X)6. at D'Elia Funeral Home in Lakewood. N.J. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

■ . . . . . .: ■' •'.. ! , ■$$$ 0$ Occasions Thursday, August 24, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 5 . mm ' Silver Scene by Dixie Dickson, Senior Center Coordinator Dixie Dickson Last week we "Celebrated Texas" at our monthly carry-in I u n c h e o n . Seventy-two hun- gry folks gath- ered to enjoy the food that was delicious and the socialising was great. Book Club met Friday morning and discussed the "Five People You Meet in Heaven" and chose "The" Devil Wore Prada" lor this month's reading. You are welcome to join our book club anytime. They meet at the library every third Friday al 10 a.m. Our trip lor this week to the Dallas Old City Park - Heritage Village was just too hot lor this year. We will reschedule in Ihe fall or next spring. We won't miss it, but I am concerned about being in this U.iml of heal and all ihe walking. W Tomorrow we will be going lo Ihe Rodeo in Mesquite. Seats are limit- ed so call early in ihe morning if you think you want lo go with us. Nexl w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

Paje 6 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 24,2006 mm Education WHS faculty drums up teacher unity By Caitlyn Cox Marching into a room, single File, not knowing what to expect, WHS teachers were surprised with a unique and different team building experience last Tuesday. The Drum Caf6 came to Wylie High School to help promote teamwork, and to uplift spirits throughout the faculty during teacher in-service. Dale Monnin of the Drum Cafd led the drum call, which, in Africa, is an invitation to mark special occasions such as funerals, births and other celebrations. To unite the teachers, they were assem- bled into a circle. "A circle has no beginning and no end," Monnin said. Each teacher had his or her own African drum and immediately began beating it to the rhythm set by the live person band without a word of instruction. Monnin managed to capture his audience and create a rhythmic drumming orchestra with no words, only hand signals and lacial expres- sions. Monnin referr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

i , Sf V- ■(?;,! * ' . Thursday, August 24, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 7 THE SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock Managing Editor Donnita Nesbit Fisher Good News Who still walks in His footsteps? lie t lu: Remember WWJD? Back in the 90s, religious folk were sport- ing t-shirts, jew- elry and bumper stickers pro- claiming their intent to imitate Christ in the world. A whole industry sprang up overnight as anything that didn't move could be emblazoned with WWJI) ... Wlial Would Jesus Do? Well, that blew over like Beanie Babies and Pokemon cards. But here we are in 2006, still living in a dangerous world — A world, as the new Superman movie asserts, that is still in need of a savior! So can we still ask the question: What would our homes and churches be like if Christians got real and followed the real Jesus, living lives that reflected His love on earth'.'! If Jesus was really mov- ing in our lives, how would we do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

m Page 8 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. August 24.2006 ■ . ■ v-%ir ^j-. Casino committee praised for work ^continued from page IA & Vitamin Shop and Time Warner Cable. Texas Hold Em Sponsors were. Office Resource Group and Sambina Properties, Ltd. Gaming Table Sponsors were. Amy Steen with Braxton Studios; Christine Robnet of The Dallas Morning News, Doris Waller of Brooke Insurance and Financial Services; and Lisa Newman with The Tuscan Agency-Allstate Insurance. Casino Committee members were Anita Collins, American National Bank of Texas; Kelly Cooper, Sachse First United Methodist Church; Linda Flowers, Fox and Flowers Distinctive Gift Baskets; Inc., Linda Gerstner, Mr. G's Tees; Carrie Humphries, F.A.I.T.H. Jewelry; Cyndi Mitchell, Office Resource Group; Gregory Mitchell, The Mitchell Law Firm; Patty Montagno, the Sachse News-, and Clint Rytima, Always a Cleaner Carpet. Covington said the committee worked tirelessly and they were very pleased that the evening a su...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

Sports C&S Media Publications Srtffl * i ■ fa Wylie's defense will field a totally new front three in 2006. Page 3B The Lady Pirates take second at the McKinney North Tournament. 1ft '. ■ % - ^jjpB Sj •Jl •: Upcoming games H Contact us The Sachse News Sports Department Office —972-442-5515 Fax —972-442-4318 Email: gford @ wylienews.com Volleyball Tenuis Sachse Football Aug. 26: Sachse at Little Elm, 7 p.m. scheduled start for varsity con- test, which will be preceded by the freshmen and junior varsity games. Volleyball Varsity Aug. 25-26: Sachse at the Allen Varsity Tournament. TBA. Aug. 29: Sachse versus Mesquite Horn and Wylie at Mesquite Horn. TBA. ^ Junior Varsity Aug. 26: Sachse versus McKinney, TBA. Wylie Football Varsity Aug. 25: Forney versus Wylie (scrim- mage) at Pirate Stadium. TBA. Junior Varsity Aug. 25: Forney versus Wylie (scrimmage I at Pirate Stadium. TBA. Freshmen Aug. 25: Forney versus Wylie (scrimmage) at Pirate Stadium, TBA. Volleyball Varsity Aug. 25-26: Wy...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

Fftge 2 - Section B-THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. August 24,2006 Coach determined to remain competitive within district r ■ * -- ' ' : continued from page IB who combined to make it spring regionals as a doubles tandem. Currently, Adams said, they're prob- ably the top two singles players. "I'm hoping I have a couple of girls moving in who are going to help us," Adams said. The 2006-07 squad will have much to live up to, as last year's leam made great strides, jumping from a fourth-place finish at the dis- trict meet in spring 2005 to second last spring. Much of that was due to the improved performance by the girls team. This season, Adams anticipates that new district foe Rockwall will be one of the teams to beat, as will Garland, Rowlett, and Naaman Forest. "Just losing two girls, I'm still expecting to hang in there with (regard to) district," she said. "Of course, with losing the top three boys, (we're) not going to be as strong as we were, but I'm still expecting a lot from them....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

• -v P . . Sports Wvlie Football Thursday, August 24, 2006 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section B I'age 3 All new front three will battle in trenches for Pirates By Shiela K. Hayncs Wylie runs an effective 3-4 defense with three on the line and four linebackers. Last season's starting linemen have graduated, thereby necessitat- ing a complete reloading in 2006. Defensive line coach Brad Phelps has a good pool of talent to draw from in building a new line. "Defensive linemen are typical- ly guys who are strong, with some agility and some quickness," he said. "A player needs to be a unique mix of strength anil speed to fit into the mold. They are big- time weight room guys, they work hard, have speed and Ciod-given ability." Nose guard Nikita Whitlock and left tackle Polo Kill man have earned starting positions, but the right tackle is still up for grabs and Khere are plenty of contenders for hat final opening, all seniors. Mike Jones, Jammie Seepaul and Chris Kreymer are each com- peting for ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

.... Page 4 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 24, 2(M)6 . . • mwm ' M ■ ■: MMi ■■■ Wvlie Volleyball Lady Pirates capture second at McKinney North Tournament By Shiela K. Haynes The Lady Pirates are off to a hot start in 2(X)6 after taking second place out of 26 teams in the Aug. 18-19 McKinney North Tournament. On Saturday, the Lady Pirates rolled over Gainesville, Midland Lee and The Colony before facing McKinney Boyd in the champi- onship round. Against Boyd. Wylie fell 16-25 in the first game, hut rebounded with a 25-22 win in the second. Game } was a battle but when it was over, Boyd claimed a 28-26 victory, taking a 2-1 edge, and then putting the match away with a 25- 14 win to claim the championship trophy. Earlier in the week, Toler had said her varsity squad would not he at Meet the Pirate Night on Saturday because they "would be playing in the championship at the McKinney tournament that evening." Keeping Toler true to her word, the Lady Pirates did in fact p...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

WHSsW . Spotlight Inside: Area Real Estate Guide , home, rental and business listings, financing, insurance, mortgage assistance Classifieds Section C C&S Media Publications August 23 - 24.2006 B in Left: Gary Overby, Lions Club past president, and the other Lions Club members heard Brooke Graham tell of her camp experiences at a recent meeting. The Sachse Lions Club helped fourth grader Brooke attend Texas Lions Camp, a Lions-sponsored summer camp for children with diabetes. Thanks to the camp, Brooke learned to take care of her diabetes more independently including Finding less sensitive spots to test her blood sugar level. Taking diabetes head on With 4 1M dtiide B By Patty Montagno rooke Graham tried to smile as she waved goodbye to her parents, Mark and Stacey. Nine-year-old Brooke was about to spend her first week away from home in summer camp. The parting was bitter sweet for the Grahams because Brooke was staying at the Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville. "The Texas Lions Cam...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 24 August 2006

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