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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 31 March 2005

March 30 -31, 2005 - C&S Media Publications - Home & Garden - Section D - Pa&e 3 Special Advertising Section Shade Garden * DON'T LET AREAS of your yard untouched by sun ham- per your landscaping. Some plants flourish without direct sunlight and The Old Farmer's Almanac Gardener's Companion All-Seasons Garden Guide recommends the best types to grow in shady areas. A Deep-Shade Garden With the appropriate soil amendments - compost, manure, and shredded leaves - a shady area can be transformed into an attractive garden. Choose any of the recom- mended plants below for a cool, lush look. Alpine barrenwort: Green, heart-shape leaves turn bronze in fall; demure flowers; variety of colors, depending on cultivar. Bleeding heart: Glorious plant of mid- spring, topped with pink and white, droop- ing, heart-shape flowers on a large, fernlike plant. Bugleweed: Purple and green leaves on spreading, low-growing ground cover. Pretty blue or pink flowers in summer. Coral bells: More th...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 31 March 2005

Page 4- Section D - Home & Garden - C&S Media Publications - March 30-31, 2005 Special Advertising Section Tips for buying the perfect lawn mower By Mike Ferrara The Lazy Homeowner Lazy homeowner types like me are known for not rush- ing into the decision of buy- ing a new lawn mower. We have grown to accept the fact that the mower in the garage takes forever to get started, is a chore to push around the lawn and spits grass every- where. This year, I decided it was time for a change. Lawn mowers certainly have come a long way, offer- ing more features that add value and convenience for homeowners. When it comes time to replace your lawn mower, start the buying proccss with a plan. After doing a bit of shopping around for a lawn mower for myself, I have developed a few tips to make find- ing the right mow^r easier. • Pick a Self- Propelled Model: Push and self-pro- pelled mod- els are the two most c o m m o n types of lawn mowers. Self-propelled mowers make mowing your lawn ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 31 March 2005

March 30-31, 2005 C&S Media Publications Home A Garden Section I) Page 5 Special Advertising Section Control weeds without chemicals Getting rid of dandelions and weeds without using chemicals is a more envi- ronmentally- friendly way of maintaining your lawn, but it can be chal- lenging. Oftentimes, one has no choice but to get down on his hands and knees to pull up weeds or dig them out with some sort of tool. It can be a tough, tirne-consum- |ug task. ™ But it does- n't have to be if you use the proper tools and follow these simple techniques. Full weeds right Identify the weeds in your garden and learn about their life cycles. Annuals spread by seed, so you need to pull them before their seeds set. To eliminate perennials, dig out the entire root. Comfortable tools, like the UpRoot® Weed & Root Remover from Fiskars, can make the job less painful. The UpRoot lets you weed your gar- den while standing upright. Its long stainless-steel claws dig deeper and grab more of the ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 31 March 2005

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

SUBSCRIBE TO THE SACHSE NEWS! CALL 972-442-5515 Sachse News Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse 0 Copyright 2005 All rights reserved Volume 1: Issue 10 Sachse, Texas • Thursday, April 7, 2005 • C&S Media Publications 50 Cents Call us at 972-442-5515 if# m Collin County Airport becomes regional draw. Story on page 1C. Lady Mustangs in tie Tor second place in district Story on page IB i Obituaries 4A Opinions 9A Real Estate 2C Classifieds 5C Candidate forum The Sachse Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a 'Meet the Candidates' night. The forum will take place at 6:30 p.m. April 14 at Sachse Assembly of God Fellowship Hall. Running for Place 3 is Incumbent Jim Burnett, David Newman and Jeff Slusher. Vying for Place 4 are incumbent Paul Head, Mark Durbin, Blair Smith and Scott Whitfield. Historical society The annual membership meeting of the Sachse Historical Society has been rescheduled for 2 p.m. April 17 at the Charles W. Smith and Sons Funeral Home, 2925 5th St....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

Page 2- Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS- Thursday, April 7, 2005 Area Briefs Wylie ■ Meals on Wheels has moved to new location Meals on Wheels has moved to the Church of Christ in Wylie. If you or someone you know needs services, call 972-824-0001. Participants must meet the following qualifications: be 60 years old, unable to drive, unable to prepare meals, have no assistance in meal preparation and live within the Wylie city limits or Wylie school district. To volunteer to be a driver or a back-up driver to deliver meals, call 972-784-0001. ■ Drill team in need of coaches Wylie Drill Team, entering its third year, is a community dance and cheer organization for girls entering third through sixth grades. The drill team members perform at half time and cheer for the Wylie Football League youth games during the fall season. The dancers par- ticipate in many community events throughout the season, performing as often as possible. Due to the expanding organization and growing number of par...

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

Local Thursday, April 7, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS Section A - Page 3 Volunteers needed for boards, commissions Applications for two City of Sachse Boards and Commissions are currently being accepted at city hall. There are two available posi- tions due to the resignations of two board members. "These boards help the city in planning for current and future needs," Mayor Mike Felix said. "Citizen involvement in city gov- ernment is valued and greatly appreciated." Applicants must be 18 years old, reside in the city and be registered voters. They will serve two-year terms. The two Sachse Boards with openings are: ■ Planning and Zoning Commission - The board meets the second and fourth Mondays of every month to formulate plans, obtain information and make rec- ommendations regarding zoning issues. The open term expires in November 2005. ■ Sachse Economic Development Corporation - The board meets the second Wednesday of the month to work with (he city to develop methods to attract and assi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

Page 4- Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, April 7, 2005 ■■■■■■■■■■I -vl&Ii4& ;?■ i A* Mary Ruth Ratterree Norsworthy Funeral services for Mary Ruth Ratterree Norsworthy, 55, of Piano, were held March 31, 2005, at the First Baptist Church in Sachse. Interment followed at the Kreymer Cemetery. The Rev. Rick Morrow officiated. Mrs. Norsworthy died March 29 at her home after a struggle with can- cer. She was bom Aug. 25, 1949 in Liberty Grove to Henry Willis and Francis Ruth (Parker) Ratterree. She was raised in the Wylie area and graduated from Wylie High School. After graduation she worked as a beautician for many years in Wylie before moving to Piano where she was employed by The Park in Piano. She married John Douglas Norsworthy on Jan. 27, 1990 in Piano. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Sachse. According to her family, "Mary loved life, her family and was a friend to all. Her compassion touched all those who knew and loved her." Survivors include her hu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

Occasions Thursday, April 7, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A Page 5 Ik. I ■ i <jW Krystal Covin and Jeff Wall , Cavin, Wall plan nuptials Michael and Patricia Cavin. of Rowlett, proudly announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Krystal, to Jeff Wall of Wylie. The prospective groom is the son of Tonya auu Hrad I'cflin of Wylie and Rick and Belinda Wall of New Mexico. The wedding is May 8 at the Alexander Mansion in Garland. More Occasions announcements on paqe 6A of this week's newspaper. Tina Dunn and Matthew Tourney Dunn, Tourney to wed Terry Dunn, of Dallas has announced the engagement of her daughter, Tina Dunn, to Matthew Tourney, of Sachse. She is also the daughter of the late Floyd H. Dunn of Lake Charles, La. The prospective groom is the son of Roy and Kathy Tourney of Franklin, La. The wedding is planned for April 23 in Lafayette, La The bride-elect is originally from Lake Charles, La. and is a 1997 grad- uate of McNeesc State University. She is employed at Brooke F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

Page 6- Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, April 7, 2005 mmmm ■MM Occasions • Local Peek, True exchange vows Megan Peek, of Piano, and Michael True, of Piano, formerly of Wylie, exchanged wedding vows March 5, 2005, at Custer Road United Methodist Church in Piano. The Rev. John Richardson officiated over the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Chuck Peek of Oakland, Iowa and Kathy Peek of Piano. Parents of the groom are Dan and Renee True of West Chester, Pa. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a long, white gown with spaghetti straps, lined with rhinestones. It was gathered in the middle with silver, had lace up the back, and rhinestones lined the front and train. Her veil was triple layered tulle. She carried a bouquet of pink and white gerber daisies, tulips, roses, baby's breath, heather, stcphanolis and assorted greenery. The bride's sister, Tara Peek, of Allen, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Lesley Peek of Piano, Jenny Hunt of Norman, Okla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock Managing Editor Donnita Nesbit Fisher Button, button, who's got the button? Thursday April 7, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 7 I recently met three friends for lunch at Mariposa, the restaurant in Neiinan-Marcus in the Shops at Willow Bend. (I don't know why I'm telling you where we ate except possi- bly to impress you with what a high roller I am, dining at Neiman-Marcus. Don't worry - I was at Ballard St. Cafd the following Saturday with a bunch of band moms, so don't think I'm getting too big for my maroon britches.) Anyway - we had lunch, then (oops!) accidentally fell out into the mall and shopped a bit. In one of the terminally prissy stores in Willow Bend, we came upon a little purse that was entirely covered with small but- tons. P My friend Carol commented that she could make one of these with all the extra buttons she had that had come with clothing she had bought over t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

ustang Snorts C&S Media Publications Section B The Sue lis e News • 'rn Scorecard Upcoming Softball Saturday, April 9 ' The Lady Mustangs will play at Rowlett at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 12 ' The Lady Mustangs will play Garland Lakeview Centennial. Varsity begins at 4:30 p.m. Baseball Friday, April 8 ' The Mustangs will play North Garland at 4 p.m. SHS hosting PS2 Madden tourney The Sachse High School Class of ^.X)7 will host a PS2 Madden 2005 Tournament from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 16 in the SHS cafeteria. The tournament is open to stu- dents in grades four through 12. There will be brackets for elemen- tary, middle school and high school. Kegistration is SiO per jjcisuu with a two game guarantee. Registration forms can be obtained in the school offices or by contact- ing Sally Emert at sallyemert@aol.com or 972-414- 8030. Entries must be postmarked by April 11. There will be no register- ing at the door. Wylie chamber golf tourney set for April 22 The 20th Annual Wylie Chamber...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

Page 2- Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, April 7, 2005 Mustangs fare well in first of varsity track contests Sports continued from page IB and JV." "We have a couple of standouts that really come to mind. Robert Reed has a pretty good chance of getting into the Texas Relays, fie ran a four (minute) 27 (secoud) mile last week at the Jesuit Relays." We've gotten a couple of injuries on the team that are keeping my (4x100-meter relay team) down. Overall, we're in a pretty tough dis- trict, but we should fare somewhere in the middle." Laughery said the strength of the team right now is probably the mid- dle distance runners. "I've got guys that concentrate really really hard on the (quarter-mile)." "We're kind of lacking in speed," he said. "We have to find some races where we can really compete. The quarter is something that is not all about speed, it's more about guts. So, that's kind of what we focus more on." Laughery thinks to finish in the top four of District 11-5A would b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

Golf course starts at Woodbridge Golf Course A different approach to teaching the game of golf will began April 1 at Woodbridge Golf Club in Wylie. Classes are now forming that promise to offer something for new golfers that is not found in most training programs: time on a golf course with an instructor. Woodbridge is one of eight facil- ities in the country, all in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, now offering the new Adams Golf Learning Center program. Rick Woodson, Woodbridge Head Teaching Professional, said a ses- sion's ten hours of instruction are aimed at teaching the beginner, or inexperienced golfer, the whole game of golf, not just how to swing a club at a driving range. 'They're going to get six hours on the range, and four hours on the golf course," he said. "Not many programs offer that. That's a very overlooked part of the game." A session will consist of classes once a week for six weeks. Morning, afternoon, and evening start times are available. Woodson says the sta...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

WHS track team sets new records The Wylie varsity girls track team placed fifth overall at the Cotton Ford Relays in Greenville last Saturday, setting four school records along the way. The 4x100-meter relay team of Emily Clay, Kayla Tukpei, Melanic Fellows, and Tiara Polk placed third with a time of 49.25 seconds, breaking the old WHS record of 49.79 seconds. Fellows, Polk, Tukpei, and Jamia Robinson ran the 4x200- meter relay, setting a new school record for that race with a time of 1 minute 43.9 seconds. They beat the former record by a second. Mallory Coker won the 300- meter hurdles also in a school record- breaking time of 45.34 seconds. Coker came in second in the LOO-meter hurdles, and Melanic Allows placed fifth. Robinson's 24.43 seconds in the 200-meters took first place and set a new Lady Pirate record. Kortney Dancer earned fifth in the 3200-meter race. In the 1600-meter race, Claire Tafelski placed fourth. The boys team finished eleventh in the field of 18 teams. Mallor...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

Page 6 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS- Thursday, April 7, 2005 Persistent Hornets sting Pirates 3-2 in first playoff round By Buddy Finnie Last week, the Pirates faced a team that just wouldn't go away and that is what cost them the game. The persistence of the Athens Hornets took the Pirates into a third overtime shootout, which the Hornets won, 3-2. Sixteen minutes and 15 seconds into the first half, Brandon McCord headed in a goal assisted by Conner Hickey, putting Wylie up, 1 -0. Exactly one minute later, there was a penalty kick on the Pirates' goal and the Hornets were success- ful, tying up the score, 1-1. Hickey and Wentworth made Low Cost Vaccination Clinic for Dogs & Cats Saturday April 9 9am - 4pm (Second Saturday every month) Vaccination Station Dr. Kevin Gibbs ■ Babies vaccination $9 • Dog Combo $32 for DHPPC, Bordetella & Rabies • Cat Combo $29 for Feline Leukemia, FVRCP-C & Rabies ■ Occult Heartworm Test $15 ■ Heartgard Plus heartworm preventative $13 to $3...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

Hint m Section C C&S Media Publications Area Real Estate Guide inside ... house, rental and business listings, financing, insurance April 6-7, 2005 County airport becoming regional draw mm , j A bird and a Cessna share the same airspace on a recent morning at Collin County Airport in McKinney. From municipal beginnings, McKinney airport grows to service area By Jennifer Miller As a way of fulfilling his lifelong dream to be a pilot, Ron Newton of Wylie has spent his spare time for the last 12 years as a flight instructor, most recently out of the Collin County Regional Airport in McKinney. "I always wanted to fly my whole life, but I was in my 40's before I could afford it." he said. The native California!! transplanted to Texas in the 1980's, and got his pilot's license in 1993. As part of this labor of love, he began by renting out space at the Addison airport for his four-seater Piper Cherokee 140. But then, the Addison airport became too crowded, he said. So, about live year...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 7 April 2005

( \U ^ -v. ---v ^c _~"t« .* 7 ' " * i? J .* ' 1 V * ,* ' ." * ■ ..* ^ - V -. w V . •* • * •'■ ** •" • • " Page 2 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - April 6-7, 2005 lAsCcLe/ Qnlu^i High Point Properties "REAL ESTATE FOR YOUR WORLD" www.century21.com Each office Independently Owned 4 Operated NOW with more brokers... ...more agents! p Steve Bolgiano 972-342-7046 Broker/Owner James Hemby 972-658-7125 Broker Jack Grant 213-384-4759 Broker Corky Smith Ott. 972-625-2100 General Manager Teresa Strange 972-896-9772 Realtor Jessica L. Joseph 972-408-5271 Commercial Bryan Bickman 214-663-4686 Realtor Karen Ferguson 214-676-1467 Realtor Lavell Garner 214-695-7304 Realtor Richard Gore 214-908-1516 Realtor i Shy Joe Hipp 972-672-2674 Kelly Italia 972-733-5023 Mike Italia 972-733-5023 Cathy McDuffie - 214-675-1499 Dave Melvin 972-746-8691 Dawn Pott 214-450-6681 John Sandiford 214-288-3833 Jim Hudson - 972-948-3643 Carroll Howard 972-625-5190 Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor Realtor...

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