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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 31 March 1999

mm Wednesday, March 31,1999 This Paper is Recyclable The Colony Courier 7 A HOLY, HAPpy n 9 TO DO LIST... IZJ College planning (Z1 Career 0 Family IZ1 Vacation (ZI Financial 0 Retirement For all the y°u better one... ■ 4* m 't/s^ 'For 1 know the plans I have for you declares the Lord: Plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a good future." Jeremiah 29:11 Trinity Presbyterian Church 4700 Nash at Main - 972-625-1702 it £tiU* Sfd*f it 9:00 €<ul 11:00 £e*te* Sff '3W it 10:iS First United Methodist 4901 Paige Road The Colony 972-625-1281 Maundy Thursday Service will be at 7:00 p.m. on April 1st. Good Friday Service will be at 7:00 p.m. on April 2nd. There will be an Easter Sunrise Service at 6:45 a.m. on April 4th held at • Bill Allen Memorial Park. Our Easter Worship Services will be at 8:30 a.m., 9:45 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. An Easter Egg Hunt is scheduled for Sunday at 3:00 p.m. at the Church. Please come and join us as we gather together honoring Christ Visit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 31 March 1999

8A The Colony Courier This Paper is Recyclable Wednesday, March 31,1999 Forum (Continued from page 1A) adding only five to 10 years of life to the new thoroughfares. Place 1 can- didate John Gordon said he believes water and sewer lines should be added to the infrastructure package. Kovatch put forth a specific sched- ule of workshops and public hearings leading up to an August bond elec- tion and the start of work in the spring of 2000. ■ Manning, Kovatch, Gordon, Henville-Shannon, Jue and Reyes voiced support for revisiting the pos- sibility of locating a sports/commu- nity complex near Highway 121, an option scuttled by Council last year. Watts believes Wynnewood Penin- sula is the best place for athletic fields, and Longo wants to upgrade existing parks and build new ones on land the city already owns. Gordon and Reyes, most specifically, said such a complex should also accom- modate the fine arts. ■ Place 2 candidate Ray Reyes said that people with business interests in the cit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 31 March 1999

Wednesday, March 31,1999 This Paper is Recyclable The Colony Courier Parade signals start of Little League season By RICH LEWIS Staff Writer This year The Colony Little League is dedicating the season to Indians coach Lynn Ramsey who passed away last fall after a kidney failure. Ramsey coached for over 15 years beginning in Pee Wee ball when he coached his son Clark, now 26 years old. On the left sleeve of all players uniforms this year will be the initials LR. In ceremonies honoring Ramsey conducted at home plate prior to the start of the first regular season game, former assistant coach to Ramsey, Dave Johnston sated, "Lynn was very special to us Indians last season. Play hard ^nd play with your hearts. Lynn would like that." Ramsey and Johnston were not only coaches to- gether but, "neighbors and friends for over 15 years," Johnston stated. As the dark clouds moved closer and closer signaling rain on the way Clark threw out the first pitch to officially start the season. With ope...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 31 March 1999

10A The Colony Courier This Paper is Recyclable Wednesday, March 31,1999 SPORTS Cougars finish season 6-1; fall apart in final period By RICH LEWIS Staff Writer The Colony High School hockey team ended their season much the same way it began. TCHS lost in a first round playoff game, 6-1, to Carrollton/Farmers Branch Vipers last Sunday at Iceoplex. In a game that coach John O'Neal termed, "one we have a chance to win," TCHS fell apart late in the third period. With 9:58 left in the third period Jason Hunnicutt stole a pass deep in Carrollton's end and scored a short- handed goal making it 2-1. Hunnicutt was applying pressure when he inter- cepted a pass and sent a backhanded shot past goalie Adam Preusse. Thirty eight seconds later Hunnicutt was whistled for high sticking joining teammate Chuck Akin who was al- ready in the box for elbowing. With 8 minutes left David Leader of Carrollton was whistled for high sticking resulting in a four on four situation. TCHS lost the ensuing face-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 31 March 1999

Wednesday, March 31,1999 This Paper is Recyclable The Colony Courier 11 a 625-9698 - Neighborhood Classifieds - 625-9698 BARBERS COMPUTERS FENCE FOUNDATION HOME REPAIRS The Colony's first real Barker Shop Locally Oxned and Operated since I9S0 colon; Latest haircuts for men and boys Clipper Cuts ♦ Fades ♦ Flattops ♦ r2? Bowt Cuts + and more + gJ9 No appointment necessary Open lues. • Sat NW Comer of 370-9065 PAIGE &S. COLONY JB Enterprises Free Pick-Up and Delivery Make Your Home Computer Y2K Compatible • Custom Built Systems • Computer Repairs • Upgrades * Software Installation Voice 972-370-0008 Fax 972-370-0009 B&E Professional Fence FREE ESTIMATES 24 Hours: 972-238-2123 Member of The Colony Chamber of Commerce No Money Down • References Available Any repair or new fence gets a one year FREE subscription to The Colony Courier. Limited time offer Bob & Ethel Foundation Problems Solved liB&l haaJ IM-1 Brichat's Foundation Repair Drilled concrete piers. Personal Servi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 31 March 1999

12A The Colony Courier This Paper is Recyclable SPORTS Wednesday, March 31,1999 The Texas Fire Basketball Club, a girl's 13-year-old team affiliated with the Texas Shoot- ing Stars and the Amateur Ath- letic Union, recently competed in two consecutive tournaments in Coppell and Mansfield. The team competed in the 14-year- old age bracket and won first place in both tournaments. Those wins qualify them for two different national tournaments for Youth Basketball of America and USA Hoops. The team is comprised of girls from all over the Dallas area with one, Shannon Stueber, from The Colony. Pictured with Stueber is coach Mel Hall. Submitted photo Girls state championship benefited city, businesses By RICH LEWIS Staff Writer On March 19-21 the Texas Ama- teur Athletic Federation Girls State Championship Basketball Tourna- ment was hosted by The Colony. A total of 79 teams descended upon our city. The brackets were 12 and un- der, 10 and under, 8 and under. Each bracket crowned a Divisi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 7 April 1999

<# * Proudly Serving The Colony, Texas Proudly Servii Colony Vol. 2, Num. 22 Wednesday, April 7, 1999 www.thecolonycourier.com Austin Ranch, Legends and restaurant site approved By DAVE SORTER Staff Writer In three corners of the city, growth was moved forward by actions of City Council on Monday night. Three site plans were approved during the meeting, all of which were firsts: the first construction on Aus- tin Ranch; the first resident-services area in The Legends development; and the first business to build a store as a result of the new Wal-Mart SuperCenter. And developers of all three projects said dirt should be moving at least within the next month - and as soon as Monday in the case of The Parks *at Austin Ranch, a 538-unit apartment complex on the under-con- struction Windhaven Parkway. The Legends' amenities center, to be built on the just-opened Morning Star Drive, should be under way soon, and a Whataburger restaurant on High- way 121 in front of Wal-Mart could be se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 7 April 1999

A %- d>"*ck 2A The Colony Courier This Paper is Recyclable Wednesday, April 7,1999 LOCAL NEWS Date Hiah Low Preco Tues. 58 50 0.00 Wed. 68 57 0.01 Thur. 72 59 0.00 Frl. 81 70 0.00 Sat. 75 55 0.90 Sun. 77 51 0.11 Mon. 78 65 0.02 Adopt-a-Pet: Pets of the week These animals are one of many available for adoption at The Colony Animal Shel ter, located at 4720 E. Lake Highlands. For more information call 625-5545. I COMMUNITY CALENDAR MENUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Thursday, April 8 Lunch: Potato bar or steak fingers with gravy, green beans, cherries with topping, homemade rolls. Friday, April 9 Lunch: Corn dog basket or sausage pizza with W.K. corn, apple and orange wedges, apricot muffins. Monday, April 12 Lunch: Chicken tender basket or burrito with chili and cheese with Mexican Rice, ambrosia, green beans. Tuesday, April 13 Lunch: Salad bar or Italian Hoagie with marinara sauce with potato chips, spiced apples, lettuce and tomato. Wednesday, April 14 Lunch: Hamburger basket or lasagna w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 7 April 1999

Wednesday, April 7,1999 This Paper is Recyclable The Colony Courier 3A B & E Professional Fence Double Drive Custom Gate Retaining Wall & Fence Flower Mound Horse Ranch. "Andrew and Stacey Quarrels Equesrian Estates" Custom Entrance Fence Decorative Column & Picket •if tosrn*... jiitiiii - - Decorative Picket 44 fcj ^ I I i M I.* ftJs'ff.iOl-. '-J. V V . aXtihtJy ' FREE Estimates 24 Hours: (972)238-2123 Why Pay More For Less Custom fencing, fencing repair, retaining wall & yards leveled, wind insurance claims, water control (french ditches) - WARRANTY Call Today To Set Up Your Free Estimate. Be One Of Our Hundreds OF Satisfied Customers 99 a yy Satisfaction Guaranteed! ! J Retaining Wall & Fence : V >' •• , * . ' ' —— 2—— Shadow Fence and Double Gate Members of The Colony Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 861918 Piano, TX. 75086 Bob and Ethelyn Estimating team Batt on Board Wall Supporting House Footings Dog Ear White Wood s&mmuuii?! j! ni 4' Picket Gothic Doub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 7 April 1999

The Colony Courier This Paper is Recyclable Wednesday, April 7,1999 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Lost, but found I want to tell you about a lovely young couple from your city who came to the aid of a senior citizen who had lost her way on February 1 while going home to Oklahoma from Ar- lington, Texas. I stopped at a restaurant in Carrollton to ask directions to I.S. 35. I approached a young man who as- sured me I was on the right street. I thanked him and returned to my car only to discover it wouldn't start. I approached the same young man to ask about a service center. He sug- gested we open the hood and check the battery. Another young man drove his car up beside mine and they tried to jump the battery, but it didn't work. By this time the first young man's wife left her car and came back to see what the problem was. She immedi- ately got on her cell phone and called Pep Boys service center who agreed to repair my car. She then called a towing service to come and tow my car to the serv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 7 April 1999

Wednesday, April 7,1999 This Paper is Recyclable The Colony Courier SCHOOLS & YOUTH t r h fc\-; fc ; Colorguard continues hard work during Winter Over the past several months, I failed to mention important achieve- ments earned by The Colony High School Winterguard, an auxiliary unit of the band program. During march- ing season, spectators remember them as the flag-bearing, rifle-han- dling, choreographed Colorguard doing work backfield. However, their work continues during the winter months as well. The 1998-1999 Winterguard members include Co- Captains Michelle Freeland and Katie Wood; Co-Lieutenants Dani Wong and Katie Sumners; members Shauna Harkless, Stephanie Poulos, Samantha Hunnicut, Jessica Belt, Jennifer O'Conner, Kate Rosati, Rhonda Groce The Dm in line Kelly Malanaphy, Courtney Gilman, Kim Kovar, Lindsay Loftin, Jennifer Richard, Julie Fischer, Jessica Bustos, Stephanie Schildt, Bobbie Maxey, Laura Seewoester, Jennifer Holt, Ashley Rowan, Missy Williams, Melissa Hal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 7 April 1999

6 A The Colony Courier This Paper is Recyclable Wednesday, April 7,1999 COMMUNITY Lightning: the underrated killer By VAN MORRISON The Colony Fire Chief According to the Texas Department of Emergency Management, light- ning is the second most common cause of weather-related deaths in Texas. This is an amazing as well as surprising fact. Most of us are not aware of this because a death due to lightning does not often make the headlines unless the victim happens to be a famous personality. However, the num- bers add up and everyone's concern needs to remain at a very high level as we move into spring and severe weather season. There are several types of lightning discharges. Most discharges oc- cur inside the storm or from beneath the storm into the ground. More powerful bolts can strike from the cloud up to several miles away. Do you remember what you learned in school about calculating dis- tance from a lightning strike? As you observe the flash, begin counting the seconds until you...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 7 April 1999

Wednesday, April 7,1999 This Paper is Recyclable The Colony Courier 7A SPORTS Maddox finishes third in Austin By RICH LEWIS Staff Writer The Colony High School sopho- more Steve Maddox made a trip to Austin last Friday to compete in the Texas Relays. Facing some of the toughest competition in the state, Maddox finished third in the 3200 meters shattering his own school record by nine seconds with a time of 9:23.78. He said he was pleased with his time and finish considering he didn't know how strong the com- petition would be. "I had no idea how these guys ran, or really how good they were," stated Maddox. Several runners started out quickly establishing a very fast pace. Maddox was in the back of the pack until the mile mark. With three laps to go he made his move. In the last lap Maddox closed in on the leaders, finishing third. Asked if he would have planned a different race strat- egy had he known what the pace would be like, Maddox replied, "I knew that if I went much below 4:4...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 7 April 1999

This Paper is Recyclable 8A The Colony Courier Wednesday, April 7,1999 SPORTS Playoff hopes still high for TCHS baseball run By DAVE SORTER Staff Writer As The Colony High School base- ball team enters the second half of the District 5-5A schedule, coach Mike Eiffert believes his Cougars, with a 3-3 league record (11-5 overall) through last Friday, still have a good shot at making the playoffs. "I still think the opportunity for the playoffs is there for the team," said Eiffert after TCHS garnered a split of last week's games. The Cou- gars came back from a 5-0 deficit to beat South Grand Prairie, 6-5, last Tuesday, then were bombarded by Flower Mound Marcus, 12-1, last Fri- day. "We knew going in that this dis- trict was difficult| We let two oppor- tunities kind of pass us by when we lost to Lewisville and Marcus at home," Eiffert said. "It's an uphill battle, and it's one we can win. We've got to play better baseball, and the kids know that and know they are capable." The Cougars...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 7 April 1999

Iff. ■ AfSt iS§f| ;«Mk 0 ■". T:r •',■;■ Wednesday, April 7,1999 &3i* <•% r' |§t; ;ll V' i®. CHS gffel t:; v,-4' ■33 fv;l. . Slip ®fll '## ijg: IS 'i&p:. '■'■r.-.gi >/•: ;S- : v '5i' •# life M£' .«:■ .;■-: -■ Mw * -m2H' J®® i", fii This Paper is Recyclable The Colony Courier 9A 625-%9s - Neighborhood Classifieds - 625-9698 BARBERS The Colony's first real Barber Shop Locally Owned and Operated since 19t0 Latest haircuts for men and boys Clipper Cuts ♦ Fades * Flattops * r |3S Bowl Cuts ♦ and more + w PI No appointment necessary Open Tim. • Sat NW Comer of 370-9065 PAIGE &S. COLONY COMPUTERS JB Enterprises Free Pick-Up and Delivery Make Your Home Computer Y2K Compatible • Custom Built Systems * Computer Repairs • Upgrades * Software Installation Voice 972-370-0008 Fax 972-370-0009 FENCE B&E Professional Fence FREE ESTIMATES 24 Hours: 972-238-2123 Member of The Colony Chamber of Commerce No Money Down • References Available Free Estimates Fences are our Specialty F...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colony Courier — 7 April 1999

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