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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

: 6 - Section B - August 3-4, 2005 r GOT LAND Your land is your down payment on any home in our inventory 972-771-1068 GUARRANTED APPROVAL WHY RENT? WHEN YOU CAN OWN REGARDLESS OF CREDIT! $0 DOWN MOVES YOU IN NOW CALL: 866-771-1072 $$ Time Is Running Out $$ New 3/2 Clayton singlewides ONLY $125.00 pi/mo low down, ez qualify. Only 2 left in stock! Call now to reserve yours! 866-771-1072 ??? MAKE OFFER ??? hav« 3 uvrU double\\iilt- (all 3/2) ami one office building (32x60 vtith 6 offices and a big lobby must move off my lot bv 7-15-05 Make Otter! Serious buvers only please. 972-771-2176 Your )ob Is Your Credit Owner financing; on 3, 4 and 5 bedroom nonies. Zero down! Move in now! 972-771-2176 3/2 Doublewide on 5 acres with pond ft rej t for horses 972-771-1068 Bank Foreclosure Setup on land and ready to move in, low downs and easy qualify. 866-771-1072 I Have Land All Over Texas For Manufactured Homes! Will Owner Finance! $100 Down 866-771-1072 2400 Sq. Ft 4/2 with GAME ROOM, POOL TAB...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

■■■ - -sz-j-':'": .-.c. . . . r_ . ". . ^ ; : j~. . August 3-4, 2005 - Section B - Page 7 A Estates fir H\ K.$nm ■ a premiere Manufactured Home Community 972-734-3902 New & Used 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes Available! Why Rent? Let our Smart Mortgage save you money while you BUY your HOME. Lease to Own Program also available! Tell 'em Sheryl sent you and receive 1st month lot rent * free when you purchase your home! Princeton Hwy 982 After Hours: 972-859-9932 ■% Clayton Estates Pond "LOLISA" ra Lisa Henry-GRI, CRS: 972-839-7227 F W , Lola Lowen-CRS: 972-342-5651 l^^li Frances Yager: 214-538-8144 lRffijs3 (se habla espanol) COLOUIGLL jane henrv www.lolisa.com BANKER □ realtors® COLDUJem JANE HENRY, BANKER □ REALTORS® 972-442-7575 2710 W. FM 544 • Wylie, TX 75098 One of Dr. Horton's best floorplans! 3/2/2 with formal dining, nook with bay window, island kitchen, split bedrooms. Upgraded master bath with garden tub, seperate shower/dou- ble vanities. C-tile in wet areas. Neutral through...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

Page 8 - Section B - C&S Media Publications - August 3-4, 2005 > Deadline: Noon Monday Contact: Classified Department email: classifieds@wylienews.com Fax: 972-442-4318 Mail: PO Box 369, Wylie, 75098 Location: 110 N. Ballard, downtown Wylie 972-442-5515 CO MC & VISA accepted 5S RATES (Murphy, Sachse, Wylie): 15 words or less - *12®°; 35? each additional word; bold words 500; graphics $1 ea. Ads must be prepaid. Call for multi-paper rates! PUBLICATION POLICIES ADVERTISERS: Please check your ad on the first day of its run. If you find an error, please report it immediately to the Classified Department, 972-442-5515. We are responsible for the first incorrect insertion only. CAS Media, Inc. does not assume responsibility for advertising beyond the cost of the ad itself. Claims for adjustment must be made immedi- ately after ad is published. We reserve the right to edit or reject any copy which does not meet the standards of acceptance of CAS Media. Inc.. Your classified ^ ap...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

V*". * . . «. v.^. , •.« ...T:* v rTT> August 3-4, 2005 - C&S Media Publications - Section B - Page 9 Legal Notices Classified Advertisin ately. INVITATION FOR BIDS NORTH TEXAS MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT REPAIR OF WYLIE WTP OPERATIONS BUILDING ROOF Sealed bids addressed to the Administrative Officer of the North Texas Municipal Water District will be received at the Administrative Offices of the North Texas Municipal Water district at 505 E. Brown Street, Wylie, Texas until 2:00 p.m., local time, August 11, 2005, and then opened and read, for furnishing all material, labor, equipment, inciden- tals, md to perform all work required for execut- ing the Repair of the NTMWD Wylie Water Iccatmcnt Plant Operations Building Roof. Bid documents may be obtained from the North Texas Municipal Water District at 505 E. Brown Street, Wylie, Texas 75098. NORTH TEXAS MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT By Jerry Yancey President Board of Directors 9-3t-235-44 li I, Burney William Orr, will not be respons...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

Page 10 - Section B - THE WYLIE NEWS - Wednesday, August 3, 2005 ' xms" Sports Sports Opinion Armstrong's triumphs change perception of yellow Joey Kirk The color yellow can be seen on wristbands through- out the nation. It was a color that once was used to call some a coward. He changed all of that. It now has a new meaning. On Oct. 2, 1996, Lance Armstrong was diagnosed with testic- ular cancer at the young age of 25, which is only four years older than myself. He was already called one of the world's best cyclists, but he hadn't even come out of his shell yet. His success had only gotten skin deep, unlike the cancer. Armstrong underwent treatment for three months to end that year, after the cancer had spread to his lungs and brain. Less than 10 years later, Armstrong is an inspiration to many and is, in my book, the best athlete in the world not only because of what he has accomplished, but what he has survived. LiveSTRONG isn't only a slogan on those wristbands; it's Armstrong's...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

August 3 -4, 2005 - Section C - C&S Media Publications, Inc. These helpful safety hints provided by Area Businesses & Individuals. School supply lists and other information can be found inside. Always wear your helmet when biking. A NEW TJ 115 S. Murphy Road, Murphy Murphy's Only Full Service Salon 972-422-0060 yywv. Backpacks should never weigh more than 20 percent of the student's weight. ^XJaffarcf Street Cafe & GrrIff 112 North Ballard Avenue Historic Downtown Wylie • 972-442-0453 Cross a street at the (. , intersection. q <$fi CIeanVr, (Jo & .1 III rG IfEKTlSMER ICA'N STO RAG J CO M PA N 3475 W FM 544 Wylie, Texas 4 . 972-429-6230 Keep hands and arms inside the school bus. Kroger 5190 Hwy 78, Sachse 972-675-2111 Outlandish outfits are distracting, wear appropriate clothes. ORAL SURGERY ASSOCIATES of NORTH TEXAS, P.C. 6501 Dalrock Rd., Suite 108 Rowlett, TX 75089 972-463-9733 %rp Baylor Medical Center 4015 Worth St. Dallas, TX 75246 214-823-5444 Stay on the Si...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

Page 2 - Scction C - C&S Media Publications - August 3-4, 2005 C~f-Ra*vk' teax*fueHJ!y untfo Have you ever sat back to consider just why your child's teacher became a teacher? Think about it: The job is stressful, she is on her feet all day, she is under constant scrutiny by administrators, parents often second-guess her decisions and ability, not to mention the fact that she puts in long hours in the classroom and at home. She must be earning a top-notch pay- check, right? Actually, salaries for teach- ers are among the lowest of all profes- sions with similar educational require- ments, and opportunities for advancement are virtually nil, according to Education- World.com. Teachers - good tcachers - join the profession because they want to make a difference in students' lives and, ultimate- ly, in the world around them. They're not in it to get a pat on the back, but some recognition definitely wouldn't hurt. Honor your teachers by showing them how much you appreciate their ef...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

i August 3-4, 2005 - C&S Media Publications - Section C - Page 3 Scruoot S Kindergarten I supply box I large box facial tissue 1 pair metal school scissors pointed 1 box crayons, 8 per box fnon fluorescent) 1 8-count watercolor paints 2 4 oz. plastic bottles of white washable school glue (no paste) 2 large glue sticks 2 pencils, #2 lead 2 pkgs. 12" x 18" manila paper 2 pkgs. 12" x 18" multi-colorcd construction paper (no tablets) 2 pocket-type folder (no brads) 1 box wet wipes I soft pink eraser First Grade 1 supply box 1 large box facial tissue 1 pair metal school scissors pointed 1 box crayons, 16 per box (non-fluorescent) 2 4 oz. plastic bottle of white washable school glue (no paste) 2 large glue sticks 4 pencils, #2 lead }l soft pink rubber eraser 2 pkgs. 12" x 18" manila paper 1 pkg. 12" x 18" multi-colorcd construction paper (no tablets) 2 handwriting tablets/paper (8-10 sets of lines per sheet) 2 pocket folders (no brads) 2 spiral notebooks 1 box wet wipes Second Grade 1...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

Page 4 - Section C - CAS Media Publications - August 3-4. 2005 ssr: The rules The sight of big yellow buses on the streets again signify visually that school is in session. "u; Generally, any student who lives more than two miles from their school is eligible to ride the bus to and from school. Bui bus transportation is a privilege and the school district has: established rules and guidelines to "insure safe and orderly transportation of students to and from school each day." . WISD provides an interactive bus schedule via their wfcb, site www.wylieisd.enmt/buses/schedule.htm. The site lints streets in the district, indicates if bus service is available, estimated pick up and drop off times and a map showing planned bus stops. • The district also has "established expected behaviors while riding the buses and levels of consequences" for infractions! Level I offenses include eating, drinking or chewing gum on the bus, screaming or loud talking or not remaining ih a seat. Consequ etiqu...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

August 3-4, 2005 - C&S Media Publications - Section C Page 5 on the bus go MM! |gnify Consequences for breaking the fundamental rules of bus etiquette range from verbal correction by the bus driver (first I fromnnjoffense) to assigned seating and writing sentences (second II. Bui , ;bfferiie) to reporting conduct to the school principal who in pt has: turn Contacts students' parents (third offense) to parent con- perly ference and suspension of bus privileges (fourth and fifth " offense). wtb-. Behaviour characterized as Level II offenses include curs- lints "ningand obscene gestures, improperly entering and exiting the |lables busvlslicking arms and legs out of bus windows, spitting on jwing or our of the bus, and "failure to comply with lawful direc- tives and policies." These policies include refusing to get on Iwhile or off the bus at the assigned stop and refusing to sit in Itionsi assigned seat. gum First time Level II offenders will have their parents con- |g ih a tacted....

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

Page 6 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - August 3-4, 2005 PISD School Hours Piano ISD schools operate on staggered start times. Elementary Schools (grades K-5) - 7:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Middle Schools (grades 6-8) - 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. High Schools/Senior High Schools (grades 9-12) - 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Piano ISD open house dates Piano ISD has released the date of the Open House for the 2005-06 school year. They are: Thursday, Aug. 11 - Early Childhood Schools (PreK) Monday, Aug. 22 - Senior High Schools (grades 11 and 12) Tuesday, Aug. 23 - High Schools (grades nine and 10) Thursday, Aug, 25 - Middle Schools (grades six through eight) Elementary schools (grades Kindergarten through fifth) will schedule open houses to best avoid conflicts with feeder schools listed in above schedule, according to PISD officials. Open houses are general- ly held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., however, individual schools will set their exact Open House times. Kindergarten Crayons (16 colors) White...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

Martha Hunt Elementary Mascot: Hounds Colors: Burgundy & Navy Blue PISD opening new elementary in Murphy Will Carrey checks out a map of his new school during an open house at Martha Hunt Elementary School last week. Martha Hunt Elementary School, at 1201 Oriole Drive, is one of two new schools being completed this summer by the Piano ISD, bringing the district's total number of ele- mentary schools to 42. The other, David McCall Elementary, is located in Piano. Although at the time of the open house last week, workers were still putting the finishing touches on the building and had some minor con- struction to finish, school officials say the building will be ready for the students by the first day of school on August 8. Ce feel very confident the class- i are going to be completed," said Principal Linda Engelking, although admitting that "our gymna- sium looks like a warehouse." That's because as the days go by, more and more furniture and acces- sories for the classrooms are ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 4 August 2005

• * (■ •«<'•« - I Page 8 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - August 3-4, 2005 T7 Oh/ Qj V,' H«miinghum «t Htnuiiilucy tan Elementary Dudil Elementary tirovet Elementary Hmtnuin Elementary Tibbote Elementary «M I, Utu- Hay MWWtC, ^-to-SCnool f Whether your child is starting first grade or heading off to college, back-to-school time can wreak havoc on your wallet. Fortunately, it doesn't have to. From shopping for clothes and desk accessories to computers and dorm-room furniture, it's important to plan ahead. If you don't, your bills could be sky high. To avoid overspending when shopping for school articles, Bidville.com, an online auction Web site, provides the following tips. $$ Take inventory. Before you head out to buy the "in" outfit of the season, the expensive crayon set or ( the latest dorm-room accessory, take inventory of what you already have. For instance, you may find an unused notebook lying around. After seeing what you do have, formu- late a list of what you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 August 2005

Sachse News Volume 1: Issue 28 Call us at 972-442-5515 Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse Sachse, Texas • Thursday, August 11, 2005 • C&S Media Publications 0 Copyrifthl 2005 All rights rrsentd. 50 Cents *0 Divers go to Extreme when practicing for under- water rescue, recovery. ... page 1C Obituaries 4A Opinions 7 A Real Estate 3C Classifieds 8C V EMT training The Sachse Fire Rescue Department is offering an EMT Basic Course. The course began Aug. 9 and goes through Nov. 12. Classes are being held from 6 to 10 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday nights and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every other Saturday at Sachse Fire Station No. 2. The station is locat- ed at 3012 Ranch Rd. in Sachse. Tuition for the course is $400 and includes books, uniform shirt and the Hep B vaccine. Freedom celebration The Sachse Seniors Center is inviting the community to cele- brate the 60th anniversary of one of the most important moments in history - the end of World War II. The festivities will st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 August 2005

i ! i Page 2 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 11. 2005 f 'smM "My little puppy, Ballerina, is very special to me and God." Nine-year-old Lucette Resendig Unity Church Youth Minister Marylou Ghyst blesses Vincent Montagno's homing pigeons as his White German Shepherd, Lisa, stands by his side waiting her turn. ■ T"*'. , < Blessing honors pets as family members continued from page IA The blessing started with a short service, and a group prayer. Then each animal was blessed by request. "I brought my puppy because mommy said God loves all ani- mals," Lucette Rcsending, 9, said. "My little puppy. Ballerina, is very special to me and God." There was plenty of water avail- able, and treats were given out. Hogan said animals are an exten- sion of the family and very much beloved by their owners. "By honoring the significance of these special family members, we provide joy and comfort to their owners - and the pets benefit as well," she said. "I have read that owners have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 August 2005

19;<c mmmmm Thursday, August 11, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 3 City works for fair scheduling continued from page IA "Employees within the city are paid overtime based on a 40-hour work- week within a seven day work period. "Currently all full-time city employees are scheduled to work 2,080 hours per year." Officials said the proposed work schedule with public safety personnel working a 24/48 schedule results in the employee working more than 2,080 hours annually. "The exemption addresses the point at which a public safety employee is paid overtime," Atkinson said. "The regulations allow an employer to select a designated work period of anywhere from sex en to 28 days. "Along with the number of days in the work period, the regulations dic- tate the maximum number of hours an employee may work before the employer incurs liability for over- time." Atkinson said the Human Resources staff consulted an employ- ment law attorney so that the work schedules established at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 August 2005

Page 4 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 11, 2005 i . Mm Obituaries Lisa Lynn Harmon Memorial services for Lisa Lynn Harmon, 44, of Garland, were held Aug. 1, 2005 at the Allen Funeral Home Chapel. Interment followed in the Wylie Cemetery. Dr. Dan Rainey and the Rev. Mike Harmon officiated. Ms. Harmon died July 26 in Garland. She was born June 19,1961, in Plainview to the late Norman Joe Daffron and Linda Sue (Roberts) Daffron. She married Mark Blaine Harmon Dec. 5, 1987, in Murphy. She was a homemaker and mother. Survivors include her husband, Mark B. Harmon of Garland; sons, John and Dustin Harmon of Garland; brothers, J.D. Daffron of Plainview and Denny D. Daffron of Wylie; and sister. Coral Watkins of Wylie. A memorial fund has been set up for Lisa Harmon at American National Bank. Anyone wishing to contribute can go to any branch and do so. Nellie Griffin Douglas Funeral services for Nellie Griffin Douglas, 101, were held July 7, 2005. Her grandson, Douglas Dunca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 August 2005

fll Occasions Brooke Davis and Josh Edge Davis, Edge "s fU, 7*-. J4 plan nuptials Jay and Sandra Davis, of Wylic, have announced the engage- ment of their daughter, Brooke Michelle, to Josh Travis Edge. The prospective groom is the son of Chuck and Donna Edge of Wylie. The wedding is planned for December 2006 at Perkins Chapel in Dallas. The bride-elcct, a 2(X)I graduate of Wylie High School, will graduate from Southern Methodist University in May 2006 with a degree in advertising. The groom-to-be, also a 2001 graduate of WHS, will gradu- ate from Texas A&M University in May 2006 with a degree in civil engineering. New Arrivals Morgan Waddell and James Ford Waddell, Ford to wed Mr. and Mrs. Gary Waddell, of Princeton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Harris, of Copevillc, are proud to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Morgan Waddell, to James Ford of Wylie. The prospective groom is the son of Henry and Sandra Ford of Wylie. The wedding is planned for 3 p....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 11 August 2005

Page 6 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 11, 2005 Occasions s Mr. and Mrs. Austin Barret Nutter Mclnis, Nutter are wed Katy Jean Mclnis, of Sachse, and Austin Barret Nutter, of Missouri City, were married June 18, 2005. at Northlake Baptist Church in Garland. The Rev. Bob Dean of Northlake Baptist officiated over the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Larry and Sue Mclnis of Sachse. Parents of the groom are Gene and Kathryn Nutter of Missouri City. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bride's sister, Julie Eyler of Lindale, was matron of honor. Her sister, Lorris Mclnis of Sachse, served as maid of honor. William Forkner and Adan Rios, both friends of the groom and from Houston, were his groomsmen. Jacob Mclnis, of Temple! was ring bearer. The Candlelighter was Leslie Swiney of Nacogdoches. The wedding music was "Ov,?r the Rainbow," by Jamie Garner on flute and Sarah Christie on violin, and "When God Made You." sung by Colleen Tomblin and...

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

Thursday, August 11, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A Page 7 THE SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community events and people of Sachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock inion Guest column Managing Editor Donnita Nesbit Fisher Adding office staff Remembering purple cadillacs, making wishes I am pleased to announce the addition of a new staff member to my Greenville District Office. Jeannie Weeks of Greenville began work this month and is Bob Deuell eager to begin serving and assisting the citizens of Senate District Two. Prior to joining the staff in Greenville, Jeannie worked for 13 years in healthcare, most recently as Office Manager and Patient Care Coordinator for the Craniofacial Pain Center in Rockwall. She is a 1987 graduate of Greenville Christian School and a 1992 graduate of East Texas State University (Texas A&M Commerce). She is also the mother of 5-year-old twin boys. | I am proud to welcome Jeannie to my stall'. Please feel free to contact any staff member at any time. Greenv...

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