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

Page 4 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 18, 2005 Obituaries * Local Obit i t lines Valton Lee Gurley Valton Lee Gurley, 80, of Rockwall, died Aug 9, 2005. Interment was in the Wylie Cemetery. He was horn June 19, 1925, in Clearwater, Franklin County (rural Winnshoro) to Thomas E. and Venie Greenlee Gurley. He served during WWII in Manila and the Philippine Islands in the South Pacific. He married his life-long companion, Norene Faulk, on Feb. 21, 1^48. He retired from Texas Instruments in 1985 and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Wylie w here he served as a deacon in the 1970s. Survivors include his wife, Norene; children, the Rev. Danny Gurley and hts wife, Angela; Anita Collins and her husband. Bill; and, Jefri Gurley and Julia Alexander; grandchildren, Leighann Johnson and her husband. Justin, Amanda Collins, Clayton Collins, Daniel Gurley Jr. and his wife, Ashlee, Khara Gurley. Savannah Rain Gurley, Hannah Skvy Gurley and Gus McMinn; great-grandchild. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

Thursday, August 18. 2<X)5 THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 5 nj tm Occasions ■I Kulmacz, Maige exchange vows Deborah Foster Kulmacz and Vincent Maige, both of Allen, were married Aug. 4, 2005 in a private ceremony at Twin Oaks Plantation Inn in Jefferson. The bride is the daughter of Wilma Foster and the late John Foster of Rowlett. The groom is the son of Grace Marchus of Wylie and Maurice Maige of Atlanta, Ga. Justice of the Peace Terri S. Lane officiated over the double ring ceremony. The bride is a realtor with Locations Reality in Murphy. The groom is a realtor and owner of Locations Realty in Murphy. The couple will live in Allen. f ' « i Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Maige It's a girl! Natalie Anne luintz Ken and Renee Lantz, of Wylie, are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Natalie Anne Lantz. Natalie Anne was born at 11:57 p.m., June 14, 2005 at Allen Birthing Center. She weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces and measured 20 inches in length. Welcoming her home were broth- er...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

Page 6 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 18, 2005 SHS, Hudson Middle School fail to meet 'no child left behind' standards By Matthew Riley Two Sachsc schools fell short of meeting the adequate yearly progress, or AYP, standard in this year's preliminary results. According to documentation from the Texas Education Agency, Sachsc High School and Hudson Middle School didn't make the grade on the AYP rating, which is used to mea- sure progress on the No Child Left Behind Act signed by President George W. Bush in 2001. To come up with the rating, the state agency used Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills Test read- ing and math results and other vari- ables, including the graduation rates. "There are multiple schools across the state that did not make the AYP requirement the first time out," said Garland ISD Director of Communications Steve Knagg. "If you look at the district wide scores the district as a whole did meet ade- quate yearly progress. We're work- ing with ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

THE SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock Managing Editor Donnita Nesbit Fisher Guest Column Construction commission adopts new warranties, performance standards • By Stephen D. Thomas Recently, the new warranties and performance standards, approved by the Texas Residential Construction Commission will take effect and detail how the compo- nents of a newly built home or remodeled home should perform while under warranty. These new requirements apply to residential construction that begins on or after June 1, 2005 and are the first written building and perfor- mance standards ever in Texas. The commission's primary goal is to serve as a neutral third-party to help resolve disputes between homeowners and fcumebuilders/remodelers. The law that created the commis- sion was designed to ensure that new and remodeled homes will per- form to objective post-construction standards and to assist in minimiz- ing construction defects. The st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

Page 8 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 18, 2005 WWII veterans honored Saturday in 'Celebration of Freedom' continued from page IA unconditional surrender to the United States. "We need to thank all the WWII vets because you help make this nation a domi- nant force of the globe," he said. "As I think back to my time in Korea and VietNam; it was a WWII vet who trained me." Johnson said he believed that all those who served in WWII made us a belter nation. He made a plea for WWII vets to share their remarkable stories with the world so their heroism could be preserved and passed down to future generations. "I believe that good prevails when it col- lides with evil," he said. "We're still lighting evil in Iraq and they need our support. "I'm glad we're fighting them there and not here and I thank God for making us the greatest nation in the world." After the program the attendees gathered at the senior center for free hot dogs while viewing the various displays of WWII ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

'9 ustang C&S Media Publications orts ic Sachsc News August 18, 2005 Briefs SHS boosters selling ads Ads are currently being sold for the 2005-06 Sachse High School Mustang All-Sports Program. Two types of ads are available: a business ad to promote your busi- ness and show your support, and a happy ad. a special message sent to ><jur favorite Sachse student. To reserve an ad, send in the information by e-mail to shs- babc@hotmail.com or call 972- 571 -4219. By mail, send the infor- mation to SHSBABC, 5310 Orchard Drive, Sachse, TX 75048. Include your contact information. A representative will contact you to finalize the ad. For more details on new con- tracts and prices visit http://www.garlandisdschools.nct/s •achsc/index.asp. The All-Sports Program is sold at SHS sporting events throughout the school year. SHS gridiron practice Aug. 8 The Sachse High School varsity football team begins practice at 4 p.m. Aug. 8. The practice will be conducted in shorts and helmets, and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

Lady Mustangs learn lessons in tourney continued from page IB Williamson said she was able to find some problems Friday and address them soon after. Now, she believes they are fixed. "I wanted to try to make deci- sions on rotations and personnel decisions," she said. "My start- ing middle was out all weekend, but it was good to see individu- als. We were able to work some stuff out Saturday in practice, and we're gonna make progress from (the tournament) for sure." Despite some error-prone play, Williamson was impressed with her team's performance and said she got what she wanted out of the tournament. "We're gonna use it as a learn- ing experience," she said. "That's what we use tourna- ments for. They go against our season record, but it doesn't mat- ter because you just want to do well in district." She a rifled the only way to improve her team is to play strong opponents. "I know we'll get better by playing better teams, and I know this tourney will do that for us," she said. "...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

Thursday, August 18, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section B - Page 3 71 ^ f Hj Sports Opinion Should high school athletes facing criminal charges be allowed to compete? crime. Before that occurs, he or she been accomplished, drop the f*AVS 1 v should be entitled to the same priv- charges. V'VsM Americans are fond of say- ings, and of repeat- ing them. However, when it comes to practicing what we preach, that's another story. Take, for instance, the often- repeated comment that a person is innocent until proven guilty. We like to say it, but, for the most part, as a society we treat being arrested and being convicted as the same thing. They're not. To be arrested is to be formally charged with a crime, and, formal or not, to be charged is to be accused, nothing more, nothing less. It is then up to authorities to prove beyond a reasonable doubt .that a person is guilty. f It is only when a conviction is handed down can we as a society hold a person responsible for the crime. Before that o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

Page 4 - Scction B - THE SACHSE NEWT. - Thursday, August 18, 2005 Mustangs hoping to improve on last year's record Will kick off second varsity year w\i~n -i ■■■ ■■ By Adam Boedeker or UtTAfti - 1 ' Despite finishing 3-7 last year in their first season of varsity football, the Sachse Mustangs had positives to build on for the upcoming sea- son. Coach Mark "Red" Behrens said he could literally count the number of mistakes his team made in the first half of games last year using his own anatomy. "1 bet you if you went back to our 10 games last year, in the first half, 1 bet we didn't have but two or three illegal procedure calls," Behrens said. "We didn't have many mis- takes in the first halves. You can count on one hand how many times we jumped last year in 10 games." The second half seemed to be more problematic for the Mustangs, as costly mistakes saw small deficits turn into insurmountable ones. The team's motto for the season is "Finish the job" for those rea- sons. In fact, Beh...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

ni Inside: Area Heal Estate Guide home, rental and business listings, financing, insurance, mortgage assistance Classifieds Section C C&S Media Publications August 17-18, 2005 HOW DOE YOUR GARDEN Xeriscapes: Px*ettiex* than you might think By Jennifer Miller What comes to the minds of backyard gardeners when they hear the word "xeriscape?" For some, it means all cacti and rocks, and no color or softness. But experts in the field want you to know that's not entirely true. Depending on your soil, your region and the amount of shade in your yard, most North Tcxans can use xcriscaping to make their homes as beautiful as their neighbor's perfectly manicured backyard. Not oniy can you have lush ground cover, bright colors and generous shade trees with xeriscapes, but you can pat yourself on the back for using less water to irrigate it and less fertilizer to feed it, making your garden healthier for the environment and for every- one's water supply. Wliat in a xeriacape? First, a defin...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

Page 2 Section C C&S Media Publications - August 17-1H, 2(X)5 ATM users warned to be wary Sheriff's office alerts public to 'skimmers' The Collin County Sheriffs Office is warning area residents to he observant when using automated teller machines. "A team of organized criminals are installing equipment on legitimate bank ATMs to steal both the ATM card number and the PIN." the sheriffs depart- ment said in a crimeweb.net alert. According to the warning, the thieves arc installing a "skimmer" over the legitimate card reader. The information is downloaded by the thieves wirelcssly. To have access to PINs. the thieves install a brochure rack on the side ol the ATM with a small camera aimed at the key pad. "A couple years ago this was found in Allen, we put the alert out to make sure the residents were aware of the problem." said Sheriffs Captain Pain Palmisano. "It you see suspicious equipment, do not use the ATM and report it immediately. Roll away trom the A1 M and call l) I 1 T...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

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

IT Page 6 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - August 17-18, 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 MC & VISA accepted 3S .hi.'I 00:r RATES (Murphy, Sachse, Wylie): 15 words or less - 'n®9; 351 each additional word; bold words 501; graphics $1 ea. Ads must be prepaid. Call for multi-paper rates! PUBLICATION POLICIES ADVERTISERS: Please check your ad on Ihe firsl day of its run. If you find an error, please report it inimedialcly lo the Classified Department, 972-442-5515. We are responsible for the first incorrect insertion only. C&S Media, Inc. does not assume responsibility for advertising beyond Ihe 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 C&S Media, Inc.. You...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

August 17-18, 2005 - C&S Media Publications - Section C - Page 7 ■ I'. >:• Legal Notices Classified Advertising Legal Notices I Legal Notices I Legal JNotices I Legal Notices I Legal Notices I Legal Notices I Legal Notices I Legal Notices made at 972-675-0562. the time and place of the pub- lic hearing is as follows: Date: September 14, 2005 Time: 7:00 p.m. Place: City of Sachse Council Chambers 5560 Highway 78 Sachse, TX 75048 !3-2t-l370-42li NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET CITY OF SACHSE FISCAL YEAR 2005-2006 All interested persons including without limita- tion the Taxpayers, Property Owners, Residents and Citizens of e City of Sachse are rcby given notice that a ublic Hearing on the Proposed Budget for the City of Sachse Fiscal Year 2005-2006 will be held on Tuesday, September 06, 2005, at 7:30 p.m in the City Council Chambers located at 5560 Highway 78, Municipal Building, Sachse, Dallas County, Texas. All interested per- sons may appear at the ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 18 August 2005

Page 8 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - August 17- 18, 2005 Good, clean dirt continued from page 1A stays at 130 degrees for a period of three days, it will kill off all weed seeds in the pile. I don't much think you can ever kill them all off, but I rarely see weeds in my compost." Once a pile is completely decom- posed, Brandon uses a homemade sifter to shake out any undesirables that may have gotten mixed in with the compost. These undesirables could be rocks, bits of plastic, twigs or other things that take longer to degrade. Brandon explained that anything that has once lived will decompose; some things just take longer than others. When sifted, Brandon uses his compost to plant his gardens in. "My plants are in 100 percent compost," he said, "I don't use chemical fertilizers or anything like that." Leon Brandon smells a handful of completed compost. Good compost should smell like clean dirt, not at all sour. *PesiJ&ot DENTURE 2005 No Charge Consultation Complete ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 25 August 2005

- 74e Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse 0 Copyright 2005 All rights reserved. Volume 1: Issue 29 Sachse, Texas • Thursday, August 25, 2005 • C&S Media Publications 50 Cents Call us at 972-442-5515 Ak Are you ready for some football? The Sachse Mustangs are! Read about the the players, drill team and cheerleaders in the Mustang Roundup included in this issue. Let's hear it for the band! .... page 7A Obituaries 4A Opinions 9A Real Estate 4B Classifieds 8B Public hearing City council members have received ihe proposed 2005-2006 budget of services and programs and tax rate. The proposed tax rate is $.558319 cents per SI 00 of assessed valuation which is $.000(X)2 cents under the existing rate of $.558321. Public hearings ares scheduled for Aug. 29 and Sept. 6 Mum sales The Sachse High School Varsity Drill Team is selling homecoming mums and garters. The mums can be customized "to make it unique for that some- one special," organizers said. Orders will be taken at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 25 August 2005

Page 2 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, August 25, 2005 Local Area Briefs Wylie ■ Women's League to kickoff new year Sept. 1 The Wylie Women's League will hold their kickoff meeting for the new year at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 1 at the Birmingham House, 301 N. Ballard St. The WWL meets the first Thursday of each month. For additional information, contact Dena Davis al d3@verizon.net ■ AFJROTC booster club to meet Sept. 13 The Wylie High School AFJROTC Booster Club will hold its month- ly meeting at 7 p.m. Sept. 13 in the ROTC classroom at the high school, 2550 W. FM 544. The Booster Club meets the second Tuesday of every month. For additional information, call Karen Smith at 972-442-7578 or email at karenlynette2005@yahoo.com Piano m Rose Society to present program Sept. 9 The Collin County Rose Society will host a special program entitled "Rose Gardens Around the World," presented by Mike Becker. 2006 CCRS president, American Rose Society judge, consulting rosarian and world travel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 25 August 2005

MHMMI m'tmrna Local Thursday, August 25, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 3 I mm Plan details emergency chain of command, procedure Consultant says 911 dispatch is heart of response team, essential to EMP continued from page IA preparedness, response and recov- ery, emergency management pro- gram and Texas emergency manage- ment standards. "911 dispatch is essential to the community as they are the heart of the response system, receiving calls from the community and dispatching necessary agencies," Lafaye said. "Law enforcement are the first to most emergencies providing the first look at a scene. "During a disaster, some law enforcement activities may be reduced to provide resources to the response. Lafaye said law enforcement pro- vides traffic/scene control, evacua- tion routes, security to affected areas while assisting with damage assess- ment. "Fire and EMS will respond to 911 dispatches and their first priority is to save lives then property," he said. "The distincti...

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