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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 15 September 2005

Page 8 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - September 14 - 15, 2005 350 I Evacuees begin work Hurricane Katrtna evacuees registered through the Wylie shelter 1,100 Volunteer shifts worked from, Sept. I to Sept. 8 (does not include City of Wylie staff or individuals who might have worked multiple shiftsj 700 Gift cards donated to evacuees through Sept. 11 Automobiles donated to Wylie area evacuees $2,500 Amount of funds raised in one hour to buy new clothing for school age children 100 Pieces of luggage and back- packs donated in six hours for evacuees leaving the shelter to stay with family orfriends Source: City of Wylie continued from page IA Of the shelter's almost 80 residents, about 20 had found employment. Some of them, like Earl Hubbard, are working at the shelter. Hubbard has been a chef for more than 40 years. He has become the resident cook. "I've cooked for presi- dents and movie stars all over the world," he said. "But I'm just a country boy from New Orleans. Cooki...

Publication Title: Sachse News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

•o-Ui- r Sachse News Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse 0 Copyright 2005 All rights reserved. Volume 1: Issue 34 Sachse, Texas • Thursday, September 22, 2005 • C&S Media Publications 50 Cents Call us at 972-442-5515 WWr'" * i \ ^ ■ v-, ^ V WF'Tfcfcto $Sr & §§&tA Sachse racks up another grid- iron win against the Patriots. See page IB for more on the game. Obituaries 4A Opinions 7A Real Estate 3C Classifieds 6C First Methodist The First United Methodist Church at 1520 Blackburn Rd. is serving as a collection point for American Red Cross dona- tions for victims of Hurricane Katrina, according to organiz- ers. Items may be placed in the church's Family Life Center, located directly behind the main building, from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. through Friday. City commissions Applications for City of Sachse Boards and Commissions are currently being accepted. Positions are available on the Zoning Board of Adjustments, Planning & Zoning, Parks and Recreation, the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

" '* * ■ ■■■-v.y ■ Page 2 - Section A - THE S ACHSE NEWS - Thursday, September 22,2005 Local The entire city would become a quiet zone and there would be no horns blown by trains that come through the city.' Bill Atkinson, Sachse City Manager Proposed quiet zones to cost $1.4 million continued from page 1A will cost, the recommended time line and method of payment for those improvements. "I'm glad its being presented to us again with more options." Options previously discussed were overpass and underpass scenarios and the reconfiguration of old roadways and construction of new ones. "The Federal Railroad Administration released the guidelines for the installation of quiet zones in reference to railroads," City Manager Bill Atkinson said. "One of the designs allowed is to have an intersection as a closed corri- dor which is a crossing with four gates, or quad gating, which effective- ly shuts down both sides of the tracks." Atkinson said he would like to con- tact the KCS Railroad of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

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

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

. ?v?kitvmJr*ru-*r a - v- r, <•■ v r u* r - ism® Occasions Thursday, September 22, 2005 THE SACHSE NEWS Section A - Page 5 Donnelly, Clark are wed Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Raye Clark Jr. Stephanie Lynn Donnelly and Gerald Raye Clark Jr.. both of Mcsquile, exchanged wedding vows Sept. 2, 2005 at the Loveland Chapel in Las Vegas, Nev. The Rev. Ray Cobb officiated over the double ring cercmony. The bride is the daughter of Michael and JoAnn Donnelly of Roundrock, Dwayne and Pam Prestridge of Mesquite, and Stephen Dalzell of Wylie. The parents of the groom are Jerry Clark of Tawakoni and the late Joan Clark. A reception at the Loveland Chapel followed the ceremony. The couple's first dance was to "Groovy Kind of Love" by Phil Collins. The bride is a 1998 graduate of Wylie High School and a 2005 graduate of Texas Woman's University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She is a reg- istered nurse on the oncology floor of Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. The groom is also a 1998...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

Page 6 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, September 22, 2005 ■■MMWgaHMi 811 % Pi • • ; WHS principal applies coaching techniques, family background to job By Jennifer Miller Gary Brown may be the new principal at Wylie High School, but he's no stranger to relating to and being supportive of students. Brown has an 18-year-long career as a teacher, coach and administrator but said he is excited about his first year as a principal. He grew up in East Texas, his first 12 years spent in Daingerfield. He attended Texas A&M University, graduating in 1987 and immediately went into teaching and coaching. "In coaching, you focus on building leaders. You want them to step up and take leadership roles," he said. "Those motivational tech- niques definitely carry over." But Brown also said he is inter- ested in motivating all students, not just athletes. "I can relate to kids from all dif- ferent backgrounds," he said. He spent 14 years teaching social studies, including government and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

" .v7"-' ^ 3 \c Thursday, September 22, 2005 - 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 A lesson from Katrina: Be ready, be prepared —Opinion & Commentary The County Line Transportation issues lurk on horizon Sam Johnson It's been said that you can tell a lot about a per- son by the way he or she acts in really good times and really tough times. Seeing Texans instantly lend a helping hand to the thousands of evacuees doesn't surprise me one bit. Huge signs and banners practical- ly shouting "Welcome, Y'all" arc shining examples of how remarkably Texans have responded. In the midst of all of this tragedy and unspeakable loss, I take heart reading stories of real "hurricane heroes." I find hope upon learning about families re-united. I believe there is one real message I'd like to see get out to the masses. It's two words: Be prepared. Do your kids kno...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

ustang ng Sports 'A* iffiR&i ■ &&&&$ ''•■ S -v i'^lWi-BNIP" %^7Wfi Upcoming Sachse football Varsity Sept. 16: Sachse vs. North Garland, Williams, 7:30 p.m. Junior varsity Sept. IS: Sachse at North Garland, 5:30p.m. Freshman Sept. 15: North Garland at Sachse, 4 p.m. Volleyball Sept. 23: North Garland at Sachse, freshman/JV 5 p.m., varsi- ty, 6 p.m. Sept. 27: Garland at Sachse, freshman/JV 5 p.m., varsity, 6 p.m. Cross Country p Sept. 23: Waxahachie Indian Run, Waxahachie Sports Complex. Wylie football Varsity Sept. 23: Wylie at Denton, 7:30 p.m. Junior varsity Sept. 22: Denton at Black, 7 p.m.; Grey at McKinney North, 5:30 p.m. Freshman Sept. 22: White at Denton, 5:30 p.m.; Maroon at Denton, 7 p.m. Volleyball Sept. 23: Wylie at West Mesquite, 7 p.m. Sept. 27: Forney at Wylie, 7 p.m. Cross Country Sept. 24: Lake Highlands Invitational, Norbuck Park, Dallas. Tennis Sept. 27: at Terrell Hudson Middle School (GISD) Kighth grade: Sept. 27: Lyles vs. Hudson, Sachse, 7 p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

Page 2 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. September 22. 2005 Mustangs roll over Patriots Pkacj r? sac** GfAmfl Sachse's Justin Satiga attempts to briag down a Thomas Jefferson ball carrier in the Mustangs" 44-0 win Friday. The Mustangs impro>ed to 4-0 on the season to dose out their nondistrict sched- ule. Sachs* will no face North Garland Friday to open District 11-5A play at Williams Stadium. continued from page IB Rey tu kicked the PAT to put Sochse up 37-0. Thomj.* Jeft'ersoa ent three- and-out again on its oe\t posses- uoo ju4 expenenced more trouble tn its kickiag came Due to another wild snap, the punter *a> unaWe to handle the boil. and Sach.se iiised coeoot oa the Patriots* S 2-y ard tune. The ShBtap siarted out the pcssessioa awiag the rv>ci diitcooo due to a false start that n o*ed the Itne c« minaigt to the r On secoed-anii-IS. PtuiUps corrected with Patterson oc what o-'d be the final score ot" the iiSTje The ru.>? «.x> thrown to the hack o« tfee e...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

Sports I Photo by Emily Jones Sachse's Alison Garzone goes for the hall in the Mustangs' vic- tory against district rival Rowlett Sepl. 13. Combined with a win over South Garland Friday, the Mustangs improved to 3-0 in district play. They will host North Garland Friday at 6 p.m. Sachse sitting pretty on top continued from page Hi "We're always trying to score off of our serves instead of just putting it over and letting our defense work. That's definitely not my attitude at this point." Tuesday's match saw a hit of a tougher time for the Mustangs, hut the same result, as Sachse pulled out the victory over district rival Rowlett 25-14. 25-20. 25-21. Rawlinson and Murphy, both sophomores, had 10 kills each to lead the offensive effort. Head coach Rikki Williamson said the team is still having problems with hitting errors, but showed improvement last week. "Overall, we had a good week," she said. "We just have to work on staying aggressive and keeping our errors to a minimum." She was ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

Page 4 - Section B- THE SACHSE NEWS — Thursday, September 22, 2005 WHS tennis downs Forney for first win of 2005 campaign By Greg Ford WYLIE-A tough win, a pretty win, an ugly win is all the same in the end. Winning is winning, and that is something, to the satisfaction of head coach Amy Matlock, the Wylie tennis team did Sept. 13 at Forney, where the team pulled off a 10-5 triumph. "I think it would have been hard to go into the third week not having any wins," Matlock said. "It was a tough win. Wc went into several third sets, with lots of tiebreakers, so it was good competition for us. It wasn't an easy win. It was some- thing they had to go out and earn it." Wylie was scheduled to host Highland Park Tuesday. The results were unavailable at press time. The team travels Sept. 27 to Terrell. Brooke Friedrich, Cassie Powell, Anita Ingjatov, and Paige Walker all won in girls singles against Forney, while Nick Russell and Justin Walker won for the boys. Friedrich, Powell, and Russell ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

Thursday, September 22, 2(X)5 — THE SACHSE NEWS — Section B Page 5 Wylie teams earn top 10 finishes at McKinney Invitational (k By Shiela K. Haynes FLOWER MOUND — The Wylie Pirates girls and boys cross country teams finished seventh and eighth, respectively, against a high- ly-competitive field Saturday at the Flower Mound Invitational at Bakersfield Park While it is common for boys' teams to run three miles at cross country meets, girls usually run a two-mile course. However, this meet was different, with both teams running the same 3,1 mile course, which started by the well-manicured soccer fields, where the ground is level and the turf thick and firm, and then moved into the back of a course that fea- tured hills and mud. "This was a great race to do mid- way through the season," coach Daren Rodriguez said. 'The girls are already used to running overdis- tance in practice and this will help them mentally for the rest of the year. It gives them an edge knowing they are capable of ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

Page 6 - Section B- THE SACHSE NEWS — Thursday, September 22, 2005 Rowlett Runs Eagles' Pierce stars in 42-24 win over Wylie By Shiela K. Haynes GARLAND — An intensely phys- ical Rowlett Eagle team appeared to be firing on all pistons last Thursday night soundly defeating the Wylie Pirates by a score of 42-24 at Homer B. Johnson Stadium. A proper evaluation of Rowlett's performance might include the dom- inance of running back Andre Pierce, who finished the night with 32 car- ries for 262 yards ant! six touch- downs. One might also consider the Eagles defense, led by middle line- backer Jared Norton, which plowed easily through the best pass protec- tion to get to the quarterback. However, if the game had to be boiled down to a single telling point, it might be that Rowlett's first punt of the game came on the first play of the fourth quarter. WHS Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Mark Ball was not surprised by the game's physicality. "Physically, Rowlett is one of the best ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

Section C . C&S Media Publications Inside: Area Real Estate (Snide .. home, rental and bu.sine.ss listings, financing, insurance, mortgage assistance Classifieds September 21 - 22, 2005 Collin Children's Advocacy Center dfML <x> i>oJ^ ayJb &xmjx#/ ■ fjL A4-m^ ami v/4- Ui i C L!«L 1/ LJ«v IM/t^ Photos and Text by Shield K. Haynes "Every child deserves a safe and loving home!" Now that is a statement everyone would have to agree with, right? But in today's world, we look around us and we see that many children - even children right here in our own communities - go through each day with- out experiencing the care and nurture required to sustain them anu neip ilicui grow into healthy, vital and productive members of soci- ety. Certainly it is the responsibility of the indi- vidual parents to provide a suitable environ- ment for their children, but what happens when the parents fail to provide for even the most basic of needs? There are literally hundreds of children in ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

Page 2 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - September 21 -22, 2005 County cnildrcfte Odvoc<jCy cen%,Jnc Entrance to the Collin County Children's Advocacy Center located in Piano. continued from page 1C During the period of time a child is in foster care, they are offered a variety of therapies to help them overcome the difficul- ties they have had to face. Case workers make recommendations as to which therapies might be most helpful. Many of these ther- apies are offered right in the CCCAC such as art, music and play therapy. Everyone involved in the case is brought together to determine what is in the best interest of the child. That includes non-offend- ing family members, case work- ers, CCCAC staff, the Court- Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer and the foster parents. By law, the period of time a child can be in foster care is one year. During that period, many things are going on behind the scenes to deter- mine the best possible out- come for the child. "Perm...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

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