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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

Page 8 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, November 3, 2005 mmmmrnm Local ■m J !• • ■R ■MHM Council contemplates forming bond board continued from page IA of a successful bond election in today's environment," he said. "The general economic situation has accentuated the conflict between the need for infrastructure and the public's willingness to pay for it." The failure of a bond election can be detrimental to the economic plans of a growing community or to a community trying to expand its economic base. The report outlines ways the council can minimize the risks of election failure through a positive, planned process. "First Southwest recommends that the city council undertake the most active but not the most visible role in the bond election process," Atkinson said. "In most successful elections, the council has other responsibili- ties." Some of those responsibilities include selecting and soliciting support from key community deci- sion makers, working with the committee a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

• v'ltVtf* • v |! I) L-d lu- lyS lys CSS I. 6 |nd a |dd is lied and tiler |r to jeh. Ihall ;iti- ary' ne's neel lyor rec- year I' our Media Publications ■h:VME1SK&S&& orts mmmm Sachse football Varsity Nov. 4: Sachse at South Garland, HBJ, 7:30 p.m. Junior varsity Nov. 3: South Garland at Sachse. 7 p.m. Freshman Nov. 3: South Garland at Sachse, 5:30 p.m. Volleyball Class 5A, Region II playoffs: Sachse vs. District I0-5A second place team. TBA. Cross Country Nov. 5: Class 5A, Region II Championships. Vandergriff Park. £ Arlington. Wylie football Varsity Nov. 4: West Mcsquite at Wylie. Pirate Stadium. 7:30 p.m. Junior varsity Nov. 3: Black at West Mesquite. 7 p.m. Freshman Nov. 3: Maroon at West Mesquite. 5:30 p.m. Volleyball Nov. 1: Wylie vs. Dallas Woodrow Wilson. Sachse HS, 7:30 p.m. Area round. Cross Country Nov. 5: Region II champi- onships. girls team, hoy individual. Vandergriff Park, Arlington Car wash The North Texas Strikers, an U-17 girls soccer team from Wylie "...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

' -V.v im Page 2 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS -Thursday. November 3, 2005 Phillips, offense come alive Sachse quarterback ends drought, accounts for all four Mustang touchdowns in 27-6 win By Ryan Jones Sachse took one step closer to realising the team's biggest goal of the season Friday by defeating Naarnan Forest 27-6. The win improved the Mustangs' district record to 2-3 (6-3 overall), and puts Sachse in control ot its own destiny to some extent in mak- ing the playoffs. A Sachse win over South Garland coupled with a Lakeview loss to Garland would send the Mustangs to postseason play in only the team's second year of varsity com- petition. Senior receiver Creighton Holley said this is the oppor- tunity he and his teammates have been waiting for since last year. "It is a rush. It is awesome to know that we could be the ________ first team in G1SD history to make the playoffs in our second year," Holley said. "1 could- n't play last year because of a torn ACL. "1 had to sit on the...

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

lie t's ay re IX ii." ■Id lis } > icc Sports Lady Mustangs step out of district play Photo by Joe Diehl Sachse's Alison Garzone (background) and kylie Russell go up for a block in last Tuesday's match against Hebron. Sachse lost the match in four games to the defending Class 4A state champs. The Lady Mustangs ride the momentum of their second consec- utive district championship and perfect district record into the playoffs, which begin this week. continued from pane IH "We lost (he game and (hat is never good," she said. "However, if we had not played these last few tough matches we would not know what our weaknesses are. Going the full five games also gave us the opportunity to play in that type of situation, which is something I feel like my girls needed." Megan Muncy led the overall offensive effort with 30 assists. She also led the team with 15 digs, while Jamie Grounds and Amanda Mace each had 13 digs, and Maddie McCall and Emily Tate each fin- ished with 12. Kadie Murphy le...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

Page 4 - Section B- THE SACHSE NEWS — Thursday, November 3, 2005 i Sports i Tamed by the Tigers Loss to Terrell puts Pirates in a crucial game Friday against West Mesquite By Shiela K. Haynes It was an emotionally depleted Pirates team that fell to Terrell 21- 17 on Friday night at Tiger Memorial Stadium. Not to take anything away from an impressive offensive attack by the Tigers, but the unexpected death of much-loved Coach Billy Whitman Oct. 26 was a setback the Pirates players and coaches found difficult to put behind them. In a game that featured a Jekyll- and-Hyde scoring pattern, it was anybody's game right up to the closing seconds with Terrell walk- ing away in sole possession of sec- ond place in the district. The Pirates will face a 1-3 West Mesquite team on Friday at 7:30 p.m. for homecoming. From the start of the game, the Terrell offense showed stunning speed wilh running back Kebron Lampkin and quarterback Rolando Kennedy causing significant diffi- culty for Wylie defe...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

I VII im III Sports Wylie girls off to regionals after third place finish at district Boys take fourth, but Mount earns individual berth By Shiela K. Haynes > MESQUITE — For the second year in a row the Wylie girls cross country team took third place, while the boys placed fourth, last Saturday at the District 11 -4A cross country meet. The effort earned the Lady Pirates a trip to this weekend's regionals at Vandergriff Park in Arlington. "I am so proud of what we accomplished this season," head coach Kate Wright said. "Both the guys and girls will return many top performers next season." The district meet took place at Samuel! Farm in Mesquite. The top three teams, plus the top 10 indi- vidual finishers, advance to the regional meet on Saturday at Vandergriff Park in Arlington. The girls will face stiff competi- tion at regional. The top two teams will advance to state along with top 10 individual runners. The Wylie girls finished third with an overall score of 74 points at the ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

Page 6 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. November 3, 2005 ™Jfr' a Big plays, scoring spurts spark Wylie to first-round victory Sulphur Springs falls victim in four games By Greg Ford ROYSE CITY — The Wylic volleyball team passed its first postseason test last Thursday. The Lady Pirates (31-6) didn't do it with flying colors, mind you, but they played well enough in the 25-12, 21-25. 25-16, 25-12 victory over Sulphur Springs at Royse City High School to believe they can continue that success. Wylie was scheduled to play Woodrow Wilson Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Sachse High School. The results were not available at press time. "We'll play better than we did tonight." said senior libero Mary Le. "It will be a different team, definitely." It's not that the one which played against the I.ady Cats was all that bad, rather it was erratic. Still, the Lady Pirates performed when they needed to, and. on occa- sion. dominated their foes. The first instance of such supremacy occurred in (l...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

V - - ••:** «u >„;ji«. Inside: s /Arca Ht-ai Estate Guide ... home, rental and business listings, financing, insurance, mortgage assistance C lassificds Section C C&S Media Publications November 2-3, 2005 □ Jan Miller of the Anna and Celina communities Bob Warren of Frisco Richard and Diane Dill of Mc Kinney Rita G. Smith ofWylie exemplify Collin County values By Autumn Barton and Jennifer Miller A major institution in the community is preparing to honor a small group of locals in a big way. Collin County Community College District last month announced its choices for "Living Legends 2005," an honor that goes to individuals who have lived out the college's core values. This year's "Living Legends" are: Richard and Diane Dill of McKinney, Jan Miller of the Anna and Celina communities. Rita G. Smith ofWylie, and Boh Warren of Frisco. The college will formally recognize these individuals at the 2005 Living Legends ceremony and dinner to he held Nov. 12 in the conference center a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

Page 2 ScviKm C - CAS Media Publication* - November 2 • 3. 2005 Tribute honors those who've made a difference in Collin County continued from page IC Gwnf*u >. and Ih* Ihe <mner of that huvmcvt mine J to TuIvjl allowing the (ippiiruwiiiy for her father to taiy the ht ioe<* in (he )920v Snnth'% grandfather settled here in IMt>. tomms lam Ireland He had original)) intended Uj keep traveling *c*). hut *4- cominced to way here "He had fine horvcv By the time he g<< tii Itallis he <*as U>ld there a drought in West Texas, so he tamed around and came back to Collin County." Smith said. Although Smith's huvband. a hanker, had many opportunities to move to bu'irer hanl > in bigger cities throughout his life, the Smith s chose to May here We could do the same thing here we could do anywhere else." she said We have enjoyed being in the area. It- a yhhJ place to be" Boh Warren Former l-o-*. Major Bob Warren said he isn't sure why the Collin County Community College Fo...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

,1! llMMWIU UN *WN WMW ft t i«),ju,„^y! ( n,«;S« . . I,',;'^rtf. jqp m* November 2 - 3, 2005 C&S Media Publications Section C - Page 3 > * i-' • ' V* * " 'II. <MN nit- <2 Call: Syivia Smith 972-843-6200 CCassic Homes has a home for you in the country! £*SK ^ i.,/. jta+yz:. «- SEVILLE ESTATES OAK BEND caddo bq ) mills SOUTHFOR PHASE IV royce city sachse 3597 El Dorado Place 5 Acres. Here's your 4 bedroom along with acreage! Fireplace, Crown Molding, on a paved road. (Bland I.S.D,) $168,700 Call Sylvia Smith at 972-843-6200 vv" ■.... -i ■ i 'i.^ Upscale Country> Living within 30 minutes of the new Firewheel Mall's Shops, Restaurants, & Entertainment (Drive out today! "We build on our properties or yours." Southfork Phase IV 1.5 Acres. Only one mile from I-30! 3/2.5 Lots of upgrades: Walk-in Pantry, Stone Front, Oversized Family Room & Kitchen, Stone Fireplace $186,600 Call Ron Wickers at 972-636-3160 COLDUieLL bankjbrb Apex Realtors 972-588-8363 Your Neighborho...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

'" jjf. i y ■ 1 ■ ' • ■ •J!' S' Page 4 - Section C C&S Media Publications - November 2 - 3, 2005 fm 'Mf'M : -V'M Homes from $110's to $140's We're the only game in town. These homes are ready NOW! COLONNADE HOMES tfcfebfej >. Sachse/Wylie/Murphys q only masterplanned golf course community. CI. V ; R MIKK C LOVER Hmnewoud Mortgage, I.. /.. C. Office: 469.621.8484 Cell: 469.438.5587 1308 Village Creek Drive. Ste 3000 Piano. I X 75093 License 30993 Si®: W:' REAL ESTATE AD t -} PLANO MOODBRIOGI PKWT PUIS. GfOROI i SACHSE BUSH TURNPIKE Marcy Rutherford Lincoln Heights 502 Clairmont Farmersville, Texas 75442 Office: 972-784-6680 Cell: 214-435-6263 504 Meadowview 3/2/2 1 Dining, 1 Living 505 Meadowview 4/2/2 1 Dining, 1 Living 507 Meadowview 4/2/2 1 Dining, 1 Living 509 Waterford 4/2/2 2 Dining, 1 Living ...Some People Don't Even Wait To Get Home To Call! When you place an ad in the Real Estate it works and works because newspapers go just about everywhere that people do. So your ad...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

November 2 - 3, 2005 - C&5> Media Publications - Section C Page 5 Mum l&fa H Residential • Commercial • Farms * Hiiih In Payne Real Eetate 1506 W. Hwy 380, Suite 2 • Farmersville, Texas 75442 972^784^2777 • www.paynere.com HOMES 709 Pecan Creek Ct. -3/2/2 Beautiful and Well maintained home Large yard with trees and landscaping $107,900 512 Windom St. - 3/2/1 Large lot and beautitul trees. Remodeled • and updated $139,900 306 Summltt St. 3/2/2 Home is n two lots and has a large metal building $84,900 614 Jouette St. - 3/2/2 Aston Estates Large Rooms,Ceramic Tile, Wood Cabinets $138,000 217 Windom St.- Excellent starter home located near downtown Farmersville and close proximity to all four schools $62,500 403 Jackson St. - 3-2-1 Shaded lot with large trees, great investment Pending HOMES W/ACREAGE 175 CR 1065 • MGF on 2 acs. 3/2 Nice Area Has been completely remodeled! Pending 3355 FM 2736 - Blue Victorian w/wrap porch on 11 acs $249,500 4626 Hwy380 1.21 acs. Totally remod...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

Page 6 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - November 2-3, 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 9ft MC & VISA accepted 5E RATES (Murphy, Sachse, Wylie): 15 words or less - *12'^; 35l each additional word; bold words 50tf; graphics $1 ea. Ads must be prepaid. Call for multi-paper rates! PUBLICATION POLICIES ADVERTISERS: Please check your ad on Ihe 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 Ihe first incorrect insertion only. C&S Media, Inc. does not assume responsibility for advertising beyond Ihe cost of the ad itself. Claims lor adjustment must be made immedi- ately after ad is published. We reserve the right to edit or reject any copy which does not meel the standards of acceptance of C&S Media, Inc.. Your classifi...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 3 November 2005

NOVEMBER 2 - 3, 2005 C'&S Media Publications Section C Page 7 Special Section Series To be published 3 consecutive weeks in Murphy Monitor, The Sachse News and THE WYLIE NEWS 1. November 23 Shopping, Decorating & Gift Giving Tips 2. November 30 Holiday Recipes 3. December 7 Holiday Memories For more information call: 972 442-5515 Deadline Wednesday, November 9th Classified Advertising TEXAS STATI W IDE C I ASSIEIED ADVERTISING NETWORK TexSCAN Week of October 30, 2005 ADOPTION Note: Ii is illegal to be paid lor anything beyond medical and legal expenses in Texas adoption. PRECNANT? THINKING ADOPTION? Talk with earing people specializing in matching birthmothers with loving families nationwide. Expenses paid. Toll Iree 24/7. One True Gift Adop- tions, I-8(16-921 -0565. AUTOMOBILES $1,500 SHOPPING SPREE - Donate your car. Any condition! IRS Tax deduction, free next-day pickup. Weekend and evenings OK. Kids In Crisis, 1 888-541-6004. Se hablu espanol. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY A CASH...

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

5 / v . Pugc 8 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - November 2 - 3, 2005 Former honorees display 'Legend' status continued from page IC to awards and honors, although recognition has never been her motivation. When she received Leadership Piano's Distinguished Leadership Award, the presenter noted, "Myrtle has lived a life of service and truly has a servant's heart." Dr. Hightower brought her dedication to com- munity involvement to Piano in 1989. She spent many years as a counselor at Williams High School and developed a mentoring program. She helped found and develop the local Martin Luther King Jr. celebration and proudly holds the first Meritorious Citizen award ?ver presented to an African American by the Piano Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Hightower continues to inspire as a writing instructor for Collin County Community College District. The CCCCD Foundation has honored her with a scholarship created in her name. Gerry Ruschhaupt of McKinney Gerry Ruschhaupt has quietly made...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 10 November 2005

HgftwwjrxP Ui *.■+ "f* ■*,•" It* 9f *■ - m*i*M <r ^- <r-. ^ • /■ •* - # ^ V V *75fe Sachse News Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse 0 Copyright 2005 All rights reserved. Volume 1: Issue 41 Sachse, Tsxas • Thursday, Nov. 10, 2005 • C&S Media Publications - — ... EI 50 Cents Call us at 972-442-5515 South Garland wraps up Mustangs seasion. See page IB for more. Toy fundraiser The Sachse Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors along with the Sachse Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association and the Fraternal Order of Police are start- ing an annual Christmas Toy Drive which will last through Dec. 17, organizers said. New, unwrapped toys for all ages can be dropped off at the Nov. 8 Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Kroger, American National Bank and Paul's Grocery on Hwy. 78. Holiday bazaar Sachse First United Methodist Church will be holding its annual Holiday Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. The event, according to organiz- ers, will include crafts, art,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 10 November 2005

Page 2 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, November 10. 2005 Local Area Briefs Wylie ■ Wylie Lions Club selling turkeys The Wylie Lions Club will be selling smoked and fried lurkeys for Thanksgiving. They are $40 each and the proceeds benefit the Lions Club's scholarships given to graduating Wylie High School seniors. Order deadline is Nov. 16 and to place an order call Carl Bodine at 972-429- 1005 or Ada Mooney at 972-771-5551. ■ Restoration plans Holiday Marketplace Saturday Restoration Church will present a Holiday Marketplace from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12 at the church located at 2006 Parker Rd. There will be an assortment of gift ideas, including Arts and Crafts, Homemade Gourmet, Mary Kay Cosmetics, Michael Roberts, Ltd., Avon, Jewelry, baked goods, artist Dave Eden, author Teri DeShazo-Arnett, and Christmas ornaments made by Coventry's special needs adults. Sachse m Exchange Club pancake breakfast Saturday The Exchange Club of Sachsc/Wylie will be hosting its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 10 November 2005

^OA* ^1 ■ IW -fcW^* if >*«ir jir^rtnn Thursday, November 10, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 3 mmummmmmamm- Citizen's Police Academy takes in a new class of rookies continued from page IA about the enormous amount of docu- mentation, evidence retention and record keeping." The CPA classes are taught by members of the police force, each highlighting their individual area of expertise. Participants in the fourth CPA class are Dolores Greenwald, Jim and Mary Burnett, Kathy Cobb, Jim and Luz Decker, Sabrina Lyman, Carol and Norm Fitzgerald, Zachary Herrera, Ty Lamb, Chance Lindsey, Sandra Lyman. James and Kristen Marple, Bob Melville, Richard Miller, Kirk Wood, Kerrie Rogers, Greg Smar and Chclly Thompson. During the first session of the 10 week course, students learned about records and dispatch, booking, the department hiring process, testing pro- cedures, background investigations and field training procedures. "I remember the first CPA class very well," Citizens Police ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 10 November 2005

i it U'lt'S Sharon Ann Alma Funeral services for Sharon Ann Alma, 58, of Wylie, were held Nov. 8, 2005, at Allen Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Jack Wallace officiat- ed. Ms. Alma died Nov. 5. She was born on Oct. 9, 1947, in Lafayette, Ind., to Eugene F. and Madelyn Brown Robinson. Survivors includc her daughter, Jodi Feldkamp of Wylie; brothers, Eugene David Robinson of Lafayette, Ind., and Richard L. Robinson of Garland; sister, Cindy Tomlinson of Lafayette, Ind.; four grandchildren and one great-grand- child. Arrangements were under the direction of Allen Funeral Home of Wylie. Obituary information is pub- lished each week at no charge. A photograph may also be included at no charge. Deadline for inclusion in the current week's issue is noon Monday. Itifoiiiiaticn may be faxed to 927-442-4318, emailed to publish- er@wylienews.com or mailed to P.O.Box 369, Wylie TX 74098. For forms and information, call 927-442-5515. Dixie Dickson Good after- noon, I hope you are enjoy- ing this w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 10 November 2005

> y<v Thursday, November 10, 2005 THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 5 Occasions rch lUJ.V I pam Sam i\ord" Castor I) a.in I) a.m. I) p.m. I) p.m. hurch Hartley, Duval exchange marriage vows Megan Lynnc Hartley and Patrick Daniel Duval exchanged wedding vows on Oct. 8, 2005, at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Wylie. Father Loyd Morris officiated over the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of John and Connie Hartley of Wylie. Parents of the groom are Patrick and Jeanne Duval of Wylie. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a strapless ivory satin A-line gown with champagne overskirt. It featured front and back split skirt with beaded detail at waist. The bodice, insert and chapel train were adorned with ivory and champagne embroidery, pearls and crystal beading. She carried a hand-tied bouquet of burgundy mini-calla lilies. Maid of honor was the bride's high school friend. Shannon Rippy of Sachse. Bridesmaids were Brandy Hartley of Crandall, Halee McCoy of ...

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