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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 21, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas SEPEMBER COUPON HIARING AIDS New Braunfels Hearing Balance Innovatipns Clinic offers discount coupons on hearing 10A ANTIQUES When local antique dealers arent selling their theyre buying more for their 1C at 01 j v 32 4 sections WWW Partly cloudy High Low 88 DEARASBY 7C CLASSIFIEDS 10 COMIC ec 4A 3B IB i FORUM j UWTD i SPORTS fv GRIDS COUNTY FAIR 2OO3 Comal County Fair faithful ready to recollect the good oT days lAdmtalon Wednesday Free Thursday Free Friday 11 to 11 Saturday 10 to 11 Sunday 11 until 6 Free After 6 Adults 12 and Children 611 Under 6 At the Free parking and shuttle available at Schlitterbahns Surfenburg on Union Friday and Saturday only Rodeo EvenU PRCA Thursday through Saturday 8 Advance tickets At the gate Sunday Buckout Advance At the gate Bullriders Extravaganza 2 Advance tickets At the Comal Corral Children 11 and under free Wednesday Saturday g P Conui Corral Schgdutji Wednesday Night In Old New Braunfete Tanzen Dance warmup contest 8 march Cloverleaf Orchestra 7 to 11 Thursday Cactus Country 8 to 12 am Friday High school bands 1 to 4 Countyline Band with guest Two Jons of Steel to This County taken from the scrapbook of the 1967 Comal was labeled simply Comal County Free Free Free performances 3 Gymnastics 4 Studio 6 Fplklorico Wildcard 8 to 1 Sunday Childrens Western Dress 2 to Alamo Area Square Pound Dancing Association to 6 to 8 Rio Band 6 to 10 I Cjirnlyal Tuesday f0 to t am Wednesday 6 to 12 to 12 Friday to 12 Saturday to 10 Photos courtesy of the Comal County Fair Association residents say they look forward to the fair each year because they see people with whom theyve not talked in 110th annual fair to kick off Tuesday By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Funnel calces and cotton pigs and A colorful carnival and its exciting The PRCA People our neighbors in many might hot have seen for a Its almost The 110th Annual Comal County Fair kicks off Tuesday with what kids here have called almost forever suicide night the night the carnival cranks up its lights and Say what you will about the Fourth of Honiecoming Week or Wurstfest Nothing in this community is anticipat ed quite like the Comal County AndMs always been that said retired Commissioner Moe Let me put it this way I can remember going to my first one when I was proba bly years Schwab Since I think IVe missed maybe one or That was for I was hunting in Wyoming or something like The county Schwab has always been this communitys most important event Children anticipated it all and it took some of the sting out of going back to But adults see the fair in a much dif ferent Schwab Years you this community was very There were people in Comal County in when i gradu ated from high Schwab People would only see each other once a and that was at the county fair A guy from Bracken would see someone See PAM WIATMIH Partly Highs middle lows upper Partly Highs upper lows near Partly Highs upper lows near Partly Highs upper lows near Chance of showers or Partly Highs middle lows upper Chance of Assistant DA Soane to seek 2nd courtatlaw judgeship Staff Writer thrown We hat Into the ring for newly created second County Assistant pfcjrict Attorney Joseph Sojwie JJT saMh putpj and volunteer reserve Commissioners Court recently appointed attorney Charles Stephens interim Stephens will establish and organ ise the new court beginning has announced his candidacy for the 2004 election for the triis Soane said I did this Jong before it even Assistant DA Joseph Soane involved a Ive done criminal defense and crimi nal prosecution things the other can didates have only read the reports on are things Ive who grad uated from South west Texas State Uni versity in received his law degree at Marys University in 1997 and opened a law practice in San Antonio specializing in crimi nal and family In Soane started in Dib Waidrips office as a misdemeanor pros In he was named chief of the misdemeanordivi In he began felony He also presents cases to the grand In he became a reserve sheriffs Soane is counsel the sheriffs Cri sis Negotiation Team and works in patrol and inves tigative Campaign The filing period for the 2004 election is 2 to The primary elec tion will be con ducted March The gener al election will be ft inn tor mir
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