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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 26, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas THE SUNDAY OCTOBER EL PASO TX 79903 AUWHttBABKdjI COUPON WURSTICKET Wurstfest offers a cbupoh for one free admission with one paid admission between 2 and Page 2A LIFE FAST CARS Marty Bocbla knows fast Hes been dealing in them for years and has just about one of Page 1C Serying New Comal County since 297 30 4sections CLICK vyww j DEARABBY i CLASSIFIEDS Mostly cloudy High Low 66 44 Details 3B 7B 1D COMICS 6C CROSSWORD 6C I FORUM 4A i WEDDINGS 3C SPORTS IB I TV GRIDS 78C FROhlrand CENTER i to tine of win At Cougar senior Eise Keoghan senior from ftewBruahfels Walt Sparkman Saturday learningthe HighSchooj BandDirector Beth Bronk as they celebrateadvancing score at the UIL marching contest at the school At right Unicorn to state CHS and NBHS earned state berths j r i New Braunfels outplay 10 for state berths AHEABAHD COMPK 1 1 HUM New Braunfels Alamo Heights Boerne Foster Fredericksburg Jefferson KerrvilleTivy Lamar Consolidated McCollum Medina Valley Sidney Mnier From Staff Reports Canyon High School and the New Braunfels High School inarching bands qualified Saturday to compete in the4AUIL state band competitioa The bands were the only two of 12 Texas area schools to go on to state competition slated for Alamodome in San I am so proud of these said Beth director of the 260mem ber NBHS Were reallyexcited to get the opportunity to go on to the marching contest for the sec ond time since Ive been She said she was proud of both Wer6veryhappyforthembecause we got to go two years ago and its really great for the Bronk Walt who directs the 150member CHS marching said he was proud of his students tand New Braunfels band They did an awespme Spark man said after the qualifiers were announced late afternoon Tm about ready to the CHS and NBHS bands were two of five regional bands to qualify for the area contest after the Region 12 Marching Contest in San Both bands have been practicing sev eral hours each week since the begin ning of school to perfect their CHS performed Mendelssohn Reformed by NBHS performed parts of Celebration and The Year of the Dragon by Phillip Sparkman said there is still a tough Im just happy be he Of the more you do the tougher the competition Everyone there will be in really good Parking a hurdle for civic center By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer New Braunfels Civic Center might be a parking issue away from answering the 5yearold civic cen ter Officials have been working toward building a new civic center since 1998 when the citys com prehensive plan called for its con Im glad to its down to just a parking said Michael president of Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Over the suggestions of moving the civic center to the riv the Wurstfest facility and even the old HEB building have come and But city officials are back to the idea of expanding the current facility and are mov ing forward with the which is on the coun cils priorities There is still some disappointment among officials who hoped to see a civic center over the ComalTliv City Manager Chuck Pinto But architects are trying to spice up the expansion project by planning to close off the part of West Garden Street between city hall and the sanitation storage Landscaping a front entrance to a new city hall See Page 5A Dont seniors V Juniors should start considering colleges coupselors say 7M jtfory the first n afourpart series Qbqittthe college application wdemte preparation in high school and financial resource V By Pylan Jimdnw Sjalif Writer Colleges gearjng up for freshman ajjdhjgh schQQl CQunselprs say students need to get Oft er rtsjs befeg Igft Seniors gradating this spring nee4 to apply fpr college tjus jf pounsiplors And Ipcaj seniors ale on top of things for the most sAopJi wcHld say half pf jjju have said wa but seniors should be PAVIB New Bmunfeis High School seniors Kavte arri Natalie Cotes chuckle with career center cppr dinator Julie Salsman while talking about dorm their senior seniors should focus pn cpmpteting appjipattpns gad eflog a de fectp deadline of counselors sbpuld be visiting campuses deciding on schools to which they want to Last adaiission representatives from mm visited New Braunftls COkliGi Page 5A Texas potters throw wares this weekend at Gruene clay fest By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer It wa a family reunion of pptters Sat urday as more than 50 artists gathered in Gruene for the nth annual Texas Clay The festival began 10 years ago when 12 Central Texas potters wrnited a way to support each otherThe festival has grown to include vendors frpm across pptterybuflscan find everything frpm the elaborate TOtASCiAY FESTIVAl PMore than Texas pstters Continues tpdayfrpm 10 to in Potters will fee to the the functional to the sculptural and everything earthen in between See Page 3A Texas Clay Amedun throws a piece of group gathered under a tent at the MARK i 2 10823861 i Cinui i i i si t
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