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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 18, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas NOVEMBER BASKETBALL Smithson Valley suffers first loss of and Canyon readies for its first roundball game against Alamo Page 5A Wildlife season a on road Deer crash claims onelife ty since STAND UNITED Guest columnist Susan Whitmire offers that the fight againsttevil must Page 4A CLICK 12 2 sections www 8IIII56825II00001 dstly sunny High Low 75 42 1 I Details 16 DEARABBY 36 CLASSIFIEDS 46B COMICS 26 FORUM 4A LOTT6 Ik SPORTS 5A TV GRIbS 3B From staff reports The death of a New Braunfels woman has raised concern of me threat deer and o ther wildlifepose Nicole died frominjuriessus tained in an 2 accident in which the SAFETY TIM driver ofa motorcy SAFETYTIPS Wayne These safety tips are struck a deer On recommended by the Insurance Council of HU6CO Springs Texas Drivers should of New scan roadways for deer ifat motorists should look for deer eye reflec r H help watch for a Use emergency flashers or pump the brakes to alert vehicles approaching from Deer are often dazed or cbriV fused by vehicle When a deer is drivers should reduce speed but main tain if a deer observed cross ing the Deer are animals and often travel in family so it is likely that others will were llown to University Hospital with major The accident points up a danger ort local roadways that increases this time of year jumping in front of Comal County SheriffsLt Brent Paullus said this time of the year is mating season for You know the deer are out especially this time of Paullus Be aware theyre out there Slow down and stay Many Paullus motorists see a deer alongside the road and feel that it is safe to drive Pont be he Theyll still run into the side of According to the Texas Department of Public 15 people were killed and more than people were injured in motor vehicle collisions with animals in Most accidents involving deer usually V See Page 3A FRONTand CENTER Fuller takes CISD reins but hit the deer Eaton and Ruby were thrown from CISD Superintendent Nancy Fuller shares a story Monday with Bill Brown Elementary kindergartener Kaitlynn Martinez and Victoria 1 i Photos by REBECCA Fuller tries her hand at blocks with students Joshua Austin Mueller and Jose Monday was Fullers first day on the New superintendent spends first day touring schools By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Nancy Fullers educationcareer began before her first day pf school at age Learning to read early led her to teaching her peers new words in the first Ive always liked she Now Fuller started Monday as superintendent of Comal Inde pendent School Fuller made her first income as a student of her learning how to read at her grandparents home in Before she started school in her grandfather taught her to recognize words in the He would show her a word on the She would inspect the then comb the page for the She earned a nickel every time she found the word repeated and showed her I learned to read that Fuller I learned to read by sight When she entered the public school she was a little younger than her But her teacher discovered Fullers reading She let me teach reading in the comer of the Fuller The young Fuller was a natural a trade in which she lat er became a Fuller earned a bachelors degree in speech pathology and a masters degree in educational psychology from Stephen Austin State Uni versity and has devoted 32 years of Superintendent Jim Grunert is taking personal days through when his retirement will take her life topublic educa She has moved her way up through admin istrative She has managed progressively larger districts over the mov ing from Cleveland ISO to Dayton ISD and now to Although she grew up in poverty and without a she credits her professional success to her home Fuller grew up with her mother and grandparents in Hemphill where she learned to do every Fuller was taught to be selfsuf ficient and My mother was adamant I would go to Fuller She told me its the only way youre going to have a better Fuller always has encouraged her students with the lesson that edu cation is powerful enough to break See FULLER Page 3A Former NBISD chief Bradberry under fire in Keller iy Ron Maloney Staff Writer A former New Inde pendent School Pistrict superin tendent at the center of an open records controversy placed him self on leave last week in Charles whqwas NBJSD superintendent from J9S3 to tftQk tlie action at the request of the president pf School Pisttiet board Bradberry has been Keller super His salary is a Keller north of Fort in Tarrant The request came after a school district attorney asked tbe Tarrant Coun ty Pistript Attorneys office IQ investigate an alleged Ytotetten by tne school district of the Charles Bradbury ajjdwas told by officialsthatitdidnotexist Qn officials discov ered thatit did and released it on H Open records requests must be processed within 10 days unless an opin ion is sought from tbe attorney genera m to uist requested jn Failure or refusal to release pub colum fine and six months in Assistant Pistrict Attorney Ann Piarnond said Bradberry and the school district were cooperating ftjJly with the 0 Were Joojqutig at mis because its been brought to us by the school Piamond dont nave a craninaj investigation at this point JSP officials did not com ment on the situation referring statement by district sppfesman Jason COMING FRIDAY Tpr Gregs Automotive arid True k Ce n ter them all 1983 679 Sc 6256824 2003 Custom
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