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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 4, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas DECEMBER 2003 NG KICKING BACK Kyle Lattghdrst and Steven Stockwell will play a key role in Fridays playoff match with Alamo 5A Braunfels and Comai Countysince HOW BAD i The Bush eeonom ie policies are so bad Al Sharpton hasnt found a job in 48 years Argus Hamilton Page 4A 12 2 sections 5OC Partly cloudy High Low 65 39 Details 1B DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS 44B COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 28 FORUM 4A APPLAUSE 4B SPORTS B6A TV GRIDS 3B FRONT and CENTER g up visitors Council has eye on river for build Architects present three designs for civic center facility By Scott Mahon Staff Writer Architects presented three designs for a civic center to City Council Wednes including plans for a million facility on Comai The least expensive design calls for renovating the existing civic A third plan calls for building a new squarefoot facility on Castell which would require demolishing city Ken Rehler with Vaughn and Koone said expanding the existing civic center would hinder needs for It would also Kfc FakJJ8 evening about how and his family wait for nightfall and thTarriK s Ranch drivethrough Christmas light show came to be as he lights twinkle on the exhibits on display at Santas Christmaslight park wants to become a family tradition RANCH For call 930743 Located at 9561 35 New Braunfels Open 6 to 10 Sunday through Thursday and tp 11 Friday through Saturday per car per wit for 9 season pass than 8 feet V By Dylan Jimdnez Staff Writer Driving through a scenic winter wonderland can be a fun family holiday And Frank owner of Santas Ranch off Interstate 35 between New Braunfels and wants to give families a new Christmas Countless gleaming lights are visible from wrapped around trees and highlight ing animated But most of the scenes at Santas Ranch are hidden by the parks many Bass bought jo acres of raw spent five years ning and invested tens of thousands of dollars to cre ate the a local had to clear six acres of thick First thing we had to do was make it look like a Bass While planning the he consulted his wife and even received help from his 2 daughter The construction took ib months of trial and Bass said many visitors are surprised when they enter the mile After only the first the park opens up and several of the animations become Christmas music flows into Along the 15minute Santa appears bicy cling and even tubing on a Bass designed and built of the He says he has a few hun dred characters he hasnt pulled out Were not going to stop Bass Were going to add to it every he doesnt like to look at his investment as a busi Its more like an grown he Ive Just always enjoyed the atmosphere of these who visited his first Ught p ark in his When they come out of everybodys About 600 extension cords support the almost Ive cleaned out Home Depot about three Bass Since a few hun dred cars have visited the ranch is in its first year of He expects business to pick up as Christ mas Itll take a few years to take Bass but we want it to become a tradition for parking On the other Rehler build ing a new civic center on Gastell Avenue would allow the facility to be expanded in the future to square more parking space would be Gity Hall would have to maybe to the old civic and it would cost an additional million to renovate the existing civic center to accommodate See CENTER Page 3A CHEER FUND Help the HeraldZeitung feed families this Please send your donation to Cheer 707 Landa New COMING FRIDAY Krause to run for second term in tax office Fram Staff Repprts lector Sherman fjed Wednes day for to a seeon4 Re said hf looks fprwMd tp epjj and wouW Kmuss sajd m g campaign During his the tax office has eliminated three positions costs an4 improved most iniportant accomplishment in through organizing workloads and clearly defining providing necessary resources and thf dedicated employees and management team trie tax wWe now accept credit cards for payment of any fees or taxes we col te we our office hours to 8 to 5 to fit the regular work schj4ute we have pregted m i The ling perfed ejecton IE i election will to conducted The general etectifln
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