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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 16, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas DECEMBER ftOt 180 and Comal County since CROSSTOWN New Braunfels Unicorns host Canyon in district Page 5A NEW SOUND New Sound Hearing Aid Centers offers December spe cials on three different types of hearing Page 3A 163 28 12 2 sections CLICK 500 www Partly cloudy High Low 60 29 Details1B DEAR A6BY 3B CLASSIFIEDS 46B COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 2B FORUM 4A SPORTS 5A TV GRIDS 36 FnoNTand CENTER Season residents showed their Christmas spirit this as a num ber of events marked Santa met with for breakfast and din ner and gave tours of his could be heard in churches and underground His toric nativities and a 5K run rounded out the 2v gets herrnonv as she places d gummi wreath on the door of her ginger bread house at the Great Gingerbread i Protestant Sanctuary Choir members of the Texas State Chorale per Sform Vivaldis Gloria at the church DAVID Eliot decides to test the mortar holding his gingerbread house together while attending the Great Gingerbread Event Saturday at McKenna Childrens Below left Angels Ben Zach and Ralpha Christina Talcott discuss the future of the Wilson family during a scene from Christmas on the Brink performed by the First Protestant Church Youth Sunday night at the groups dinner theater REBECCA S REBECCA Norma and Romina Hernade donate toys for the Toys For Tots drive to Master John Medrano at Jahn Street Soldier phones hofne with news of Saddams capture By Scott Mahon Staff Writer News of the capture of Saddam Hussein Saturday rippled around world early as spidfers quiefeJycaiJedt IP share we news with their i Slayer near at 5 to his phene tp home about the He palled me news W8S qn The fim thing aske 4 if Saddam was QT s He said then UJf r tjbjit Gladys Steajrns of Nf w fiiaunfete spoke with her the tjQbps and tliat sol we Sunday she wis happy about mm Stejim her sou Im is an Aroy rt and gated to active duty when he reported tp Fort Hood in He is presently stationed at Carnp Slayer in Baghdad with the 450th Chenueaj amved in Baghdad in she battalion has been searching for weapons of mass but so far theyve only found nonlettwi Phemieak The Associated Press reported Monday Saddam Hussflniias denied to his interrogators that his See pag9 3 A W 1 Woman charged with slaying From Staff Reports A 40year old female was arrested at Canyon Lake in connection with an out standing warrant from Cooke County for the capital murder of a child under age Detective Tommy Ward of the Comal County Sheriffs Office said Kim Stevens Whitaker was arrested and taken into custody about Saturday at a residence in the 700 block of Valsa Street in Canyon Donna OConner made the Ward We had been looking for this person for several days on a war rant from Cooke Ward said Whitaker would remain in custody at the Comal County Jail until she is transferred back to Cooke The arrest was made without resist Ward boosts school technology By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Technology in local classrooms is close to getting a New Braunfels Independent School District has looked to upgrade its cur rent intercampus network for Instructional Technology Director Jen nifer Faulkner said the district is close to finalizing a plan that would increase the districts bandwidth enough to facil itate the next 25 years of The district decided in 1999 to invest in fiberoptic lines to connect the districts campuses to its phone and Internet To make the the district has to install the The district has worked with New See TECHNOLOGY Page 3A WEDNESDAY
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