New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 19, 2004

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 19, 2004

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Issue date: Friday, November 19, 2004

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 19, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas BBC NOVEMBER SPORTS FOOTBALL Smithson Valley linebacker Joe Pawelek hits for the Page 5A COUPONS SAVE JC Bealls and OakwoodTire offer coupons for savings in their Inside and Comal County since 4 14 2 sections CLICK cloudy High Low 74 62 Details 1B DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS M COMICS 28 CROSSWORD 2R FORUM 4A OBITUARIES SPORTS 5A TV GRIDS City rehires third fired street employee By Ron Maloney Staff Writer back New Braunfels City Manager A third of thn riiv Chuck Pinto said Armando A hird ot the 12 city PadrOn went back to work employees fired in August Thuisdayinornlngon the street and September got his job department who worked for New Braunfels for more than 16 was accused of making a false statement of material fact in a departmental investi gation and insubordination and was fired According to a 20 memo from City Engineer Mike Short obtained under the Texas Open Records Padron made false statements about replacement of an under ing the improper removal of ground drainage partici property from flooddamaged pated in die removal of proper when first questioned ty from flooddamaged t ur 11 and failed to provide information he knew regard See Page 3A FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS Local films Unicorns for project Photos by DAVID Unicorn fans cheer on their team as they play the crosstown rival Canyon Cougars during the Wurst Bowl FOOTBALL FEVER First in a three part series on football fever Today The impact foot ball has on the schools and districts Saturday What foot hall means to the play ers Sunday football means to the coaches Football brings schools together for fun By Leigh Jones StaffWriter The chase for the coveted state football championship has ended for Canyon and New Braunfels high but football fever rages coaches and players can be heard invoking the perseverance mantra Next year will be our The desire for a shiny trophy for the schools display case never Why do so many people place so much importance on a game played by teenagers on the cusp of man hood Texas most popular sport is more than entertainment a winning record is a badge of and a los ing record is somehow Teams are competing for status their own and their A winning football program gener ates bragging name recogni tion and and most districts are willing to pay big bucks to get and maintain New Braunfels Independent School District pays for the athletic seven assistant one defensive one offensive uniforms See Page 3A By Leigh Jones StaffWriter After graduating from New Braunfels I ligh School in Linnea Toney left Texas for a world without real Mexican food or bright Friday night a film student at Emerson Col lege in has a hard time explain ing the Go Blue mentality to her new friends from the Over dinner last I was trying to explain to them how important high school football is in They just didnt believe she They said I should make a daughter of HeraldZeitung Publisher Doug submitted her proposal to her professors and beat out II other students for one spot in the bachelor of fine arts Production on the appropriate ly titled Unicorn began this Toney worked with two film one from Boston and one from to help her record glimpses of how she used to spend her Friday Glaring Roaring Fren football Unicorn The traditions and community involvement are and the close knit relationships are she The film tries to capture Toneys video cameras focused on the See Page 3A COMINGSUNDAY Some high school football fans take their game pretty like Canyon High School fan Darren who shaved his hair into the shape of a cougar paw for the Wurst Tour of homes First in a series of stories homes that will be fea tured during the annual city wide River City Vineyard motivated by not appearance the HeraldZeitung will feature a different house of RIVER CITY VINEYARD Pastor Scott Tjernagel Denomination Vineyard Attendance 50 Meeting time Sunday Location 453 San Antonio Phone 830 6253175 I Web site I Worship style contemporary I Mission To deliver the great news of the kingdom of God to New Braunfels and to the ends of the By Leigh Jones StaffWriter Bernte Calcote has dreadlocks and he does not shave very The young guitar player is not the kind of guy that would be welcomed with open arms into every church in town on a Sun day but he fits right in at River City That is not to say he looks like everyone else in the congregation they were just willing to look past his Sitting in the middle of the which is part coffee part concert Pastor Scott Tjernagel said the con gregation was motivated by authentici not outward Were not traditional in any he We boil things down to loving seeking the lost and loving one We dont want to get caught up in Tjernagels approach was just what Cal coie was looking 1 was so tired of But River City was The people were real and no one was Ive never met any group more lull of Its contagious and intrigu he Over two years Calcote is a leader in the playing with one of the three worship Music is the cornerstone of worship in the a denomination founded by a California musician in the late Some Sundays we rock Other its very Calcote The church building an old store front within sight of the Plaza was remodeled to foster The open space is divided into seating areas with couches and comfort able chairs that transition into rows of chairs in front of a Our services start with sweets and After we teach for not just 1 jernagel See Page 3A MANDV Scott pastor at the River City Vineyard Community Church adjusts the window ;