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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 18, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas M n 780 TT W OCTOBER HERALD WKHEftS 4E1TUNG SPORTS PLAYOFFS Within an out of reaching the World Astros surren der homer that gives Cardinals 54 Page 5 FORUM SOUND OFF Guest columnist Thomas Stange writes who support for NB cheerleaders is not Page 4 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 283 12 1 section CLICK i Mostly sunny High Low 89 63 1 i Details 7A DEAR ABBY 9 CLASSIFIEDS 10 COMICS CROSSWORD FORUM OBITUARIES SPORTS TV GRIDS 8 8 4 3 5 9 City looks at candidates for manager By Ron Maloney Staff Writer the 7 city council meet Mayor Bruce Boyer said candidates for city manager Monday night after a closed will be winnowed down to the session meeting to discuss search Ralph Anderson and would reduce the current can didates to a much shorter He didnt call them several strongest applicants by council applicants the citys A list of nearly 80 possible We reviewed the applica tions that are still Boy er We gave feedback to go back and whittle that list down to five to seven Interview dates would be set at the 7 Boyer In other action at Monday nights special council See Page 2 Mayor Bruce Boyer Water group mails proxy vote packages By Ron Maloney StaffWriter CANYON LAKE the checks not in but it soon could be depending upon what voters decide to do next month in a special election called to consider the million sale of the Canyon Lake Water Supply CLWSC spokesman Robert Case reported proxy packages were mailed out to those eligible to vote in the special called for 1 5 at Mountain Valley Members will vote on whether to approve the sale of CLWSC to Californiabased San Jose Water dissolution of CLWSC and COMING SUNDAY Healthy lifestyle New Wings takes flight ui Coma NBISD to target groups to raise scores By Jessica Sanders StaffWriter New Braunfels ISO officials hope that tar geting atrisk groups will raise TAKS scores for middle school Looking at the its clear where we have to the gaps are in certain popu lations in the areas of science and said Rosalyn NBISD assistant superintendent for instructional See Page 6 FUELING HISTORY Photos by MANDY Rochelle Walt Lil and Johnny Long chop potatoes for the stew to be served in tonights Harvestfest at the GVTC Harvestfest stew supper to help Heritage Museum Bob Wickman does his part to chop up the 84 pounds of beef required to make the stew for tonights Harvestfest at the GVTC By Jessica Sanders StaffWriter The meat still was sizzling and a few giant cans of green beans remained unopened Monday The smell of simmering stew permeated the Guadalupe Valley Telecommunications Cooperative promising lots of full bowls by tonights You think of stew when the colder weather said Xena presi dent of the Heritage since were the Heritage we think its fitting because the pioneers ate a lot of Though the weather hasnt turned cold just Jones said they expect about 250 diners at the museums 10th annual stew AT A GLANCE I What Harvestfest stew supper fund raiser i pm today Where GVTC i Of note Admission is for adults and for Tickets are available at the Canyon Lake Chamber of the Heritage Museum or at the if space is For call 830 8996928 or 830 The evening will include a a salute to the armed forces and a patri otic singalong with Peaches Pro ceeds will go toward the museums oper ating See Page 6 Resident wins grand champion honors for pig at State Fair MANDY Keeping low to the ground so as not to scare off the young Sunni Reimer hand feeds the two of them Monday By Jessica Sanders StaffWriter Shake was quite a There was nothing about the young Hamshire that stood said owner Sunni but thats what earned her pig the title of grand The judges couldnt find anything wrong with him or anything they would said He was just a good market Sunnis a castrat ed male won grand champion 5 at the State Fair of Texas in Sun a senior at New Braun fels High said she has been showing pigs her whole but this was her first time to win grand She received from the barrows 7 Sunnis New Braunfels Vice Principal Mike said he knew from the beginning that there was something spe cial about The pig had a pen mate that everyone thought was a little but we liked the he Good See Page 6 AIR J U A I I T V Health Alert TheTexas Commission on En vironmental Quality and the Alamo Area Council of Governments has declared today an Air Quality Health Alert Reduce unnecessary vehicle Carpool if possible or combine all errands into one Avoid use of drive through lanes or Dont refuel during ONTHEWEB Pollution levels are posted online at Quote
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