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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 18, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas THE SUNDAY DECEMBER 2005 ZEITUNG LIFE HOLIDAY COLOR Special ornaments light up Christmas season at Paul Lutheran Page 1C COUPONS Look for valuable coupons from Smart Salon 55 and Real Inside Comal CountV since 333 40 6 sections CLICK I DEARABBY Cloudy High Low 55 41 Details3B 3E COMICS 4E FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS IB This is a good I wish them Felipa Range A dream come true Tears flow freely on longawaited wedding day By Jessica Sanders Staff Writer It wasnt the first marriage that Pastor Ed Bilderback It wasnt the biggest or most But its clear that Hope and Roland Rangels wedding day will never be I dont think Ive ever seen a person so filled with joy and excitement over her wedding day as said pas tor of Living Waters Worship Center in Maid of Honor Sonia Morales said she and haye been plaining their weddings since they were little When Hopes day finally Sonia couldnt help wiping away She nev er dreamed her Dfelong friend would have such a rocky road to Its breathtaking to see this she was diagnosed with systemic scleroderma in The terminal See Page 12A 11 Wish of a lifetime The help of Hospice WEDNESDAY Faith in trying times Getting ready for the big day TODAY Wedding bells DAVID Hope sheds a tear of joy as she looks into the eyes of her new Roland during their wedding ceremony Saturday at Living Waters Worship Gift of food brings cheer to hundreds By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Sharon Kimbell looked slight ly dazed when she opened her front door to two strangers car rying a box of food between Hello Merry said Sandy Stevens and Terry Buck in Kimbell smiled faintly and stepped back into her living room to allow the volunteer delivery duo from the Herald Zeitungs Cheer Fund to carry the box to her kitchen Three young children hov ered on the edges of the interrupted in their Saturday morning cartoon vigil by the unusual Next to the the lights on the familys Christmas tree provided a warm glow to the Kimbells a diabetic who just recently had his leg stayed out of sight in the back of the After listening to the children recite brief histories of the Christmas presents under the Stevens and Buck headed back toward the Thank you very Kim bell said to her visitors as they stepped back into the cold My husbands been out of work because of his and this will really help Well get through this but we real ly appreciate what youve The women smiled brightly and waved as they headed back down the driveway where Stevens was waiting by the The Kimbell home delivery was the last stop on the morn ings rounds for the Teams who gathered at the newspapers production plant before 8 Saturday delivered 250 boxes of goodies to families in need throughout the commu The deliveries were made pos sible by the generosity of See Page 14A DAVID Volunteers Sandy and Terry Buck carry a box of food to a needy family during the Cheer Fund delivery Saturday Mayor Sarah Stevick Free filters may not fix water woes in Bulverde By David Rupkalvis News Editor BULVERDE Bexar Metropolitan Water Dis trict has agreed to give residents of Bulverde Hills subdivision filters to deal with contaminat ed but there still are questions as to whether the filters will which has offered water to Bulverde Hills since plans to distribute drinking water filters to all 311 homes in the subdivision The filters are intended to relieve con cerns of residents who found out several weeks ago that their water has contained levels of trihalomethane diat have exceed ed federal standards for more than a Despite the announcement from Bulverde Mayor Sarah Stevick thinks more needs to be Im still not happy with the See Page 8A All decked out For one holiday traditions include decorat ing a freerange Christmas Bible literature classes could be in NBISDs future By Jessica Sanders Staff Writer Students in the i AT A GLANCE New Braunfels Indei si What NBISD board pendent School Disi trict may be picking j Ci When 7 up their Bibles durj Monday ing literature classes i B Where The Educa next year Mill NBISD trustees i New Braunfels will consider adding high school curriculum on the Bible as lit erature Optional classes in Bible literature are offered in other public school such as North East ISD in San Comal ISD does not offer secular Bible classes as part of its According to NBISD policy on religion in the the study of the Bible or of religion for its literary and historic quali when presented objectively as part of a secular program of is consis tent with the First Also during the meeting Committees from each school will pres ent campus improvement plans to Reports include statistics on performance and goals such as improving raising TAKS scores and reducing A reception will be held at for the NBHS volleyball which won the Class 4A state championship last The board will discuss recogni tion and evaluations for I ORDER NOW J RKE Y SIDES 830
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