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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas THE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 2007 HERALDZEITUNG Newspaper of the Year SPORTS Pitching to determine baseball fortunes at New Smithson Page IB BUSINESS THf 306 CAPE A new cafe in Canyon Lake aims to serve up homestyle meals in a comfortable Page 8A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 34 5 sections CLICK I Mostly sunny High Low 67 42 Details 3B DEAR ABBY 2E CLASSIFIEDS ID COMICS SC CROSSWORD 1C FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS IB TV GRIDS 23E Police recover pages of personal papers Reams of documents thrown in Dumpster By Suianne Ashe StaffWriter Hundreds of area residents are safe from poten tial identity theft after New Braunfels police recov ered reams of papers containing countless bits of personal information that someone dumped into a local businesses outdoor trash Officers Mike Cochran and Jason Tucker dug through a Dumpster at Memorial Self 1890 Walnut Saturday afternoon and pulled out thousands of We have to thoroughly inspect the Dumpster and collect anything with any type of identify ing Cochran They will be labeled found property and put into the evi dence room until a detective decides what action needs to be Much of the property income tax original birth and marriage drivers licenses and Immigration and Naturalization Ser vice to a New Braunfels busi ness woman who was keeping the documents along with personal items in a storage See Page 9A New Braunfels police officers Jason Tucker and Mike Cochran sift through a dumpster contain ing hundreds of legal docu mentation and per sonal items once belonging to a local business owner that were discarded after payment delinquen cy on a storage unit at Memorial Self MIRANDA HeraldZeitung Date to the dance Sara Norton as she enjoys a dance with her Canyon High School Air Force Junior ROTC Cadet James Smith at the Paper Roses senior prom Friday Dozens turn out for first CRRC senior prom By Suzanne Ashe StaffWriter Rmance was in the air riday night as couples wirled around the dance floor at the first Senior Prom at the Community Resource and Recreation Cen ter at Canyon The CRRC was decorated with twinkling lights that did nt outshine the sparkling smiles from a crowd of 160 senior citizens dressed in their The ladies wore prom dresses and the men wore suits and One group of welldressed teenagers stood from the Canyon High School JROTC attended in uniform to escort and dance with single ladies and Major Kevin senior aerospace instructor at Canyon High said a parent of one of the Kathy told him about the Our motto is service before self and the kids are showing respect to their he John and Margaret Heard spent their 60th wedding anniversary at the prom and the grass didnt have much of a Photos by MIRANDA Margaret and John Heard of Canyon Lake celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Friday evening as they dance together at the first Paper Roses Senior Prom at the Community Resource and Recreation Center in Canyon The couple was married in Sraunfels Independent School District Board of Trustees I When 7 Monday I Where NBISD Education 430 Mill A prom worn by Canyon Lake resident Bridget McDougall in was on display at the Paper Roses1 Senior Prom that took place chance to grow under their were John Heard laughed during a Members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers line dancing team from Margaret said she was work Sharon Mary Glenna Gould and Mary Ann ing as a nurse in Hawaii when Ragland all of Canyon strut their stuff on the dance floor of the Community Resource and Recreation Center in Canyon Lake See Page 9A during the Fridays Paper Roses Senior NBISD trustees say study would project growth By Jessica Sanders StaffWriter New Braunfels Independent School District trustees will consider a districtwide demograph ic study during Mondays v meetings During his first meeting as acting Mike Smith will recom mend that Templeton Demographics conduct a study of NBISD campuses and create future enroll ment projections and a longrange facilities According to an estimate prepared by Templeton the two studies would cost about and would be presented to the board in An annual update for the 200809 See Page 10A Local Key Clubs make 25 cents go a long way By Suzanne Ashe StaffWriter The Canyon High School Key Club might have surpassed New Braunfels in raising the most money in the Kiwanis Club of New Braunfels Miles of Quarters but in this chal no one is a Canyon High School won the nearly month long challenge with a grand total of or yards of New Braunfels came in second with at total of yards of Key Club students from both schools eagerly began laying out their strips of paper quarters on a table at 10 Saturday at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Landa Street for the final Students from both clubs said they collected quarters until the last minute of the We went to local businesses and told them about our cause everybody gave us at least Emili president of the New Braunfels Key Even though Canyons club came out on top after the yards of quarters were there wasnt a lot of animosity between the two Its more about raising money than beating Kensing Its still going to go to See Page 10A Flwt Commercial APY 5MONTH CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT f KEEP YOUR INVESTMENT TIME SHORT AND EARN A GREAT RATE AS leXUS Annual Percentage Yield APY is effective and is subject to change without Minimum deposit to open and earn the stated APY is A Penalty may be imposed for early 1656 State Highway 46 New TX 830 6252661 Member FDIC
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