Sunday, April 29, 2007

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 29, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas THE SUNDAY APRIL 2007 HERALDZEITUNG SPORTS TRACK SV athletes garner four more medals NBs Alexander golden at Region IV IB INSIDE TOP PICKS Whos your favorite in Coma County Find the readers choice ballots Page 4B Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 144 38 5 sections CK I 8 clou High 84 Details 9A DEAR ABBY 21 CLASSIFIEDS ID COMICS tC CROSSWORD 16 FORUM 4A OBITUARJES M SPORTS 11 TV GRIDS Voters can begin casting ballots Monday TWo vie for District 2 city council seat By Suzanne The HeraldZeitung New Braunfels resident can begin casting their votes start ing at 8 Monday at the Comal County room Early voting ends Candidates Jay Patrick and Mark Goodner are vying for Early voting begins Learn more by checking out the voters guide the District 2 council seat being vacated by Beth The recall election for Councilman Ken Valentine also is being considered by voters in On Election May from 7 to 7 District 2 voters can go to Memorial Elementary 1900 South Walnut Avenue See Page 5A Wein and Saeng Growth key topic for CISD board hopefuls By Susanna Aaha The HeraldZeitung The Comal Independent School District board election begins Monday with early Registered voters in single member districts 6 and 7 will be able to vote May 12 school board District 6 which includes Bulverde and all of Bexar County that is located in the Comal ISO including the Timberwood Park area current ly is represented by Charles His opponent is See Page 7A Catie holds Frankie as she and brotherTimmy and Don Offermap wak together during the pet parade Saturday dressed in German lederhosen and an Alpine won most ethnic pet Festivalgoers take part in fun Suzanna Aaha The HeraldZeitung New Braunf els Wein and Saengerfest started off with a howl Saturday morning with its annual pet parade down San Antonio in front of the judges for a chance to bring home first prize in the pet parade It was hard to judge but great New Braunfels Mayor Bruce Boyer A lot of kids showed a lot of imagination and put in a lot of Its a great kickoff to the Boyer was one of three judges that See Page 7A GISD officials put contract on land Property to be used for elementary By Suzanna Aaha The HeraldZeitung A new Comal Indepen dent School District elemen tary school in Timberwood Park is closer to becoming reality after the school board voted day to put an earnest money contract on the The little more than 16 acres the school will sit on is located near the intersection of Texas 281 and Farm to Market Superintendent Mark Walker said at Thursday nights board meeting that the schools development had been put on hold sev eral Weve been delayed by the city and the he The school wont be done until June or July of next Thomas assis tant superintendent for sup port told school See Page 7A Residents concerned about possible scam Homeowners upset with contractor Photos by MMIANOA Mattie Grace Garrick and Maddy share space in a tub of grape juice and show off their purplestained feet with some help from their including Jana at the grape stomp booth during Wein and Saengerfest on By Mark Koopmana The HeraldZeitung CANYON LAKE After seeing the results of the new asphalt paving on his drive Randy Griddin of Canyon Lake said he wishes he had remembered the old adage that says you get what you pay I was sitting out on the verandah with my wife and some friends when this guy in a black Escalade approached Griddin said He said he was a contractor who had just done another asphalt paving He had some left over Would I be will ing to have my driveway paved In he said he could give me a huge dis if I agreed to let him do the job right The two talked for about 30 Griddin said his wife and a friend were driven to another local which the outoftown con tractor said he had worked Griddin then agreed to pay to pave his See Page 10A Cookoff a smokin organizers say By Mark Koopmana The HeraldZeitung Barbecue lovers united Saturday forks to enjoy the ninth annual Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce BBQ The which took place from 10 to 9 drew nearly 40 teams for this years said Pam Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce So far the weathers been great and were expecting several thou sand people to visit us Nel son we couldnt have done any of this without our won derful We have about 50 people who have stepped up to help make this once again a suc cessful day for us and all our Nelson said 36 teams were scheduled to compete in the cook Categories included Texas beans and a chefs where folks can make anything they as long as its she Terry Schroller of Canyon Lake was one of the Driving a golf cart around the back of the temporary parking he stopped to give his Poms Marlow See Page 5A Vicki in full smiles as she and Julie Jonas make a pineapple upsidedown cake from scratch in a Dutch on the portable Shotgun Saloon barbecue pit trailer Saturday at the Canyon Lake BBQ MMAMOAUMNftV HeratdZeitunfl We have extended our hours to better 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