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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 13, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas JUNE ZEITUNG SPORTS Spurs win Spurs defeat Cleveland 7572 to take 30 lead in NBA Page 6A DIGEST SPACI LADY Local teacher wins place at educators space Page 2A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 183 18 2 sections C K Ptrtlhr cloudy High Low 94 71 Details2B DEAR ABBY 4t CLASSIFIEDS M COMICS 31 CROSSWORD It FORUM 4A OBITUARIES SA SPORTS 6A TV GRIDS 4ff New Braunfels ISD proposes million budget ATA Id iJWTI million increase TAX IS Total Medina superintendent Moczygemba hired to head up business office By David Saleh Rauf The HeraldZeitung New Braunfels school trustees approved the appointment of a new Assistant Superintendent for Business and Operations Tuesday night The board of trustees convened in executive session for almost an hour and a half before it unanimously approved the appointment of Randy who will oversee the NBISDs business office and will help run the operations and technology Moczygemba will replace Sandy who left in May after taking a similar position with the Seguin Independent School Moczygemba has almost 20 years of experience in the education From 1987 to he was princi pal in the Wilson He also served as assistant superintendent for LaMesa ISD from 1996 to 2000 and for the past seven he has served as superin tendent for the Medina which has approximately 335 he Im excited to be coming into a bigger system and serving more Moczygemba We do great things for those 335 students but the opportu nity as an educator to impact 7500 stu dents is one of those things they were talking about at the not all about money its what we do for the Also Tuesday Trustees discussed teacher salary raises for the next school year but took no During discussion about teacher salary trustees mulled over the possibility of giving all teachers in the district up to a The pay raises are intended to make NBISDs See Page 9A Blaze destroys Canyon Lake residence No one dog escaped from fire By Suzanne The HeraldZeitung CANYON A two story residence was heavily damaged by fire Tuesday morning in Canyon Canyon Lake and the Spring Branch Volunteer Fire Department personnel responded at about to 737 Shady View on the south side of Canyon SeanWHwry of Canyon Lake said die original call came out as a fullyinvolved structure He said because his department has an auto matic aid agreement with the Spring Branch fire it also It took us Canyon Lake 10 to 15 minutes to get he We attacked the twostory house defensively because there was so much Wherry said no one was in the house at the time of the fire and a German Shep herd dog escaped from the There are people living here he Comal County tax records show the house is owned by Charles The house did have electric ity and Perdenales Electric Cooperative came out shut off the electricity after firefight ers encountered arcing power lines that also affected three other homes on the he Two fire two tanker trucks a command vehicle and 12 firefighters fought the blaze that left the house in DAVID Canyon Lake firefighters extinguish hot spots on a Shadyview Drive home that was badly damaged by fire Tuesday afternoon Firefighters were called back to the scene twice on Tuesday night for reports the fire We had a heavy fire load at one We knocked down enough fire with the deck gun to where we could knock the rest of it down with handheld he said We now have several hours of mopping and cleaning While en route to die one of the Canyon Lake fire crews lost a foot hose off of the back of its Its not but now we have to determine why it came off when it wasnt supposed he It did its just not at the right losing the hose off of one truck did not under mine firefighters efforts to put out the We had another feet of supply he Its just mainly The Comal County Fire Marshals office was at the scene of the fire but as of late Tuesday no deter minations on the cause or damage estimate of the blaze had been Crime Stoppers names Campbell Officer of the Year Teresa Simpson presents Comal County Sheriffs Department Rex Campbell with the 2007 Officer of the Year Tuesday on behalf of the New County Crime MyiOIMOJIAM HeraldZeitung By Susanna The HeraldZeitung Comal County Sheriffs Office Detective Rex Campbell was named Crime Stoppers Officer of the Year Tuesday by the New County Crime Stoppers board of Teresa Crime Stoppers board introduced Campbell as Crime Stoppers Officer of the Year before awarding him a plaque at a luncheon in his honor at Granzin Bar B Crime Stoppers is a nonprofit corporation established within a commu nity to set up a telephone hotline to receive anonymous tips about criminal according to the Crime Stoppers Web Tips received by Crime Stoppers are passed along to the law enforcement agency with the jurisdiction and responsibility for inves tigating the crime being Campbell was nominated by Tommy Comal County Sheriffs Office detec for his work on a January 2007 inves tigation into the burglary case of Rose See Page 8A Miller bids to unseat Macias Edwards Aquifer Authority chairman to run for state rep teUh lUuf The HeraldZeitung Former New Braunfels May or Doug Miller announced he intends to challenge freshman state Nathan Macias in the Republican primary next Insurance broker who current ly is chair man of the Edwards Aquifer said Tuesday he will run for state office in 2008 for the opportu nity to represent constituents in District which compris es Gillespie and Kendall Ive spent the better part of my life in public service in one format or so when people approached me for running for state representa tive I just saw it as a chance to continue and extend the work Ive done for our com munity and our Miller See Page 3A Doug Miller Lions honor deputy Clay Garland is Lawman of
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