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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 31, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Wednesday, August 31, 2011 | 3  registration ends Friday  he deadline to register lor ttie 2011 Gomal County Fair Parade is Friday.  Herald Zeitung lile pholo  )(' ,}p[)licfl to all ('nirirs (H ('ived .titer ihc (Ic.Kliin»' vio (>ntri('s will l){‘ <i( ( (>[)l >(l .liter S p.m. Frid.iy, Sept. it.  the [).)r.i{le route will )egin <it the ( oriier ot S.tn \ntonio ,in(i S.int.i ( l.ir.i  streets, tr.ivel down San Arttonio str(*et, (ross th(' ( orn.il Kiver Bridge and (‘tul in IViiK e Solrns (’ark. As p.irt ol new guidelines this vear, no 18-wh('elers will be allowed in the parade. All vehi( l('s must  not ex( eed w(>ight limit to cross the (Ornai River Bridge».  Fntry categories im lude visiting towns and fairs, school organizations, local org.ini/alions, mis(ella-neous, f)oliti(.al, marc fling  units/F)ands and commcT-cial units. Trophlt?s will be awarded for first, second and third f)lace in the judg* ing categories of visiting towns and fairs, s( hool organizations and lo( al organizations.  Jhv 2011 Pet Parade will take plat e at 9: U) a m. Sept 2 but does rtot require advan(e registration. Any parti( ipants wishing to be a participant m the juilging f)ortion ot the 2011 Pel Parade should arrive at the Handy Andy on S.tn Antonio str(>et f)y H: iO a.m. Sept. 2i.  No partic ip.ints arriving after 8; H) a.m. will be judged; howev('r, you <tnd your pet still can ().irti( i-pate in the f)ar.Kle even if not judged.  For information, (.dl ()25-lSOS or go to  www.f  omal( ountyfair.org.  Jes fires; 2 juveniles charged with arson  K'nt lusy r.tss t( >rs led,  II.ir IV(' (>s!  1 in rt('(l s.iid dm  guisli('d th(' llames wIk'II tir<'fight ers .irrivf'd ,il tíie hom(' m the S()() blo( k nt t i.iin('s ( )riv(’.  Ih(' tire w.ts sm.ill .tnd ,t ( rew h.td it uixh'r ( onirol b\ .ibout ();2") p.m., líushiK'll s.iid ( it\ polli eli I h'.ilh Purvis s.iid tlu' juveniles were d<‘t,iined, pro( essed lor .irson .ind r(‘lease(l lo their p.tretits b\ Ciu.id.dupe ( ountv luvenile Prob.ilion.  A set ond tire cali < .tm(> out aboul h:I > p in in llie 2200 blo( k ol ( ir.tnad.) I lilis where liretiglih'rv .irrived lo tind a l.ist  moving i)rusli fir(‘ in a five ac rt' ar(',i thre.ilening two residc'ntial stru( lures, Bushnell said. H(> said (Tews had a I)ef)<)rlrTient of Pub-lit Salety heliioptt'r fly ov(*r th('  S( ('ne  P('rsonn('l trom í anyon I ake and South H.iys tire (k'p.irtments .»ssisted, Bushnell s.iid. The fir(‘ was out 1)y ,)í)oul ');0S [)-m. .md no slru(tur('s wer(' dam.iged, h(> s.nd.  " f he ( .ius(> a[)pe<irs to be trom work(*rs ( hi[)ping ro( k lor iIk* sid-ing ot hous(‘s und('r (onsirut -  tion," he said.  He said the third (all ( .ime about 10:4S p.m. ,ind firelight-(>rs w(>nt to a grass lire belwt'en ba( kyard fen( cs of two rtsideni es in th(‘ 2200 blo(k ot Stone( rest I’ath. Firefighters ( h'ared lh(> st ene al)out 1 1 iTS p.m. Investigators ,ire trying to delermint' how th(' blaz(' started and th(‘y b(‘liev(‘ it w.is ,K ( idenlal, Bushnell s.iid.  “There is a ()ossibiliK Iht're m.iy be disc.irded eml)ers trom <i b.u betu(' pit," he said. "But we'rt* still not sur('."  aiscuss JAG grant would improve tax rate radio commumcations  (i and l.t\ i.il(' propos.ils is s( heduled tor.»spec lal (ity ( ouiu il meeting on Sept.  said Sh('ri M.isterson, the ( ilv's public inlorm.ition oilK (M. I lie h(Mrmg S( lu'd uli' was deU'rmiiK'd to sal isK the [ruth m iax.ilion ie(|uirements b\ lh(' stales, \\ hi( h go\{*rns the limt»-Irami's lor lh(' l.ix r.il(‘ .idoption pro( ess, and lo ensurt' .ill couik ilors h.id llu' op[)orlunil\ lo p.ulK i-p.iU', slie said. Proposed IS ,1 $ IT” ') million budget <ind .1 5.8S-( I'nl l.ix rale liike,  endangered species  samples Irom iIk' springs to t.ik(' to .1 h.il( her\ lor pr(‘serv.ition.  Suth evatu.ilions hav(' be('n r.tre in th(‘ p.ist, w'llh ()n(> ordert'd in 2000 to K's-( U(‘ s('ver.il sp(‘( u's ol mussels in (ii'orgui. But su( h ('m('rg(MH V me.isures ( ould bt'come mon' lr('quent il lh(‘ drought hert' tontinut's lor months or years, .is many lor(H asU'rs preditl. k'xas is honu' lo Hi) (‘ndan-g('red .ind lluealened sp(‘( i(‘s,  "We're definiUTy c on-(('rned," Fish .ind Wildlile Servi( (' biologist lom Brandi said. "I ihink we have moved lo .inolht'i su>p in making sure ('V('r) thing is r(Mdy, VVt'Ve in .i planning slagc' right now."  By Greg Bowen  ifif Herald Zf’itung  (Omal ('ountv (Om missioners ( ourt is s( h('d uled lo otli( i.ilK .!( t e[)l a S I i,‘H) ? l('fl('r.il crinii' prev('nlion grani when il (TKH'Is on Ihursd.iy morn-ing.  I ).S. S('i). |ohn ( ornyn annoiiiK ed tli(‘ gr.inl in .i news rele.ise.  " Fhese kinds will (Hjuip lo( al l.iv\ ('nlort em(‘nl with the ti(>( ess.iry r('s()ur( es to ( r.u k down on t riiiK' in llu* area,”  ( orn\ n said. "H.iving the pro|)er tools lo light c rimt' IS ( rilK ,il lo kc't'ping our ( ommunili{'s sale, and 1 ap|)l.uid ihe loi .il li\id('rs tor working lo set ure ihis lunding."  rht' gr.inl will tt)mt‘ Irom lh(‘ Dep.irlment of luslit t' .ind be used lo h('lp prt'Vi’nt t rime based on lot .il needs .ind t t)ndi-lions, s.iid (Ornyn, a mt'ml)(M of th(‘ Senalt' liidit i.iry ( ommittee. The lunding (omes through lh(‘ Fdw.ird Byrnt' Memt>-ri.il luslit e Assistant e ( I rant Program, knt)wn as |A(',.  ( om.tl C'ounty will use th(' |A('i lunds lo purt hase multi-b.ind radios.  11. Vannie M.illt)y, who uiole th(' grant a[)plita-lion loi ('t)mal ('t)unly Sherill's Oflitt', saitl the (U'w [loilabit', h.ind-ht'ltl r.idios will allow ('('SO  COMMISSIONFRS’  COURT  When: 8:15 a.m.  Thursday  Where:  (Ommissioncrs' (Courtroom, 199 Main Pia/a, New Braunfels  It) t ommunit ate .it ross a wider l)and of r.tdio Ire-t|uent ies used b\ othi'r law t'nfort (‘menI .igt'n-t les,  M.illt)y said the radios toulti be used, tor exam pit', if ( omal (i)unty wt'rt' It) experit'nce a majt)r flt)t)d anti enlist Ihe aicl ol emt*rgent y-resptinse [>er-sonnel frt)m outside th(> tounty. lotal deputies could tune their multi-bantl radios to tht' outsidt' agency's r.ulit) frt't|uenty for direct tt)mmunit ations anti better inter-agentv t t)t)rtiinatit)n.  Initially, (X'^SO supervi-st)rs will ()e t'tjuipped with tlie multi-bands, Mallt)y said. I’lans are tt> t)btain atltlilit)nal rafiit)S for patrol oflicers .IS mort' grant money bet omt's available.  rht^'ll also:  •    ( onsidt'r t ht)osing ,i conlrat lor lo ( onlinue inmalt' It'lt'phtitie servit t's al ( omal ( ounl\ j.iil. Untlt'r the'inmat(' U'le-f)hon(' st'rvitcs svstt*m, t t)!le( 1 t .ills lH)m prisofv t*rs are billed to iht' person rt'ceiving th(* t.ill, with iht' ct)unly rt'tt'iving a [»'r tenl.ige t>f iht* rt'venut's frt)m the calls.  •    Kett)gm/e Rt'lugio Rodriguez ol the Road [)c'[)<irlmenl .ind Thom,is Byford ot the Sh('nff's Offitt' u[)on their r(>lire-menl. Rtxirigue/ has worked 2 1 ve.irs <ind Byford 1 h tor the* ( ounty.  •    Accept I wo $S00 don.ilit)ns Irom Kim .ind (Tndy Bolt ot Bulver(k' tor the Sheriff's ( Mfice and its Hostage Negt)ti.ilions Team.  •    ( t)nsick'r .in appoint meni to (omal ( ounty Historical ('t)mmission.  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct Oemation  $775.00  (Complete!  877 271 0507 www.lu'urtoficxtiscrenuitions.coni t'all or see wcb.site tor details  NBPD: Woman changes story; says she drank, tried to drive  By Dekmdo Moultrie  The Herald- Zeilunq A 1ye.ir old N(*w Braunfels wom.in letl .i par ly wfier(‘ she fiatl betm drinking, ( r.ished her c ,ir lht*n tri('d lo rt'port the vehi-( le stolen Ihe nt'xl d.iy, a New Pirainilels Polit (>  I)('paiIrnenl spok(‘sman s.iid.  11. I le.ith I’urv is did not release the worn,in's n.imt' Monda\ Ixm ,iusc no ( h.irges h.id been tiled .igainst h('r.  Me said polu e were t .lilt'd .iboul ) ')() ,i.m Sun d.iy lo llie noo blotk ol VV. S.in Antonio Si wlierc otti (t'rs lound ,in un.illendt'd (.ir th.it h.id l»‘tl the t(».id w.iy, hit .1 dit( h. w('iil sitk* wavs and sinu k .i New Braunti'Is Utilities iitilitv pol(' guidewire A slioit time l.iler, polit e v\(>re sent lo ,i home in the 1(10 blo( k of Plum Sir{>el, whcrt' tin■ (.ir's owner v\anled to report il stolen, Purvis said.  fh' said th(' \V(»m,iri reported the ( ar w.is sio|(>n wliile sh(> W.IS ill (lu.ld.ilupe ( ount\ so ,1 shciitrs dcpul\ trom that ( otiiiK v\.is sent to speak u iHi her I he d('put\ nolK I'd itesh injuries on the woman .uid suspiM t ('(1 she had been in a ( ar ( r.ish Purvis said the uoman atlmilled she h.id b('('n (Irinkiiii; al ,i parts in (lU.idalupi' ( I lurilv, drove into New Bi.iunleK and ( rasln'd the < .it  "Sh(‘ told Us -.he had been al .1 parl\ lu ( lu.id.ilupe ( ounlv drinkiii'^ and .laled slu' lei! .isleep while she was driving, Pur\ is s.nd He said the ( ase is uiuI(m investig.ition, .irul p<)ln e ,ire ( otisidering possible ( h.irgt’s  SVHS teams with local credit union  1\ pi( all\ paren'^ and It'.It hers are responsible tor prov iding iheit teeiia'4('rs with tinaiK i.il aik k e  III,inks to a partiK'iship I betui'en Sniilhson \alle\  : Migh S( hooi and Randolpli I Brooks 1 eder.d ( red11 i Union SVMs studenis will I have additional tools at h.ind 1() pr( i< le their | leers . .md possibU even llu'ir ; mentors, w iih lin.iin lal assistant e. KlU ( I will be opt'timg an in s< ho( il ( it'd It union braiH h at 'sX l is whit h w ill l)t (»peialed b\  : stutlent workers as part ol i tht' s( hool's ( are('r program.  ; Ihe gr.iiul opening will : bt> atU) a 111 St'pt ().  1  FALL C:OL()R '  Cowe hi anri see!  Y')aiAcing Pony  I .ishioii B<)iiik|ik  DinMUown New lirautil. ls Mon Sal 10 (i * Sii!) 1 2 s  -'il. k V/tirieíies  Delivery AND We Install!  ion-Sat 8-5:00 • Closed Sunday •8873 • 19050 1-35 S. (East sid«)   

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