New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 21, 2011, Page 12

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 21, 2011

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 21, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas 12 I Wednesday, September 21, 2011 | herald-zeitung.com COMAL COUNTY FAIR SCHEDULE TODAY ■    8 i.m. — Extiibtt Hstts o^n for •mmt ■    9 I.m. Baby Birnyaitt tnd Biby Chicks, MoMa Dairy Claaaroom ■    5 p.m — Fairgroundi open ■    S'10 p.m. —Food courts ■    >-11:45 p.m. — Midway, carnival ■    6 '11 p.m. — Corral, Night in Old Ntw BraunfalsThursday ■    9 a.m.-9 p.m. — Baby Barnyard and Baby Chicks; Mobile 0»ry Qassroom; Povllry exhibits; Home and Heritage; Wildlife and Shoebox Roat ■    1-10 p m,— Exhibits open ■    8-11 45 p’m.^ Carnival ■    8 p.m'-midftight — Corral, Clint Taft and Buck Wild BandFriday ■    11 a.ni. — Fairgrounds open ■    10 a m.-IO p.m: — Home & Htntage, Wildlife and Shoebox Roat Exhibits open ■    11 am,-11:45 p.m. — Carnival ■    Noon-10 p.m. -- Baby Barnyard and Baby Chicks; Poultry exhibits; Mobile Dairy Classroom: Home Depot KidsWoiishop ■    Noon*6:30 p.m. — Mattar Gardtnars ■    1-4 p.m. — CofTil, Local High School Bands parform ■    2 p.m. — üvttíock Arena, lamb Show ■    4 -4:30 p.m — Corral, All-Star Elite Chetdtading ■    5:30-7:30 p.m. - Cwral, WHlie’s Karaoke ■    7:15 p.m. — Rodeo Arena, Kids Rodeo Clown Contest ■    7:30 p,m-PfiCA Rodeo ■    8 p.m.-midnight — Corral, Straight Shot BandSaturday ■    8 a.m. - Fairgrounds open ■    8 30-10:30 a m.-4-H Food Challenge ■    11 a.m -1 p.m. • Piiza Eating Contast ■    10 a m -noon • Family Zona, Children's Games ■    1 p.m. • Family Zone, Kiddie Tractor Pull ■    5:30-8:30 p m: - Corral, Jeremy Richards Band ■    7 30 p.m. - Rodeo Arena, PRCA Rodeo ■    9 p.m.-l a.m. - Corral, Gary Glenn and the Twenty X BandFAIR Continued from page p.m. with food booths of)ening <it 5 p.m. The carnival runs from f)-11 p.m. Nigfit in Old New Braunfels lx*gins at 6 p m. in the (orral. Fntertain* ment will be provided by Broken Fence with Rennie and Boh and the New Braunfels Firefighter Band. "That's when we will announce the winners of our Best Western I Pressed ( ontest, and we will have Jacqueline Ibarra, 16, left, laughs Tuesday wtiile aboard the Wacky Worm roller coaster at the Comal County Fairgrounds. LAURA McKBCIE ;Herald-2eltung our dance contest/' Kne-upper said. "We will also have our Gerrhan dancers and the Grand March. And of course, everyone can participate in the Grand March." The incoming and outgoing Comal County Fair courts also will be intro-ducc'd. Admission to the fair on Wednesday is free. Armband prices to the car-nival on Wednesday are $15 per p(*rson. For information, call (830) 625-1505 or visit www.comal-countyfair.org.ROBBERYContinued from pago 1 He said one of the men had a warrant on an unre- lated charge. Both were taken to police headquarters for C|uestlon-ing that led to their arrests on the a^ravated robbery charges.DAMContinued from page 1 Krause is exfx?cted to sign the doc ument on Thursday. It will then go to TCEQ. said the state's Historic Downtown Seguin^ Vendors, entertainment, kiddie rides. Visit downtown stores, historic attractions & restaurants. TRADE DAYS r* Free chalk at the fountain art activity for ages 5-18. 9a.tn. Saturday, September 24 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Around Central Park Square Sponsored by Seguin Main Street w\m.scguintcxas.gov Click on Main Street Department ^ approval letter is expected in the first wc'eks oí October. Construction bids subrnit-ted by contractors vying to be (hosen to build the main portion of the $16.3 projec t are due to be opened by the county Tuesday, The county plans to award a bid soon after and, with the TCEQ approval letter in hand, lx‘gin construction of the dam in mid-Oc tober. "Schedule-wise, we're right in line with where we should be," Boyd said. The pro vi t — which has been stal ed by problems at the site and plaguen! with legal and contractual battles with contractors over the origmal design and other matters — faces a c rucia I july 2012 dc'adline for substantial completion of the dam, after which $12 million in fedi'ral grant funds for the project could possibly be forfeited. Located on Dry Ckxmal Creek west of New Braunfels, the dam is being built to reduce the impact ol flooding and save livc’s. Commissioners will mcH't Thursday at 8:15 a.m. in the Commissioners' Courtroom at 199 Main Plaza in New Braunfels. Commissioners will also: •    Consider approving a new burn ban order. Although a burn ban is already in effect, a more rigid drought disaster declaration orrJer issued in mid-june is expiring and the new burn ban will include certain tougher provisions found in the disaster order. Included are such things as requirements for outdoor welding and a prohibition against opc'n ccx)king fires Despite recent rains, the drought index remains more than 200 points above the level at which a burn ban is triggered. •    l isten to c itizen's comments. •    Hc>ar rep)fts by county staff and elected officials on items of community interest. •    Consider setting the maximum number of clerks for each polling place for the Nov. 8 constitutional amendment election. •    (Consider establishing the county's clerk's office at the Comal County Courthouse Annex as the "Central Accumulation Station" for ballot boxes in the Nov. 8 constitutional amendment election and naming County Clerk Joy Streater as manager, elections coordinator Linnell Hinojosa as tabulation su()ervisor and Cynthia jaqua of the county elections division as presiding juHse. 1 We Want to Make You a Loan • No Checking Account Needed • Usually 30 Minute Service STOP BY TODAY FOR FAST CASH! 1205 IH-35W.Ste205-D, New Braunfels » (830)627-8800 New Braunfels Five-Day Forecast TODAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Areas of patchy 1 Mostly cloudy A few degrees Scattered cloud fog in the morning skies cooler cover 95 /67" 94“/66° 91/67° 93 V 68° SUNDAY GLI Calm conditions continue 92 /69° :LICK ë Port Aransas Today Tomorrow Friday Coastal forecast and Tides Galveston Tomorrow Friday Temperature Yesterday s High , Low 91° / 62“ Normal High / Low 90 e?” Record High 104° in 1947 Record Low    44“ in 1981 Precipitation Yesterday’s    O.OO" Month to Date    o 34" Avg, Month to Date    2.24" Year to Date    7 61” Avg Year to Date    25 66" Departure from Avg    -18 05“ Temjitjfuture drirt [."•■ Ipkition d;. ol fprTi yesletrliiy Tdken korr. Ni'W Biaunteis .iitfiort Almanac Levels/Flows 9/20 Change Edwards Aquifer (ft) 646.0 + 0.6 Comal Springs (cfs) 174 0 +/-0 Canyon Dam 9/20 Change Inflow n/a n/a OuttlOWIGuad pe R at Saltier) 73 W-0 Lal<e Level 900.8 -0.04 NBU Pumping Report Milions Millons 9/20 of gallons 9/20 of gallons Surface water 6 564 Ground water 3.265 Forecast Map Updated forecasts: www.srh.noaa.gov Type “city, state" or zip code into space provided and click “go” button. Sun and Moon Sunrise    Sunset    Moonrise    Moonset Today 7:20 AM    7:31 PM    1:07 AM    3:18 PM Thursday 7:21AM    7:29 PM    2:06 AM    4;03 PM Friday 7:21AM    7:28 PM    3:08 AM    4:45 PM Pollen Counts Grass    n/a Mold    Moderate 1428 Tree    n/a Weeds    Low 6 Pollen counts courtesy of Central Texas Allergy and Asthma. 89 V 79" 86'/TS” 86“/77" Today’s Wind: E at 5 to 15 Today's Tides 1st High 1 st Low 2nd High 2r>d Low Port Aransas 12 47 AM 3:10 PM none Galveston    none 3:38 PM none Today 88"/77“ 84"/72" 85 V 68' Today's Wind: SE at 5 to IS Maps and Forecast Produced by '-mi none none i www.dayweather.com Cheyenne. Wyoming • New First Sep 27 Oct 4 /:■ Full Last Oct. 12 Oct. 20 4^ Today Tomorrow Today Tomon'ow city HI Lo W Hi Lo W City HI Lo W HI Lo W Albany 73 62 sh 76 61 th Las Vegas 99 74 su 98 76 pc Albuquerque 83 52 th 80 52 th Little Rock 83 61 pc 77 55 th Anchorage 50 40 r 49 36 '("■■■ Los Angeles i 81 66 8U 81 66 SU Atlanta 80 66 th 82 67 th Louisville 75 60 th 73 56 sh AMantK; City 75 66 sh 75 66 th Madison 59 37 pc 59 36 pc Baltimore 77 66 sh 77 65 th Memphis 81 63 th 79 56 th Baton Rouge 89 68 th 88 69 th Miami Beach, FL 89 81 th 89 81 th Billings 71 44 su 84 51 su Milwaul^ee 68 50 pc 60 48 me Birmingham 82 64 th 85 63 th Minneapolis, MN 52 45 sh 59 43 pc Bismarcl( 55 36 pc 66 42 pc Mobile AL 86 70 th 87 70 th Boise 81 49 su 86 51 SU Montgomery AL 85 67 th 88 67 th Boston 72 62 pc 75 65 sh Nashville, TN 79 61 th 81 58 th Buffalo 61 43 su 76 52 su New Orleans, LA 88 73 th 88 73 th Carson City, NV 86 46 PC 85 46 PC New York NY 76 66 sh 79 67 th Charieston. SC 85 73 th 85 73 th Norfolk, VA , 80 70 th 81 71 tti Charleston, WV 78 64 th 77 61 th North Platte, NE 67 37 pc 70 45 su Charlotte 81 64 sh 82 64 til Omaha, NE 67 42 pc 65 41 pc Chattanooga 82 63 th 82 60 th Orlando, FL 92 75 th 91 76 th Cheyenne 61 38 pc 73 45 SU Philadelphia 78 68 Sh 78 67 th Chicago » 72 53 pc 62 51 pe Phoenix, AZ 105 76 SM 105 79 pc Cincinnati 73 59 th 72 55 sh Pittsburgh 74 61 Sh 71 56 Sh Cleveland 75 60 th 68 56 sh Portland, ME 67 59 pc 70 59 sh Colorado Spgs 63 40 th 71 46 SU Portland, OR 81 58 PC 80 57 DC Columbus. OH 73 59 th 72 55 sh Providence, R1 75 61 sh 76 63 sh Dayton, OH 73 56 th 70 53 Sh Rapid City, SD 61 42 pc 70 50 su Denver 66 43 pc 75 46 su Reno, NV 90 52 pc 91 52 su Des Moines 65 45 pc 62 39 pc Richmond, VA 79 67 th 80 68 th Detroit 75 56 th 67 52 sh Sacrarriento 96 59 su 96 60 su Diriuth 51 46 Sh 53 45 me St. Louis, MO 76 54 DC 68 49 sh Eugene 82 55 su 81 51 pc SaH Lake City UT 78 57 su 83 59 su Fairbanks 60 33 PC 54 38 PC San Diego, CA 75 64 PC 75 64 su Fargo 53 36 r 60 41 pc San Rancisco, CA 72 55 su 71 54 su Fiagstafl 77 40 pc 75 40 DC SantaFe, NM 73 46 th 69 48 DC Fort Smith 83 57 pc 70 53 th Seattle, WA 78 58 PC 69 57 r Grand Rapids 70 51 sh 61 44 sh Slireveport. LA 87 63 PC 84 60 th Greenslipro 77 66 th 78 66 th Sioux Falls, SD 61 38 pc 60 36 pc Helena 75 46 su 80 52 SU Springfield 73 50 pc 67 48 PC Honolulu 87 71 sh 87 71 sh Spoi<ane, WA 79 50 pc 84 52 pc Indianapolis 77 :55 th 69 51 sh Tampa,FL 92 75 th 91 76 th Jaci^son, Miss 84 65 th 86 64 th Topeka 72 47 pc 72 47 DC JacksonvMIe, FL 88 76 th 87 75 th Tucson. AZ 96 69 pc 97 68 DC Juneau, AK 49 42 sh 48 41 Is Washington, DC 78 69 sh 80 68 th Kansas City 71 48 pc 70 48 PC Wilminglon, DE 77 66 sh 77 66 th Knoxville 80 61 th 79 59 th Wichita, KS 71 50 sh 75 53 pc conserve NBU asks you to please curb your electric use, especially between 2pm to 8pm. Keeping air conditioning units set at 78 degrees and only using apipliances in the evenings and momings are a great start. Leam more at nbutexas.com or by calling (830) 608-8925. Here ki what matter«. ........, ;

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