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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 22, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 21 Thursday, September 22,2011 | herald-zeitung.com  PAGE TWO  13  Wi  for brsakinj nsv.-, and traffic follow us on Twitter ONfwBnunfiltHZ  Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fan at facebook.com  mi Sign up for e-newsletter by visitmg the « Herald-Zeiting online: htraid-ieitung.coni  > COMING UP IN THE H-Z  Friday  Gearup for high school footbali with previews of local games in the Sports section  Saturday  The Herald-Zeitung's Faith pages feature local houses of worship every Saturday  Sunday  Herald-Zeitung reader Mary Cunningham shares her trip to Benin, W Africa  Tuesday  Catch up with what happened over the weekend in New  Braunfels and Comal  ► YOUR DAILY COMMUTE  The following upcoming road prdiects and closures have been announced:  ■    1 ee Street at Walnut Avenue will be closed from Sam to 5 p m through Oct 3 for construction of new roadway lanes,  ■    Seguin Avenue between Meusebach Street and East Zmk Street for construction closed until further notice  BECOME AN 1-REPORTER  Ui'Z  1 Tft-jng or'  ► WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA  Upcoming public meetings include:  ■    Comal CounTy Commissioners' Court, 8 15 a m today, 199 Mam Plaza  ■    Zoning Board of Adjustment, 6pm today, New Braunfels Municipal Building  ONLINE EXCLUSIVE  herald-zeitung.com  _k.  Most-read story at h-z.com:  CANYON’S COWGIRL: former Aristocat makes Dallas squad  New Braunfels  Herald uZf.itung  ¡y^ HfRA10ZEITUNG.COM  707 Landa St, New Braunfels, IX 78130 (830)625-9144 fax (830) 625-1224  Published on Saturday, Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (USPS 377 880), 707 Landa Street, or PO Drawiii 311328, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas /SI 31 1328  Periodical postage paid at New Braunfels, Texas. POSTMASTER Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, TX 78131-1328  Delivery  Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 a in Tuesday through Friday and by 7 a m. Saturday and Suitrlay can call (830) 625-9144, ext 229  Staff directory  Doug Toney, Editor and Publisher, Ext 201  doug toney'ixherald-zeifung.com  Autumn Phillips t\/1anaging Editor, Ext 220  aphillips'i?beraid-;eitung.com  Shawn Lewis Assistant Managing Editor, Ext. 221  slewis he.rald-zeitung.com  Chns Hoffman Sports Editor, Ext 223  choffrnan'ftherald zeitung com  Kate Thomas Copy Editor, Ext 222  Hfiomasifherald-zeitung com  Greg Bowen, Staff writer. Ext 225  gbovveni^iherald-zeitung com  Dalondo Moultrie Staff writer Ext. 224  dmoultneviiherald-zeitung com  Will Wnght Staff writer, Ext 218  'wwngtir(iherald-zeitungx0.m  Laura McKenzie Photographer, Ext. 227  linckenzie^herald-zeitung.com  Shannon Myers Advertising Director, Ext 208  smyers4herald-zeitung com  Jeff Fowler, Circulation Director, Ext 228  jfowleraherald zeitung.com  Rosie Willingham Business fi^anager, Ext 202  rwillingham^herald-zeitungcom  Henry Coello, Production Director; (830) 625-5232  hcoe)lo®herald zeitung corn  Classified advertising, call 625-9144, ext 207; display  advertising, call 625-9144, ext 208, obituaries, weddings,  engagement, anniversanes, call 625 9144, ext 214  ■    news®heraldzeitung com  ■    sports@heraW-zeitung com  ■    planner@herald zeitung com  ■    ¡ etters@herald-zeitung.com   ■    classifieds@herald-zeitung com  ■    advertising@herald-zeitung com  ■    c I rc ulation@h e r a I d - z e it un g. c om  SCUCISD OEs school benders  From Staff reports ■ :  SCHERTZ  The Scherfz^C ih()lo-UniveTs<il City Board it)f Trustws on Tu(‘sday votf*fj to rezonc the junior anil high sc hool Ixiuniri-arics tor the 2012*1^ school year, at torfl-ing to a news release.  The B(jarfl voted to approve Option B.  The plan moves 240 sfudenls fronn Dohie junior High to Corbett junior High and Ì20 students from Sttn'le Hij’h S( h()ol to ( leme'ns ffigh Sth(H)l in the tollcnving  borfitx)ds and <;frt‘els: Dwr C'ri*t»k, Fstates at f)('er Creek, Ridge at Heer Creek, The Trails at t)wr Crt‘ek. Dove Mead()ws, fal( (>n Kidge, SiK ertirtH' I'vrkv Th ist le Creek a nd V\» h H^stoHe Aft« twi slrtx'ts in( lude Fli W'hitr^n and Cyrus Mt C(irmick.  The board approved a grandiather clausi’ earlier tn the rezoning pn>t(‘ss that will allow students turreniK attending Steele High S< hotvl to sta\ attd graduate. This t lause d<H's not appK to |unior high  'Ntuck'nts. The pssage of ()ption B includ(*s a provision tnat the sufX'rintenflent will develop th^ prtx es^criteria to use for the implementation ;oi a Dobie "Parent ( hbit e" Option, which will allow par-entsi'guardians who reside in th(' "Option B" attendance zone the option to have their seventh- and/or eighth-grade stu-dehtis) attend Dobie, with the stipulation that students who ch(K)se tf) f)ani( ipate in this (iption would then attend Ck'mens HighS(h(K)l.  N AV K;A I IN(; the S\ STEfVl  IS IT LEGAL TO RAISE BEES WITHIN NEW BRAUNFELS CITY LIMITS?  The domestic raising of honey bees within the city limits is not expressly prohibited under local ordinances Current animal control ordinances provide regulations for the care and keeping of domestic animals, mcluding livestock within the city limits, in addition to establishing custody and housing requirements for the safe and humane treatment of animals.  However, the commercial raising of bees is subiect to regulation under the Texas Agriculture Code, under Title 6, Production, Processing and Sale of Animal Products, Subtitle A, Bees and Non Livestock Animal Industry, Chapter 131,  Bees and Honey.  Individuals wishing to learn more on this topic should contact the Texas Apiary Inspection Service (TAIS) in College Station at (979) 845-9714 The TAIS regulates honey bees in our state in order to maintain a healthy and viable population of honey bees to benefit pollination needs, honey production and Texas Agriculture as a whole  — Sheri Masterson, City of New Braunfels public information officer  Have a questi.;î. about local gov^^mment'^ Send if to slewls@.herald-zeitung,com and well find the answer. All Naviqatma Systerri answers are archived online at herald-zeitung.com/news/navigating_the_system  i{()()Ki\(;s  Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County booked the following individuals between Sept. T9 and Sept. 20;  ♦    Ashley Lorana Horvath, 20,  Spring Branch, assault causes bodily injury family member, possession dangerous drug,posse^ sion marijuana under two ounces  ♦    Robert Edward Nuckols, 20,  New Braunfels, evading arrest detention  ♦    Ausenciot Trevino 0)eda, Jr., 32, Austin, assault bodily injury family violence  Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County booked the following individuals between Sept. 20 and Sept. 21  ♦    Jennifer Brsell, 41, New Braunfels, juvenile petition alleging delinquent conduct  ♦    Thomas Jason Bishop, 25, San Antonio, tamper or fabricate physical evidence  ♦    Chaitanya Rose Butcher, 28, San Antonio, assault by contact  ♦    Michael Blair Cochran, 50, New Braunfels, injury to child/elderly/disabled with intent of bodily injury - two charges  ♦    Alex Hernán Cortez, 24, Seguin, theft, no driver's license  ♦    Robert Gomez, Jr, 26, New Braunfels, public intoxication  ♦    Michael Leroy Hager, 47,  Canyon lake, failure to appear illegal dumping  ♦    Kellie Kristine Hanke, 34, New Braunfels, deliver controlled sub^ stance to a child  ♦    Lee Lamar Jackson, 23, New Braunfels, tamper/fabricate physical evidence  ♦    John Milton Mmatrea, Jr, 46, New Braunfels, assault by contact  ♦    Raymond Hernandez Orantes,  18, Bulverde, graffiti; pecuniary loss under S20K  ♦    Dominique Marie Rodriguez, 20, New Braunfels, violate promise to appear - financial hearing - theft of property between $50 and $500  ♦    Roland Mitchell Salazar, 28,  New Braunfels, viólate promise to appear - theft property between S500 and $1,500 by check, parole violation  ♦    Kelly Kita Sheffield, 26. San Antonio, tampering with physical evidence, evading arrest detention with vehicle, abandon/endanger chtid criminal negligence  ♦    Antonio Tmajero-Gamez, 22,  New Braunfels, no valid driver's license, Immigration & Customs Enforcement hold  Under the U. S. Constitution, any person/defendant is considered innocent until proven guilty. If any person is found not guilty or had the charges dropped before the State proceeding to trial and would like that finding published in the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, contact Managing Editor Sha wn Lewis at 18301625 9144 x 220 or email slewis@herald-zeitung com  iuTTItki!  New Braunfels Police Department Summary of Reported Incidents For Monday, Sept. 19 at 7 a.m, through Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 6:59 a.m.:  ♦    Sept. 19, 7;55 a m,, vehicle burglarized overnight at the 1600 block of Honeysuckle Ln. Investigating Officer D, Olson,  ♦    Sept. 18,10:30 a.m., burglary of vehicle at the 200 block of Melody Ln Civilian complaint  ♦    Sept. 19,11:37 a.m., individual was arrested for multiple warrants at the 900 block oflH35S, Investigating Officer C. Simmons,  ♦    12; 10 p.m., traffic stop resulting in wanted person located at the 200 block of Rhine Rd.  Investigating Officer G. Walker,  ♦    12:56 p.m., ex-employee suspect in theft, boyfriend called with harassing message at the 1400 block of IH 35 N. Investigating Officer G. Anderson.  ♦    9 a m,, unknown suspect(s) entered victim's truck and stole property at the 1200 block of IH 35 N, Investigating Officer T Mallett.  ♦    1.29 p.m., subject was arrested for theft under $50 at the 4800 block of IH 35 N Investigating Officer C Simmons.  ♦    Sept, 18, 6 pm, victim's phone was taken from counter where he left It sitting; reported at the 1400 block of S. Seguin Ave Investigating Officer D Olson.  ♦    1:36 a.m., offender obtained lOct gold bracelet and fled scene at the 100 block of IH 35 S. Investigating Officer M Garcia  ♦    Sept 19, 7 am, scratches and small dent to vehicle which are not consistent with burglary motor vehicle, possibly not an actual crime at the 1600 block of Honeysuckle Ln. Investigating Officer G. Walker  ♦    3; 17 p m., traffic stop turned warrant arrest at the 1800 block of E Common St. Investigating Officer J, Green.  ♦    4:55 p.m., step-mother and son involved in a disturbance. Son ran away at the 800 block of Holly St. Investigating Officer C. Simmons  ♦    4:20 p m., theft of welder and associated equipment in 30-minute time span at the 1400 block of State Hwy 46 S Investigating Officer G. Walker.  ♦    6:10 p.m., male arrested for public intoxication at the 200 block of N. Grape Ave. Investigating Officer J, Sabedra.  ♦    8:05 p.m., flatbed trailer stolen private driveway at the 1100 block of State Hyvy 46 S. Investigating Officer M. Burton,  ♦    9:48 p.m., unknown sub|ect burglarized vehicle at the 100 block of State Hwy 46 S. Investigating Officer M. Burton.  ♦    9:55 p m,, person Was assaulted by known subject and subject eventually arrested for Evading Detention at the 1400 block of W. Bridge St,  ♦    Sept. 20,12:50 a.m., juvenile male arrested for possession of marijuana under two ounces at 3000 block of Lodgepole Ln. Investigating Officer K, Williams  ♦    5:34 a.m., multiple vehicles entered without permisston at the 3000 block of Lodgepole Ln. Investigating Officer G. Fuller  BECOME AN l-REPORTER  Catch breaking new5: in action? Email your higii-resolution photo and story to  news@herald-zeitung.com . Be sure to include your name and a phone number SO we can contact you.  ► CANYON LAKE  battle two louse fires in a row  Weary CLFD puts out two attic fires; no injuries reported  ByDahmloMauniie  The Herald-Zeitung  A pair ot ba< k-to-b.ii k house tires t.ixed th(>  ( anyon l ake f ire Df'part-m('nt on Tuesdav but c rev\ s managed to extinguish both blazes, avoiding in|Urit'^ to ré‘'iflents and tli(*ms(*K(''s. the fire c biet said.  ( hiet Shawn VVberrv vud fighting the first l)l<)/e made his men so tirc'd tfiey had .i tough time batthng the sc( -ond one minutt*^ later  1 le said th(‘ first blaz(' uas called in about 4 p.m. .it a sing I e - f a m i K t v\ ( > - s t ( > r \ home at 1 Vfi I ong I aj^lc C'lrc ie in C ans on Lake, where t rews found smokc' billowing trom the atti( area alK)ve a bedroom. F irefight ers opened the ( ('iling .is flames extended trom the bedroom through a (.athi* dral ceiling spat(M)\er a li\ -ing r(X)m area to the* garag('. VVnerrv said.  The Uj)|)er floor sustained smoke and water damage while the ground iloor had v\ater damage, VVhi'rrs' said. He said nt*ither iiretighters nor the husband and v\ile living in the house wt'ri' hurt  ( rews ( leared that lirt' about 7 p.m.. Wherry sjid, and w ert' then < al led to another l)laze, tliis time a one-stor\, single-famiIv house at Wh San Martov. Trail. Again, th(‘ lire v\as seen in the attu but this time* crews had walt'r issues bec ause the c iosest lire hydrant was a distant e away, Wht'rry said.  Plus, lie saitl, the nearl\ 30'[)erst)n tt'am was exhaust et I.  "We hatl some issues that all the pt'o[)le t)n this firt' were the ptH)ple on the* prt>-vious fire," Wherry sa iti. "They were all taxed.  "The t)dds were stat ketl against us," he saitl.  Wherry said more t)f tht-second ht)use burned than the first, but the\ put out the flamt's. And again no t)ne was hurt.  "We're b.ippy about tliat," he said.  Market watch  Sept 21, 2011     Dow Jones    -283.82      industrials .|    1,124.84      Nasdaq    ^2.05      composite    2,538,19      Standard &    -35.33      Poor’s 500    1,166.76      Russell    -25.37      2000          664,58      NYSE diary      Advanced:    474      Declined:    2,585      Unchanged;    : 68      Volume:    4:8 b      Nasdaq    diary      Advanced:    438      Declined:    2.126      Unchanged    : 88      Volume;    2.1 b     AP   

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