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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas COMPLETE COMAL COUNTY PREP FOOTBALL REPORT BEGINS ON IB 50o New Braunfels SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 2011 Herald ^Zeitung herald-zeituhg com SERVING NEW BRAUNFELS SINCE 1852 Indictment issued in deadly crash Hamby By Dalondo Moultrie The Herald-Zeitung A Gomal Gounty grand jury recently indiGted a Canyon Lake woman in tonnection with a tar vs. motorcycle crash that resulted in the mi)torcyt list's death late last year; according to court dcx u-mehts. Diana Ly n ne Ha mi)y, 48, was taken to ('orna I ('ounty Prison on Wednesday and released Thursday under $25,()()() bond tor one count of intoxicated manslaughter with a vehicle, a second-degrf‘(' telony. The grand jury handed flown its dec ision Sept. 14, Aci ording to court doc u-ments, grand jurors found Haml)y causecl the death of Anthony C^ortez "by driving said motor vehicle into a motorcycle operat(>d by the said Anthony G)rte7." Hamby was intoxi( ated on or about Dec. 4, and her intoxication IkI her to cause ( ortez's death "by accid('nt or mistake," the documents state. UFE Df THE FAIRLANE PHOTOS An online gallery can be found at herald-zeitung.com Thousands in town tune into parade By Greg Bower 1 he Heraffl Zeitunt} They c ame by the ihou-sands to see Friday's ('omal ( ounty Fair Parade. But some came earlier than others. New Braun-lels residents Krystin C'larza and Miranda Morales were tliere at 1 I: U) p.m. Thursday, staking out a prime |)aradc‘“watching spot in front of the Handy Andy tor their tamily. In th(‘ darkness, they set out See PARADE, 10A FAIR SCHEDULE Today ■ 8 a.m. ^Fairgrounds open ■ 8:30-10:30 a.m;-4-H Food Challenge ■ 11 a.m -1 p.m: - Pizza Eating Contest ■ 10 a m.-noon - Family Zone, 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 Band Sunday ■ Sa.m - Fairgrounds open ■ 8 a.m. arid 2 p.m. - Goat show ■ 11 a:m,-2 p.m. - Corral, Austin Open Mic ■ 1 p'm, - Family Zone, Kiddie Tractor Pull ■ 2 p.m. - CBR Bull Riding Competition ■ 2:30-5 prn. Elton Wetz ■6-10 p.m;,- Mario Flores and the Soda Creek Band PhotQS by t^RA McKENZlE | The Herald Zeitung Braeden Schachl, 12, left, waves to revelers wTiile riding aboard a parade Itoal Friday with fellow junior drovers in the Comal County Fair Parade. More Fair Parade photos on pages 2A and 3A. Showing off raised goats a longtime 4-H tradition By Betty Taylor The Herald-Zeitung Rosie Miner remembers the ag barn at Madison High School in San Antonies and the good experiences afforded her there when she was a student in 4-H. That's why she is so glad her two children — Payton, 1.3, and Mason, 8, Miner h<ive the same op[)ortunities to raise and show animals, thanks to the Comal County Agriculture Extension Barn on Texas Hvvy. 4(>. Payton was one of the first students to raise sheep in the new barn when it opened three years ago. Now, Mason is enjoying liis first year in 4-H. It is the tirst year tor both to show goats. Sunday afternoon is the big day tor them at the Comal County Fair. That is when they will show their goats in the livestock Ari'na. Overall, Payton expc'c ts raising goats to be more diffic ult than raising sheep tor one sf)ecific reason. "Tht'y iiave a lot more [)ersonality than our sheef) did," she said. "I think it will be harder to say goodbye in tebruary." See GOATS, Page 10A Payton Miner, 13, sweeps the pen belonging to her goat, “Sherman," at the small animal project barn on Thursday. ‘No Child’ enforcement headed to scrap heap An extended version of this report can be found at herald-zeitung.com WASHINGTON (AP) Nearly everyone agrees the fix needs fixing. The No Child Left Behind law that was supposed to improve American eiiucation has left schools grumbling at being labeled "failures," state officials fuming and complaints every'wherc' about recjuired testing. But President Bariick Obama's resp()nsc' on Friday — hc-'s allowing states toopt out — is starting anew round of heated arguments. There are (|uestions about whether letting states bypass unpopubr proficietu y standards will help th(> nation's schoolchildriM’i. And, even as states clamor to use the new waiver option, some lawmakc'rs say Obama is inserting politics in what had bet'n a bipartisan ap[)roach to education. At the White House, the [Xt's-i(k‘nt said he was acting only lx'c aus€‘Congress wouldn't. Fie cki ricnT the state of U.S. cxiuca-tion and called the "N(i Child" law — a signature Ic'gacy ot Prc'sident George W. Ikish's president y — an admirable but flawed effort that ended uf) hurting students instead of lu'lp-ingthc'm, O b a m a's a n n () li n c e m e n t could fundametitally aftc'c t the' education of tens of millions of children: A foaragr.iph near the' end ot the flo( ument rc»ads: "The State of Texas herel>y gives notice that it will seek an affirmative fmdingon the issue of the use ot a deadly wea()on in See CRASH.10A Woman charged in scheme Accused of pocketing $200K in pizza money By Dalondo Moultrie I he Herald Zeitunq A Í .inyon l ake woman taces indictments on charg(‘s sh(' stole money trom <1 local businessman, tricking him into signing fraufluU'nt chc'c ks in a man's name and her own, court doc umc'nts staK*. M('lissa ( ameron, U>, is charged witli thc'ft of firop-('rt> aggrc'gatf' V I u e $200,000 or mor(' and scH uring exe-( ution ot ckx -umen Is b\ (i(*c('}>tion in the aggregate value ot $200,000 or more, both felonies in fh(> first degree, ( ameron was detainc'd at ( omal ( ount\ lail and released under $ iO.OOO bond Wednc'sdav. A( c ording to court doc uments, on the thell count Canveron is accused in tht‘ of continually using a scheme from about Sept. 16, 2006 until Ian. il ot this year to steal money totaling $200,0()() or more ovvncHi by B.S.B Pizza Inc., ck)ing business as lOoniino's Pizza and/or by Robert Johnson, spc'c iaf owner. On the second charge, See THEFT,IDA WEATHER, 3B LOGAN SUMMERVILLE LAMAR ELEMENTARY Cameron Sunny and hot Higti; 96 Low 69 p<m —...... 46 Classifieds ___________ JB tomics. ... ______ llA £ro5svvord.§ - _________________UÄ EQÍU!IL_^..... iÄ Oiituariis : . 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