New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 1, 2011, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 01, 2011

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas For braaking news, sporti and traffic fs!!w U! on Tvwnur Become a New Braunfels Herald Zattung F8cebookfanatfacabook.com Sign up for e-newsletter by visrting the Herald-Zeiting online herald-z9itufH|.com► COMING UP IN THE H-Z Wednesday Clip out delicious recipes published on the Herald-Zeitung's At Home page. Thursday Looking for something to do? Check out the Weekend page to see what's happening Gear up for high school football with previews of local games m the Sports section. Saturday Complete coverage of WuTstfest 2011's opening ceremonies in New Braunfels ► YOUR DAILY COMMUTE Road work and closures scheduled for this week include: ■    Seguin Avenue between Meiisebach and East Zink for construction, closed indefinite" 'V ■    I hp intersection of West Mill Street at Nortti Walnut Avenue will be closed from 8 a m 5 p m through Nov 11 to allow for construction of a water line and roadway lane as part of the Walnut Avenue Pro|ect ■    The mtersertion of South Walnut Avenue and Flliot Knox Boulevard will he closed until 6 a m Wednesday for installation of water lines as part of the Walnut Avenue Project Th(! closures are in for night work only 8FC0ME AN l-REPORTER ih-z içi'unQ com > IVHAl S OIMTHE AGENDA Public meetings scheduled next week include; Upcommg public meetings include; ■    Parks and f^ecreation Advisory Board, 6 p.m today at Lands Haus Agenda posted online at VWAV nbtexas org ■    NBISD Board of Trustees Team Building Workshop, 6 p in today at 430 St New Braunfels Herald uZehung HERAlO ZEITUNG.iOM ;07 Laiula St, New Braunfels, TX 78130 (830)625-9144 fax (8301625 1224 Piihlished on Saturday, Sunday mornings and weekday ninrmnqs Tuesday througti f nday t)y ttie New Braunfels Heratd Zeitung lUSPS 377 880), 707 t anda Street, of PO Diflvvpr 311328 New Braunfels, Cocnal County, Texas 78131 1328, Periodical postage paid at New Braunfels, Texas PnSrMASTFSend address changes to the New Braunfels Heraid Zeitung PU Drawer 311328. New Braunfels, TX 78131 1328 Deliverv SiiliSi ribers wlio have not received a newspaper by 6 a ni luesday through Friday and by 7 a ni Saturday and Sunday can call (8301625-9144, ext 229 Staff directory Doug Toney, Editor and Publisher, Fxt 201 doug toney'aiherald-/eitung com Shawn Lewis, Managing Editor, Ext 220 slewisahera1d-7eiturig.Gom Will Wnght Assistant Managing Editor, Ext 221 wv>inghra:tverald-/eitung com Chns Hoffinan, Sports Editor, Ext 223 choffmaii'Siheratd'/eitung com Kate Thomas Co(iy Edttor, Ext 222 kthomasii'heTald /eitung com Greg Bowen, Staff writer. Ext 225 ghowen cilverald/eitung com Dalondo Moultrie Staff writer. Ext 224 dmoultrm>d?heraid /eitung. com Laura McKen/ie Photograplier, Ext 227 wwrighrtfherald /eitung com Shannon Myers Advertising Director, Ext 208 smyers'a'herald /eitung com Jeff Fowler, Circulation Director, Ext 228 )fowleraherald-/eitung,coin Rosie Willingham Business Manager. Ext 202 iwilliiiqhaniWheratd-zeifung com Henry Coello, Productiott Director, 1830) 625’5232 hcof'tloffherald /eitung com IMPORTANT NUMBERS Classified advertising, call 625 9144, ext 207, display advertising, call 625 9144, ext 208; obituaries, weddings, engagement, anmversanes, call 625 9144, ext 214 ■    newstilheraid /eitung.com ■    sponsi^herald /eitung.com ■    [email protected] com ■    let1ers@herald-/eitung.com ■    classifieds<§iherald zeitung com ■    a d verti singiiih erald -ze it u n g c om ■    c I rc u I a [email protected] le rald-ze itu ng, com Christus HomeCare > NB lauded From staff reports ( hristus flomei art' - New Br.iiint'ols h.is been n.imed to thc' 2011 MomK are* Flitc, ,1 c()ni[iilcition ot tho fop'fK'rtorming hontt' heaifh .igent i('s in tht* (Initfd Sfatt's Now in its sixth ytMr, ihc Horti(’( art' i lit(’ iflentitiis the to ) 2.S ()er( cnt of agi^n- ti(‘s and îurthiY high ights the lop 1 (K) and top >{)() agiMìcies overall. Winnt'rs are ranked b\ an anaKsis ot pf'rtormantx’ m(MMiri‘s in (|ualit\ outçonK's, proi css of c ar(‘ ni(\ïsiir<s, and tìnani ial [K'fformani e. "It IS inc reasingK { halk'ngirTg to manag«' the ( ( )st (jiialif\‘ (H|u<ili( >n. Hir 2011 I li )rnt'- Care riif(' winners demonstrate a Gommit-ment to providing pati('nts with the lx‘st |X)ssil)le c are while managing their husint'ss etticiently and ('ftectivel^ " said Amanda Tvviss, ( to ot C )CS and My InrK'rView. (X S and M\' lnrK'rViewemfK)wer t lients ,ind p.irtners thriiiighout the entire [lost-aciJti' (ontinuuni of ( are, ihc luding home health, hospi( e, skilled nursing, assist(*d living, and mori'. TIk' (ompany offers mar-ket-li'ading survey solutions, predi( tive f(H)ls, data analytics, Cjuaiity anri outtomes r('fx)rfing, fin.uK ial insights, and the nation's largest (omp.irative datahas('s. "This year, we updat('d methodology to reflect industry f(K us and, on this rigorous analysis, we congratul«vfe (ilRIS-TUS Hornet are - Nrn Braunfelson f>eing on(' of the t(>p homecare agencies in th(' ( ountry," Tvviss said. { HRISTUS HomeC'are - New Braunfels (redits fjuality ()Ut( on-fe andfwtient satisf^c -lion with the company's ability' to rank as (>ne of the HomeC arc’Elite, "Making the Homc< arc* Hite list dc'mon-strate>s th(' dc>dication ckir t'niplcmHN have for high f|Uality |)ati('tit car('," manager Polly Burch s<iid. COMAl, MVIN(; Submitiwi pfioti) ABOVE: Comal ISD stiiiients were in a festive mood on Monday. At Bill Brown Elementary, students dressed up like their favorite book characters From left are Delaney Martin. Jess Whitehead, Wnlyn Shippey, Whitney Wtiitehead. Carleiqh Dickson. Bennett Cote and kinderqarten teacher Crystal Harred. BELOW: At Kinder Ranch Elementary: more than 80 students entered a library contest m which they decorated pumpkins like their favorite book character Librarian Kelly McDaniel then helped the students display their color ful creations on top ot bookshelves for everyone at tlie brand new campus to admire. From left are Madelyn Bartek Damita Mendo/a. Breylyn Burke. Alex McArthur, ('.oiirtney Pabis and Amelia Pimenta NBU Electric crews installing Plaza lights ArcM drivc'rs may exf)eri en( e delays in downtow n New Braunfels tor several d.iys as NBl J Flt'c trie crc'vvs work to get the lights hung in and around the* I’l.vza prior to the' Downtown Trc'i' lighting (('remony sched-ul('d lor Nov. 18. Iraffic around the I’la/.i will be rc‘(lu( C'd to one lan(' while' the work is being pt'r-formed. The (losure is nc'< -essary to maneuver ('Cjuip-ment and t'nsure the satet\ ot ( rews working in the are.i, as wi'll as to expedite the proji'c t. Drivers are ask('d to slow down anrl use caution in this ,)rt*a. lh(' c rews will be working ea( h da\ irom 8 a.m. to 2:M) p.m. throughout the ueek and early into next wc'ek I )rivers who tv p I K .illv ac c c'ss tlie Pla/a might w.int to s(>ek an alternate route during thi^ timc' to a\oid dela\ s. NBU crews will Im' working to (omplt'le the proj(‘( I I as (|ui( kK as possible and I minimi/e any me onveii-I leiu to area rc‘sid(M’)ts. l or intonnalion, t all '8 iO) f)()8 88”! COIillKC'l'lONS ( )n Sundxiv's Page (>A undf'r th«’ hc'ading "Di\t)rces," a c It'fu ,)1 error lisK'd Lisii Ann Ke.id and Brian Scott Rc'ad as bc'ing di\ort C'd. IIk' Kc'ads are not diAOK C'd. Ihe New Braun tels Hc‘rald-/c‘ifLing regrets th(' error. • • • • • On Sunday’s Page f)A. under th(‘ heading "Divorces,'' the divorcc' ol Stirling Vaughn I’ac k and IniiK Pack was listed, The couple's divorce .u tualK w.is linali/c'd in JlH)8. The New Braunfc'Is Heralcb Zc'itung rc'gri'ts th(> c'rror. No one injured in three-vehide crash Monday a.m. on FM 306 By Dalondo Moultrie The Herald-Zeitung A (hain-reac tion three-vc'hi-c le (rash Monday morning on Farm-to-Mtirkel Road MX) in ('omal County ended with one vehi( le on its side but no injuric's, said a troopc'r with the Texas Departmenl of Public Salc'iv. Trooper Rod Lleverino at the DPS in New Braunfels said thr('(' drivc-rs and one passenger W'i're involve'd, and no c>ne was liurt. "I MS ( h(‘( kc'd out c'vc'rv- IxxIn," he* said. "1 verybod)' was good." ( ai)t. Patrick O'Connell of New Braunlels Fir(' Dc'partment said th(' (rash happenc'd about 7:^)0 a.m. Monday in the* .vOO bloc k ot I M V0() near the ( ountr\ I states subdivision. The (all c ame in as a rollover ae ( ic|e*nt blo( king trattic, ()'( onneTI said He said tire dc'partme-nl [X'r-soiiiu'l lett the scene about a.m. I levc'tino said a sport utility v(‘hu Ic' fcU ing wc'st W'aited to turn left onto Texas (ountrv Drive. A pickup tru< k driver was distracted and c r.ishf'd into the rear of the* SUV, he* said, The impact pushc'd the' SUV into the left lane and an evist' bound van collided with the' SUV, he* said. The van rolled onto its right side stopping in the eastbound lane ol the inte'i se'ction and the* SUV sto[)|)CHl in the middle, l)oth bloc king tr.it tic, Lle'vc'rino said. Th(' SUV w<is the only vehi (le carrying more than one' OCX u[)ant, Uc'verino said. Market watch Oct 31 . 2011 Dow Jones -276.10 industrials 11,955 01 Nasdaq -62.75 composite 2,684 41 Standard & -31.78 Poor's 500 1,253 30 Russelt -19.94 2000 741 06 NYSE diary Advanced: L 559 Declined: 2,485 Unchanged: 90 Volume; 4 2 b Nasdaq diary Advanced : 552 Declined: 2,001 Unchanged; 97 VoliKTie; 1.7 b AP New Braunfels, Texas • Nov. 4 - 13th FEST See you at the Wurstfest! 1-800-221-4369 www.wurstfest.com [email protected] WursTicket Bring this coupon and get one FREE admission    ^ ^ with one paid admission!    ^ Valid Nov. 6-9,2011 only! Kids 12 & under Free    ^ Alzheimer’s Support Groups 'deriHill O M r/ i J I T I F * As a leading prDviiler ol carc and stipptjri tor individuals with Alzlicinicf’s discase and their caregivers, f AlenHill (.’onvnmnitics offers a teahv ul experts tu discuss Ahheimer’s diseaise and atiswer questions. Alzheimer’s Support Group EdenHill Communities - Friendship Room Wednesday, Nov. 2, T2 pm~ 1 pm For more information, please call (830) 625-6291^ 631 Lakevtew Boulevard, New Braunfels {www.8dcnhiii.org Texas Physical Therapy Specialists! Ntrnm Uemmh « gewest Visits • Best Results Onliopaedic/Sporis Rehab Maiviial Therapy Aquatic/Healed Pool Hand Rehab & EMO/IMCS lestiiig Services Andrew Rennet, PI l im l.ybarger, PI Vimee Anthony, PI AKIA Boartl CVriitieci Fellowship it.tineU New Braunfel.s - (830) 625-7310 www.TexPT.S.cnm ;

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