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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 25, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas 21 Tuesday, October 25, 2011 | OFor breaking news, sports and traffic - tUHUW U» Wll m*»u»r <«^1    ---------- Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fan at fic« Sign up for e-newsletter bv vfsiting the Herald Zeiting online in » 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. f^riday Gear up for high school football with (ireviews of local games in the Sports section. Saturday The Herald-Zeitung's Faith pages feature local houses of worship every Saturday YOUR DAILY COMMUTE Road work and closures scheduled for this week include: ■    Lee Street at Walnut Avenue is closed for construction ot new roadway lanes. ■    Seguin Avenue between Meusebach and f ast Zink tor construction, closed indefinitely. ■    The intersection of W Mill Street at N Walnut Avenue will be closed until 5 p.m. Nov. 11 to allow for construction of a water line and loadway lane as part of the Walnut Avenue Proiect BECOME AN l-REPORTER ih>z nevr.ôherald Leitung com T'C IN THE AGENDA Upcommg public meetings include: ■    Coma! County Commissioners' Court, 8 15 .1 m Thursday, 199 Mam Plaza, New Braunfels. Agendas: WWW CO comal tx us/agenda.htm ■    Rivei Ad Hoc Committee, 4:30 p.m. fhursday at the McKenna Events Center's Meeting Room A, 801 W San Antonio St ■    Comal ISD Board of Trustees, 6 p iti fhursday at the CISD Support Services Building, 1404 Interstate 35 North New Braunfels Herald vZeitung ¡TO -imm 101 Landa St, New Braunfels, TX 78130 1830)625 9144, tax (830) 625 1224 Published on Saturday, Sunday mornings and weekday inorninqs Tuesday ttirough Friday by the New Braunfels iierald-Zeitung (USPS 377 880), 707 Landa Street, or PO. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas .'8131-1328 Periodical postage paid at New Braunfels, Texas. POSTMASTER- Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, PO Drawer 311328, New Riauntfils, TX 78131 1328 Delivery Subscribers who tiave not received a newspaper by 6 ri m Tuesday through Friday and by 7 a,m Saturday and Sunday can call 18301625-9144, ext 229 Staff directory Doug Toney, Editor and Publisher, Ext 201 doug toneyaJherald /eitung com Shawn Lewis, Managing Editor, Ext 220 WillWnght Assistant Managing Editor, Ext 221 vvwnghru'herald-zeitung.coiTi Chris Hoffman, Sports Editor, Ext 223 i hotfman a herald /eitung.corii Kate Thomas, Copy Eilitor, Ext 222 htliomas i-iherald-/eitung.coin Greg Bowen, Staff writer. Ext 225 i|l)owenaherald-/eitung,com Daiondo Moultrie, Staff writer Ext 224 dmoultrie.aherald-/eitung.coin Uura McKenzie, Photographer, Ext 227 wwrighPflherald-/eitung.coni Shannon Myers, Advertising Director, Ext 208 smyerS'«herald-/ Jeff Fowler, Circulation Director, Ext 228 )fowler'd'herald-?eitung.corii Roste Willingham, Business Manager, Ext 202 iwillingham#herald/ Henry Coello, Production Director; (8301625 5232 hcoelloosherald /eitung com IMPORTANT NUMBERS Classified advertising, call 625-9144, ext 207, display advertising, call 625-9144, ext 208, obituaries, weddings, engagement, anniversanes, call 625-9144, ext. 214 ■ ■    sportS';®herald-/ ■    planner«Sheraid-/ ■    ietterswherald-zeitung.corn ■    [email protected] ■    [email protected],com ■    [email protected] Partnership forms to protect river From staff reports f organi/.itions ofX'rating in tinfl around the Guadakipi' River B.isin rctently tornK'fl <i loiir-way [)artni'rshi(i to protiH I wrtlaiifls anrl wildliii' in the ( iuadalu(K‘ River syst('ni. Th(> partnership in< hides the (iuaflalup('*Blan( o Rivc'r Triisl (( iBR Trust), the (iti.Hlalupc' Blan< o River Authority i(iBRA), the San Antonio Bay foundation (SABAY) and Our ks Unlimiti'd (DU). Th(' .i^r('('ni('nt was (onceivc'd in 20()‘), when Dr. Todd H. VotU’ler, representing both the CiBRA and lh(' GBR Trust, met with f)r. Scot! Yai( h, dire( tor of conservation optTations for DU at Ducks Unlimit* (‘d's national hi'ad(|uarters in Memphis, Tenn. The [)urfK)se of the dist iission was to f)egin exploring a formal relationship regarding cooperative const rvation f)roi-etts in the ('iuadalu[)e Riv( r Basin. ( alhoun anrl Refugio (ounties have h('en identified as priority wetlanrls con S('rvation areas in the North American Waterfowl ('onsc'rvation Plan, a plan that has Ix'en a major foe us of DU's (onserva tion efforts. After the initial meeting, additional steps were taken to explore a formal working relationshif), including contacts between DU and the GBRA Board, and the addition of Dr. Todd Merendino, Ph.f^., DU's Texas manager for consc'rvation programs, to the GBR Trust Board The goal is to establish a framework Ix'twc'en the participants to facilitate C(K>p-erative efforts in the conservation of important natural resource's of mutual concern associated with the Guadalupe Rivc'r system through the c'stablishment of a formal relationship. ONLINK PHOTO GALLKliY LAUFVVMcKENZIE;Herald ZeituHQ Paiton Carter, 3, works on a tall cratt project Thursday at New Braunfels Public Library. You can purchase this and other photos — many of which didn’t appear in the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung's print edition — at herald* Scan the QR code at the right to view more photos Of visit tji! ly/nBPauF online Pro-ban residents find signs stolen, trees TP’d By IDalorKlo Mouttrie fh« HoipJil-.'tiitunQ TrcM's wert' loiled p.tpered and pollili al ‘'ii^ns stolc'n at live homes I rida\ (<r S<iUird<ì\ in .i \t'u l^r.iuntcK neighborhood, ,1 polu (' sp{)k(“^m,l[ì s,)i(l. ìhc    wrrc' lot sLi[)porl ot New Braunh'K ( it\ ( oun ( il's h.iii on (lisposal)lc lo(hI .ind l)c\(‘ri)g(‘ ( onlaiiicis on ihc c itv's riMTs, s.ud III lealh Purvisol New Brauiilf'js PoIm c I X'DarliìKMtt. Ihe < rinnnal mis ( hi(>I .ind thc'lts were rc'pork'd in ihcOak Run subdivision on lh(* (itv's northwest side*. I’oIk c‘ r('( CMverl the* first ( all .ibout 7:^”) .i.m, S.)turda\ in lh(‘ lOO bloc k ol I nc hanU'd ()ak, Purv is said, A t('sid(Mi! s.iid sornc'bodv stok' her "vote for the* b,m" sign Ironi the' tront \ard and )aper in the . I fc' said the unroilc'd toilc't trcM's, Purvis saie vu lini did not havt* a prec ise tini(“, but said it happc'nc'd ovc'r night, ffc* said tiu' same' offi-( er then rc'sponded to the' 200 bloc k ot Preston I lollow, w here' the same sort ol signs wc’re stolc'n and p.ipc'r was in thc> tri'c's. Tli(‘ ()ttic ei notic c‘d si'vc'r-a! addrcssc’s in the* ate.i had toiic't [),ipc'r in llu' trees and c ontac tc‘cl residents. Polict' rec C'ived two more similar reports in ihc- 200 block ot Prc’ston I k)llo\\ and one in thc‘ laOO block ol Oak (.Ic'n, Purvis said. NBPD gets 5 unauthorized use of vehicles reports By DalofKk} Moultrie IheHeiald Zeitunq Nc‘W Bratinlc'ls Police Dc'partment oliicc'rs rc'spond-ed to ill least live* rc'ports ol unauthori/c'd use' ol a vc'hu le over th<‘ wc'c'kc'iid. One ol the ( asc‘s rc'sultc'd in a tec'n.igc'r being .irrc'sK'd attc'r I .iusing a sport utilitx’ vehic Ic* to ( rash into a c ar, NBPD 11. I fc'alh Purvis said. luan Martin Arrc'giiiii, IH, ol Nc'w Brauntc’ls, was ( hargc'd with utiiiuthori/c'cl use ot a vehic k', burglary ol a ve'hic k' and possc'ssion ot drug [).)ra phernalia. Purvis said police tound in Arrc'guin's pockets a (jPS dc'vicc' rc'portc'dly stok'n trom a pickup truck and smoking pipc's. Polu c' wc're c allc'd about ‘i:2S p.m. Iriday to the 5‘H)() block ot C herokc'c' Bouk'v.ird lor a vehic le burglary in progrc'ss, Purvis said. I Ic’ said a residc'nt on the“ block saw th(' inte-rior light on in his true k and invc'stigalt'd. Th(> man said he saw a neighbor's sport utilit\' vehi( le rolling out ol tlic' drivc'way, but the' c'nginc' had not bc'en st.irl-c'cl, Purvis s.iicl. The' SUV hit a parkt'd ear. Arrc'guin got out ol the* SUV and inspc*ctecl the* damage* it did to the* c ar, and that's whc*n the* truck ownc'r spoke* to Arrc'guin, Purvis said. Me s.iid the* te'c*n ran away. Police learne'd that a CiPS cic'vice* W.1S sfolc'n from the SUV and they invc'stigatecl. Otfieers talkc'd to a group of juveniles in the arc*a, Purvis said. While* trying to confirm intormatioii the juvc*nik*s gave polic e, offic ers had one of the youths take* the*m to speak with that juvenile's mother. ()tfice'rs found Arreguin, who tit the description of the attc*mpte*cl vehicle* thief, in the same house as the mother, Purvis said. He said Arrt'guin be'gan to ac t sus[)ic ious as police talked to him, which k'.id .in oftieer lo pat his poe k-e*ts. Offiee*rs found the pipe's and ( iPS device, Purvis said. 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Call us today to guarantee your appointment! 1324 Common St., Suite 303 in New Braunfels ^ 830-515-4416 About 7:10 ,i.m., oltic e*rs le*<irnc‘d a pic kup true k was stolen be'twc'en about p.m. Ihursclax .ind (r. U) a.m. ( riday from a (^u.ilitv Inn ()arking lot in the I SOI) bloc k ot lnte*rstate T) North. About ‘>:2S .i.m., otiic ers we*nt to the Supc*r 8 mote*l in the 500 block ol Highway 4() Se)uth lor a report of a rc'ntc'd ear stolc*n tremi the* parking lot bc'twe'en about (> p.m. Thursday and ‘>:1 S a.m. Iriday. About ‘):45 a.m., a e om-plainant at the (.Quality Inn in the 1500 block of I-.55 North said somc'one dam.igecl the* driver's side door loe k to c'nter a pickuj) truck, and onec* inside, the i)erson removed plastic trom the* steering column in an .ipparent attempt lo stc'.il the truck between a!)out () ¡).m. Thursday and ‘);40 a.m. Friday. And about I I : iO a.m., ,i man walke'd into polic c* heael-c]uarters and re ported that he re^'trieved his pickup true k from San Antonio, Purvis said. Ik* said a San Antonio Pe)lie e De'partnu'nt dc*te'ctive contaet-c'd the man and nc)tiiic*d him that his car was .it,) hos[)i-tal in that c ity. Purvis said the man reported the true k had bc'en stolen from the 2200 block of l ast Common Sfrc'c't in Nc*w Braunfels. HEARING AID CENJEffs Downtown Halloween Spooktacular Thc' ( Ity of N(*w Braunfels M.iin Slrc'et Program and the* Onvntown Association will    Mlllll.lll host its Downtown Hallowe'en Spooktacular fre)m ^() p.m. ()e f. } 1. Ihis event ine ludc's sale trick e>r tre'at-ing from downtown businc'sses, fre'e photos Staff reports k)r the* first 200 c hildrc'n in costume' and e e)stume* c ontc'sts in the* tolknving c ate*gorie*s; Agc>s 0- 5, 4-7, 8-1 I <ind Bc'st [•amilv/Ciroup. This c'vent is eone entrât-c'd .ilong W, Antonio Strc'c't, where' the stre'e*t will be e losc'd trom .M.iin Pla/.i te) I iill. Additional trie k or tre*ating is available* on Se'guin ,tnd ( ast(*ll avenue's. The* Downtown Hallowe'en Spookt.u ular is a family fric'ndly e'vc'nt that is trc'c* and opc*n to the public . for intormation, contac t Me)nie|ue‘ Ve>rnon at (8 50) 221 40<n or em.iil mvc'rnoni''nbte* Castro to meet with Texas State students The* Unive*rsity Dc-moc -rats .it Tc*xas State* will be hosting State* Rc*prc‘senla-tive le)ac|uiii ( astro d)-125) tre)m noe in to 2 p.m. Thursdav. ( astro will be mec'ting with stuek*nls, .is well as giving inlorm.ition on his c ampaign lor the U.S. House* of Rc'prc'sent.itive's. ( astro will be in the cjuad .iroiind noon, and will remain tor an hour bc'torc* having lune h with studc'nts at thc‘ ne*w I yn-ek)n's U Club in the* Student ( e*ntc*r. 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