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Most valuable softball players get their due recognition - Page 1B Former HCISD Trustee lives to tell about plane crash during Vietnam - Page2C era Barton Publications, Inc. Vol. 120 No. 9 Ang Buda, Kyle and Northeast Hays Countyl TX 75 Q l STAFF REPORT Police arrested Eric Hayes, 28, who was booked into A man wanted in the Travis County ]all on connection with the charges of Aggravated armed robbery of a gasRobbery and Possession stationin Buda last week of MarijUana. Hayes is .: was arrested in Austin . being held on $42,000 May 17. " " bond. Acc0rdi g toa city of At approximately Buda press release, Austin 10:40 p.m. May 16, the ,z Buda Police Department area, but were unable Less than 24 hours provided to Austin Police. responded to'an armed to Iocate the suspect,later, the Murphy USA APD determined robbery call at the Officers reviewed the at 710 E. Ben White that the vehicle was Murphy USA Gas Station surveillance video at the Boulevard in Austin was registered to 21 -year- at 1615 Main Street. scene and were able torobbed at roughly 6 a.m. old Erick Lovelace. The suspect, armed identify aWhite Chrysler May 17. Officers later observed "with a knife, demanded300 as the suspect A vehicle description,the suspect vehicle money from the cash vehicle, a possible license which was a white traveling on Deatonhill register, plate number, and a Chrysler 300, and license Officers canvassed the description of the suspect, plate number were BUDA'ARMED ROBBERY, 2A =. ,'" - BY MOSES LEOS III constable Matt Mancillias news@haysfreepress.comHI, whose reelection bid fell short during the March 1 primary. An Election Day rally Ellen and lohnson by Hays County Precinct squared off in Tuesday's No. 5 constable candidate runoff after neither Mitch Johnson candidate received wasn't enough to the majority of the keep candidate vote in the general ]ohn Ellen from election. claiming the seat In the nmoff in Tuesday's runoff for the Pct. 127 election. Republican Ellen won the primary, Rex seat Tuesday with Wiegand defeated 57.48 percent of Damon Fogley by the vote, according I I.I.EN collecting 24 of the to unofficial, final 42 total ballots to election results, clalmthe Seat..; : Ellen, who collected 219 Wiegand held a narrow of the 381 totalballots cast, 8-7 lead after early 9oting led Johnson by a 122-67 results, but pulled away margin after early voting on Election Day by results were released,collecting 59 percent of PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CASS 6ARCIA Johnson rallied on the 27 ballots cast. Members of the dakku Temple, a Central Texas branch of the Saber Guild, a Lucasfilm recognized international lightsaber and Election Day by collecting According to election costuming group, pose for a photo with lightsabers a-glow as they visit a child at a local hospital. You can read more about 95 votes, but was unable results, 1.2 percent of Jakku Temple, the Saber Guild and their philanthropic activities on page 1C. to dose the gap on F_,llen, voters in Hays County, or who garnered 97 votes.2,756 of 217,230 voters, Ellen wins the seat cast ballots in Tuesday's currently held by Pct. 5 runoff. mass some options to council BY SAMANTHA SMITH The adoption of the plan does that might meet the not implement a particular phase future transportation needs of Buda citizens. Action at the May or approach but allows the Options included 17 Buda City Council ' a demand response meeting put into motion conversation to continue with service, a commuter/ the first step toward express, a traditional addressing mass transit Cap Metro for service planning, fixed route and a flex- needs in Buda. route service. Council approved the Buda started adoption of the Capita] presentation by Cap allows the conversation investigating mass Metro/City of Buda Metro, the adoption to continue with Cap transit options in 2014. Transit Development of the plan does not Metro for service The city then partnered Plan (TDP). implement a particularplanning. According to a phase or approach, butCity staff presented BUDA MASS TRANSIT, 4A gyle/Buda VFW Post event they compete at the Memorial Day open Pro Rodeo. It will take place Saturday Members of the Kyle/Buda VFW willand Sunday, May 28 and 29 at the recognize Memorial Day by reading the VFW Arena at 401 Jacobs Well, Road, names of all those in Kyle who served in Wimberley. The rodeo is a fundraiser for the armed forces, along with those who the Wimberley 4-H Club. have passed away. In addition, the post will join a local Boy Scout Troop to place Hays County Central American flags on the graves of those who Commemorative BY MOSES LEOS III served at the Kyie Cemetery in the military, news@haysfreepress.comAppraisal District's The reading of the names will take place at Air Force Open House website, preliminary appraisal notices in Hays ~., 8 a.m. Monday, May 30 at the Kyle/Buda The Commemmorative Air Force's Central Hays County residents County will be sent out VFW Post at 103 S. Front Street in Kyle. Texas Wing will host a Memorial Day wig have to walt until early June 6.Property owners ' Open House at the San Marcos Airport on ]nne before theydiscover will have 30 days from Wimbedey Memorial Day Monday, May 30 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The possible changes in then- when theyreceive their event, which is free of charge, will have the county 2016 appraisal appraisals to fde an Open Pro Rodeo CAF's vintage aircraft on display. The San values. ~' ) Local rodeo enthusiasts take to the Marcos Airport is located at 1807 Airport According to the PROPERTY APPRAISALS, 6A arena in Wimberley this weekend as Drive, San Marcos. .,..A.,.I ............... est et ............ II! l!l!l!!l!llll i -. City of Kyle supports Opinions ............... 3A Business ............ 1D ride sharing programs. Sports ............... 1-2B Service Directory ...2-3D Education ......... 3-4B Classifieds ......... 2-4D - Page 10 Community ...... 1-6C Public Notices ...... 2-4D 7 7 i