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Wallace Middle School athlete excels on the track. - Page 1B HEROES FOR Hays Hills Baptist campers help beautify Hope & Love 4 Kids building. - Page 1C Barton Publications, Inc. : ~" ..~ :, '!; ~.. i" ,'," .. ' " .;"~ ~,~ :, ...... ....... .... VOI. 119 NO. 12 Buda, Kyle and Northeast Hays County, TX 75 ..... : ~ PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS Ill Mountain City resident Kym Navarro, as well as many other residents, held signs in protest to an interlocal agreement (ILA) with the e~ of Kyle at Monday s t~n hall meeting. 000 residents say'no' to a BY MOSES LEOS III is that if we're selling would allow Kyle to Kyle Mayor Todd the ETJ, we need to annex Anthem from Webster said his city is negotiate the best deal," Mountain City's ETJ. In pursuing the ILA to "do Mountain City resident turn, Kyle has proposed what's best for the re- Tempers occasion- John Wilson said. "The to provide water and gion." He said avoiding ally flared Monday as way it is now, I wouldn't wastewater services to a wastewater treatment Mountain City residents want anyone to sign the subdivision. Haysplant over the Edwards voiced their thoughts on it. It's a terrible agree- County would provide Aquifer recharge zone an interlocal agreement ment." the materials to givewas also important. He that could allow Kyle to The parties came Mountain City new also informed the crowd annex the Anthem sub- together at the Plum roads, the city isn't forcing division into it's extra Creek Country Club for The ILA, according toMountain City to any territorial jurisdiction, the first open meeting city and county offi-agreement.. Some residents be- among officials from cials, offers alternative "We don't want to lieve the proposed ILA Kyle, Hays County andoptions for the Anthem force Mountain City to between Kyle, Mountain Mountain City. subdivision and devel- anything they don't want City and Hays County It was meant to bridge oper ClarkWilson for to do," Webster said. may not be in Mountain the ongoing discord water and wastewater "Whatever choice you as City's best interest, between Mountain Cityservice, a community make, we'll "This is a sale of ETJ residents and city and The subdivision is one support that." from Mountain City to county officials overof three customers of the City of Kyle. My view the ILA. The agreement Electro Purification (EP). MULTI-P AGRr:EMB IT, 4A Hugs 4 Hope Today June 20 from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Hugs 4 Hope Today will hold an all-ages festival at Down South Railhouse in Kyle. Come out for a fun-filled day of activities, petting zoo, bouncy house, great food, face painting and live music. Hugs 4 Hope Today Community Outreach is a non-profit providing so- cialization, connectedness, community events and resources for families with special needs children. Buda Movies in the Park Buda continues its June movie series with "Mup- pets Most Wanted" at Buda City Park on June 19. Movies begin at dusk. ICE CREII!!! Blue Bell recall has fans looking for next favorite ice cream. - Page 1D COP HD Town Hall Meeting Join members of the Kyle Police Department for an open dialogue about is- sues facing our communi- ty. Takes place from 6:45 p.m. -- 7:45 p.m. June 23 at the Settlement Apart- ment Homes Community Room located at 210 Amberwood Drive South in Kyle. BY MOSES LEOS III an, who has not been identified, was walking her dog when the four dogs attacked them. A Kyle woman suf- The victim said she and feted serious injuries her dog rounded the June 11 after four pit corner onto Cushman bull mixed breed dogs when they spotted the attacked her and her four dogs. The four dog in the Waterleaf dogs quickly ran at Subdivision. them, with the victim The incident hap- saying they attempted pened around 6 a.m. to attack her dog. Thursday in the 100 While she tried to block of Cushman protect her dog by Drive in Kyle. clutching it in her According to a Kyle police report, the wom- DOGS AI"I'ACK, 2A BYKIM HILSENBECK the Kyle 911 dispatch ' :: Kyle police arrested a man early Sunday morning after he allegedly held up two Kyle residents at gunpoint and attempted to flee from law enforcement, according to a statement by Kyle Police Chief Jeff Barnett. DELGADO Jonathan Craig Delgado, 22, of Kyle was apprehend- ed following a vehicle chase by police. Barnett said officers responded to a call from the the area of the 200 block of Goddard at 11:17 plm. Saturday for an armed robbery report. While en route, STAFF REPORT A jury trial is on the horizon for the Kyle teen charged in the 2013 death of Phillip Duran. But a motion filed in the case of Nathaniel Eddleman Monday will push jury selection and a trial to a later date. According to Hays County Criminal Distlict AttorneyWes Mau, the motion was filed as sever- al conflicts came to light. They include the Assis- tant District Attorney and the defense counsel leav- ing the country during advised officers that a Hispanic male wearing: a white shirt and dark pants approached a female victim. "He said he had a weapon and asked for money," the statement said. Barnett said the subject then ran on foot to- ward Stennis. The female victim who spoke with a Kyle police officer said the sus- pect had a small black handgun. A second call came in for armed robbery in the 100 block of Tower. "Dispatch advised the suspect left on foot traveling on New Coun- ARMED ROBBERIES, 2A News ............ 1,2, 4A Best Bets ............ 4C Opinions ............... 3A Business ......... 1, 4D Sports ............... 1-2B Service Directory ...2-3D Education ......... 3-4B Classifieds ............ 2D Community ...... ,.. 1C Public Notices ... 2&4D different periods over the next month. Mau said a judge or- dered a reset of the triM, but a new court date hasn't been set. Eddleman was ar- rested in May 2014, over year after the auto-pe- destrian incidentthat killed Duran as he was running along FM 1626 in Kyle in April 2013. Eddleman was charged with Failure to Stop and Render Aid, which is a third degree felony. He faces up to 10 years in jail and a $10,000 fine if found guilty. ,lll!!l!!!lll!l!l)!!! II1 + *, ii : i~