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Hays Free Press
Kyle, Texas
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Page 2A The Hays Free Press (ISSN 1087-9323) published weekly by Barton Publications, Inc., 109 W. Center Street, Kyle, TX 78640. Periodicals post- age paid at Buda, TX 78610 and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Barton Publica- tions, Inc., P.O. Box 339, Buda, TX 78610. ISSN#1087-9323 NEWS TIPS If you think it's news, we probably do too! • Newsroom phone: 512-268-7862 • E-mail: news@haysfree- • Mail: P.O. Box 2530, Kyle, TX 78640 CORRECTIONS Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may ap- pear in the pages of the Hays Free Press will be corrected upon being brought to the at- tention of the publisher. DEADLINES • The deadline for display ad- vertising and any contributed news copy in the Hays Free Press is 5 p.m. Friday the week prior to publication. * The deadline for Letters to the Editor and classified word advertising in the Hays Free Press is noon Monday the week of publication, though we encourage readers and advertisers to observe the Friday deadline. LETTERS GUIDELINES We welcome locally written letters to the editor on timely topics of community inter- est. We ask that you keep them to about 350 words in length and that you not in- dulge in personal attacks on private individuals. Letters may be edited for brevity and clarity. All letters should be signed by the author and include a daytime phone number where the author can be contacted for verifi- cation. Letter writers are lim- ited to one letter per month. Letters can be emailed to HISTORY Founded April 10, 1903 by Thomas Fletcher Harwell as The Kyle News, with offices on the corner of Burleson and Miller Streets in the town's oldest remaining building. It merged into The Hays County Citizen in 1956. The paper consolidated with The Free Press in October, 1978. Dur- ing its more than 100-year history the newspaper has maintained offices at more than a dozen locations in Kyle and Buda. CRIME-STOPPERS Hays County Crimestoppers pays rewards of up to $1,000 for information it receives that leads police to the apprehen- sion of the individuals featured. Do not attempt to arrest or apprehend these individuals yourself. If you have information on their location, please contact Crimestoppers at 1-800-324-8477. WANTED SUSPECTS lill Manaha. * 42-year-old white female, 5 feet 2 inches tall, 110 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. • Wanted for: Fraud - Possession of a controlled substance/prescription, a third degree felony. Warrant #CR05362 • Last known address in Austin Victor Rodriguez • 37-year-old white male, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 228 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. • Wanted for: Aggravated sexual as- sault of a child, a first degree felony. • Last known address in Pipe Creek, Texas Ronald Dusek, It. • 35-year-old white male, 6 feet 2 inches tall, 175 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes, • Wanted for: Obstruction/retaliation, a third degree felony. • Last known address in San Marcus Beverly Bates • 29-year-old black female, 5 feet 5 inches tall, 170 pounds with black haft and brown eyes. • Wanted for: Forgery, a state jail felony. • Last known address in Fort Worth Robert Ne'on • 28-year-old white male, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 195 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. • Wanted for: Possession of controlled substance- cocaine, a state jail felony. • Last known address in Austin Gllberto Bolivar ddles • 27-year-old white male, 5 feet 9 inches tall, 180 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. • Wanted for: Sexual assault of a child (3 counts), second degree felonies; and baU jumping/failure to appear (2 counts). • Last known address in San Marcos ndra Lel]a • 36-year-old white female, 5 feet 6 inches tail, 160 pounds with brown hair and eyes. • Wanted for: Endangering a child, a state jail felony. • Last known address in Austin PEC CONSERYAT Time Maintaining your water heaer will not only save energy but also extend the life o[ the appliance. One way to hdp is to drain the tankoace a year. Draining water from the bottom of tie tank eliminates sediment that may build up ovedJme, reducing heat transfer. .>a..m _,,)x,gs * $9'$15 I nnual co 2 Savings* 167 tbs. • Figures based on average residential member Pedernales {Electric @ 1-888-554- 4/32 l NEWS Hays Free Press * Septerr er 8, 2010 PHOTO BY CYNDY ! Football fever Hays High cheerleader Shelby Bishop and student Travis Hallman open the first H home football game of the 2010 season by running in the school flag. .OVAK-BARTON ys High County burn ban in effect STAFF REPORTS In time for this week's rain storms, the Hays County Com- missioners Court enacted a countywide bum ban effective last Monday, Hays Fire Marshal Mark Chambers said. The bum ban is due to dry- hag conditions and possible high wind days, which could cause serious rims, the Hays County Sheriff's Office says. Under the ban, all outdoor trash and debris buming is re- stricted in the county. Also, ex- treme caution should be used with any required vocational fire source activity, such as welding. Be sure to always have an ample supply of extinguist als for emergencies, Surrounding co under burn bans ir is, Comal, Blanco m The bum ban will r, fect until further n court. For informal: the Hays County Fi Office. Jng materi- aflicials say. reties also :lude Trav- d Caldweli. main in ef- ,tice of the 3n, contact Marshal's Bod00ound in Hays PaCakbPu:U'.45b?d:cnIHd3 SepSp’ Tlle News is still scant on law en- forcement officials' announce- ment late last week that they are investigating a murder that likely took place somewhere in Hays County. Upon stopping a white Ford New Braunfels police !discov- ered a body in the mack's open bed, wrapped in plastic, New Braunfels police Lt. Mike Pen- shorn said. The Hays County Sheriff's Of_ rice has taken over the case and said that he was uns suspects had been would not release i the victim or any ot[ "They're still wol ing to piece everytt er," Thielen said. if the two harged and e name of r details. king it, try- ing togeth-