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September 05, 2014 Colleyville, TX
by Linda Baker

Colleyville Arrests in August 2014
Note: All Arrestees are considered innocent until convicted in a court of law.
Names in Bold were arrested alcohol or drugs related matters.

THOMAS HARRY OSBORNE, 60, white male of 1820 Maplewood Trail in Colleyville, TX.  Colleville PD - DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED, Possession of Marijuana<2 oz.  Arrested at 4904 Colleyville Boulevard at 11:38 PM on 8/14/14 by Officer John Thompson.  Osborne listed his occupation as Labor for Lone Star. 


ALLISON LEIGH PERKINS, 39, white female of 1322 Regency Court in Southlake, TX.  Colleyville PD - DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED.  Arrested at 6300 Colleyville Boulevard at 1:51 AM on 8/17/14 by Officer Andrew Bray.  Perkins listed her occupation as Creative Writer for Fellowship Church.


ZACHARY ANTHONY GRAZIANO, 24, white male of 4806 Mill Brook Drive in Colleyville, TX.  Colleyville PD - Assault Causes Bodily Injury Family Member.  Arrested at 4806 Mill Brook Drive at 5:19 PM on 8/06/14 by Officer Craig Terrell.  Graziano listed his occupation as Labor for Haagen Plastic.

More Arrests in Colleyville

September 05, 2014 Colleyville, TX
Market Street Launches My RxClub

The United Familyģ of stores today launched
MyRxClub, a new membership pharmacy savings program that allows guests to save money on brand name medications, generic prescriptions and flu shots at all United Supermarkets, Market Street, Albertsons Market and Amigos pharmacy locations in West Texas and Dallas-Fort Worth.  
Grapevine High School Fillies Clinic on September 27, 2014

Grapevine High School Fillies hold their annual Junior Dance Clinic for girls in Kindergarten through ninth grade. The elementary (K-5) clinic will be held at Grapevine Middle School (GMS) from 11:30 AM-3:30 PM cost is $40 per dancer for early registration and $45 at the door. The 6th-9th grade clinic will be held at GMS from 8:30-11:00 AM cost is $30 for early registration or $35 at the door.  Go to
www.ghsfillies.org for more information and to register
 
September 07, 2014
Letters to Editor
I'm afraid Mr. Watson missed my central point which is that Colleyville and its citizens are basically powerless to prevent the commuter train from passing through our fair City.  Train traffic is considered "interstate commerce" and as such it is exclusively regulated by the federal government.
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September 06, 2014

Editor
I moved to Colleyville 4 years ago and my intention now is to purchase an old home on LD Lockett to teardown/rebuild.  Given the potential for a commuter train to pass directly in front of my new home, Iím reluctant to do so.  When I was looking at places to live, Colleyville was such a draw to me due to the oversized lots, mature trees, beautiful homes, & peaceful country feel.
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Editor

In regard to your article about the City Council and the train, it appears the Tex Rail opponents in Colleyville bear an eerie resemblance to the Michael Myers character in the Halloween saga--every time you think the opponents have been blown away they pop up again to wreak havoc.  About five years ago, they were so irritated by the proposed station and train they almost succeeded in getting Colleyville voters to approve a "train tunnel" that would have cost the City and its taxpayers millions.  They finally dropped the tunnel idea when they got the Council to approve a "no station" resolution.  Now it appears rookie Councilman Putnam wants to do a Michael Myers imitation and resurrect the issue all over again.
Keith Staudt
Colleyville
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September 05, 2014 Colleyville, TX
by Linda Baker

Colleyville Crime Reported
for August 2014
8/08/14  Theft of Property at 4612 Westbury Drive in The Lakes of Somerset.  Officer Billy McCullough was advised at 12:32 PM by Tammy Lynn French, 47, that a Nintendo Wii ($300), iPad Mini ($500), G-shock white watch ($122), Hollister gift card (n/a), Ulta gift card (n/a), Michael Kors wallet ($200), gold hoop channel set diamond earrings ($900), white and yellow gold 3 karat diamond bracelet ($2,000), yellow sapphire ring ($700), white gold band with 1/2 karat diamond (n/a), Drivers License, two bottles of medication (n/a) and $540 in cash were stolen.  Detective Chad Bonham is following up the theft. 

8/05/14  Lost Property reported from 55 Main Street #150 in The Spa At The Village.  Officer Micah Hayman was advised by Charla Mae Stringer, 50, of Colleyville that her white gold wedding ring with a large 4 karat diamond on top with rows of diamonds on the sides ($20,000) could not be located. 

More Crime Reported

September 05, 2014 An LNO Exclusive
LITTLE KNOWN FACTS

Exclusive of Local News Only.com - Nelson Thibodeaux
Bravery and Duty 
               Alfred saw the sun glinting off a rifle barrel in a stand of trees.  He knew sniper fire was coming.  He grabbed his commander, Major Donovan, and covered the major's body with his own, even as the sniper's bullets cut Alfred down.  He was mortally wounded, but he didn't die right away.  He was taken to the field hospital, where everyone learned of his incredible bravery and how he saved his commanderís life.

               And as he lay dying he thought of his wife and children back in New York.  He could have stayed home.  He didnít have to enlist.  But that wasn't the kind of man Alfred was.  The United States had just entered World War I, and he felt it was his duty - almost a sacred duty, as he put it - to help make the world safe for democracy.  He was assigned to the 165th infantry, and since he was a college graduate, was made the regimental statistician. 

 
September 05, 2014 Southlake, TX
State Representative Capriglione
Newsletter for September 2014


Texas State Representative, Dist. 91 has published his August newsletter.  Click Here in PDF
September 05, 2014 Colleyville, TX

An Overview of activities at the Colleyville Police Department in PDF

September 05, 2014 Colleyville, TX
Colleyville Women's Club Meeting Focuses on Healthcare
By: Amanda Calongne

The Colleyville Women's Club (CWC) will begin its first meeting for the 2014-2015 year with an educational meeting entitled "Taking Charge of Your Health". Dr. Kevin Wacasey, MD of Colleyville has a unique approach to treating his patients and will share his insights to navigating health insurance, making affordable options and creating truly affective health care. This program will provide information that every consumer needs regardless of age or medical history.

September 05, 2014 Colleyville, TX
Colleyville Lacrosse is offering registration for a Fall Program for youth girls, grades 3rd through 8th. All experience levels welcome.
The Fall season is primarily a development season and is a great opportunity for new players to try the sport.  There is no operating league during the Fall and any tournaments will be optional and at a separate extra cost for participation.  There may be a few organized scrimmages.
 


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