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Friday, July 28, 2006 - The Malakoff News - PAGE 3A season ti Beginning August 21, 2006 at Malakoff High School. The Junior Varsity contests will be office beginning August 21st. you may purchase season tick- pass will save you money if $3.00 for both adults and chil- We have a free Senior Ath- ets at the High School office you attend all events. The price dren. This year there will be letic Pass that may be picked to this year's Malakoff Tiger is $100 for individuals or $150 five home football games, up at the Administration Office football games. These season for a family pass which entitles seven home volleyball games, located at 813 E. Royall Blvd. tickets are for reserved seat- two adults and their immedi- and eight home basketball This year we also have a Dis- ing. The price for season tick- ate family members entrance, games. If you attend only the triet Senior Pass that will be ets just for football is $20. These passes will be good for varsity games it will be a sig- honored at all District away This year we will also be of- general admission seats only. nificant savings, games. fering a Season Athletic Pass. Admission at the gate, for var- the season pass and the We look forward to seeing The pass will enable the holder sity contests, will be $4.00 for season activity pass may be you at the games. GO TI- to enter all the athletic events adults and $3.00 for children, purchased at the High School GERS! missioners alns From Staff Reports something else." pany has added numerous cell adding a fourth cell site in Ath- ATHENS - Henderson Dropped calls seem to be the channels already to accommo- ens, according to Stanley, who County commissioners often main concern with the current date the increased demand also offered cell phone car kits hear other folks' problems dur- service, despite a new 100-foot from county users and all the for each commissioner as well. ing their weekly meeting, but temporary cell tower recently other customers in Henderson "We're prepared to do what- Monday they gave someone placed in the LaRue area. County. ever it takes to keep your busi- else an earful. Pct. 4 Commissioner Jerry "We had about 40,000 users ness," Stanley said. "I'll get our All because they can't hear. West complainedserviceinhis before," Stanley said, "now engineers to drive test the Court members gave Cellu- area was completely nonexist- that the county's with us we're whole county." lar One service representative ent in the New York area. averaging between 60,000 and County Judge David Hol- Scott Stanley two weeks to "The tower in LaRue has 68,000." stein suggested each commis- form a plan of action to reduce helped, but it's going to take a The company has plans tosioner identify trouble spots the cell phone service dead lot more to get anything (in the install a permanent 280-foot within their precincts on a spots within the county. New York area)," West said. tower in the LaRue area in the county map so Stanley would "We had so many issues on After being told general loca- near future, know exactly where to send the east end of the county I fi- tion of different precincts, "I was told the biggest con- engineers. nallyjust gave my Cellular cell Stanley answered, "We'lltweak cern was in LaRue," he told "I don' t think we should do phone back and got me an the tower to get better pick-up court members. "These tow- away with our contract with- Alltel phone," Pct. 3 Commis- in Chandler. People on the west ers are a half to a quarter-mil- out having a secondary plan sioner Ronny Lawrence said. end are getting better?"lion dollars apiece, but we've in place," Holstein said. "But "He promised us service and Pct. 1 Commissioner Joe got one planned, these problems are certainly told us these problems would Hall simply shook his head no. "New towers don't happensomething we need to ad- be fixed if we went with them, "I was under the impression overnight, but it's (thedress. If something is not done but we still have the same things were better," Stanley county's) contract that's allow- in a timely fashion, then we'll problems. I think we ought to said. ing us to add new towers." act, and act accordingly." cut the whole plan and do Stanley explained his com- Future plans also include iceman By Emily G. Lundy Carey James of Malakoff has been on policeman duty for a few weeks in Trinidad, working with the Trinidad Police Department. He has been in the field of law enforcement for eight years, attending the East Texas Police Academy and earning an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice. Originally James lived in Manuta, Colorado. He re- sides in Malakoff with his wife Robin and their three children: Tony--17; Tyler-- 15; and Jordan--12. 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