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OCTOBER 22, 1992 IN THE NEWS

KYA 1992 Mustang Cheerleaders are Katie Brizendine, Amanda Coker, Lauren Dedmon, Tricia DuBois, Kacy Ducan, Samantha Ferguson, Valerie Feree, Hailey Golden, Angela Littlejohn, Vanessa Rodriquez, Kelsy Sargent, Alana Swindel, Jamie Thompson, Jennifer Waldrop, Lindsey Logas (Mascot)

US Representative Martin Frost and Texas State Senator Chris Harris spoke to the Kennedale Chamber of Commerce. Frost stated that for the new legislative session of Congress ?everything, except Social Security, would be on the table.? He stated that the national economy would be the number one issue for 1993. He was introduced by Mayor Bill Abbott and Chamber President Leslie Horton.

The 1992 Coming Home Queen was Debbie Biondi. She is a 1972 graduate of Kennedale High School. {{more}}

West Trojans defeated Kennedale Wildcats 44-20. Kennedale players included Bobby Williams, Mike Trammell, Gary Goss, Chris Carter, Jim Burns, Richard Castleberry, Kirby Neal, Mike Cosser and Shane Dunavin.

Mott?s at 111 West Mansfield Hwy offered portraits by Shugart?s Inc. – 30 for $11.99 including a wall photo.

OCTOBER 21, 1982 IN THE NEWS

Featured Kennedale Wildcats are Richard Lopez (Jr) and Terrell Tyner (Jr). Midlothian defeats Kennedale 10-0 scoring all of its points in the 4th quarter. Players mentioned are Billy Deaton and Mike Jenkins.

Kennedale Junior High 8th grade is defeated by Midlothian. Players mentioned are Kevin Pistokache, Shane Fincher, Rodney Bishop, Kenneth Michael, Chris Thomas, Jack Putz and Marty Davis.

O.L. Watson has an ad for his election to County Commissioner.

Russell White escorted Bridget Hodges after her selection as 1992 KYA Homecoming Queen. KYA Mustang Homecoming Queen is Bonnie Jo Anthony, escorted by Steven Scates.

Early morning blaze guts two story house at 4415 Garden Road. Kennedale fireman Richard Hayner said ?We could have saved more of the house if we had the right equipment.?

A back injury to a Kennedale patrolman will leave the city with only three patrolling officers reported Police Chief B.J. Hopper. They will be on 7 day shifts for the immediate future.

The school district may have to consider an 11% tax increase announced J.W. Teague, Superintendent of Schools. He also will ask the Board to draw up plans for additions to James Arthur Elementary to handle increasing enrollments.

The City Council approved final plat for the new Spring Branch Addition subdivision off Bowman Springs Road. Involved in the discussion and decision were Wayne Winters, Doyle Riley and Mayor Steve Radakovich.

The winner of the calf drawing held during the Alvarado game by the KHS Booster Club was Anita Tjerina with the winning ticket sold by Timmy Wells. Danny Hickey won $50 for selling 100 raffle tickets.

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