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(New Braunfels, TX)--It's not too late to get tickets to one one the biggest events of the year. Today begins four days of music and wine, food and fun; all benefiting a good cause, right here at home. It's the Gruene Music and wine Festival, and tickets are still available for today's wine tasting. Jessie Slaten has a special report

(New Braunfels, TX)--If you’re looking for information on heart health, Resolute Health Hospital invites you to a free community event called “Be Your Heart’s Hero.” Heart disease continues to be one of the leading causes of death in the United States as well as in Comal County. On Saturday, four

(Canyon Lake, TX)--Canyon Lake High School Army Junior ROTC cadets, last week participated in the first Orienteering Meet of the school year. The meet took place at St. Edwards Park in Austin with 12 high schools and 28 CLHS students competing. At the Orienteering Meet, student cadets compete in an

* Media Announcement From Gary Sinise Foundation* In a small, private ceremony held on Monday, October 5, 2015, double amputee American hero GySgt. Travis Green and his family received a new specially adapted custom Smart Home in Canyon Lake from the Gary Sinise Foundation's R.I.S.E. (Restoring

(New Braunfels, TX)--The New Braunfels TX NARFE Chapter 672 will offer a program about the importance of documentation at their October 27rd meeting. Vivian Kolenda, with IHC Financial Group, will present "Key Documents Every Federal Worker/Retiree Should Have." The group meets at Casa Garcia, 1691 State Hwy 46 West. Dinner is at 6:15, and the program begins at 6:45pm.. The meeting (but not the
The Canyon Lake Area Chamber of Commerce will hold their October Membership Meeting and Mixer on October 27, at the Tye Preston Memorial Library. The Chamber invites members to come out and meet new contacts while enjoying delicious food. Be prepared for Bingo as well. The event is hosted by the Tye Preston Memorial Library, with Dwain W. Blaschke {BLOSH Key}, Attorney-at-Law . That’s October
(New Braunfels, TX)--The Downtown Association (DTA) invites you to take in the sights, sounds, and shops Downtown New Braunfels, while sipping free samples of wine - all while earning a chance to win a grand prize worth over two-thousand-dollars. It’s all this evening, at the 11th Annual New Braunfels Downtown Association Wine Stroll. Downtown businesses will stay open late from 5 – 8:30pm. Drop

A night to honor those who make a difference.

(New Braunfels, Texas )— The New Braunfels Police Department has been awarded a grant of nearly 32-thousand-dollars for a system of body-worn cameras for NBPD officers. The 50% matching grant is part of the Department of Justice’s, Body Camera Pilot Implementation Program, and will be used with matching funds from the City, which were set aside as part of the city’s Fiscal Year 2015-2016 budget.

Rodents of unusual size have taken up residence at the central New Braunfels fire station, so firefighters have moved out.

(Comal County, TX)--The Comal County office of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will host its second annual open house this Saturday; featuring educational workshops, face painting, a petting zoo, free take-home plants for children, and the planting of a tree to commemorate the centennial of the Texas Forest Service. The open house will kick off with the tree-planting at 9:30am. and
(WASHINGTON, DC) — Congressman Lamar Smith will host a fall forum on Tuesday, October 13th, where New Braunfels residents can hear Smith discuss his latest work, and actions he is taking against what he calls “executive branch overreach.” Smith represents the 21st District of Texas. He serves as chairman of the House Science, Space, & Technology Committee, and is a member of the Committee on
(San Marcos, TX)--Johnathan Ivan Alonzo Guia surrendered to authorities at the Hays County Government Center at 3:15 p.m. Oct. 6. He is now in custody at the Hays County Law Enforcement Center. San Marcos police continue the investigation. Guia has a lengthy criminal history, has violent tendencies and was seen with a handgun during the commission of the homicide. Another suspect believed to have
(Comal County, TX)--FROM CISD: Oct. 6, 2015— Chef Mario Perez has won the national 2015 Be-A-Star Award as Chartwells Culinary Leader of the Year. Chartwells is the food service provider for all Comal ISD campuses. As a result, Perez will be honored at Chartwells annual Compass Night of the Stars event in Orlando on October 22. Campus faculty members and students alike have seen Perez’s