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At the 2nd Annual Comal County Cowboy Breakfast, local business owners will donate food and time to serve free breakfast; with donations benefitting the Comal County Fair Scholarship Fund and the Sally M Kingsbury Sarcoma Research Foundation.

The fifth annual Texas Fruit Conference is coming to New Braunfels, bringing together commercial and recreational fruit growers from across the state to discuss the challenges and successes of Texas fruit growing.

With meeting rooms names like the Comal, Tejas, and Stammtisch, the newly remodeled building that will officially become “the new City Hall” on Monday, has several nods to the city it will serve.

National Voter Registration Day is next Tuesday, and to help celebrate, the Comal County Elections Office and the League of Women Voters are working together to make sure eligible county residents are registered to vote in the November election.

Antique Farm Show; the Baby Barn Yard; the new Kid Zones; Fair Commercial and Food Vendors; the new HEB Farmers Market; Pig Racing - Ham Bone Express 3; and music by the Spazmatics.

You are hereby invited to the best breakfast in town Friday morning, before the Comal County Fair Parade. The second-annual, Comal County Cowboy Breakfast will be at and is hosted by New Braunfels Farmers Market.

The NBU Main Office and Service Center will be closed to the public from 9 a.m. to 12 noon during the Comal County Fair Parade on Friday, September 23.

Most City of New Braunfels facilities, including City Hall, Parks Administration and the Westside Community Center will be closed on Friday, September 23rd in celebration of Comal County Fair Day.

 Comal ISD continues to produce some of the nation’s top academic performers.

This school year, the district is proud to announce six students were named National Merit Semifinalists.

Workforce Solutions Alamo numbers show unemployment rate dropped again in August. 

A number of City of New Braunfels departments are relocating to the new City Hall Facility at 550 Landa Street on Monday, September 26th. 

The Comal County Fair began Friday, with a BBQ cook-off with more than 100 teams, and a Washer Pitching tournament; both of which continued on Saturday.

Come out to celebrate New Braunfels’ first Dia De Los Muertos Festival on October 29 from 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. at the New Braunfels Farmers Market.

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) notified New Braunfels Independent School District this week that the schools have received a total of 21 Distinction Designations among the 12 eligible campuses with nearly every campus earning at least one Distinction Designation.