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New Braunfels Fire, EMS, and Police were dispatched to a possible structure fire yesterday evening on Pheasant Lane. As fire crews returned to service, Battalion Chief Darren Brinkkoeter tells KGNB the good news about the call...

Comal County is recognizing October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and two recent cases investigated by the New Braunfels Police Department, may give us a look into why a month-long recognition is needed.

Marzena Marroquin of New Braunfels was recently awarded Howard Payne University New Braunfels Center's, J. Mart Findlater Scholarship. The scholarship is the first to be presented by HPU in New Braunfels, and provides $2,700 per semester.

The New Braunfels ISD Board of Trustees recently voted to begin the formation of a new Facilities Planning Committee (FPC) to develop a facilities plan for both current and future district facilities.

The deadline for Parade Entry Forms and Release Statements for the Marion High School 2016 Homecoming Parade are due Monday October 10th.

Join the Hunger Hero team at WCC’s mobile food pantry. Help distribute food to families near you and make a difference in your community! Every 1st and 3rd Friday October-December Volunteer Check-in: 11:45am; Distribution:1-2:30pm.

New Braunfels will be celebrating the Arts throughout October, with “Fall Into Art;” with an event for every day of the month.

Three Canyon High students – seniors Kelsey Kistner, Katherine Everett and sophomore Raistlynn Cobb – competed at the Junior Classical League National Competition over the summer on the Indiana University campus.

With autumn rapidly approaching, the time is now for Comal County residents to protect themselves against the flu; vaccines are now available at the county’s Public Health Office.

Three New Braunfels family members leaving the Comal County Fair Sunday night were struck by a truck, sending two victims to the hospital with possible life threatening injuries. 

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.

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