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NEW BRAUNFELS—An electric outage has been scheduled for Thursday, January 11 in order for NBU Electric crews to make upgrades to equipment in the Preiss Heights neighborhood. The outage will affect customers on Ervenberg Avenue, Edwards Boulevard, and Mary Preiss Drive. The project is expected to get underway at 9 a.m. and be completed by 1 p.m. Crews will be transferring distribution lines to

NBU Electric crews to begin removal of Plaza Christmas lights NEW BRAUNFELS—Area drivers may experience added delays in downtown New Braunfels Through Wednesday as NBU Electric crews work to take down the Christmas lights hung in and around the Downtown Plaza. “The City of New Braunfels’ sidewalk

Solid Waste Centers Now Accept Electronics for Recycling Hays County Courthouse, San Marcos, TX – With the start of the New Year, Hays County residents can now drop off many types of non-working or unwanted electronic devices for recycling at the County’s two Recycling/Solid Waste Centers at no

Time: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Address: Landa Recreation Center 164 Landa Park Drive Cost: $15 per child and activities include board games, arts and crafts, sports and creative play. To register your kids for the fun, call the Landa Recreation Center at 830-221-4370 or visit our online registration site

The City of San Marcos will host its monthly brushy waste drop-off for residential garbage and recycling service customers on Saturday, Jan. 13 from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Take the San Marcos Animal Shelter entrance at 750 River Road and following the signs. Green waste that will be accepted includes trees or brush trimmings, leaves and grass clippings. Brush containing barbed wire or other metals will
The San Marcos Main Street Program has kicked off their Love Downtown Campaign by opening the Valentines Mailbox in Kissing Alley. Now through Feb. 14, they will be accepting letters to be marked and sent from Kissing Alley in honor of Valentine's Day. Residents and visitors can drop Valentine's Day letters and cards, stamped and addressed to their valentine, in the mailbox in Kissing Alley at
NEW BRAUNFELS — Applications are open for Comal County’s sixth annual University of County Government, an award-winning, free 10-week course that introduces attendees to the role and function of county government.. The classes occur each Tuesday from 6-9 p.m., starting March 13 and ending with graduation May 15 and recognition at the subsequent Commissioners Court meeting, May 17. All county
I-10 – Fair Oaks Ranch Current until Friday, January 26. Westbound frontage road at Old Fredericksburg Road. All lanes will close while crews replace drain structures. Traffic will follow the signed detour route, including a temporary route under the new overpass at Old Fredericksburg, to reach its destination. Monday, January 5 at 9 p.m. until Saturday, January 6 at 6 p.m. Main lanes, both
Canyon Athletic Booster Club is holding their Booster Bash on Jan 20th. It will be a fun-filled evening with a steak dinner, casino fun and live/silent auctions. All proceeds help fund the Canyon athletic scholarship program and athletic equipment needs beyond the district budget. Tickets are available for purchase in the CHS Athletic office during school hours. If you are also interested in
NEW BRAUNFELS—The holidays and cold weather will have an impact long after this week! The electricity used during November, December, and the first of January will be showing up in higher bills for the next several months. “The last few days of December and the first few days of January were significant cold weather events for New Braunfels,” NBU Public Affairs Manager Gretchen Reuwer explains. “
The City of San Marcos Main Street Program Advisory Board will host Cottage Kitchen on Friday, Jan. 12, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 400 E. Hopkins. Meal tickets will be sold at the door for $8, which includes the full entrée, tea, side salad, and dessert. The meal will be chicken and dumplings featuring the legendary Main Street biscuits, which have been a tradition at Sights and Sounds of
The City of San Marcos is seeking to fill more than 20 City boards and commissions with dedicated volunteers from throughout the community. Citizens may fill out volunteer interest forms and send them to the City Clerk’s office by Wednesday, January 31 to be considered for appointment. The volunteer forms are available at the and may be filled out and
Hays County, as well as the rest of Central Texas, is seeing an uptick in the number of positive flu cases when compared to last year. Typically, flu season is not in full swing until January and February, but Flu season has hit early this year. Last year, we had 15 residents that tested positive for Influenza in December, but as of today, December of 2017 has already seen 244 Hays County
Get outside and play together with our guided activities. Have fun in nature through exploration, games or crafts. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Space is limited; pre-registration is required. Date: January 13, 2018 Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Address: Fischer Park Nature Education Center Cost: Free Family Event REGISTER ONLINE AT