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(Comal County, Tx)--Although many County services are available outside of the County’s home in New Braunfels, a planned facility will soon give Spring Branch and Bulverde residents better access to local government. KGNB News Director Jessie Slaten spoke with Comal County Judge Sherman Krause after Commissioner’s Court approved the proposal for the Bulverde annex office.

(San Marcos, Tx)--Recovery crews have found the body of an adult male on the bank of the Blanco River in San Marcos, bringing the number of the deceased found in Hays County up to five. The body was found by Texas Task Force One in flood debris near Fox Road in San Marcos. Officials are sending the

(Hays County, Tx)--The City of San Marcos and Hays County are working with disaster relief organizations around the country with two Flood Victims Resource Centers for those impacted by the devastating floods in the area. The centers will include representatives to assist victims with information

Wimberley Flood Victims Resource Center Community Center ( 14068 Ranch Road 12, Wimberley, TX 78676 ) Friday, May 29 & Saturday, May 30 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Southern Baptist Church Church of Latter Day Saints Salvation Army Hays and Capital Area Food Bank Operation Blessing Disaster Relief American

Resolute Health Kicks Off their ‘Healthy Over Hungry’ Cereal Drive today. with a week-long food drive to help keep children fed while school is out. The Healthy Over Hungry cereal drive is a partnership with The Kitchen Table. Resolute Health Director of Community Outreach Jennifer Quackenbush said now is one of the most crucial times for the community to support children in need while schools
(New Braunfels,Tx)--City officials announce that Common Street, from Gruene Road to Loop 337, will be closed today, from 10pm. through Saturday, at 8:00 am. for New Braunfels Utilities work on the Common Street improvement project- weather permitting. Drivers should use an alternate route during this work period. This road closure will facilitate the installation of two new water-service-lines
(Canyon Lake, Tx)--Canyon Lake High junior Duncan Coleman won the Class 4A UIL State Academic Championship for Social Studies, bringing home gold medal; for the second straight year. CLHS principal Corbee Wunderlich {Wonder- lick} called Coleman, an amazing young man. Coleman’s academic coach is CLHS Ap-U.S. and AP-European Hisory teacher Charles Van Houten. “Duncan is an amazing young man,” said
(New Braunfels, Tx)--The Mobile Food Pantry distribution at the Westside Community Center for the first week of June will take place on Tuesday, June 2nd from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. due to a scheduling conflict with the San Antonio Food Bank. Interested individuals and families may pick up a voucher provided by the SAFB to obtain their groceries. Food Panty voucher pick up locations are the New
AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton warned Texans of the risk of fraud and common scams in the wake of severe weather, tornadoes and flooding that began on May 4, 2015, and has continued at least through Memorial Day weekend, impacting communities across the state. “The loss of lives as a result of these deadly storms is a tragedy for our state, and our thoughts and prayers are with the
Councilmember Aja Edwards has opened a page on Facebook; “Unicorns Unite”. The site is a call for volunteers to join in the recovery search for a Class of ’99 New Braunfels High School classmate, 34-year-old Laura Schultz McComb, and others who were lost in the Memorial Day weekend flood in Wimberly. If you go to help, there is a list of items you should wear, or take with you if you plan to go.

FLASH FLOOD WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 415 AM CDT FOR EASTERN LLANO...COMAL...HAYS...BURNET... Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect as well, with cloud to ground lightening. 

...From the National Weather Service

Flooding/Flash Flooding threat continues overnight...Line of strong to severe storms approaching the I-35 corridor...

The NBISD School Board administered the oath-of-office to Board President, James Bettersworth and Vice-President, Sherry Harrison; and voted to renew it’s contract with Communities In Schools;and hire three new Vice-Principals- all in preparation for the next school year.

Possibility of more heavy rain

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