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(New Braunfels, TX)--New Braunfels Utilities' recently opened Trinity Well-Field is only one of the capital projects NBU has been working on, and continues to work on. NBU has major projects in electric, water supply, and waste-water in their five-year plan, estimated at 252 million-dollars. Here's more from KGNB News Director, Jessie Slaten.

(New Braunfels, TX)--September will see another round of “mini” warrant roundups from the City of New Braunfels Municipal Court. Last year the Court initiated a series of “mini” warrant roundups in an effort to ensure defendants resolved their cases in a timely manner. The focus of the September

(New Braunfels, TX)--City Council will meet Tuesday evening for required notifications on the City’s proposed tax rate and the FY 2015-16 Operating Budget and Plan of Municipal Services. City Manager Robert Camareno will present the second public hearing on the City’s proposed tax rate for 2015,

(Central Texas)--Four counties – Blanco, Caldwell, Guadalupe and Hays – have joined forces to coordinate the long-term recovery efforts from the Memorial Day Weekend flood and storms in conjunction with their affected cities. The recovery is expected to take as long as several years. Emergency

(Comal County, TX)--The Comal ISD Board of Trustees on Thursday heard Chief Financial Officer, David Anderson’s recommendation that the Board maintain the current tax rate of $1.39 when the Board approves the District’s tax rate in September. Last year, the Board reduced the debt service tax rate four cents, preserving the Maintenance and Operations tax rate of $1.04, and lowering the overall tax
(Comal County, TX)--Some of Comal ISD’s unsung heroes received a nice surprise, as the district recognized Substitutes of the Year at the August school board meeting. The 2014-15 Substitutes of the Year received a certificate and were congratulated by superintendent Andrew Kim and members of the school board. Principals at every Comal ISD campus selected a Substitute of the Year based on criteria
(Comal County, TX)--The end of summer-school meant the graduation of four Comal ISD students. CISD officials advise the numbers may have been small, but the impact was huge as four students received their diplomas after summer graduation. Executive Director of Secondary Schools, John Montelongo reports that graduation was a culmination of a lot of hard work for the four graduates. Montelongo adds
(Comal County, TX)--Comal ISD has approved the expenditure of up to 1.2 million-dollars for additional teachers, following higher than expected enrollment numbers in the first three days of school. Jessie Slaten has the report.
(New Braunfels, TX)--They’re at it again. September will see another round of “mini” warrant roundups from the City of New Braunfels Municipal Court. Last year the Court initiated a series of “mini” warrant roundups in an effort to ensure defendants resolved their cases in a timely manner. The focus of the September roundup will be defendants with class C misdemeanor warrants issued by the New
(Comal County, TX)--Comal ISD officials report that their pilot, full-day PreK program is off to a promising start at Timberwood Park Elementary. After spending 13 years teaching kindergarten students in Northside ISD, Rachel Boswell explains that she jumped at the chance to take on a new challenge Comal ISD’s first full-day PreK class. Boswell advises that the social aspect of being around other
Comal Education Foundation president, Colinda Grochett presented the Foundation’s annual report to the Comal ISD Board of Trustees Thursday, explaining that teachers are getting quite competitive and creative when applying for funds. http://www.comalisd.org/pages/Comal_ISD Click on the Education Foundation tab. ​
Just a reminder Tickets are still on sale for the upcoming Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Trade show. Sneak Preview tickets are $40 and must be purchased by September 10th. Doors open at 6pm., with food, drinks, country band Rumor Town, silent auction, photo booth, and grand door prize drawing during the evening event. Day Show tickets are $5 in advance and $8 the day of the Show.
(New Braunfels, TX)--The 2013 Bond set aside 24.5 million dollars for improvements for drainage and flood control, with priority given to five projects. Preliminary Engineering Reports are in on those projects, and KGNB's Jessie Slaten has that story.
(Bulverde, TX)--The City of Bulverde is considering expanding its municipal boundaries, declaring on the official City website, that the annexation of 11 properties with high development potential, will promote responsible growth. The site reports the 11 properties, totaling about 4.8-square-miles, generally consist of large tracts of undeveloped land near the current City Limits. All but three

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