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Communities In Schools of South Central Texas recently received a grant award to help support and sustain the CIS Counseling, Health & Human Services for At-Risk Middle-School Youth project - providing early intervention and support services at 10 middle and intermediate schools in Guadalupe and Comal counties.

New Braunfels 4B Board member and Managing Director/Owner of the CoWork Factory, Bob Gray, received the Chair of the Board Award in the field of community betterment at Monday’s Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce meeting.

The Comal County Office of Public Health invites you to an open house at its new location, on Church Hill Drive in New Braunfels from 10am to 2pm this Friday, at 1297 Church Hill Drive.

Coming up on the Fourth of July, join family and friends at Landa Park for the largest Independence Day Celebration in New Braunfels.

New Braunfels Fire, Police, and EMS were called to the 100 block of IH-35 South, early Sunday morning for a two-vehicle crash with injuries.

The Army Corps of Engineers to hand over reduced flood release from Canyon Lake Dam this week.

City Seeks citizens for 29 boards and commissions.

NEW BRAUNFELS CITY ORDINANCE CH.6-55(a). Safety of Animals in Motor Vehicles: No person shall leave any animal in any standing or parked vehicle as to endanger the animal's health or safety when the outside temperature is 85 degrees Fahrenheit or greater for any period of time.

 

Man swept away by swift current of Guadalupe River rescued by NBFD boat crew.

The Comal County Historical Commission has received a $12,000 matching state grant to help three area ranches be recognized in the National Register of Historic Places.  The grant from the Texas Historical Commission allowed the county to contract with Hardy Heck Moore to conduct archaeological and historical research into the ranches, preparing their nominations for the historic register.

NBU crews digging out pipe, split by contractor. Hwy 46W, Hunters Creek, Champions Village, FM1863, and others asked to turn off sprinklers and refrain from using water while crew complete repairs. 

Former Superintendent of Comal ISD, Marc Walker has been indicted and arrested charged with Theft of Property from $20,000 to $100,000; Money Laundering from $20,000 to $100,000; and Misappropriation of fiduciary or financial property between $20,000 to $100,000.  

The 2016 GVTC Charitable Golf Classic beat dollars raised, compared to any of its previous tournaments, by a good drive. The 11th annual event, which benefits The GVTC Foundation, generated $148,449, which surpasses last year’s record amount by almost 10 percent. 

External auditors have given Comal County’s annual financial report what is termed an “unqualified opinion,” meaning a clean bill of health- without exceptions.  The report was presented Thursday to the Comal County Commissioners Court.

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