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(New Braunfels, TX)--New Braunfels may soon join the short list of cities in Texas to ban the use of electronic devices (including cell phones), while driving. KGNB’s Jessie Slaten has that story from last night’s City Council meeting.

(New Braunfels, TX)--New Braunfels residents need to ready themselves for a possible cell phone ban; another Council discussion on golf cart use on certain City streets (including whether driving golf carts on Landa Street and Seguin Avenue is legal); the start of demolition work at the old

(New Braunfels, TX)--After five weeks with no watering restrictions, Stage One restrictions will go back into effect in New Braunfels today. This means that the use of sprinklers and irrigation systems will only be allowed one day per week on your assigned day, before 10am. or after 8pm. You can

New Braunfels ISD will be asking residents to approve a 62.8-million-dollar bond this November. The NBISD Board of Trustees voted to send that bond package to voters at Monday’s regular meeting. The vote was unanimous.

Wage laws and workplace safety protections among topics for discussion

(AUSTIN, Texas) – The State/FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in Wimberley will relocate on Thursday, July 30th as they continue to serve those who sustained damage from the severe storms, tornadoes and looding from May 4 to June 22. Specialists from the State of Texas, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), nongovernmental organizations,
(Comal County, TX)--Area hay producers need to enter their hay samples for the Comal County Fair Hay Show by August 17th for the 2015 Fair. Hay producers in Comal and surrounding counties are encouraged to participate, with Hay Show Chairman, Glenn Avriett announcing an additional prize for this year’s winner. New Braunfels Producer’s Coop and American Plant Food will donate one ton of 21-0-0
( Fort Worth, Texas) – The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) Operation Cow Thief is seeking information leading to the arrest of Sharon Lynn Nehring, also known as Sharon Jacoby of Freestone County, Texas. Nehring allegedly purchased thousands of dollars worth of lambs and goats with a worthless check from the Freestone County Fair in June of 2014. Nehring is under
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On Friday, New Braunfels lost a man who mentored generations of swimmers. E.E. Bud Dallmann's motto was "Better today than yesterday, better tomorrow than today". KGNB's Jessie Slaten speaks with the Dolphin's new head coach, who knows she has some big shoes to fill. Funeral services for Dallmann are pending, at Zoeller Funeral home.
(Comal County, TX)--TX DoT will continue work on FM 306 this week. Beginning Monday and continuing through Friday, from 9am. until 4:30pm. daily, alternating lanes will close while crews do finish work on the road FM 306, in both directions, between IH-35 and Hunter Road. Officials that you be prepared to stop, and urge caution in this area.
The Comal County Clerk’s Office is closed today to install new software. The office will continue to accept mail and overnight deliveries, and the office will reopen at 8 am., tomorrow. City Council will have a workshop at 4:30 this afternoon, for an update on renovation plans for the former Albertson’s grocery store. City Manager Robert Camareno is scheduled to present conceptual plans for the
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(New Braunfels, TX)--At 6pm. tonight, City Council and staff will discuss an ordinance prohibiting the use of hand-held wireless communication devices, while operating a motor vehicle. Following that, is a discussion of an ordinance regulating the use of golf carts, neighborhood vehicles, and other types of recreational off-highway vehicles on certain streets. Another item on the agenda is to
( New Braunfels, TX )–More than 100 New Braunfels-area athletes have qualified to participate in the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF) Summer Games of Texas; including 95 Landa Park Dolphin swimmers. The Dolphins, along with six, Rapids Summer Track Team members will participate in the amateur, Olympic-style, Summer Games of Texas, organized by TAAF for athletes of all ages. According to
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(New Braunfels, TX)—NBU CEO Paula DiFonzo has been awarded the Jack Miller Public Service Award from the Texas Public Power Association (TPPA). The award recognizes exceptional leadership and public service in the public power field. DiFonzo, who has been with NBU since 1981 and has served as CEO since 1994, is a Past President of TPPA and continues to serve as a member of the TPPA Board of