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More than 30 teachers from around the region were honored yesterday at the Chamber’s annual Back to School Luncheon...

The ongoing drought has triggered some extra monitoring of the waters coming from the Comal Springs through the EARIP-created Habitat Conservation Plan...

The birthing center at Christus Santa Rosa Hospital - New Braunfels was once again awarded a Texas Ten Step Program facility designation from the Texas Department of State Health Services...

Streets and drainage needs in New Braunfels continue to be a large part of the discussion for City Council during this week’s budget hearings...

Today is an Air Quality Health Alert Day.  That means higher amounts of ground-level ozone are expected across the region today...

An 18-wheeler hauling a large load of notebook paper collided with a passenger car yesterday afternoon along I-35 in New Braunfels, causing major traffic delays during the already busy afternoon rush hour...

The New Braunfels Fire Department ceremonially welcomed 5 new firefighters Wednesday evening...

In response to the Edwards Aquifer Authority implementing Stage 4 restrictions, the Guadalupe Basin Coalition is giving the EAA its support and is asking that aquifer users continue taking measures to conserve water...

There are nine new Court Appointed Special Advocates for CASA of Central Texas after the latest class was sworn in earlier this week...

Crimestoppers is offering another cash reward for information on a recent crime…it’s their second reward offered in 2 days...

Items from the historic Mission Valley Mills go on the auction block this week…

The annual “Blizzard Challenge” between the Canyon High School and New Braunfels High School football programs takes center stage tomorrow at the Dairy Queen on Landa Street...

The first graduate of NBU’s Electric Apprentice Program is Steven Thies who recently completed the DOL-certified program which requires apprentices to move through a four year structured program...

The punishment phase of the trial against Eric Byron Crayton ended yesterday in Comal County District Court with the jury sentencing him to 35 years in prison for Tampering with Evidence...

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