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The Comal County Sheriff's Office is seeking tips from the public on the identity of a man who has been impersonating a law enforcement officer. Wearing a uniform similar to a Texas DPS Trooper, this man reportedly pulls vehicles over for various alleged infractions and, in the most recent incident, asked to search the victim’s vehicle. The alleged impersonator is driving a vehicle that resembles

NEW BRAUNFELS, TX – The New Braunfels High School Marine Corps JROTC Unit was recently notified that they were awarded the Naval Honor School distinction for the sixth year in a row. The NBHS Unit is part of Region 5, the largest region in the country with more than 50 programs, and ranked fourth

Pet Fest is coming to San Marcos on the 21st of October. It’s a celebration of animals while benefiting PALS (prevent a litter program). PALS is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending pet overpopulation and pet homelessness through spay/neuter programs. At the event, there will be a rescue

NEW BRAUNFELS, TX – Unicorn Stadium recently received approximately $5 million in upgrades to the facilities as part of the 2015 Bond Program. The official ribbon cutting ceremony to open the venue was held on Sept. 1 before the first varsity home football game against Alamo Heights. The ribbon

Heads Up! The Comal County Fair "Mixer" is Thursday, September 28, 5:30pm to 7:30 pm. We will draw for a cash prize of $450 for one lucky Chamber member. Must be present to win! Date: September 28, 2017 Time: 5:30 - 7:30 pm Location: Comal County Fair 701 Common St New Braunfels, TX 78130 ( Mixer will be in the corral. ) *Your Membership card gets you and a guest in free at the gate. Be sure to
NEW BRAUNFELS — Don’t call it mulch ado about nothing: All the mulch Comal County residents need is theirs free for the taking as the county’s Recycling Center launches Mulch Madness in an effort to clear its inventory. The center has received so much brush from Hurricane Harvey cleanup that it doesn’t have room to turn it into the quality mulch used in gardens and landscaping across the county.
San Marcos, TX – 4th Flea, San Marcos’ only monthly community flea market, will be held this Sat., Sept. 23, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. The monthly Market takes place outdoors in the Garden and inside the historic Price Center in downtown San Marcos. A limited number of indoor and outdoor booth spaces are still available. More than a dozen vendors have already signed on for the event, including
NEW BRAUNFELS, TX – Over the past three weeks, the NBISD staff has been evaluating the start and end times of the schools and the ability to provide timely bus service. Based on their findings, the NBISD transportation department has requested that the start and end times for Lamar Elementary be moved back 10 minutes later. Parents at this campus will receive notification of this change through
Smithson Valley High School's Navy JROTC Unit was named the top program in the United States for the 2016-2017 school year by the United States Navy League. They received recognition at the September 19 Comal ISD School Board meeting where State Senator Donna Campbell presented the unit with a U.S. flag and a letter of congratulations. SVHS was first named the top Unit in Area 10, which
Back in July 2016, the Public Utility Commission of Texas announced that a new overlay area code, 726, was being assigned to the current 210 San Antonio area. This action includes most all of Bexar County and small portions of Atascosa, Comal, Guadalupe, Medina, and Wilson Counties. The new area code was needed to handle regional growth, combined with added demand for wireless phone numbers and

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Temperatures and other factors in late summer and early fall combined with low flow releases can create conditions favorable for blue-green algae to develop. Such seasonal occurrences are marked by strong hydrogen sulfide odors and algae blooms. While a potential algae bloom in the area below Canyon Reservoir Dam has been reported, the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority wants to provide assurances
New Braunfels, TX − The City of New Braunfels has announced that Live Oak Avenue (from Katy Street to Spur) and Castell Avenue (from Business 35 to IH 35 Frontage) will be under construction starting Wednesday September 20th and ending the week of December 20th . There will be intermittent lane closures and traffic delays between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., with traffic reopened to

The New Braunfels-based café and biergarten hosts the third annual breakfast for the city's Fair Parade Day! All first responders in uniform will receive half price entrées at Krause's Café all day.

 

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