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Several New Braunfels High School students have been invited to attend Texas Boys State and Bluebonnet Girls State at The University of Texas at Austin next week.

NBISD officials report more than 150 future unicorn athletes attended this year's New Braunfels High School Volleyball Camps for girls in grades 2nd-8th. The four-day camp included coaches and former Unicorn volleyball players teaching the younger group of 2nd-6th graders the fundamentals of

Recent Canyon High graduate Jake Soto signed a national letter of intent this week to play at Brookhaven College, located in Farmers Branch near Dallas. Soto recorded a 4-2 record on the mound with a 1.78 earned run average and 33 strikeouts this season.

Learn how to plan, design and build sustainable trails during this two-day workshop which will include classroom instruction and hands-on application at a local trail. The Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with the Comal Trails Alliance, invites you to a free Trail-Building Training

The City of New Braunfels announces an overall increase in sales tax received in June compared to the same month last year. 

New Braunfels Police report that an 84-year-old man was robbed at gunpoint early Wednesday morning, while walking near Walnut and IH-35.  Fortunately, the New Braunfels senior survived the attack without injury, and he was able to get in a lick on the robber, with his cane.

The New Braunfels Art League’s latest show is “Art In the Hills.” The juried show includes artists from Hill Country Art Leagues (Boerne,Canyon Lake,Sequin,New Braunfels, and Wimberley).

Canyon High's 2016's graduates celebrate by throwing their graduation caps in the air at Strahan Coliseum!

The Texas 4-H Conference Center in Brownwood has released its 2016 summer program schedule. The center, which is owned by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, is at 5600 Farm-to-Market Road 3021 near Brownwood. 

NBU water crews will be pouring concrete today and Wednesday in the downtown Plaza, weather permitting. The pour is part of the repaving process required to complete an earlier valve replacement project.

Reports of a truck entering New Braunfels from the North, while driving erratically on IH-35, lead to less than a mile long car chase, and continued to evade the police on foot.

On Thursday, June 9th World Car Kia New Braunfels will present a $10,000 sponsorship contribution to the City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department in support of the 2016 Concerts in the Park series. The check will be presented before the concert begins at the Landa Park Dance Slab at 7:15pm.


The newly established Comal County Veterans Treatment Court has received a $50,000 grant from the Texas Veterans Commission. The grant will help fund the salary of a court administrator, as well as pay for office supplies and other operational expenses for the court-which works with veterans who have been arrested for misdemeanor-level offenses.

Comal ISD students pitted themselves against one another in the Algebra Bowl last week, and Canyon High and Smithson Valley Middle schools came out as the 2016 Comal ISD Algebra Bowl champions.