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(New Braunfels, Tx)--New Braunfels Police and Fire report that wet road conditions led to several accidents throughout the day Tuesday. Police, Fire, Rescue, and EMS units were all called out to Kohlenberg and FM 1101 at 2:23pm., after a two-vehicle wreck left a man pinned in his pickup truck, with live power lines surrounding him. Police on-scene tell KGNB that the pickup driver was heading

The Great River Race date has changed from this week to next Friday, May 29th from 4-7pm in Landa Park; hoping for sunny weather. Armies of frogs, and rafts of ducks are still available at 25-dollars for six of ducks or frogs; or 50-dollars for 13 of either one. Individual frogs and the ducks can

(New Braunfels, Tx)--Goodwin Frazier Elementary student Cole Lykins, has been selected to participate in the summer 2015 Lone Star Leadership Academy camp in Dallas/Fort Worth for students in grades 4-6. Garden Ridge Elementary School student Joshua Kelly, has been selected to participate in the

(New Braunfels, Tx)--New Braunfels Utilities reports that for the second time in seven months, NBU customers will benefit from a decrease in their cost of electricity. The Power Cost Recovery Factor (PCRF) line item on NBU electric bills now reflects a lower cost for purchased power. The decrease

New Braunfels, TX –The New Braunfels Public Library will present Art Historian Julie Agar and a discussion on the Unicorn Tapestries currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York; tonight, at 7pm.. The Unicorn Tapestries are among the most popular attractions at The Cloisters, which houses part of the Metropolitan Museum's splendid collection from medieval Europe. Little is
(New Braunfels, Tx)--New Braunfels Fire and Rescue teams were dispatched to the New Braunfels Airport Monday afternoon, after a twin-engine plane was reported to have experienced landing-gear failure when it touched down shortly before 4pm.. Three engines, two medical units, and the Battalion Chief were originally dispatched to the wreck. The first crews on scene found that the plane, with only
City Councilman Wayne Peters will host his third District Five Citizen Forum at the Civic/Convention Center, tonight, at 6 p.m. The program will feature a presentation from New Braunfels Utilities CEO, Paula DiFonzo on managing the water supply through long-term planning and conservation. City Manager Robert Camareno will also be on hand to answer questions. The meeting is open to all residents.
(New Braunfels, Tx)--New Braunfels Utilities Crews report that E. coli readings on Lake Dunlap related to last week’s sewer spill have improved enough, that they will discontinue testing. NBU crews responded to a sewer overflow on private property last Wednesday, believed to be caused by work done by a property owner that crushed and collapsed part of the NBU infrastructure; causing raw sewage to
Tickets are still available for the 19th annual KNBT Americana Music Jam, happening this Sunday. The music kicks off at Gruene Hall with Cody Canada and The Departed at 12:30pm. and goes all day and through the night with artists playing 25 to 55 minute sets, one after another. Tickets are available at Gruene Hall, or charge at 629-5077, or go to Gruene Hall dot com. This year, the JAM benefits
The Bulverde community will hold a job fair on Thursday, May 14, from 2pm. to 6pm. at the Bulverde Spring Branch Library, 131 Bulverde Crossing. More than 20 employers are participating. There will be interviews on site and help with resume writing tips and more. Call 830-438-4864 for more information.
(New Braunfels, Tx)--Smithson Valley High senior Brett Lindsey has signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at West Texas A&M University. Lindsey was a three-year varsity soccer starter for the Rangers and helped lead SVHS to the area round of the playoffs in 2014 and 2015. Lindsey was named First-Team All-District in both his junior and senior seasons. “Brett is a very quick and
Four students were awarded a combined $43,000 in scholarships as part of the New Braunfels Area Community Foundation’s inaugural scholarship program in 2015. Nearly 100 students submitted applications for the New Braunfels Area Car Club, Logan’s Legacy Memorial Fund, Ola Armstrong and Ritchie T. Sorrells scholarships. The 2015 scholarship recipients include: Jordan Richie , Canyon Lake High
Federal, state and local representatives will gather on May 14 for the groundbreaking of the $6.3 million expansion of the Alamo Colleges - Central Texas Technology Center campus that will ultimately double the size of the campus allowing for the first time a path for an Associate’s Degree program as well as enhanced workforce development training programs. “For decades to come, our campus will

Special Purpose Districts Chair Passes Local Bill to Protect Vital Natural Resource

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