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The Sights & Sounds of Christmas 5K and 1K Jingle Bell Run, presented by Kent Black’s BBQ and Orangetheory Fitness San Marcos, will be held on Saturday, Dec. 9 at 9 a.m. Over 1,000 walkers and runners are expected to participate in this year’s race, featuring a certified course through downtown San Marcos and the Historic District. Volunteers are needed to assist with directing race

New Braunfels, TX – At the start of the 2018 new year, Texas AgriLife Extension will be running a four-part interactive diabetes series every Tuesday morning in January at Westside Community Center. These cooking sessions will be fun, interactive classes packed with research based information and

It was the death of the man Alex Sheen looked up most to in life that sparked a worldwide movement that is being filled one promise at a time. When Sheen was delivering his father Al’s eulogy in 2012 after he lost a courageous battle with cancer, it was the first time Alex gave his “Because I said

WHAT: On December, 10, 2017, Mothers Against Drunk Driving ® (MADD) Central TX. Affiliate will host the Austin Jingle Bell 5k. This event will benefit local MADD offices' programs to end drunk driving as well as services that support drunk driving victims and survivors. MADD encourages everyone to

Who: City of Schertz Parks and Recreation What: Movie in the Park Where: Pickrell Park, 703 Oak St, Schertz, TX 78154 When: Saturday, December 9; 5:00 PM Why: To enjoy a holiday movie at the park The Schertz Parks and Recreation department is hosting its last Movie in the Park of the year this Saturday, December 9. Families and friends are invited out to Pickrell Park to enjoy the holiday
New Braunfels, TX— Comal County Commissioners will give a proclamation to the non-profit SJRC Texas on Thursday, Dec. 7th to proclaim Sat. Dec. 9th as “Jingle Bell Run Day.” SJRC TX is a non-profit dedicated to serving abused and abandoned children and teen moms. For the past 25 years SJRC TX has hosted the Jingle Bell Run as their primary fundraiser in New Braunfels. This event has become a
SAN MARCOS – Military Times has named Texas State University to its annual Military Times Best: Colleges 2018 rankings, formerly known as Best for Vets. Texas State was No. 35 among four-year colleges and universities ranked for the services they provide to veteran students and families. The rankings were developed from surveys of 150 questions submitted to more than 600 schools across the
(AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said today that state sales tax revenue totaled $2.78 billion in November, 11.1 percent more than in November 2016. "The double-digit growth in sales tax revenue compared to last year was fueled, in part, by increased collections from oil- and natural gas-related sectors," Hegar said. "Recent higher oil prices have spurred increased well drilling and
New Braunfels, TX - The New Braunfels Public Library is hosting a series of programs called “Happy for the Holidays” from Monday, December 18th through Friday, December 22nd. Adult Services Librarian Toni Davenport says “The holiday season can be stressful for many people, and “We want to offer a break from this hectic season and give our community a chance to spend time together and simply to do

Honor to be presented in New Braunfels March 22

NEW BRAUNFELS — This week is National Influenza Vaccination Week, and the Comal County Office of Public Health is using the occasion to remind residents that flu shots are still available. Cases of influenza have begun to rise, with 53 confirmed cases over the two-week period ending Nov. 25, compared with 33 over the previous two weeks. Overall, Comal County saw more than 377 cases of flu or flu-
2017 New Braunfels Christmas Parade
Four Canyon High School band students have qualified for All-Area and will now be auditioning for the Texas Music Educators Association All-State Band on January 7 at The University of Texas-Austin. Making All-Area places these students in the top five percent of high school musicians in the state. Pictured (l-r) are Katie Acker (Flute), Chris Lauderback (Tuba), Dante Henschen (Euphonium) and
NEW BRAUNFELS — The Comal County Recycling Center will begin accepting used live Christmas trees and garland at no cost on Wednesday, Dec. 27. The center will accept any used live Christmas greenery through Jan. 20, free of charge. You will need to remove tinsel, ornaments and other decorations before bringing their greenery for recycling. All other brush will continue to be subject to the usual

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