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NEW BRAUNFELS — Comal County’s Master Gardeners have donated a record 6,100 pounds and counting of produce to area food banks in 2017. The total shatters last year’s record of about 5,200 pounds, said Sam Norris, who coordinates the efforts of the Comal Master Gardeners, a group whose members volunteer their time growing food in the demonstration garden at the Comal County office of the Texas A

Spend your day off from school with fun-filled activities such as games, crafts, movies, and more. Campers will enjoy a variety of adventures including: arts and crafts, nature, cooking projects, science experiments, sports, and even surprise events! Holiday Adventure Camp is $60 per child for the

The funeral procession for Officer Kenneth Copeland will leave Thomason Funeral Home Wednesday at 8 a.m. The public may pay their respects along the route. The procession will travel to the funeral services via old RR 12 to Wonder World Drive, then on to IH-35 South. Outside agencies The procession

Christmas is the most depressing time of the year for many people. New Year's Eve is another difficult time. There are lots of reasons why depression and suicide rates soar during these holidays. Feeling alone, financial distress, health issues, family problems and the list can actually be long.

The Comal County Genealogical Society will hold their Christmas Party on Dec. 12th, at 7 p.m. at the Sophienburg Museum 401 W. Coll Ave. The Installation of officers will take place as well as Show and Tell Genealogical Successes. Enjoy holiday refreshments and bring your favorite holiday treats to share. Drinks will be provided. Call 830-625-8937 for more info. "
New Braunfels, TX – The City of New Braunfels is offering three buildings for sale. Interested parties should visit for details on these properties and information on the auction process. Note that these auctions are for the structures only and do not include land and that all structures must be removed no later than 90 days from the close of the auction
Date: Jan 19 Time: 9:15-11:00 am Location: Comal County Senior Citizen Center A local CPA will provide tax tips of interest to seniors. Make reservations with Alice Pullin, (760) 390-4482. Co-sponsored by the New Braunfels Chapter 672 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, the Comal County Senior Citizens’ Foundation, and Kirkwood Rehabilitation and Nursing. 9:15-9:45am

Top prize: United Airline tickets, Royal Caribbean Cruise and a class trip to Schlitterbahn

New Braunfels, TX - The City of New Braunfels has announced that Mr. Jess Divin has been selected as Urban Forester. Divin has served as the Park Ranger Superintendent with the Parks and Recreation Department since 2014. Before joining the City of New Braunfels, he was a Park Ranger and Forester with the City and County of Denver Mountain Parks. “Jess has over 10 years of urban and wildland
The Engineering/CIP Department will have a meeting to update the public on a new master plan designed to address stormwater in San Marcos on Tuesday, Dec. 12, at 6 p.m. at the San Marcos Activity Center, 501 E. Hopkins. The new Comprehensive Stormwater Master Plan will update the previous Drainage Master Plan that was completed in 1994. This plan will update hydrologic and hydraulic models that
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 delicious diabetes friendly recipes. The Center is located at 2932 IH35 in New Braunfels. AgriLife
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 I would” speech. Shortly afterward, he said he would mail 10 promise cards to anyone who asked for
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 register now by visiting . Registration for the race varies depending on