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You’re never too young or too old to get something from your local library. This summer, the New Braunfels Library brings back it’s Summer Reading Program, for children, teens, and adults. KGNB’s Jessie Slaten has that story.

(New Braunfels, TX)--The Comal County Clerk’s Office should begin issuing same-sex marriage licenses today after receiving a legal opinion from the County’s District Attorney, that it has a legal duty to do so. The office did not issue any same-sex marriage licenses on Friday after receiving a

(New Braunfels, TX)--On Friday, State Representative Doug Miller announced he will seek re-election to the District 73 State House of Representatives seat he has held since 2009. Miller represents Comal, Gillespie, and Kendall Counties, which include the cities of New Braunfels, Fredericksburg, and

(New Braunfels, TX) – July is National Parks and Recreation Month and this year marks the 30th anniversary of the annual event, created by the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering buy-one-get-one free admission for

(New Braunfels, Texas) —The New Braunfels Public Library will offer a lecture by Dr. M. Andrew Holowchak, on Wednesday, at 7pm., entitled “Thomas Jefferson, His Declaration of Independence, and His Enduring Legacy of Liberty.” This timely discussion will provide an overview of Jefferson’s contributions to the early American republic, his writings and their expression of American ideals on liberty
(New Braunfels, TX) –Two City of New Braunfels staff members have been honored by the American Public Works Association (APWA). Solid Waste Manager, Mike Mundell was awarded the APWA Professional Solid Waste Manager of the Year honor; and Facility Manager, Mark Zavicar received the APWA Professional Facilities and Grounds Manager of the Year award. Assistant Director of Public Works in New
(New Braunfels, TX)--Nine Comal County-maintained boat ramps at Canyon Lake were reopened Friday afternoon after crews finished replacing damaged signs and clearing debris left from weeks of high water levels. All county boat ramps are now open, although privately owned ramps and those maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers may remain closed. Boaters should be cautious when using the lake
We have some road closures (and one opening ) to tell you about this morning. In Hayes County, the low water crossing on Valley View Road, at the Blanco River, in Precinct 3 has been repaired and is now open to traffic. In Comal County, today through Thursday, from 9am to 5pm, traffic will be reduced to one-way traffic, with flaggers controlling traffic on FM 306, at the Guadalupe River Crossing
(New Braunfels, TX)--Lots of folks showed up for a rally at Main Plaza Wednesday, put together by three friends who felt the need to speak out against racism in the aftermath of last week’s racially-motivated killings at a church in Charleston. KGNB News Director Jessie Slaten has that story.
Representatives from New Braunfels City Council and staff, the NBISD, and New Braunfels Utilities gathered at NBU’s Board Room to celebrate the addition of the Trinity Well Field to NBU resources on Thursday. The NBU Board of Trustees recognized the New Braunfels ISD Board of Trustees for cooperation to bring about the additional supply of water for New Braunfels citizens with a resolution during
(New Braunfels, TX)--The Texas Department of State Health Services/DSHS is reminding people about the danger posed by West Nile illness and encouraging people to protect themselves. You can reduce your risk of exposure to the mosquito-borne virus that causes it by eliminating standing water and other mosquito breeding areas; making sure door, porch and window screens are in good condition;
(New Braunfels, TX)--NBU joined with representatives of the New Braunfels City Council, New Braunfels ISD, and others yesterday to dedicate the opening of the Trinity Well Field and the addition of the new development to NBU’s water resources. The Trinity Well Field brings NBU’s total water supply up to 29,942 acre feet and further diversifies it resources which also include Edwards Aquifer
As NBU works to bring its Trinity Well Field into full operation, there have been some issues reported by customers in the neighborhoods in and around Oak Run, Kerlick Lane, Timber Drive, Hunters Creek, and several others. The cloudy and sometimes discolored water is attributed to sediment that is being flushed through the water mains. NBU Public Affairs Manager Gretchen Reuwer reports that the
New Braunfels, TX)--Comal County Commissioners this summer will fill seven spots on the new Comal Trinity Groundwater Conservation District board of directors. The conservation district is responsible for establishing a conservation plan for the Trinity Aquifer in Comal County and regulating the wells that tap into it. Commissioners plan to appoint the directors at their July 23rd meeting, with

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