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(New Braunfels, TX)--Monday night’s 4B Board meeting involved development of almost every category available to the City of New Braunfels Industrial Development Corporation. Board President Bob Gray gives KGNB a synopsis of the importance of last night’s decisions to move forward with each action

(New Braunfels, TX)--Another Story from Monday’s 4B Board meeting, that we’ll be hearing about for a long time. The current City Hall building is scheduled to be vacant in December of 2016, and City Staff, Council, and the New Braunfels Industrial Development Corporation/ 4B Board are making plans

(New Braunfels, TX)--C I S will have school buses parked at H-E-Bs in Bulverde, Schertz, and both New Braunfels locations this Saturday, to collect school supplies for area children in need. C I S staff, alumni, board members, and volunteers will be there to accept schools supplies and monetary

Comal ISD will begin selling Community All-Sports Passes for the 2015-16 school year next Thursday, August 13th at Canyon, Smithson Valley, and Canyon Lake high schools. Community All-Sports passes are 60-dollars each, and are good for admission to all home UIL sporting events (including football) at Comal ISD campuses. Admission to playoff games is not included with the pass. Student All-Sports
(Comal County, TX)--Comal ISD School Board member Amy Freund was recently chosen as a member of the 2016 Leadership Texas Association of School Boards.. According to CISD, Leadership TASB is a program designed to take experienced board members to a new level of service and leadership by exposing them to a variety of issues, people, activities, and locations. Freund, who has served on the Comal
(New Braunfels, TX)--The Congressman will See First-Hand Value of Quality Kidney Care and Importance of Access to Improved Coordinated Care. Congressman Lamar Smith (R-TX) is scheduled to visit New Braunfels DaVita Kidney Care Dialysis Center at noon today. According to the Congressman’s office, Smith will meet with patients, family members, and staff to learn more about the care required by
(New Braunfels, TX)--City staff and City Council prepared a budget, a layout, schematic plans, and a time line for the new City Hall. Jessie Slaten Has the story.
(New Braunfels, TX)--The New Braunfels Industrial Development Corporation, or 4B-Board, meets tonight to work on two large investments in infrastructure and grants for new road construction, and a new grocery store. The grants include 800-hundred-thousand-dollars for the HEB to be built on FM 306, and 1.5-million-dollars for new lanes that will widen Loop 337. There’s also a consideration of a 50
Patrons of the New Braunfels Public Library may return books there – now, through August 16th - but for everything else; you’ll need to go to the Westside Community Center library. The main library is now closed for interior renovations. The Westside Community Center library, located at 2932 S. IH-35, offers books, DVDs, computers, printing, faxing, and proctoring services, as well as some of the
(New Braunfels, TX)--We have an update from NBU on a sewage spill accident that happened Wednesday. New Braunfels Utilities reports that river conditions have rapidly improved near the location of Wednesday’s accidental 500-gallon sewer overflow into the Guadalupe River. Cleanup and disinfection of the area took place immediately at the site, located in the River Tree Subdivision off of Highway
On Tuesday, the Water and Wastewater Impact Fee Advisory Committee meets in Council Chambers to consider a report from New Braunfels Utilities. Executive Director of External Affairs, Roger Biggers of NBU will present the report on Water and Wastewater Impact Fees for the period of June 30th , through December 31st , of 2014. That meeting is at 6pm. in Council Chambers. Following that meeting,
(New Braunfels, TX)--From the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, the Youth Leadership New Braunfels Class of 2016 has been selected, with 35 students making the roster. The program will begin September 8th with a reception and orientation with the students and their parents followed by a day-long retreat on September 19th. The 2016 class marks the 19th group of high school sophomores and
(New Braunfels, TX)--Four New Braunfels police officers took part in mock exercises to hone their skills and prepare for one of the worst-case scenarios imaginable. KGNB's Jessie Slaten has that story.

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