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Ongoing effort to save young lives coincides with national Child Passenger Safety Week, Sept. 13-19

(SAN MARCOS, TX) – Film director Robert Rodriguez will deliver the LBJ Distinguished Lecture at Texas State University September 16. The free public speech will be held at 7 p.m. in Evans Auditorium on campus. It is presented in cooperation with the Common Experience at Texas State. In addition to

(Seguin, TX)--In 2015-2016, David Mairs will celebrate his 20th season as Music Director of the Mid-Texas Symphony. While plans are underway for a special celebration, the Mid-Texas Symphony begins their season this Sunday, at Texas Lutheran University, in the Jackson Auditorium in Seguin. The

(COLLEGE STATION, TX) – Emerging Issues in Livestock and Horticulture Marketing will be the featured seminar presentation scheduled from 1:30-2:30 p.m. Sept. 12 as part of the Texas A&M University department of agricultural economics tailgate activities at the AgriLife Center in College Station

(Guadalupe County, TX)--Court Appointed Special Advocates / CASA of Central Texas invites the community for an evening out to “Sail with CASA,” to raise funds for the organization, and honor Guadalupe County Sheriff Arnold Zwicke and the Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Department. Sail with CASA is this Friday, at 6:30pm., at the Texas Agricultural Education and Heritage building on Cordova Road, in
(South Central Texas)--“In a recent survey of Alzheimer's caregivers, 74 percent reported that they and their loved ones have become more isolated from the community as a result of the disease. Furthermore, 85 percent reported that they feel a reduced quality of life due to isolation. "For many caregivers, the unpredictable nature of the disease can make going out in public with their loved one
A meeting of the Science Committee for the Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan (EAHCP) is scheduled for next Wednesday, in San Marcos. This month’s program will include: an introduction of Daniel Large, HCP Coordinator; a spring-flow and index well update; a National Academy of Sciences update; the flow-split project; the aerators in Landa Lake; the 2015 Applied Research Work Group;
(SAN MARCOS, TX)--The Texas State University, School of Music offers a variety of musical performances and lectures open to faculty, staff, students, and the general public; and they begin performances this evening. The first program of the year is “Special Orientation for New Music Students,” beginning at 6:30, in the Music Building Recital Hall, San Marcos. Admission to this event is free.
(Seguin, TX)--The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) officials are urging recreationalists using the Guadalupe, Blanco, Comal, or San Marcos rivers, Canyon Reservoir, Coleto Creek Reservoir (Victoria County), Lake Dunlap (Comal and Guadalupe counties), Lake McQueeney (Guadalupe County), Lake Placid (Guadalupe County), Lake Nolte (Guadalupe County), H-4 or Lake Gonzales and H-5 or Lake Wood (
(Comal County, TX) – Due to the annual TAC Legislative Conference in Austin, Texas, August 25th-28th there will be NO COURT next Thursday, August 27th. Commissioners will resume the regular scheduled Comal County Commissioners Court Meeting on Thursday September 3rd, at 8:30am..
(Comal County, TX)--Comal ISD reports that Bill Brown Elementary students Caroline and Kyle Peter won gold medals in swimming at the 2015 Texas Amateur Athletics Federation Summer Games of Texas in College Station earlier this month. Kyle placed first in the 9-10 year-old-boys division in the 25-yard freestyle (with a time of 13.74 seconds) and first in the 50-yard freestyle (29.87). Kyle also
Canyon Lake High Junior ROTC cadet Bennie Brownlee III, took part in the Extreme Military Challenge at the Marion Military Institute in Alabama this summer. CLHS instructor Army 1st Sergeant (Ret.) Michael Medina, advises Brownlee was the first Canyon Lake Cadet to attend this Extreme Challenge, and set the bar very high for future Cadets. Brownlee earned both the highest Army Physical Fitness
(Canyon Lake, TX)--Keep Canyon Lake Beautiful (KCLB) and the US Army Corps of Engineers are seeking volunteers for their joint participation in National Public Lands Day, scheduled for September 19th. KCLB is seeking volunteers to sign-up and spend a fun day working in various capacities including trash pick-up, dive cleanups, beautification projects, facility repairs, improvement of trails, and
(Schertz, TX )- The City of Schertz Fire Marshal has implemented a burn ban across the City on outdoor burning. In recent days there have been increasingly dry conditions and several reports of outdoor fires in our area. Residents are advised to use caution with any type of heat source outside. Under the burn ban, no open flames are allowed outdoors to include previously permitted controlled

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