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Dr. Dorothy Overman, the Comal County health authority since 1990, has been named to Gov. Greg Abbott’s Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response.

Comal County master gardeners and the county office of the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service are hosting the annual Spring Gardening Seminar next Friday, Feb. 19.

Silver Alert: UPDATE: The Silver Alert for Winter Texan, Phillip Grant Riddell has been cancelled- for good reason. Temple Police report they found Riddle-safe- early this morning. .

New Braunfels Police on Sunday arrested a 24-year-old Kyle man, after officers observed him driving erratically in the 1500 block of IH-35.

Residents from Oak Run and other neighborhoods near the proposed Veramendi School Sector Plan at the end of Oak Run Parkway, came out in force to continue their fight for an alternative to allowing construction traffic on that neighborhood’s main road.

The law has sided with NBU once again, in a suit with the Lower Colorado River Authority. At issue, were the rights to water spilling from the former electric power generating plant, into a small waterfall that hits the Comal River by the Stelzen Haus, on the Wurstfest grounds. 

Comal County Commissioners Court  approves a 54-percent tax rebate incentive to Major Wire Texas, to help attract the manufacturer to open a new plant in Schertz. 

 Comal County public health officials advise they continue to coordinate with the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and follow the most recent guidelines to monitor developments in the spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus. 

New Braunfels ISD officials report that in the last few weeks, NBISD has received calls regarding local business owners who were approached to purchase advertising to support NBHS athletics. NBISD officials want you to know these solicitations are not affiliated with, nor do they benefit NBHS athletics.

A 47-year-old New Braunfels man is dead and a 48-year-old woman, also from New Braunfels, is in critical condition after a motorcycle accident Saturday night.

Congratulations to the four members of the 2015-16 Smithson Valley High volleyball team who were named Academic All-State. 

You might say Comal County students snapped the competition recently, at Spring Branch Middle School’s FIRST LEGO League qualifying event. Twenty-four teams from Comal ISD, with other San Antonio-area districts, competed for eight coveted spots to participate in the March 12th, Alamo Regional Championships in San Antonio. FIRST (For Inspiration of Science and Technology) LEGO League’s goal is to have tomorrow’s innovators practicing imaginative thinking and teamwork. Apparently CISD’s LEGO stars have that, in spades.  All eight teams that advanced to regionals were from Comal ISD schools.  

It’s not too late for Comal County residents to get their flu shots, either from their doctors or from the county’s Public Health Office. That message, from Comal County Public Health Director, Gwen Mills.  

The New Braunfels Police Department is using the fifth anniversary of Joshua Davis Jr.’s disappearance, to ask witnesses to come forward with the truth about what happened when the toddler disappeared.  KGNB speaks with NBPD Communications Coordinator, David Ferguson.