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(New Braunfels, TX)--Just one month ago, Comal County was hit hard by flash-flooding that ripped apart river-side businesses and damaged many homes. KGNB recently spoke with Judge Sherman Krause about the progress being made with disaster assistance for individuals and local businesses.

(New Braunfels, TX) – The City of New Braunfels is asking citizens to be a part of the input design process, Wednesday evening, for the Landa Street Pedestrian and Bicycle Facility Enhancements Project. The project will focus on improving pedestrian and bicycle facilities as well as complying with

NEW BRAUNFELS, TX) — The Comal County Commissioners Court has approved a request for qualifications (RFQ), beginning the process of selecting an architect for final design work on the jail project approved by voters earlier this month. By a pair of 5-0 votes, Commissioners Court approved both the

(Seguin, TX) - If you have a strong stomach and an adventurous nature, you can head to Seguin to try out the world’s only wooden forward and backward “shuttle” coaster. On Thursday, “Switchback” will celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon cutting at ZDT’s Amusement Park. The ride is billed as

(New Braunfels, TX)--St. John’s Episcopal Church invites the community to join in a re-creation of the biblical journey of Joseph and Mary, December 17th, starting at Arlan’s Market. The second annual Las Posadas will begin at 6:30 pm., walking from Arlan’s Market, located at 559 West San Antonio St., and ending at St. John’s Episcopal Church, at 312 S Guenther Ave.
(New Braunfels, TX)--If you’re not up to decorating your tree this year, or if you need a special gift for the season, the Comal County Senior Citizen’s Foundation may have a solution. Kick off your holidays and support the Comal County Senior Citizen’s Foundation by attending the first annual “Festival of Trees,” beginning Tuesday, from 10 am – 8 pm, daily; ending Friday at 1pm.. Stroll through
(Comal County, TX)--FROM COMAL ISD: The Specht Elementary family came together recently for a blood drive at their campus to support kindergarten student Ella Johnson, who is fighting leukemia. More than 60 units were collected by the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center. “I think it’s wonderful that so many members of the Specht community, from parents to teachers to high school students, came
(New Braunfels, TX)--December 5 | $15 The New Braunfels Republican Women are hosting their 21st Annual Christmas Home Tour this Saturday. The tour runs from 10am-5pm, and includes eight locations throughout town, with a refreshment stop at The Gallery at The Milltown Historic District. The Gallery was the General Store for the Mission Valley Cotton Mill when it opened in 1921. The Cotton Mill was
(New Braunfels, TX)--The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce is hoping all of you shoppers who were lined up at the big-box store at four-o’clock Thursday afternoon, waiting for the store to open; and those of you were out at 12:30 Friday as well, will consider a different avenue of shopping this weekend. Saturday is Small Business Saturday across the USA, and in New Braunfels, it happening
(New Braunfels, TX) – The City of New Braunfels is hosting the 23rd Annual Wassailfest on Thursday, December 3rd, from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. in historic Downtown New Braunfels. Wassailfest began in 1992 as a way for downtown merchants to thank customers for their patronage and to highlight the beauty and charm of downtown during the holiday season. The evening kicks off with Mayor Barron Casteel
(New Braunfels, TX) – The New Braunfels Public Library is keeping up the times, and technology options. The library now offers wireless printing for those wanting to print at the library from any offsite computer, smartphone, or tablet. You’ll have to download the app, “PrinterOn,” to smartphones and tablets. Documents can then be printed out at the public printer in the main library branch at
(Gruene, TX)--St Jude’s Ranch for Children is looking for runners, sponsors, and volunteers for their 23rd. annual Jingle Bell Run 5K. Officials say the December 12th event in Gruene is one of their largest fundraisers of the year, and they’re hoping for 2000 participants to join in the 5K and kid’s 1K this year. The chip-timed 5K will begin at 8am,, with the kids’ 1K to follow. There will be
In their 5th-Annual “Bra’s For a Cause” last month, the Women’s Council of Realtors, Hill Country Chapter, helped raise about 61-thousand dollars for the fight against cancer. Each year, the event, and the amount raised grows. Because of the flooding that took place the day after this year’s Bra’s For A Cause, KGNB ran only a small part of this story. Today, we’d like to bring you the rest of the
(New Braunfels, TX)--Together, the City of New Braunfels, The City of San Marcos, Texas State University, and the Edwards Aquifer Authority have created a Habitat Conservation Plan to protect the Comal and San Marcos Springs. This year, plans call for expenditures of $966,500 to continue the existing work plan. The 15-year-plan for habitat restoration is funded by the Edwards Aquifer Authority,