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Harini Logan has qualified for the national competition four times after winning regional spelling bees.
Kim has served as superintendent for CISD for 10 years. His resignation is effective Sept. 30, and he will take personal leave until that date.
The primary focus of the meeting will be to discuss the utility company’s water resources, according to the release, as well as long-term water resource planning.
Shell Energy will offer a variety of traditional and renewable energy options, such as wind and solar.
Genifer Rucker began her new position June 6 and has been working in health care for 30 years.
Tiki drinks, a full bar on the roof with views of Freiheit Village make for a very metropolitan experience in New Braunfels.
High demand for therapy by those who can afford to pay out-of-pocket is leading many psychologists, psychiatrists and other therapists to forgo dealing with insurance claims.
Multiple Austin-area communities will celebrate Juneteenth, a day commemorating the end of slavery in Texas.
The drive will focus on collecting healthy cereal to be donated to the food bank.
The shop also provides custom setup and repair on any fretted instrument a customer brings in, and also offers a variety of vintage guitars and basses.
Mental illness can affect anyone at any age. Knowing the contributing factors and warning signs of mental illness is critical to ensuring children receive the care they need.
The scholarship program will also include advocacy for education about the importance of hospice care.
The MUD is located on the west side of FM 306 and will include more than 150 acres of parkland.
Texas is home to the highest speed limit in the nation, with maximum speeds reaching 85 mph on a portion of SH 130 between Austin and San Antonio.
Check out our list of things to do around New Braunfels in June.
Texas teachers respond to Gov. Abbott’s calls for legislative, district committees on school safety following Uvalde shooting
The Texas State Teachers Association wants lawmakers to push for gun legislation in the wake of the Uvalde shooting.
Christus Santa Rosa Hospital in New Braunfels participates in program to provide whole blood for emergency response
The program will provide first responders with whole blood for emergency situations.
Committees will investigate the mass shooting.
The meeting is part of the Coffee with Your Council series that began in February.
The 18-member committee was appointed by the NBU board of trustees and has been tasked with helping ensure NBU maintains fair and equitable rates.
A new cookie shop, a La-Z-Boy store and a new riverside bar are now open or coming soon to New Braunfels.
The city will replace 30 marked and unmarked police vehicles through the agreement.