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Pikeville will host its first gay pride festival Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. in the city park. Organizers hope the event signals a more... [Read More]
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Overnight on Saturday, Oct. 17, 1998, a dangerous weather pattern had formed over the Hill Country and South Central Texas. Two high-pressure systems, centered in... [Read More]
The city's 2019 Bond Advisory Committee will meet for the first time since February to consider updates on 2019 proposed bond projects at 6 p.m.... [Read More]
Comal Independent School District trustees will meet in a special workshop session to address future district growth – and a possible 2020 bond measure –... [Read More]
New Braunfels City Council members this week entertained a proposal to establish a Mayor's Fitness Council, which would work with city recreation and nonprofits in... [Read More]
With the continuing trend of wetter weather and cooler temperatures, New Braunfels Utilities on Wednesday announced the end of Stage 1 water restrictions, effective immediately. [Read More]
New Braunfels City Council members considered a report on the city's establishment of public improvement districts and approved several routine items during their regular meeting... [Read More]
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After an 11-year court battle, a Magoffin County jury handed down a $15.3 million ruling last month in what one attorney said is likely the... [Read More]
The New Braunfels City Council will issue several proclamations, receive various presentations and consider approving a long list of agenda items when it meets in... [Read More]
New Braunfels Independent School District officials are hosting three meetings to give parents and community members more details on items in the district's bond proposal,... [Read More]
Hundreds of area students will engage in mind-fueling science displays during the second annual New Braunfels Science Fest, which will be held from 3 to... [Read More]
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A reservoir that supplies Martin County, Kentucky with drinking water has fallen to a critically low level over the past month, prompting officials to declare... [Read More]
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We all know New Braunfels and our surrounding area is a great place to live, work and play. [Read More]
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New Braunfels Fire Chief Kenneth Jacks said the time has come to replace two of the city's aging fire stations, which have far outgrown demand... [Read More]
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A proposed $1.68 billion aluminum mill near Ashland in Eastern Kentucky still needs $400 to $500 million in equity investments before it can begin construction. [Read More]
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will extend the whitewater season on Eastern Kentucky's Russell Fork this year by two weeks as part of a... [Read More]
The New Braunfels City Council received a final visionary draft of the proposed downtown South Castell Avenue Plan and reports on New Braunfels Utilities' financial... [Read More]
Comal County Commissioners will consider several housekeeping items when they meet at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in Commissioners Courtroom, 100 Main Plaza in New Braunfels. ... [Read More]
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Kentucky Sen. Ray Jones has asked the governors of Kentucky and Virginia to work together on a plan to clean up Fishtrap Lake, a federally-managed... [Read More]
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Area Democrats didn't let the rain dampen their rally for local, state and national party candidates Saturday at Krause's Biergarten and Café. [Read More]
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