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As the Dec. 15 deadline to enroll in health insurance via the federal marketplace approaches, officials are encouraging people who signed up in previous years... [Read More]
 Comal County Commissioners will consider approving an amended architectural services agreement for renovations of downtown office buildings when they meet at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in... [Read More]
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Jessica and Tim Taylor's prayers seem to have paid off. [Read More]
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A water outage in Leslie County and parts of Clay County has left about 250 customers without water and forced at least one school closure. [Read More]
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David Wilburn stood in the kitchen of his Harlan County home and filled a gallon jug from the faucet and held it up to the... [Read More]
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HUNTLEYVILLE, Ky.-- Jessica and Tim Taylor's prayers seem to have paid off. The rain came. It filled the buckets that lined the outside of their... [Read More]
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Reliable access to potable water for drinking and living is not available for many in Eastern Kentucky and West Virginia. Money and a plan could... [Read More]
 Comal County Commissioners approved a $5 million upgrade for countywide communications equipment during their weekly meeting on Thursday.The Comal County Wide Radio System Project will... [Read More]
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Eastern KY water districts share similar struggles: lack of trust in water quality, broken or cracked service lines and failure to raise rates. The Martin... [Read More]
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Central Appalachia residents say the water in their districts is unsafe, creates health issues and threatens children's safety. The EPA lists some Eastern Kentucky districts... [Read More]
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Poor management in Eastern Kentucky and Appalachia mean residents are victims of a water crisis and lack reliable clean water service. One Martin County family... [Read More]
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For many families in Eastern Kentucky and Southern West Virginia, the absence of clean, reliable drinking water has become part of daily life. Now, those... [Read More]
New Braunfels Mayor Barron Casteel said Monday's city council workshop session gained further ground on shaping projects to present to voters in the city's 2019... [Read More]
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]
We all know New Braunfels and our surrounding area is a great place to live, work and play. [Read More]
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]
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]
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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