About My Canyon Lake

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About My Canyon Lake

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My Canyon Lake is a “hyperlocal” online newspaper serving Canyon Lake, Fischer, and Comal County. We also cover some events in Spring Branch and Bulverde.

Features include:

  • Local News
  • Local Events
  • Lake & River Conditions
  • Weekly Fishing Reports
  • Boat Ramps Open
  • Live Lake Webcam

We don’t believe in firewalls, so you can read us for free. Advertisers, however, are greatly appreciated. Our readers are your customers.

If you have a story idea or would like to see your organization or event featured here, please Contact Us.

Your suggestions and ideas are welcome! Please click HERE to leave a comment, add an event to our calendar or to give us a news tip.

Click HERE to learn more about our advertising rates and packages.

Of course, we’re always just a phone call away at 830-200-0408.

MyCanyonLake.com publishers

MyCanyonLake.com Editor Stephanie Lieber Johnson also owns LieberJohnson, a public relations firm with offices in San Antonio and Houston. A graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism, she’s reported extensively on local issues for the Houston Chronicle and other newspapers in Texas and Illinois.

MyCanyonLake.com Publisher Joe Massucci owns Safari Multimedia, LLC, a web development company that produces and manages websites for Fortune 50s as well as many local businesses (Whitewater Condos, The Gruene Cowboy, Hideout on the Horseshoe, Whitewater Sports, etc.). With a degree in journalism from Duquesne University and a master’s degree in rhetoric and communications from the University of Pittsburgh, Joe has written more than 2,500 articles on a variety of technical topics for corporate and trade publications. He has authored four best-selling novels including The Millennium Project, GORGON, Extinction: Retribution, and The Resurrection of Andrew Finsbury. He also runs an imprint for novelists.

Commenting Rules

We encourage our readers to share their opinions about our news articles. We believe that our community becomes stronger when people engage one another in honest, respectful and informed conversation. At the same time, we insist on a civil exchange of ideas on our pages.

So that we’re clear, we will not allow:

  • Personal attacks on fellow readers and contributors
  • Threats, insults, gaslighting or harassment of individuals or organizations
  • Spreading disinformation, and false and misleading statements
  • Statements that are vulgar or obscene, defamatory, racist, bigoted, sexist, disgraceful, or inappropriate, even if it’s obscured with dashes and other forms of punctuation
  • SHOUTING
  • Hate and divisive speech and statements that incite violence
  • Contributors who hijack conversations, misrepresent themselves or promote commercial products and services
  • Off-topic content

Our community benefits when we engage in constructive conversations about the issues we face. We invite you to join us. But if you cannot honor the letter and spirit of these rules, we’ll continue the discussion without you.

Please note that at any time and at our sole discretion we reserve the right to disallow any comment that does not conform to these rules, and we also reserve the right to suspend comments on any article that receives a high volume of offensive or inappropriate comments.