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Bulverde Community Park
Too many children were climbing on park equipment during the COVID-19 outbreak, Bulverde Mayor Bill Krawietz said today after closing Bulverde Community Park to the public.
CRRC food pantry
Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake (CRRC) saw the number of clients its food pantry serves increase dramatically last week. Facebook image by CRRC.
Canyon Lake Fire/EMS Pierce Enforcer 107’ Tractor Drawn Aerial
Canyon Lake Fire/EMS' new truck company, a Pierce Enforcer 107’ Tractor-Drawn Aerial. Image by Box 120 Photography.
CRRC Food Pantry
Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake (CRRC) Food Pantry clients can even shop for their own groceries in the new facility, which opened in late November.
Canyon Lake Presbyterian fundraiser
The gorgeous sunset and view from Canyon Lake Presbyterian's stone patio were as big an attraction as the chili and live music at Wednesday night's Turkeys to Tables fundraiser for Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake's food pantry.
Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church Secretary Laura Schafer
Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church Secretary Laura Schafer says the rain should all be gone in time for Wednesday evening's Turkeys to Tables fundraiser for the CRRC.
hungry child
Don't let Canyon Lake children go hungry this summer! CRRC of Canyon Lake has a few suggested items to add to your grocery list and drop off at their food pantry in Sattler.
New Gate for Canyon Lake Dam
Get a closer look at Canyon Lake High School's Ag Mechanics team's welding work on the new gate for Canyon Lake dam's service road. Several students are expected to attend.
Operation Float a Soldier Route
Do you see the "wave here" arrow? Bring your flags and enthusiam, too.
Little Free Libraries
Startzville Elementary Librarian Kimberly Nance wants to see a Little Free Library like this one in all of her students' Canyon Lake neighborhoods. Image courtesy of Little Free Libraries.
Anthony Winn
Anthony Winn is director of Canyon Lake's new mental health center at Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church.
teacher substitutes
Comal ISD Board of Trustees passed a resolution requesting a contested-case hearing about Vulcan Quarry and, recognized outstanding Campus Substitutes of the Year at their Tuesday meeting.
lakefront property
Vulcan resolution
love hill country
Stop Vulcan Quarry 3009's Sabrina Houser Amaya, second from left, and League of Women Voters-Comal Area's Jensie Madden, in pink shirt, answer questions at June 5's public forum on "Local Options for Hill Country Counties."
Bulverde logo
The self-described Front Porch of the Texas Hill Country isn't going to let Vulcan Quarry move in without a fight.
Jessie Rahe
Comal County Auditor Jessie Rahe says higher bond rating means banks will offer lower interest rates on county bonds, saving money for taxpayers.
LWVCA honored
Accepting official recognition from League of Women Voters at the state convention, are (l-r) Comal Area President Roxanna Deane, Treasurer Gloria Suarez Sasser, V-P for Organization Darlene Hicks, and Publicity Director Jerrie Champlin.
Comal County
Enjoy the scenic vistas of Canyon Lake while you still can -- Comal County is the second-fastest growing county in the nation.
Commissioners quarry
Overview of Vulcan Quarry site created by Friends of Dry Comal Creek Facebook page.
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