LOADING

Type to search

Category: Community

Your Online Newspaper for Canyon Lake, Texas

Community

Keep up to date on what’s going on in your community.


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.
CLWSC
Water rates won't be going up after a merger by Canyon Lake Water Service Company's parent company.
Commissioners quarry
Overview of Vulcan Quarry site created by Friends of Dry Comal Creek Facebook page.
filter_none Farmers market Sattler
Edwards Plateau savanna.
X