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OLLUS Biology Professor Cary Guffey
Fifty-two-year-old San Antonio resident and biology professor Cary Guffey died after flipping off a tube in Canyon Lake on Wednesday. Image courtesy of Our Lady of the Lake University, where he taught.
GBRA meeting
Seguin-area residents packed GBRA's boardroom on Wednesday to share their concerns about the management of spillgates at six lakes managed by the agency. GBRA in turn warned of safety concerns posed by more spillgate failures at hydroelectric dams that are almost 100 years old. Image courtesy of CBS Austin.
Lake McQueeney
The new warning system is designed to alert recreationalists nearby or within the restricted zones downstream of McQueeney Dam to take immediate action to secure lives and property in the event of a spillgate failure.
stash your trash
Canyon Lake Ladies Social Club's first meeting kicked off with a little community service, followed by a barbecue. Keep Canyon Lake Beautiful!
Canyon Lake Fire/EMS
Canyon Lake Fire/EMS is searching for a man last seen near the Guadalupe River in the 4500 block of River Road in New Braunfels. Image from Canyon Lake Fire/EMS' Facebook page.
Potter's Creek Park Campground
Potter's Creek Campground, featured in this Facebook post on July 6, closed today for resurfacing that is expected to be completed by late July.
Valeria Chavez and Chris Armstrong
Valeria Chavez and Canyon Lake's Chris Armstrong travel the world together, diving amidst some of the world's most spectacular underwater realms -- including Canyon Lake.
Boat Ramp #1
Facebook image by KENS 5 photographer Jeffrery Johnsey.
Javier Perez Ortiz, park manager of U.S. Army Corps of Engineer's Canyon Lake office, said a temporary water-filled barrier will be installed below the stilling basin on Friday, and water will be pumped out.
tubing on the guadalupe
Tubing the Horseshoe on the lower Guadalupe River. Stock image by local photographer Mark Robinson of MJR Photography, mjrphotog.com.
Lake McQueeney
GBRA has expanded restriction zones above and below Lake McQueeney Dam. Image courtesy of Barbara's Real Estate Blog.
canyon lake dam service road
"The small but mighty" grassroots Dam Community Alliance (DCA), working with stakeholders like USACE and Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA), raised enough money to restore public access to one of the most beautiful spots in Canyon Lake. Late Tuesday afternoon, workers began preparing for the installation of a new gate.
water snake with tuber
Snakes that swim are a big obsession for residents and visitors alike -- but Brett Parker, who's teaching a snake safety course next month, says there's really nothing to worry about. He's only seen one, once, in all his years of kayaking. (Image courtesy of "Swimming with Snakes" by Bratayley on YouTube.)
water release
Image of Arundo courtesy of Hill Country Alliance.
jbsa rv park
JBSA Recreation Park at Canyon Lake features six types of lodging as well as RV spaces. Image courtesy of JBSA.com.
Guadalupe river
Guadalupe River just downstream from the Canyon Hydroelectric Plant. last October. Image courtesy of the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA).
H.L. Saur, general manager of Comal Trinity Groundwater District
H.L. Saur, general manager of Comal Trinity Groundwater District, oversees final inspection of a new well.
girls in guadalupe river
Guadalupe River Basin Steering Committee is seeking public input about how to improve the quality of surface water in the Guadalupe River.
Luke Metzger
Luke Metzger, executive director of Environment Texas, outlines key points in the group's latest report, "Swim at Your Own Risk," at a press conference in San Antonio.
Canyon Dam Alliance
Comal County Commissioner Pct. 4 Judge Crownover says good things are on the horizon for Canyon Lake's dam road.
Macallister dam
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