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Kiss Mommy Goodbye
As August approaches, so does the rite-of-passage for small children.
Jason York
When he ran for trustee several years ago, York campaigned heavily against Robin Hood, the nickname for Texas' school finance program, which critics say forces wealthier and rapidly growing school districts like Comal ISD to fund poorer ones.
Lindheimer Chapter of Texas Master Naturalists
map of seal-coating
Sharon Willingham
Sharon Willingham
Bird cam
Check out the birds who are checking out the new seed cylinder right in front of Tye Preston Memorial Library's new bird cam.
videocam Gorge lagoon
Justin Moore, YouTube.com
CLWSC water treatment
CLWSC is implementing Stage 2 drought restrictions. Image: This Canyon Lake Shores Surface Water Treatment Plant features two ClariCone® clarifiers, each with the capacity to treat three million gallons of water a day. Within this primary treatment phase, the water is pre-chlorinated to help manage organic matter in the water and a coagulant is utilized to allow solid particles to cling to one another and sink to the bottom.
Andrew Kim
drought landscape
Dorothy Carroll
Tamarack Shores resident Dorothy Carroll says loose dogs roaming her neighborhood make it impossible for her to walk Maggie anywhere other than her front yard. She wants Comal County Sheriff's Office Animal Control to do more.
CLWSC Turns Off Tap in Vintage Oaks
County Financial Report's "Clean"
June 28 Commissioners Court Agenda
June 28 Commissioners Court Agenda
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.
June 28 Commissioners Court Agenda
Volunteers with Operation Float a Soldier.
June 28 Commissioners Court Agenda
coffee shop staff
CACCC bedroom makeover
biker blessing
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.
Lazy Guadalupe
You can still go tubing, but there might be places where you have to walk. Contact area outfitters to check on conditions before heading out.
1st Place Chuck Ware and Ross Wright
Macallister dam
Biedermann
State Rep. Kyle Biedermann, R-73, in Austin.
wheelchair icon
The U.S. Access Board in Washington, D.C., is awaiting word, too, on the fate of Canyon Lake Dam's service road.
Academic calendar
Comal ISD trustees approved a calendar for the 2018-19 school year at a Feb. 28 board meeting.
Crownover dam
CLWSC water treatment
CLWSC is implementing Stage 1 drought restrictions. Image: This Canyon Lake Shores Surface Water Treatment Plant features two ClariCone® clarifiers, each with the capacity to treat three million gallons of water a day. Within this primary treatment phase, the water is pre-chlorinated to help manage organic matter in the water and a coagulant is utilized to allow solid particles to cling to one another and sink to the bottom.
Kathi Resale exterior
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.
Vulcan a go
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has greenlighted construction of a controversial concrete batch plant by this school and established neighborhoods. Photo by Milan J. Michalec
CISD principals
New Canyon Lake High School Kristy Castilleja, left, at Mountain Valley Middle School's 2016 8th Grade Awards Night.
dam road
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