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tubing the comal river
Image courtesy of Tubing the Comal River Facebook page.
Texas game warden
Image courtesy of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
comal river closes
Image courtesy of the New Braunfels Police Department.
covid-19
Residents who wish to be vaccinated for COVID-19 should call Comal County Public Health Office at 830-221-1150.
League of Women Voters-Comal Area
Former Tye Preston Memorial Library Director Roxanna Deane is stepping down as president of the League of Women Voters-Comal Area and will now serve as its treasurer. Montana Rindahl, right, Youth Services librarian at Bulverde's Mammen Family Public Library, recently joined the local league because it's an "excellent fit" for her interests.
Fisherman
Fish for free on Saturday. Image courtesy of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's Inland Fisheries San Marcos/Austin District.
tye preston memorial library
Check out the summer fun at Canyon Lake's Tye Preston Memorial Library.
Andrew Kim
In this undated Comal ISD image, Supt. Andrew Kim, far right, attends a Back the Future Kids & Family Expo.
covid-19 cases
Residents who wish to be vaccinated for COVID-19 should call Comal County Public Health Office at 830-221-1150.
Joel Jijo
This image of Joel Jijo appeared on the Facebook page of Anointing Fire Catholic Youth Ministry.
covid-19
Residents who wish to be vaccinated for COVID-19 should call Comal County Public Health Office at 830-221-1150. Stockphoto by Getty Images.
hill country rivers
Heavy rains this week could saturate soils and elevate rivers in the Texas Hill Country.
pampered chef
It's okay to be self-serving. Proceeds from the Pampered Chef fundraiser, which opened online today, benefit the Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake.
Joel Jijo
YouTube image of Joel Jijo.
Divers search
Divers search Saturday for the body of a missing Houston man last seen in Canyon Lake between boat ramps 5 and 6. Image courtesy of Canyon Lake Fire/EMS.
madrone trail
Visitors are asked to stay on Madrone Trail and away from the lake. There is curently no lake access from the trail.
covid-19
Residents who would like to be vaccinated for COVID-19 should call Comal County Public Health Office at 830-221-1150. Image courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
comal isd
File image.
texas game wardens on boat
Texas Game Wardens will be out in full force this weekend. This year alone -- from January through April -- Texas experienced a 40-percent increase in open water-oriented fatalities, including boat-and-swimming incidents, compared to the same period in 2020. Image courtesy of TPWD.
vin etching
VIN-etched vehicles are 65-percent less likely to be stolen than non-etched vehicles.
free lunch
Comal ISD offers free meals for all children at select campuses. File image courtesy of Comal ISD.
sup boarding
Image courtesy of Central Texas River Trips.
dinosaur
Kids will follow in the tracks of dinosaurs, learn about geology and track wildlife at summer camps sponsored by The Heritage Mueum of the Texas Hill Country.
comal county courthouse
Residents who wish to be vaccinated for COVID-19 should call Comal County Public Health Office at 830-221-1150.
covid-19 dashboard
Residents who wish to be vaccinated for COVID-19 should call Comal County Public Health Office at 830-221-1150.
Bass fishing team
Comal ISD's Bass Fishing Club enjoyed a successful second year, placing fourth in state.
covid-19 update
Residents who wish to be vaccinated for COVID-19 should call Comal County Public Health Office at 830-221-1150.
TCEQ headquarters
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality describes its mission as protecting the state's public health and natural resources consistent with sustainable economic development. Its goal is "clean air, clean water, and the safe management of waste."
NBPD
Image of the Comal River courtesy of New Braunfels Police Department.
covid-19 dashboard
Image courtesy of Comal County.
usace towels
Wear a life jacket! U.S. Army Corps of Engineers park rangers might give you a free towel. Image at Proctor Lake courtesy of USACE.
Barron Rector, Ph.D
Barron Rector, Ph.D., a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service range specialist, conducts a walking weed- identification tour near College Station.
covid-19 mass vaccine clinic
Some Comal County 1,900 residents received their second COVID-19 vaccine shots today. Comal County and the City of New Braunfels sponsored 24 successful clinics over the last several months. Wednesday, May 19 is the final mass clinic scheduled. Image courtesy of Comal County.
tube chute
The tube chute on the Comal River is closed. Pinterest image.
Edwards Aquifer
Recent rains returned New Braunfels from Stage 2 to Stage 1 water restrictions while Canyon Lake remains at Stage 1, SJWTX said today. Image of the Edwards Aquifer courtesy of Edwards Aquifer Authority.
rainfall totals
May is the wettest month in South Central Texas and this week's weather forecast is proof. Up to eight inches of rain are forecast through Thursday.
donation drive
United Way of Comal Couty
These two former and one current resource program directors for the Community Resource & Recreation Center of Canyon Lake (CRRC) since 2005 helped designate spending of over $1 million from the United Way of Comal County. From left: Sue Schubring (2004-2009), United Way of Comal County Board Member and Comal County Pct. 1 Commissioner Donna Eccleston, Maureen Schein (2009-2019), and Camille Cooper (2020-present).
New Braunfels Convention Center
The county's last two mass COVID-19 vaccine clinics at the New Braunfels Convention Center (above) are scheduled for May 19 and June 15.
covid-19 dashboard
Image courtesy of Comal County.
baby possum
Image of a baby possum courtesy of Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation in Kendalia. For emergency assistance call WRR's 24-hour emergency hotline, 830-336-2725.
Justin Villarreal
Image courtesy of Harris County Pct. 4 Constable's Office.
Kanz feedstore
Kanz owned and operated Kanz Feed & Seed on FM 2673 for many years. File image.
Cheryl Fraser
Public Health Director Cheryl Fraser said the county's last mass COVID-19 vaccine clinics are scheduled for May 19 and June 15.
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