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Category: New Braunfels

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Image by City of New Braunfels.
tube chute
The Tube Chute on the Comal River closed this morning due to recent heavy rains. Image courtesy of Texas Tubes.
tube chute
The tube chute on the Comal River is closed. Pinterest image.
SJWTX sources its water from Canyon Lake Reservoir and groundwater from the Trinity Aquifer. These sources are often blended together in the distribution system.
New Braunfels City Hall
Two members of the former New Braunfels Trump train are running for city council in the May 1 General Election.
early voting
Early voting for the May 1 General Election begins April 19. Image courtesy of the League of Women Voters of the Comal Area.
New Braunfels MLK Association
Saturday's event will be short and will include a song, a reading, a prayer and a call for a commitment to nonviolence. Children are welcomed.
Comal County Historical Commission
Members of the Comal County Historical Commission celebrated the county's 175th birthday this morning by placing flags around the courthouse in downtown New Braunfels. From left: Rick Reed, John Coers, Linda Dietert and Carolyn Reed.
Trump Train members
Trump Train founder Steve Ceh, far right, who challenged New Braunfels City Mayor Rusty Brockman at a council meeeting on Jan. 25, was photographed on the terrace of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 after attending former President Donald Trump's "Save America Rally." There is no proof that the Cehs were part of the insurrectionist mob that overran the U.S. Capitol in the aftermath of that event. From left: Unidentified woman, New Braunfels resident Anita Valdez, Randi Ceh and husband Steve.
recipes for the soul
Raenel Schertz, left, and Vicki Hamel are the authors of a new cookbook that features the meatloaf recipe alluded to on the back of Beverly Lofland's tombstone. One hundred-percent of the proceeds from Recipes for the Soul benefit New Braunfels' two historic cemeteries.