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Valerie Jean Riedel
Thirty-eight-year-old New Braunfels resident Valerie Jean Riedel faces misdemeanor criminal mischief charges for allegedly bashing in the door of Comal County Democratic Party headquarters on Tuesday.
vandalized door
Comal County Democratic Party headquarters in New Braunfels was vandalized overnight by this woman, who tried to smash the front door by hitting it twice with a shovel. Security camera image courtesy of Comal County Democratic Party.
biden bus
Former Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis, second from left, was aboard this campaign bus when it was swarmed by the New Braunfels Trump Train. File image.
critical race theory
Image by Rob Wilson.
Kyle Biedermann
Rep. Kyle Biedermann represents Canyon Lake in Texas House District 73. Facebook image.
women's march
Image courtesy of Democratic Women of Comal County.
lwvca rally
Members of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority joined in Friday's pro-democracy rally at Main Plaza. Image courtesy of Bently Paiz.
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.
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.