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Lake McQueeney
GBRA has expanded restriction zones above and below Lake McQueeney Dam. Image courtesy of Barbara's Real Estate Blog.
tubing on the guadalupe
Tubing the Horseshoe on the lower Guadalupe River. Stock image by local photographer Mark Robinson of MJR Photography, mjrphotog.com.
league of women voters Comal area board
The League of Women Voters of the Comal Area, which serves Comal and Guadalupe counties, elected its 2019-2020 board of directors at their annual meeting May 20 in New Braunfels. Top left to right are President Roxanna Deane, Vice President for Program Kathie Jinks, Secretary Sandi Parks, Vice President for Voter Services Ada Conlan, Treasurer Gloria Suarez Sasser, Membership Director Jenny Ayala. Bottom, left to right: Vice President for Organization Dawn Medeiros, Youth Empowerment Director Janyth Frederickson and Publicity Director Jerrie Champlin.
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.)
GBRA school gorge
GBRA also is working to turn Canyon Gorge into one big science experiment for fifth-grade students. Approximately 1,000 kids visited this year, and Kerr said they're on track to educate 2,000 students during the 2019-20 school year.
particulate matter
According to Stop3009Vulcan Quarry, Comal County needs at least six official air-quality monitors because the county historically has exceeded the safe limits for particulate matter (PM) emissions. At a minimum, they say all new air-quality monitors should measure PM 2.5 dust and PM 10 dust.
Abigail Redin and PTA
Texas Student Hero award recipient Abigail Redin, fourth from left, was recognized for a Parent Teacher Student Association project. From left, Smithson Valley High School PTSA President Jennifer Backlund, Texas Parent Teacher Association President Sheri Doss, Comal ISD Council of PTAs Reflections Chair Jessica McAnally, Redin, Council Vice President Tracy Molina, Comal Independent School Board Member Michelle Ross, and Council President Shirley Koop.
clwsc water treatment plant
The Canyon Lake Shores Surface Water Treatment Plant features two ClariCone® clarifiers, each with the capacity to treat 3 million gallons of water a day. Image courtesy of Canyon Lake Water Service Company.
Lake McQueeney
GBRA has expanded restriction zones above and below Lake McQueeney Dam. Image courtesy of Barbara's Real Estate Blog.
tubing on the guadalupe
Tubing the Horseshoe on the lower Guadalupe River. Stock image by local photographer Mark Robinson of MJR Photography, mjrphotog.com.
league of women voters Comal area board
The League of Women Voters of the Comal Area, which serves Comal and Guadalupe counties, elected its 2019-2020 board of directors at their annual meeting May 20 in New Braunfels. Top left to right are President Roxanna Deane, Vice President for Program Kathie Jinks, Secretary Sandi Parks, Vice President for Voter Services Ada Conlan, Treasurer Gloria Suarez Sasser, Membership Director Jenny Ayala. Bottom, left to right: Vice President for Organization Dawn Medeiros, Youth Empowerment Director Janyth Frederickson and Publicity Director Jerrie Champlin.
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.)
GBRA school gorge
GBRA also is working to turn Canyon Gorge into one big science experiment for fifth-grade students. Approximately 1,000 kids visited this year, and Kerr said they're on track to educate 2,000 students during the 2019-20 school year.
particulate matter
According to Stop3009Vulcan Quarry, Comal County needs at least six official air-quality monitors because the county historically has exceeded the safe limits for particulate matter (PM) emissions. At a minimum, they say all new air-quality monitors should measure PM 2.5 dust and PM 10 dust.
Abigail Redin and PTA
Texas Student Hero award recipient Abigail Redin, fourth from left, was recognized for a Parent Teacher Student Association project. From left, Smithson Valley High School PTSA President Jennifer Backlund, Texas Parent Teacher Association President Sheri Doss, Comal ISD Council of PTAs Reflections Chair Jessica McAnally, Redin, Council Vice President Tracy Molina, Comal Independent School Board Member Michelle Ross, and Council President Shirley Koop.
clwsc water treatment plant
The Canyon Lake Shores Surface Water Treatment Plant features two ClariCone® clarifiers, each with the capacity to treat 3 million gallons of water a day. Image courtesy of Canyon Lake Water Service Company.
Mountain Valley Beats Canyon Middle School
Chase Anderson started as a catcher and ended as a pitcher in the battle against Canyon Middle School. (image courtesy of J.C. McConnell)
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Lake McQueeney
GBRA has expanded restriction zones above and below Lake McQueeney Dam. Image courtesy of Barbara's Real Estate Blog.
tubing on the guadalupe
Tubing the Horseshoe on the lower Guadalupe River. Stock image by local photographer Mark Robinson of MJR Photography, mjrphotog.com.
league of women voters Comal area board
The League of Women Voters of the Comal Area, which serves Comal and Guadalupe counties, elected its 2019-2020 board of directors at their annual meeting May 20 in New Braunfels. Top left to right are President Roxanna Deane, Vice President for Program Kathie Jinks, Secretary Sandi Parks, Vice President for Voter Services Ada Conlan, Treasurer Gloria Suarez Sasser, Membership Director Jenny Ayala. Bottom, left to right: Vice President for Organization Dawn Medeiros, Youth Empowerment Director Janyth Frederickson and Publicity Director Jerrie Champlin.
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.)
GBRA school gorge
GBRA also is working to turn Canyon Gorge into one big science experiment for fifth-grade students. Approximately 1,000 kids visited this year, and Kerr said they're on track to educate 2,000 students during the 2019-20 school year.
particulate matter
According to Stop3009Vulcan Quarry, Comal County needs at least six official air-quality monitors because the county historically has exceeded the safe limits for particulate matter (PM) emissions. At a minimum, they say all new air-quality monitors should measure PM 2.5 dust and PM 10 dust.
Abigail Redin and PTA
Texas Student Hero award recipient Abigail Redin, fourth from left, was recognized for a Parent Teacher Student Association project. From left, Smithson Valley High School PTSA President Jennifer Backlund, Texas Parent Teacher Association President Sheri Doss, Comal ISD Council of PTAs Reflections Chair Jessica McAnally, Redin, Council Vice President Tracy Molina, Comal Independent School Board Member Michelle Ross, and Council President Shirley Koop.
clwsc water treatment plant
The Canyon Lake Shores Surface Water Treatment Plant features two ClariCone® clarifiers, each with the capacity to treat 3 million gallons of water a day. Image courtesy of Canyon Lake Water Service Company.
Lake McQueeney
GBRA has expanded restriction zones above and below Lake McQueeney Dam. Image courtesy of Barbara's Real Estate Blog.
tubing on the guadalupe
Tubing the Horseshoe on the lower Guadalupe River. Stock image by local photographer Mark Robinson of MJR Photography, mjrphotog.com.
league of women voters Comal area board
The League of Women Voters of the Comal Area, which serves Comal and Guadalupe counties, elected its 2019-2020 board of directors at their annual meeting May 20 in New Braunfels. Top left to right are President Roxanna Deane, Vice President for Program Kathie Jinks, Secretary Sandi Parks, Vice President for Voter Services Ada Conlan, Treasurer Gloria Suarez Sasser, Membership Director Jenny Ayala. Bottom, left to right: Vice President for Organization Dawn Medeiros, Youth Empowerment Director Janyth Frederickson and Publicity Director Jerrie Champlin.
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.)
GBRA school gorge
GBRA also is working to turn Canyon Gorge into one big science experiment for fifth-grade students. Approximately 1,000 kids visited this year, and Kerr said they're on track to educate 2,000 students during the 2019-20 school year.
particulate matter
According to Stop3009Vulcan Quarry, Comal County needs at least six official air-quality monitors because the county historically has exceeded the safe limits for particulate matter (PM) emissions. At a minimum, they say all new air-quality monitors should measure PM 2.5 dust and PM 10 dust.
Abigail Redin and PTA
Texas Student Hero award recipient Abigail Redin, fourth from left, was recognized for a Parent Teacher Student Association project. From left, Smithson Valley High School PTSA President Jennifer Backlund, Texas Parent Teacher Association President Sheri Doss, Comal ISD Council of PTAs Reflections Chair Jessica McAnally, Redin, Council Vice President Tracy Molina, Comal Independent School Board Member Michelle Ross, and Council President Shirley Koop.
clwsc water treatment plant
The Canyon Lake Shores Surface Water Treatment Plant features two ClariCone® clarifiers, each with the capacity to treat 3 million gallons of water a day. Image courtesy of Canyon Lake Water Service Company.
Mountain Valley Beats Canyon Middle School
Chase Anderson started as a catcher and ended as a pitcher in the battle against Canyon Middle School. (image courtesy of J.C. McConnell)
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