Five seasonal parks that remained closed in April pending resolution of service-contract issues are now open, according to the the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Now open are Cranes Mill Park Tent Camping Area North ...
The US Army Corps of Engineers at Canyon Lake says several Canyon Lake-area parks won’t open until May due to the transition between service contracts. The move could affect area businesses that depend heavily on ...
Democratic Women of Comal County (DWCC) welcome Helen Ballew, conservation activist, who will speak about efforts to protect The Devil's Backbone in Comal County.With a master's degree from Yale University
Democratic Women of Comal County (DWCC) welcome Helen Ballew, conservation activist, who will speak about efforts to protect The Devil’s Backbone in Comal County.
With a master’s degree from Yale University in field ecology, Ballew serves in executive capacities for The Nature Conservancy in Texas, the Hill Country Foundation, and the Headwaters at Incarnate Word (San Antonio River).
She is vice president of the Comal County Conservation Alliance.
About DWCC: “Join a group of progressive women to hear relevant speakers and to enjoy thought-provoking conversations. All are welcome, free of charge.”
Comal County has nearly 106,000 registered voters, a five-percent increase over the number of residents who registered to vote during the November 2018 elections. It's a 14 percent increase, to date, from the 92,389 people who registered for the 2016 presidential election. ... See MoreSee Less
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