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After helping the New Braunfels boys soccer team reach the top of the mountain in District 26-6A, seniors Santiago Quinonez and Malcolm Calder are ready for their next challenges.
Holding back tears as he thanked his family and the New Braunfels community, JP Kesselring was honored as the 2019 Small Business Person of the Year by the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Tuesday night.
With an average of 15 new people moving to town each day last year, New Braunfels remained the second fastest growing city in the nation by percentage for the second consecutive year, according to data released by the Census Bureau early Thursday.
“Just two and a half years ago, this was an asphalt covered parking lot,” opened Nancy Pappas, Headwaters at the Comal managing director, waving an arm around at a lush field full of Indian blanket flowers, pink evening primroses and Texas thistles.
- Residents and business owners around Lake Dunlap adjust to lakeless life
- Lake Dunlap dam repairs could cost $15-$35 million
- Waterfront taxes without the waterfront
- Affordable housing project gets mixed response from neighbors
- New Braunfels remains second fastest growing city in U.S.
- Spill gate failure drains Lake Dunlap
- No easy answers for Lake Dunlap spill gate failure
- Lake Wood residents are still waiting three years later after dam failure
- Generations pulling together will move NB into future
- William “Bill” Raymond Faulkner
About the author: Tim Barker has the good fortune to live in the historic Klappenbach house across Fredericksburg Rd from Landa Park and the beautiful Comal Springs. Daily, he takes an early morning walk through the park on his way to Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. In this and the pr… Read more