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Comal County Commissioners will consider two more change orders for Annex renovations and revising the county’s agreement with the designer of downtown renovations during their weekly meeting Thursday.

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New Braunfels and Comal County residents will consider new candidates’ promising new voices this spring — with May 1 election outcomes possibly shaping future courses for city councils and school districts.

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City leaders are asking residents to consider 18 proposed changes to the city charter on the May 1 ballot. The propositions are lettered A through R, and voters will have the chance to vote on each item individually as required by state law.

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New Braunfels City Council members on Monday are expected to discuss and consider possible action whether to continue requiring the use of face coverings by the public while at city facilities.

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A 38-year-old New Braunfels man was killed Thursday night after his motorcycle veered into oncoming State Highway 46 traffic after a collision with another vehicle, police said.

Officials with the Federal Emergency Management Agency say residents who registered with the agency for help following February’s winter storm should read their determination letter carefully regarding their eligibility for assistance.

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At 6 a.m. Friday, Comal County’s fifth ban on outdoor burning in unincorporated areas might just be a precursor for others during officials said could be a very long fire season.

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A 19-year-old student garnered the highest number of grass-roots donations, while two political action committees and prominent contributors are fueling candidates in New Braunfels City Council races and school district trustees elections, according to public records.

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Comal County health officials reported two additional COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday, bringing the number of virus fatalities to 311 since the pandemic arrived locally in March 2020.Officials confirmed the death of a Canyon Lake man in his 60s on March 18 at a Katy hospital and a New Braunfels…

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