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Last week, both area school districts published updates regarding protocols and instructional learning options under the first full school year facing the COVID-19 threat.

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New Braunfels city committee members tasked with reviewing small business grant applications are finalizing recommendations to send to council members for consideration, according to a city official.

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COVID-19 has forced municipalities across the country to tighten its belts, and Comal County jumped on board on Thursday.

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Five of the Texas Legislature’s most conservative members are suing Gov. Greg Abbott and state health officials, claiming Texas leaders overstepped their bounds when they awarded a major contract for tracking Texas’ coronavirus outbreak to a little-known technology firm.

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While debate about how to safely reopen public schools in Texas raged through the summer, Kim Olstrup was preparing to bring students back to her Midcities Montessori private school in Bedford. She bought an electrostatic disinfection device similar to one used on airplanes and halved enroll…

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Shoppers can save money on clothes and school supplies during the state’s sales tax holiday starting Friday and continuing through Sunday.

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Comal County commissioners are expected to receive Judge Sherman Krause’s recommended 2021 budget and discuss setting the next tax rate during their meeting on Thursday.

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Citizens along Lake Dunlap have formed a political action committee to help share information in hopes of securing a yes vote on the creation of a water control improvement district and the creation of a bond to repair Lake Dunlap’s dam.

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