From recognizing community helpers to helping community organizations do even more good, the last seven days have seen New Braunfelsers pushing to make the city better than ever.
Things were looking good in early June. The COVID cases were declining, the hospitals were emptying, the vaccination numbers were climbing at a rapid clip.
In a city where the streets are already choked with cars trying to navigate around ubiquitous construction zones, potholes and unclear lane designations, adding smaller, slower, less secure vehicles seems a recipe for disaster.
We live in a time when ransomware attacks on businesses and governmental entities are increasingly common. That’s typically when a bad actor gets into a system, encrypts all of the data, and only allows access to it if you pay to get it back.
Many people come to Comal County and New Braunfels for a little fun in the sun and the water. Each year a few of them won’t get a chance to go back home again.