While some in New Braunfels would like to lock the city in amber, never to change — preferably about four decades ago — that’s not really an option.
On Monday people will flood downtown New Braunfels to remember civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., honor his legacy and continue the long march toward his dream.
Plenty of publications and television news shows have already started to do their year in review stories and the day after Christmas the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung will begin its rundown.
Monday marked the filing deadline for candidates to throw their hats in the ring for the March primary elections across the state — and plenty of people took advantage of that.
When a man accused of aggravated sexual assault was mistakenly released by the Comal County Sheriff’s Office this week, the first question that came to many people’s minds was a simple one.
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