Each year, the Kops and Kids Safety Picnic combines a fun-filled evening of games and prizes with an opportunity to meet New Braunfels Police Department personnel in hopes of fostering — and also strengthening — the bond between citizens and officers.
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Time is elusive. It moves slowly but passes quickly. It is also easy to lose track of time. As a child growing up in New Braunfels, only a few markers of time stood out to me: the twelve-noon siren from Central Fire Station; the streetlights coming on; and the TV PSA, “It’s 10pm, do you know… Read moreHISTORIC SOUNDS THAT INSPIRE: Comal County Courthouse bell tower keeps ringing