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New Braunfels residents sound off on what businesses they wish were in town
One resident called out a need for a bus sytem.
New Braunfels PD make big drug bust
They found 20 pounds of methamphetamine in a backpack during a traffic stop. It has a street value of $100,000.
New Braunfels Dive Team recovers man's body Sunday from San Marcos River
MARTINDALE, Texas - Dive teams recovered the body of a man who drowned following a reported accident over the weekend in the San Marcos River. The Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office said that they were called out just before 5 p.m. on Saturday to the river for a reported drowning near Martindale, Texas, about seven miles southeast of San Marcos.
New Braunfels YMCA announces upcoming closure
The New Braunfels YMCA will close on July 14 and has no current plans to reopen a facility in the city. (Sierra Martin/Community Impact) The New Braunfels YMCA will be closing its location at 545 Creekside Crossing on July 14 due to being unable to attract enough families to sustain operations.
Converse woman shot by neighbor after complaint over loud music, suspect on the run
SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — San Antonio police are looking for a man accused of shooting a woman in the chest early Wednesday morning. Investigators say the shooting happened around 2 a.m. at the Arcadian Apartment complex in Converse. Police say the woman had gone upstairs to complain about...
Tex-Mex restaurant Chuy's opening in New Braunfels this fall
Chuy's menu consists of family recipes from South Texas, New Mexico and Mexican border towns. (Courtesy of Chuy's) Chuy’s, a Tex-Mex restaurant, will open in its first New Braunfels location at 2735 I-35 this fall. According to Jenny Wilson, owner of 1845 Creative, the marketing firm managing grand opening...
Seguin welcomes Aceroteca to its manufacturing community
(Seguin) — Seguin is officially introducing its newest manufacturing partner. The city of Seguin Tuesday morning celebrated as Aceroteca Metals, LLC broke ground on a new 60,000 square foot metal service center. The manufacturing plant is being built on a 23-acre site at the corner of Heideke and Seidemann Streets.
‘Degrading’ | US Army Officer says mold remediation at their JBSA Randolph home wasn’t done properly
SAN ANTONIO — One of many families who lived in mold-infested housing at JBSA Randolph began their testimony in a federal trial on Tuesday. Army Lt. Col. Shane Vinales and his wife Becky are one of several families suing Hunt Military Communities, claiming they didn’t properly fix the various issues in their homes.
Police searching for missing teenager believed to be in grave danger
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – The New Braunfels Police Department is searching for a missing teenager who was last seen in May. Andreanna Flores was last seen with her ex-boyfriend Gilberto Sepulveda at the HEB located at 4100 New Braunfels Ave. Police say there’s a history of abuse in the...
TCEQ to hold public hearing for proposed wastewater permit application
The discharge route for the treated wastewater would be from the domestic wastewater facility to West Fork Dry Comal Creek which flows into the Comal River in New Braunfels. (Sierra Martin/Community Impact) The Texas Commission of Environmental Quality will hold a public hearing June 8 regarding a proposed permit application...
Burnt Bean Co. chefs fall short of top prize, but still recognized as two of the best in the nation
(Chicago, IL) — Ernest Servantes and David Kirkland are still in some rare company. The dynamic duo behind Seguin’s wildly popular Burnt Bean Company fell short in their bid last night to be named the best chefs in Texas, but just being nominated for a James Beard Award is still an unbelievable honor for these two Seguin restaurateurs.
Juneteenth Foundation Fish Fry and upcoming events
The Juneteenth Foundation, Inc., combined good food with an historic perspective as it hosted its classic Fish Fry event on Friday, taking note that this is the month that takes a look back at the ending of slavery in Texas. Proceeds from this well-received event are used to empower the nonprofit organization in its mission to provide services to the community. Those attending said the food which included hush puppies, fish, coleslaw and baked beans, was delicious. Every year, honoring Juneteenth grows in importance in the state and San Marcos is no exception. In January 1863, in the midst of the Civil War, U.S....
DRT chapter honors a ‘Real Daughter’ this spring
, Members of the Moon-McGehee Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas met at the San Marcos City Cemetery on April 6 despite the inclement weather. They braved the rain to hold a DRT Memorial Medallion Ceremony recognizing a Real Daughter, Carrie Emma Cochran. A Real Daughter is a DRT member whose father or mother resided in Texas before Feb. 19, 1846. Carrie Cochran was born in 1874 in the community of Buckhorn near Cochran, in Austin’s Colony, where her father, Nemiah, was born in 1836. She was born Feb. 13, 1874 into a family of patriotic men, members stated. Her grandfather, Thomas,...
Nita Dixon: the paintings drive themselves
“The things that inspire me vary,” said Nita Dixon, a New Braunfels mixed media artist and painter who shows her work at Art on 12 in Wimberley. “Sometimes it’s landscapes or water or skies, and sometimes it’s shapes. For a while, I was consumed by the shape of old trucks until I finished studying it in my mind’s eye.” “My mind will search out what I’m chasing at the time and then when I sit down to paint, it becomes the tree, sky or river of my imagination,” she continued. “It is a representation but isn’t realistic. Adding that extra idea...
Search Continues for Missing and Endangered Man in San Marcos
The San Marcos Police Department is looking for 55-year-old Tommy Yada, who was last seen at a rehabilitation facility on June 4, 2023. Yada has several health conditions, walks with a sway, has a speech slur, and wears a hearing aid.
6 juveniles facing charges after pursuit with stolen vehicle in New Braunfels
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas - Six juvenile males are now facing charges after leading police on a pursuit with a stolen vehicle in New Braunfels. The New Braunfels Police Department says on June 1 at 8:15 p.m., officers were called to the area of Northwest Boulevard and Conrads Lane for a suspicious vehicle report. Several juveniles inside were suspected of committing vehicle burglaries in the area.
City of San Marcos Considers Annexation of Hill Country Studios Land
The city of San Marcos, Texas is considering the annexation of 147.846 acres of land located at the southwest corner of the W. Centerpoint Rd and Ranch Rd 12 intersection. The land is part of the L. Glassgow Survey No. 14, Abstract No. 188, and the John Williams Survey, Abstract No’s. 471 and 490.
Employee Appreciation Events Held by Spring Branch ISD Departments
Two departments in Spring Branch Independent School District (SBISD) in Texas recently celebrated their employees through events. The Transportation department hosted a luncheon in May and the Child Nutrition Services (CNS) hosted the Golden Apple Awards on May 23.
Local man killed in car crash, two injured
One Wimberley resident has died after a vehicle collision over the Memorial Day weekend. On May 28 at approximately 5:51 p.m., emergency response personnel responded to a two-vehicle fatality crash 2.3 miles southwest of Wimberley on FM 3237, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. Preliminary reports stated that a 2020 Ford pickup truck was traveling southeast and a 2003 Toyota Camry was traveling northwest on FM 3227. For unknown reasons, the driver of the Ford pickup drove on the wrong side of the road and struck the Toyota Camry. The Ford pickup rolled over and came to rest on its...
Fire at power plant causes outages
Wimberley residents briefly lost power this week after a transformer caught on fire at a local Pedernales Electric Cooperative power plant, according to Wimberley Fire Chief Carroll Czichos. The outage, which took place on the morning of Monday, June 5, affected approximately 4,500 meters,and power was restored in about 14 minutes. “On June 5 at 6:41 a.m. some PEC members in Hays County experienced a temporary outage due to a piece of equipment that malfunctioned and caused a small fire inside a substation,” PEC said in a statement. “We are looking into the cause to ensure that our system remains as safe and reliable as possible.” Czichos said incidents like these are not uncommon during periods of wet weather and speculated that was the likely cause of Monday’s fire. No injuries or damages to private property were reported.
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