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Plexiglass installed at Comal ISD's Goodwin Frazier Elementary to protect from COVID-19.
Comal ISD

Two suburban school districts partially located in Bexar County are pushing back against the order closing all schools in the county to in-person learning until after Labor Day.

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A church reverend held up a flag in Boerne’s main plaza bearing the names of multiple black people killed during encounters with police officers in the United States.

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Several dozen protesters gathered in front of the Alamo in San Antonio and at Boerne's new city hall complex on Saturday.

Jack Morgan

Among growing cases of COVID-19, protecting our physical health by maintaining social distance, hand-washing and being mindful about what we touch is essential. But managing mental health can be just as important. 


A family poses with Clifford the Big Red Dog at the Boerne Book and Arts Festival.
Kirk Thompson

You can enjoy the unique art of short films. Meet a heroic pilot who saved her plane and passengers. Or take a spooky tour of San Antonio's sexy past. The weekend’s here, and there’s plenty to do.


Brian Kirkpatrick | Texas Public Radio

A big home development on Boerne Lake faced opposition from concerned residents who live around the lake, a key source of water for the city.

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A classical music duo is putting on an adventurous concert in Boerne next week.

 


Jack Morgan / Texas Public Radio

Just up Interstate 10, about 50 miles northwest of San Antonio, stands a monument in a small town that's unlike any monument in Texas.

 


The Boerne ISD administration building.
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Teachers, nurses and librarians in the Boerne Independent School District are getting a 3 percent raise next school year.

District officials say they can afford to give staff raises because enrollment is increasing.

Al Rendon

Music, art and even more music — the weekend’s here.

First off, head downtown for a music and dance event that Mike De La Garza says has been popular for more than 60 years at the historic Arneson Theater: Fiesta Noche Del Rio.

“You will hear music and experience dance and costumery from various parts of the world, including Mexico, Argentina, Spain and Texas,” De La Garza said.

As always with the Arneson, the stage is on the other side of the river, creating unanticipated fun for barge-bound tourists.

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