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Women’s soccer team sets goals in Cibolo

CIBOLO — The San Antonio Athenians, an upstart semiprofessional women’s soccer club, is making a footprint in Cibolo. This spring, the team announced the 4,000-seat Cibolo...

Cibolo, Schertz partner on Wiederstein improvements

CIBOLO — City Council unanimously accepted a cost-sharing agreement with neighboring Schertz for $4.8 million worth of improvements to Wiederstein Road. Under the deal, Cibolo will...

Schertz OKs land grab for sewer line

SCHERTZ — City Council has authorized using eminent domain if necessary to acquire private property for a sewer line along Woman Hollering Creek, but one...

Universal City holds off on raising age to buy tobacco

UNIVERSAL CITY — City leaders are considering raising the legal age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21, but they first want to...

Another developer stepping in at Wiederstein Ranch project

SCHERTZ — A recent setback to the 90-plus acre Wiederstein Ranch project doesn’t have city leaders concerned at all, they say. Five Star Properties, an Alabama-based...

Pause home construction in Cibolo, councilman urges

CIBOLO — Sometimes you can have too much of a good thing, which is one reason city officials are pondering a possible moratorium on home...

Changing of the guard in Universal City

UNIVERSAL CITY — The City Council didn’t take long in selecting its next city manager. On Feb. 26, elected leaders unanimously approved Assistant City Manager Kim...

JISD plan expected to trim costs, not jobs

LIVE OAK — The Judson Independent School District board unanimously approved a Basic School Staffing Model at its Feb. 19 meeting to help save millions...

Cibolo Planning & Zoning Commissioner Retains Her Spot

CIBOLO — A Planning and Zoning commissioner who faced expulsion is keeping her seat thanks in part to public support after she had questions about...

New Schertz city manager ready to roll

SCHERTZ — There have been very few open dates on Mark Browne’s calendar during his initial days as the new city manager. He has spent a...

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