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Mid-Texas Symphony presents A Postcard from Spain, Guest Artist: Ana Maria Ugarte, contralto, today at 4 p.m. in the Jackson Auditorium at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin.

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It isn’t often that an author has his book translated into another language. But that’s what has happened to local clinical psychologist, Dr. Randolph Sanders, not once, but twice.   Sanders is editor of a book called Christian Counseling Ethics: A Handbook for Psychologists, Therapists and …

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Who were the first astronomers? Were they knuckle scraping Neanderthals? Mesolithic? Neolithic? Ancient Greeks, Chinese, Egyptians, or Babylonian? We may never know, but we do have evidence for why they looked at the stars and noted how the sky changes. It was the mundane need to survive. Th…

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Teachers in the Comal Independent School District teachers gave out a lot of high-fives and welcome-back smiles on the first day of school August 27, and one team of teachers hand-delivered an extra surprise to its students — welcome bags.

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With the bridge closure, much has been written about daily street traffic and river traffic and where they all will go, but it was the announced change in the Comal County Fair Parade route that got people talking.  The most vocally opposed viewpoints were adamant that “the parade should be …

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Q.My St Augustine lawn has been beautiful for years growing under our oak trees, but it has declined over the last few years. It may be because of climate change and global warming but whatever the cause, my spouse and I think it is time that we replace the St Augustine grass with a grass va…

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Corporal Kelley had every reason to be frightened. He was thousands of miles away from his home in New Jersey where his wife, pregnant with their first child, was gravely concerned for her husband’s safety.

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A 2019 Canyon High School graduate just added “published composer” to his resume. Tyler Wetsel, 18, was notified this summer that his original piece of music was selected to be published in the Fall 2019 Percussion Catalog for Row-Loff Publications.

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 Seguin Art League’s How I See It Photo Show will be on display Sept. 9 through Sept. 27 at First United Bank in Seguin. Join the Art League at a reception for the artists on Friday, Sept. 13 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. In addition to refreshments, there will be an award ceremony for the winners of …

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Congregants, local officials, and well-wishers gathered together at the New Braunfels Church of Christ campus (1665 Business IH 35 S) to celebrate the church’s centennial. The Aug. 11 festivities included breakfast followed by special programming to highlight the history of the church and a …

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Last week as I turned the page on my desk calendar to the month of September, my thoughts immediately turned to my mother. My Mum, as I always called her growing up, who passed away in 2003 would have been 99 years old just a couple of days ago.

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It’s almost here! We are referring to the year 2020 that brings with it New Braunfels’ 175th celebration of its founding. With that in mind, Tim Barker, PhD, has arranged an exceptional guest speaker who is an officer on staff of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce to share some ex…

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Q. We live on a river that was dammed to make a small lake. The dam collapsed and the lake drained. It may be rebuilt in three years. The horticulture issue concerns the bald cypress trees. Most are now not in contact with water. What do we need to do to protect them? Will a drip line at the…

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We went to experience Bob Schneider the other night.  It was great!  I’m a fan, Nancy is a big fan, our friend Kate is beyond that, examining the mind behind his words. We each have our own way of appreciating his music.  I place his writing on a spectrum, just like the electromagnetic spect…

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A local pitmaster is taking his family legacy and barbecue skills to the television screen to compete on a new Food Network show.

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The other day at a social gathering I was attending, I spotted an old acquaintance I hadn’t seen in quite some time. I cheerfully approached him with my open palm quite expecting him to return his open hand with a handshake as a simple gesture of goodwill and friendship.

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Texas is the perfect environment for many creatures. One of them is snakes, and here in Central Texas we have poisonous ones: copperheads, coral snakes, cottonmouths (water moccasins) and rattlesnakes. Early Comal Countians were very familiar with our slithering neighbors. The NB Zeitung rec…

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