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On Aug. 3, Meyer Ranch celebrated its Grand Opening. Three people (aka the 3 Amigas), all members of Preserve Our Hill Country Environment, were not in a celebratory mood. They stationed themselves across the highway to inform the public that the Vulcan Quarry is not a done deal, contrary to…

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And so our freedom goes, not with a challenge but with a whimper. Tuesday’s letters to the editors illustrates the growth of censorship in our country.  “speech ..... that can’t be allowed.” Those words are so sadly objectionable and short sighted, yet I defend the right to say them. I can’t…

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“If only someone in the crowd had a gun.” “The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.” 

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So, what is Jeffrey Epstein up to these days?

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Regarding Sara Samora’s Aug. 4 article: “Pastors, churches prepare to serve big for nonprofits,” if I was not aware of what St. Paul Lutheran Church does to fund several area nonprofits, I would fall for Almquist’s quote, “He said people often view churches as insular, staying to themselves.” 

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The late Charles “Charlie” Rousculp was a veteran educator and the Ohio Teacher of the year in 1968. He was also author of the popular and award-winning book, “Chalk Dust on My Shoulder.” And fortunately for me, he served as one of my mentors when I was beginning my teaching career in Worthi…

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It didn’t happen that fast.  The universe had been just fine for 1,400 years, since Ptolemy published his grand design.  So, why should anyone believe a guy from Poland who claims it’s wrong?  If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, eh?

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Q. Our zoysia grass is showing brown spots. Is it a fungus or just the heat? We sprinkle it regularly and have applied a lawn fungus. One issue is that there is only 2 inches of soil under the sod.

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A letter writer made two key points in a recent letter titled “We need more diversity in viewpoints.” 

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From recognizing community helpers to helping community organizations do even more good, the last seven days have seen New Braunfelsers pushing to make the city better than ever.

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After reading the editorial “This has happened before and it will happen again” I felt a need to respond. 

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I was just reading an article about Trump and his visit to El Paso. He promised to get with Congress and pass legislation to curb mass shootings. The legislation would flag people with mental issues preventing them from buying guns. With the expanded power of computers to identify people and…

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I live in San Antonio and went tubing on Friday and was stunned that it cost $30 to park. Then I saw that New Braunfels was also charging $2 to use a picnic table and $500 dollar fine if you dared feed a squirrel. I felt I’d fallen into some dystopian police state. This wasn’t the city that …

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So, you think you might like to vote for Trump again, but before you solidify that decision, take a look at some concrete proposals Democrats make — not the wannabe/impossible/pie-in-the-sky kind, but real, concrete proposals, right before your very eyes and ears, if you watch TV and read th…

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In the deep winter of 1930, on a cold January day in the American midwest, Mrs. Nottingham was welcomed into this world by her parents and six siblings. It would turn out that Mrs. Nottingham was to be the next to last of the Nottingham clan.

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The off and then on again meeting this week of the Bulverde Area Republican Women’s group is a microcosm of a struggle that’s taking place all across the country — and one that shouldn’t be.

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Archer, our terrier, is one of the weirdest dogs you’ll meet. First of all, his ancestry is a mix that must include dogs with one ear that sticks up, a tail that curls into a half question mark, an undersized head, long legs, and the ability to complete a 4-foot vertical jump.

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WELLS, Maine — With almost no attention, and surely no grand commemoration, Maine this summer marked an important American anniversary that, despite its unheralded nature, provided one of the more vital, and less well-known, turning points in the nation’s history.

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