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There are all kinds of people at my health club who use canes and walkers and crutches to get around; all kinds of people who wear braces and slings. 

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Mireya got into a serious disagreement with a box. A box flap, to be exact.

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MONTREAL — In a classic start-up setting — in a former textile plant four miles from where the first hockey match was played a century and a half ago — a group of high-tech computer engineers are changing Canada’s most revered pastime. 

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In my quest to better understand that life form known as Homo Republicanus I am repeatedly struck by that species’ revulsion to anything having to do with the State of California. But that being said I have noticed that members of this tribe — who can be readily identified by putting “Don’t …

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Fall months in New Braunfels are full of activities as most of you have witnessed. My guess between Gruene Music and Wine Fest, Texas Clay Fest, Dia de los Muertos and Wurstfest, we have attendance records exceeding a couple hundred thousand people. Better yet, likely double that for the rev…

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Phillip E. Johnson was doing what a University of California, Berkeley law professor was supposed to do during a mid-career sabbatical.

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New Braunfels has a transportation problem. If you’re a tourist who want to use a park and ride to get to events or to get to the river, chances are you’re covered.

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The Edwards Aquifer Authority was created by the Texas Legislature in 1993 and began operation in 1996. Responsible for managing, enhancing and protecting the Edwards Aquifer, the EAA has regulatory jurisdiction in all of Uvalde, Medina and Bexar counties and portions of Atascosa, Caldwell, …

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I would like to thank all of the staff at Kirkwood Manor and Director William Pomeroy.

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On Saturday, Oct. 19 the Travis County Precinct 4 Office Building was rededicated to Ray Martinez. 

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Now our Republican lawmakers are pushing to publicly identify the whistleblower who revealed wrongdoing by the President.  Trump was overheard soliciting help from a foreign government for his own 2020 election.  Further revealed was the bribery used by Trump to obtain this help.

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The July 25 call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Vlodomyr Zelensky is the central piece of evidence in the Democratic drive to remove the president from office. 

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  It took several months to come to the dismal conclusion, but Beto O’Rourke finally conceded Friday ((Nov.1)) that his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination couldn’t get there from here.

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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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Is Trump’s wall really impenetrable? Apparently an 8-year-old girl successfully climbed the wall’s prototype. And recently it was documented that an existing wall could be penetrated with a saw. So that means we can expect that the wall will hold back persons under the age of 8 unless they h…

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Of today’s 327 million Americans, 18 million of us are veterans. We are the men and women, who years ago, in the prime of our young American life, put on a uniform and served on active duty in the armed forces of the United States, the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, or the Coast Guard. 

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For more than 80 years, the main entrance of the University of Texas campus was a sublime display of art, a utopia revered throughout the world. 

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We should be pleased and impressed with the life saving result for the NBU workers hanging Christmas lights. Both the required use of the safety harness and teather and the practice of actually doing it every time by the workers are vital to safety and a “zero accidents” policy, which avoids…

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