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They walked the ancient halls, gazed out on the mighty St. Lawrence River, felt the cool Quebec breezes, ate Charlevoix Basque-style duck breast with pumpernickel bread chips followed by Saskatoon berry sorbet, and sipped wines from the Gaspereau Valley of Nova Scotia and the Okanagan Valley…

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I was talking to a friend about her little girl, Lorelei, who is now 4 years old. Because both parents are darn clever with pretty impressive vocabularies, this 4-year-old is unusually articulate.

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The title for this essay is important and your reaction to it may have ranged from giddy anticipation (“Is this Jack’s last column!”) to nervous apprehension (“Is this Jack’s last column?”) depending on which stance you take in the political spectrum — and that’s the point of this particular…

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I was speaking to the Comal County Democrats earlier this week.

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As a resident living on Lake Dunlap for more than 22 years and having attended some of the meetings regarding the rebuilding of the Lake Dunlap dam, I believe the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority is correct in their concerns over safety of the remaining four dams/lakes along the Guadalupe Ri…

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If newcomers walk into a Protestant church on Sunday and hear an organ playing, and see hymnals, the odds are good that between 50 and 250 people will be in the pews.

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I’m curious about Mike Schneider’s, Associated Press reporter, purpose in his article, “Census figures show economic gap narrows with citizenship.”

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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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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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Mark Sanford, the former representative and governor of South Carolina, has now joined former representative Joe Walsh and former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld in challenging President Trump for the 2020 Republican presidential nomination.

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The Guadalupe Valley Lakes got a bit of a reprieve on Wednesday night, but there’s no guarantee as to how long it will last. 

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While everyone talks about efficient government and fair taxes, achieving this requires everyone’s effort.

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“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” 

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