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.
In late June, the newspaper wrote in this space about how it was shifting its COVID-19 coverage as cases declined — Comal County was staying in the 100-200 active case range — and the data seemed to be stabilizing.
There were people. There was food. There were smiles and laughter. And, yes, there was beer as organizers gave media and others a tour of the Wurstfest grounds.
One of the most emblematic political photographs of recent times was taken during a G7 summit in Canada in 2018. Leaning forward across a narrow table with hands outstretched, a grim-faced Angela Merkel confronts Donald Trump, who sits with his arms folded, refusing to meet her eye. Emmanuel…
The Herald-Zeitung does more than a few stories about transportation each year. That makes sense. After all, it doesn’t matter what a community offers if you can’t get there.
Kudos to New Braunfels and Comal County for being the kind of place that people want to live. Lots and lots and lots of people, according to the Census data released last week.
If you’re reading this in print early on Saturday morning, thank your newspaper carrier who drove around the area, tossing the Herald-Zeitung onto sidewalks, driveways and slipping them into those blue tubes that dot the roadways around Comal County.