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Since motion pictures started in the early 20th century there has been a steady progression of technology. 

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Comal County continues to provide new and exciting underground surprises. The proposal to convert 1,500 acres of Hill Country land into an open-pit mine and limestone quarry, and the deluge of recent applications to discharge wastewater into pristine streams and creeks, has ignited interest …

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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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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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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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Journalism professors at Christian colleges and universities know the drill all too well.

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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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While Gov. Greg Abbott has gotten a lot of attention in August, it hasn’t necessarily been his best month.

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What a great morning it was today to get out and run/walk to get the old blood flowing. I recall my dad making morning events very special. Since he worked shift work, our mornings together came around only so often.

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No one will recall the two weeks leading up to Labor Day 2019 as a turning point in the country’s political history. Vacationers left their lakeside retreats or ended their seashore holidays; parents bought school supplies or moved nervous first-year college students into freshly scrubbed do…

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When it comes to mainstream journalism, it’s hard to imagine a stronger brand than The New Yorker.

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One of the advantages that I have found of having earned gray hair and lines on my face is that it’s become almost impossible to see issues in only one dimension. Things tend to be complicated. In the case of environmental issues, some people like to set up two opposing positions. You’re eit…

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So far, four Democratic presidential candidates — Eric Swalwell, John Hickenlooper, Seth Moulton and Jay Inslee — have dropped out of the 2020 race. What is amazing is that the number is only four, and that 21 Democrats are still running.

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Twenty-two-year-old Cyla Allen gives the appearance of a vivacious, self-confident and outgoing young woman who has the world at her feet. 

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 Texas could be a focal point for the 2020 elections — even if the state doesn’t support a Democrat over Republican Donald Trump.

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Water is the world’s most precious resource. While 70% of the earth is covered in water, only 2.5% is safe for consumption. To ensure high-quality, water that’s free of contaminants, it must also be free from pollutants.

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The closing of another summer in New Braunfels seems to be coming too soon. Weren’t we just honoring our American heroes on Memorial Day in May?

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Americans who have been paying attention to arguments about religion in recent years know that two statistics have caused the most chatter in the digital public square, as well as coverage in the old-school press.

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There will be much to learn in Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s upcoming report on the Trump-Russia investigation, but most of it will likely boil down to just two questions: One, how much did the Obama Justice Department spy on the Trump campaign? And two, was it justified?

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