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This is a call to arms and a call to open and giving hearts — such that the Meals On Wheels Program administered by the Comal County Senior Center — will never again have to be desperate for drivers on any given day. 

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For the first six months of my life, I was part of a happy little Texas family. I’ve seen photos showing my then-14-year-old brother, Guy, smiling along with our dad as my mom cradled newborn me in her arms. But my family was torn apart when a drunk driver killed my parents, Leslie and Joe C…

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The upcoming Supreme Court case about abortion is about more than a Mississippi law and Roe v. Wade. It’s an opportunity for a nation to look in the mirror. We end the lives of unborn babies in United States. We sever the most precious relationship there is — between a mother and a child — a…

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While the governor and local governments duke it out over mask mandates, it’s not just K-12 schools that are unsure how to proceed. Universities are also starting to welcome students back amid concern that COVID-19 is threatening another school year.

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The first episode of the “Ancient Aliens” cable TV series promised to show that the growth of intelligent life on this planet had help that came from the stars.

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On full display is the unimaginable incompetence of the Biden administration. Our allies are stunned at our ineptitude while our enemies mock us — as they should.

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From the moment COVID-19 emerged in the United States, we have all been asked to make sacrifices to protect ourselves, our families and our neighbors from this terrible virus. At Ascension Seton — and health systems everywhere — our caregivers have worked long hours on the front lines to car…

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On July 12 Democratic representatives fled their duty and left for Washington, D.C., avoiding quorum, debate and voting in the Texas Legislature on proposed election laws.   

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As fictional creations, classics of literature may afford  a whale ship load of insights into the human condition if we read them with an open and receptive mind. And if we reread them later in life. 

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The other day I was sitting in the car in a parking lot with Mireya, who is now inexplicably almost 19. Out of nowhere she asked me how much horsepower my car had.

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Summer is in full swing, and with the unusual rain and respite from the heat, we have green pastures, happy animals and excited visitors ready for their safari adventure.

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The entire nation continues to mourn over the deaths and those still missing in Champlain Tower South in Surfside, Florida. We learn that the failure of infrastructure maintenance to correct corrosions at its base will be followed by further discoveries of its inability to stand. The loss of…

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Editor’s note: The first portion of this column appeared in the weekend edition of the Herald-Zeitung.

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Femicide is the killing of a woman or girl by a man simply because she is female. Honduras, where femicide is the second leading killer, has been called the most dangerous place on Earth to be female. According to Honduras’ Center for Women’s Rights, one woman is murdered every 16 hours ther…

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Never leave anything in your vehicle you do not want stolen, right? The same thing applies to an electrical device that can reach the internet. Do you have the internet connected ALL the time? Why? 

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Two years ago, we announced the birthing of the inaugural event — Runway of Honor with the spirit of honoring, paying tribute, and celebrating the servant hearts of the many families, friends, and community members who are everyday heroes.  

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He’s made millions, he’s made headlines, and he’s held two Ultimate Fighting Championship belts in two weight classes simultaneously. However, Irish-born UFC superstar “The Notorious” Connor McGregor has yet to secure a win in the octagon since January of last year.

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We’re more than a year into this pandemic, and things are looking better — at least here in Texas. 

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