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Our representatives in Washington have spent months talking about investing in infrastructure. It’s time to do something.

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The legal status of abortion has been hotly contested for over three decades at every level of American society, from school board races to presidential elections. 

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The chasm of intolerance is widening between ‘rogue’ anti-vaxxers with their ‘middle finger’ attitude and the sophisticated condescension of self-appointed vaccination overlords. 

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I have two children who are Unicorns and I want the best opportunities for them and their futures — as any parent, grandparent, or person who cares about this community should desire for their own children. Right now, we have the opportunity to enhance the potential for all of our community’…

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It is no secret that COVID-19 has disrupted life as we know it. Since March 2020, many people find themselves second guessing decisions that were once made without hesitation. That includes scheduling a routine checkup or exam. Now is the time, ladies, to push excuses and reasoning to the ba…

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Treatment decisions for a patient are made based upon the pathology diagnosis provided on a tissue sample. 

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When Texas Senate Bill 8 (SB8) took effect on Sept. 1, a wave of “Wait… What?” traveled from Austin to every corner of the United States, gaining velocity and strength as it went. 

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Speaking truth is easier than it seems. I have been crafting it for years, the simple guide line for truth is the Bible. The book of truth our country was founded on. 

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The Water Oriented Recreation District Board of Directors (WORD BoD) took a recent action in substantially reducing tax rates imposed on visitors at its Sept. 15, 2021 meeting, but not publicly announce this until a Sept. 28 press release.  

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While debating heretics, early Christians used the Greek term “hypostasis” — meaning “substance” and “subsistence” — to help define their belief in the Incarnation of Jesus as one person, yet with divine and human natures.

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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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