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Republican and Democratic voters along the Interstate 10 West corridor have many choices to make during March 6 primaries, determining who’ll be on the ballot in the November general election. One of the most-talked-about races concerns the vacancy lef…
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Six months into his first term as San Antonio’s mayor, Ron Nirenberg has sought to make solid impressions on various local issues, and even wider ones, such as climate change. However, annexation, transportation, growth management and cultural inclusiv…
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From fleeing South American political upheavals to suffering a life-threatening injury, Frank Hakspiel never gave up, and today, he’s literally a pillar of the Northside Independent School District community. The 1991 Clark High School graduate, Navy v…
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About 35,000 people descend on the University of Texas at San Antonio’s Loop 1604 main campus during the week, and with only 12,000 parking spaces, spots quickly disappear. Driving has become a frustration for many at UTSA, despite university and Stude…
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FAIR OAKS RANCH — The city’s maintenance supervisor has built a refuge for a very special kind of guest — monarch butterflies. “I have seen a couple of them already this year straggle through, so I’m hoping for a lot of ‘business,’” said …