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Today is Juneteenth, which marks the day in the 19th century when slaves were officially freed in the deep south. Slavery ended slowly after the 13th amendment was passed, because many former slave states did not know that it had been ratified. Thus, General Gordon Granger issued an official order that freed the slaves in […]

La Prensa de San Antonio Publisher Nina Duran announced in a Facebook post Monday, June 11th that San Antonio’s largest bilingual newspaper is shutting down. The move came days after the paper announced they were planning to cease print operations. Not to be confused with the upcoming bilingual news source, La Prensa Texas, Duran explained […]

New Bexar County Democratic Chair Sworn In: Monica Ramirez Alcantara has officially been sworn in as the new Chair of the Bexar County Democratic Party. She was victorious in her first official bid for publicly elected office, securing 67% of the vote against controversial incumbent Manuel Medina’s 33%. Chairwoman Alcantara had previously worked as a […]

The Huffington Post covered June eleventh’s North Korea-United States summit in Singapore, offering analysis on the strategies of both Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump: “SINGAPORE ― After hours of closed-door discussions in a Singapore hotel on Tuesday, President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un concluded their historic meeting with the signing […]

In an interview yesterday with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, former Spurs player Dennis Rodman got emotional over the summit and meeting to occur between President Trump and Supreme Leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un. The basketball player was one of the first Americans to ever meet the North Korean leader, when he visited the country […]

Dead Southsider Inspires UHS Tax Cut Who says that ordinary people can’t make a difference? Thousands of Bexar County senior citizens will receive a $10,000 dollar property tax exemption for University Health System (UHS) taxes, thanks to the late southsider Robert Koenig’s suggestion to Commissioner Tommy Calvert of Bexar County’s Precinct 4. In June of […]

A resolution was passed by SAWS Board of Trustees approving amendments to the SAWS Utility Service Regulations in favor of small businesses. The Single Customer Extension Payment Plan assists individual customers with the costs for SAWS’ extension of water and wastewater services to their residence or small business. This payment plan applies to single-family residential […]

The Bexar County Commissioner’s Court voted on Tuesday, June 5, 2018  to approve a 100 percent tax incentive for HEB lasting for 10 years. This move allows the grocery company to build a new distribution and manufacturing center in rural East Bexar County.    The incentive will relieve HEB of over $3.8 million in taxes […]

Petitions have been signed and now San Antonio Mayor and City Councilmembers are conducting the Final VOTE on honoring San Antonio “Hole in the Wall” Blue’s legend Mel Waiters. Join at Municipal Plaza to show your support this Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 8:30a.m., 114 W. Commerce St. Mel Waiters, a native San Antonian, was […]

San Antonio, Texas — Community leaders gathered at Bexar County Courthouse to voice their opposition to hosting the Republican National Convention in the Alamo City. While multiple cities normally submit competitive bids to host this multi-million dollar convention, so far only one city has bid for the 2020 Convention where Trump is set to be […]


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