As a business owner, you can’t afford to ignore your competition. You can’t afford to miss out on the trends affecting your industry. You can’t afford to alienate customers. And
When it comes to our faults or flaws or self-inflicted strongholds it is always easier for other people to see them than for us to see them. We often go
A few years ago I was happily invited to discuss my religious beliefs with another minister. This sincere man who had built a growing church wanted to share a meal
This past Tuesday City Manager Ron Bowman announced to his staff and to City Council that he will be retiring in July 2020 after 39 years of service to the
Aesop’s fable of “The Boy who Cried Wolf” concerns the shepherd boy who continually tricked villagers into thinking that a wolf was attacking his flock. When a wolf actually appeared,
“America has been a beacon of democratic ideals for the world. If we succumb to the fever of right-wing nationalism, it will have consequences far beyond our borders.” – Rep.
“We are Boerne.” That was the dominant message relayed over and over again last Friday morning as the Boerne Independent School District conducted its opening convocation for faculty and staff.
As hot and dry as it’s been lately, it’s getting harder and harder to find things to write about in this column. Please don’t give up on me. It will
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