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Fort Hood soldiers sentenced to federal prison

MCALLEN, Texas (ValleyCentral) — Two Fort Hood soldiers have been ordered to federal prison for conspiring to transport undocumented migrants from McAllen to San Antonio. On June 13, 2021, Emmanuel Oppongagyare, 22, and Ralph Gregory Saint-Joie, 19, attempted to pass through the Hebbronville Border Patrol Checkpoint while wearing their army-issued uniforms, according to the U.S. […]
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Several San Antonio roads closed for Siclovia

SAN ANTONIO — A number of streets near downtown San Antonio will be closed for much of the day Sunday as Síclovía brings people outside. The YMCA of Greater San Antonio organizes the event that turns city streets into a safe place for exercise and play. Participants will be enjoying walking, biking, exercise classes, activities for youth, treats for their pets, food trucks and more as part of the free event.
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Upset patrons attend Town Hall on St. Mary's traffic concerns

Uproar has ensued over the N. St. Mary's strip, due to ongoing traffic concerns. Concerns mainly affected by construction that began in 2019. Construction pushing back customers for business establishments along the popular street. Other concerns came from residents who live near the area and are frustrated with bar patrons taking up parking space and trashing, or even, defecating on front lawns.
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2023-24 enrollment is open for many San Antonio choice schools

With the 2022-23 school year underway, many parents and caregivers of school-age kids might feel like they can take a breath. But for those whose kids will be moving to a new school next year because they’re aging out of an elementary or middle school, they’re new to town or are simply looking for a better fit for their student, the enrollment period for most Choice Schools in San Antonio has begun.
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