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How satisfied are you with the length of time you spend at your doctor’s office? Could you say your doctor knows you personally? Ever waited weeks or months for an appointment? These questions highlight concerns about the way primary care medicine typically is practiced. Even some physicians have grown frustrated that the current system prevents them from providing high quality patient care.

Dental Digest

In the fall most companies offer their employees the opportunity to change health and dental insurance plans. Called open enrollment, this is the one time annually you can compare offers and make a selection. It’s wise to carefully consider your benefit package. Even if your employer does offer dental coverage, you might be surprised to find it doesn’t include everything you think it does, includes a surprising deductible or maxes out at a certain dollar figure.

Student Spotlight

School started early this year for Johnson High School senior Bella Benfield. As co-captain of the Jaguar varsity cheerleading team, she’s been hard at work all summer preparing Johnson’s 32 cheerleaders for the upcoming season. Co-captain duties include leading the teams through practice, which can include taking over if cheer coach Mandy Martinez is away.

Pet Tip

It’s happened more times than you can count. You are driving or walking in your neighborhood, and you see a dog on the loose. Looking around, there’s no owner in sight. Upon closer inspection, the pup seems healthy, he might even be wearing a collar. Your heart breaks because you want to help. What’s the best way to reunite this runaway with his frantic family?

Medical Minute
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We’re getting back to normal routines that bring us into contact with more cold, flu and Covid germs, just as the fall allergy season picks up. How can you tell if your sniffles are something concerning? Should a runny nose keep you home from work or school?

Alzheimers Event

Chances are you or someone you know has lost a loved one to Alzheimer’s. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, one in three seniors dies from it or another dementia, and more than 6 million live with the disease in America alone. Like so many of you, David Cohn and his colleagues at Perspective Wealth of Steward Partners have personally experienced a relative’s struggle.


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Check out our Events Calendar

New Park

If you build it – they will come. The dream became reality May 17 when the long-awaited Classen-Steubing Ranch Park opened in Stone Oak. Ball fields, playground, paved path and trails soon will be filled by people healthily and happily enjoying the great outdoors.

Wish List

Sometimes San Antonio’s city programs seem far away and of little impact or interest in Stone Oak. District 9’s Councilman John Courage wanted to find a way to engage the community and bring dollars to benefit his district directly. In 2018 he launched the first participatory budget, soliciting feedback from District 9 constituents about projects that would make a difference to its residents.

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The most romantic day of the year is right around the corner. Why not use your Valentine’s Day celebration to jump start your commitment to your marriage? According to social science experts, the number one predictor of people’s global happiness is the quality of their marriage.

New Years Baby

While most of us were blowing horns or making a toast at 12 as the year advanced to 2023, Lauren Jacks was celebrating in a more memorable way. She ushered in the New Year with the delivery of her daughter, Avery, who arrived at two seconds past midnight at Stone Oak’s North Central Baptist Hospital.

Smart Driving Event

Johnson High School held is annual Safe Driving Event at lunchtime on Friday, Sept. 23, sponsored by the PTSA Smart Driving Club. The immersive experience reminds teens about the importance of making smart choices behind the wheel.

Senior Center Opens

The Mayor, District 9 City Councilman John Courage and other local dignitaries officially opened the Walker Ranch Senior Center on Monday, Aug. 1, at 10 a.m. Those in attendance were entertained by both a mariachi band and folkloric dancers.

Second Place
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The Ronald Reagan High School Girls Golf Team’s State Championship win garnered them an invitation to the National High School Golf Invitational (NHSGA) at Pinehurst Resort in Pinehurst, North Carolina last month.

The Chosen Race

Interested in a way to use your passion for running to give back? Walkers, looking for a fitness challenge? Sign up for The Two Rivers Half Marathon & 5K– formerly known as The Chosen – The Prettiest Race in Texas.

Bank of America

Bank of America today announced four San Antonio high school juniors and seniors were selected a Student Leaders® (#BofAStudentLeaders), an eight-week summer internship providing students with first-hand experience in serving their communities.


Looking for elevated street food featuring authentic flavors of Mexico? Drive east on Evans Road just across US Highway 281 to Panfila, located in the northeast corner of the Bulverde and Evans Roads, 22250 Bulverde Rd., suite 114.

Trilogy Burger
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Stone Oak residents will notice the loss of another local restaurant that couldn’t survive COVID disruptions. Trilogy Burger Bistro, located at 20079 Stone Oak Parkway, closed for business March 4 after only two years.


We’re all looking forward to gathering to celebrate Easter with friends and family this year. Cracking cascarones is just one way San Antonians add their own flair to the holiday. 

P. Terrys

P. Terry’s Burger Stand, the popular Austin burger chain, has now opened a second location in San Antonio — this time, in Stone Oak. The second location officially opened Tuesday at 22607 N. US Hwy 281.

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