Three weeks after winning the 2022 Scripps National Spelling Bee, Harini Logan, was presented with the first Key to the Alamo award on Friday afternoon.
We can’t accomplish our mission without support from everyone in the community, and that includes the business community.
The Heron remains a tiny nonprofit newsroom, and we continue to work toward becoming self-financed. That said, we recently achieved a few milestones we’re excited to share.
The San Antonio Heron’s Board of Directors has now expanded to include five additional members as of early this year.
Thousands of people attended Celebrate San Antonio, the city’s official New Year’s Eve gathering in front of Hemisfair on Friday night.
Though I had gone into Botanica Los Misterios to interview the owner about the herb shop’s maintenance during the Covid-19 pandemic, our conversation took a turn when he mentioned El Niño Fidencio, a Mexican curandero.
The San Antonio Heron has been selected to receive $5,000 in matching funds from NewsMatch for our dedication to serving communities of color in San Antonio. This bonus was made possible with support from Knight Foundation, Meta Journalism Project, and the Walton Family Foundation.
The San Antonio Heron, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt news organization, is seeking applicants for its board of directors.
As we approach the end of the year, NewsMatch should play a huge role in our organization becoming self-financed some time next year.
You may have never read The Ranger, San Antonio College’s student newspaper, or cared much about what was going on on campus, but I guarantee you’ve felt the impact of SAC’s journalism and photography department.