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Fighting a strong wind, Kelly Stone works quickly to snap a skirt onto Aunt Flow, the USCA C-1 boat she’ll be racing in during a training run in Seadrift, Texas. The skirt will help keep water out of the boat as Stone navigates the choppy waters of the San Antonio Bay. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Local woman prepares to tackle Texas Water Safari

Kelly Stone makes her way down the stairs of her apartment building on South LBJ Drive to the parking lot below as she does several times a week.

Dr. Kate Spradley examines a set of remains from an individual who died after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border at Operation Identification’s research facility at Texas State University. Operation Identification is a service project, founded by Spradley, that aims to identify the human remains of those who died crossing the border in certain Texas counties and return them to their families. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Texas State's Operation ID aims to restore migrants' identities

In the storage room in Texas State University’s Osteology Research and Processing Laboratory, forensic anthropologist Dr.

Above, Precinct 5 Constable John Ellen and Precinct 1 Constable David L. Peterson display the memorial wreath at the front of the room for the annual ceremony for Peace Officers Memorial Day in the Hays County Government Center. Hosted by the Fraternal Order of Police, Hill Country Lodge #23, the ceremony honors all law enforcement officers who have perished in the line of duty. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Hays County honors fallen officers

Police officers filled the rotunda of the Hays County Government Center on Wednesday.

Gavin Cosper stays in a crouch as he watches his bowling ball slowly make its way down the lane during the Mother-Son Bowling event at Sunset Bowling Lanes. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Mothers and sons go bowling

Chelsea Romanowski keeps a careful eye on her 4-year-old son Izaiah as he runs again and again to the ball return to pick up his bowling ball to try and


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