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Hance Roy Ivor was born in 1880 and lived on the family farm in Saskatchewan, Canada. He gained a modest amount of fame at age 10 when he discovered the first nest and eggs ever found of the Richardson’s merlin.
Texas State’s Department of Theatre and Dance, in collaboration with Humanities Texas, is hosting the 20th annual Black and Latino Playwrights Celebration (BLPC) from Aug. 29 to Sept. 4.
Tempting Tomatoes Patio Sunshine on porch or deck can produce a bounty of tomatoes.
Photos by Norman Winter
Tempting Tomatoes Goodhearted is small in stature but huge in production perfect for the porch, patio or deck
Most gardeners think spring is the best time for gardening. But if you haven't tried a fall garden, consider putting one in now because it can be the best garden you have.
Above, Taquitos Mi Rancho food truck located at 651 East St. in San Marcos. Below, four mini taquitos from Taquitos Mi Rancho. Two tacos came with carnitas and two came with pastor. Both were topped with queso fresco and served with grilled onions, raw onions, cilantro, lime, and red and green salsa on the side. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo & Lance Winter
Sometimes curiosity gets the best of you.
Sirena del Rio, the Indigenous Mermaid of the San Marcos River, will offer a Native American water blessing at Ramon Lucio Park on Saturday.
My backyard birdbath is a popular place these hot summer days and one species that delights in cooling off there is a large black vulture.
Q. I saw on the news a report that something called monkeypox is spreading. Should I be concerned? Is it a virus?
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