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Kyle City Councilwoman Daphne Tenorio stands in front of her family's historic dancehall and grocery, Tenorio's Village, that she is working to get on the Texas Film Commission’s website as a potential film location. Daily Record photos by Rachel Willis

Hays County makes film-friendly push

Hays County is a film-friendly place. The cities of San Marcos, Kyle, Buda and Dripping Springs have all been certified as Film-Friendly cities and many film productions like “Boyhood,” “The

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The Great Kiskadee is found from Texas to Argentina and is also very common in Bermuda, where it was introduced in the 1950s. Freeuse photo

Exploring Nature: Birding Festival

If you like birding festivals, you need to head south in November. Specifically, you need to attend the 26th annual Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival, set for Nov. 6-10 in

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San Marcos River Rollers travel team the Merciless Mermaids recently took on the Yellow Rose Derby Girl's Gang of Thorns in Rosenberg. Merciless Mermaid StrawberrySTOMPcake leaps through the pack during the bout. Photos by Stan Martin Photography

River Rollers host Derby 101 Clinic

San Marcos' first and only roller derby league, the San Marcos River Rollers, are offering a free Derby 101 Clinic on Aug. 11 from 6-8 p.m. to get new skaters rolling.

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Paratus Diagnostics won the Dick Burdick Award in 2017 for its trademark for a low-cost high-speed diagnostic device that can sample a variety of biological samples for diagnostic needs by simply switching out a cartridge. Shown are Dr. Shannon Wiegman, Dr. John Carrano, and Roland Schneider. Daily Record file photos by Rachel Willis

Nominees sought for 2019 Burdick Award

The Greater San Marcos Partnership’s Innovation Award Selection Committee is currently seeking nominations of local companies throughout the Greater San Marcos region (Hays and Caldwell counties) t

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Food waste makes up approximately 8 percent of all global greenhouse gas emissions, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). But some small changes can go a long way toward reducing waste. Photo by Feng Yu / stock.Adobe.com

Eliminating food waste

A large amount of food in the U.S. is never eaten.

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