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Texas State Dining Services and the University Police Department are partnering up to serve Hays County first responders lunch Thursday. Daily Record file photo

Texas State to host appreciation lunch for first responders

Texas State University is honoring the service of first responders — every day and especially during the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic — with an appreciation lunch on Thursday, May 14, 11 a.m

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UNICEF Kid Power is a program of UNICEF USA that gives kids the power to save lives by connecting their everyday activity to real-world impact. Photos courtesy of UNICEF

Kids can save lives while being active at home

As millions of people across the globe social distance and self-quarantine to help prevent further spread of the novel coronavirus, kids and families can help save lives by getting active at home. 

A Word About Recycling with Ollie Maier

Last week, while on the topic of recycling plastic, we closed with an item from the New York Times. They reported a French firm is making a watch from recycled plastic materials of fishing nets and the waste plastic found floating in oceans. I commented that I couldn’t help but wonder if it smells fishy — I haven’t bought one yet so don’t know the answer to my curiosity.

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