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Lance Winter

Contact Lance Winter at lwinter@sanmarcosrecord.com.

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Above, Edisa Cardinet, a San Antonio native, throws a toy into a pool during dock diving competition at K9 Water World in San Marcos. Below, a dog dives into the pool to catch a toy thrown. Dock diving is a competition where a dog’s owner tosses a toy into the air as the dog launches to catch it before landing in the water. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

Dock diving dogs make a splash

Just add water!

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Above, Rollin' Bowl's Red Curry, which came with chicken, onion, bell pepper, bamboo, basil and broccoli. Daily Record photo by  Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Rollin' Bowl

Rollin' Bowl is an Asian fusion restaurant that specializes in Sushi, Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese foods.

But have you ever wondered where food fusion comes from?  

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The City of San Marcos held a grand opening for San Marcos Fire Station #2. Above, kids in attendance help during the event's "push-in" ceremony. Below, Fire Chief Les Stephens smiles as a kid helps clean the fire truck. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

FIREHOUSE FESTIVITIES: Community turns out for grand opening of station #2

COVID 19 threw a kink in the opening of San Marcos Fire Station #2 last December.

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A one-time Waco attorney arrested in a murder-for-hire plot died in a motorcycle crash near Wimberley on Thursday.Chelsea Tijerina Beaudin, 34, was pronounced dead at the scene. Photo by Dalton Sweat/The Wimberley View

Former Waco attorney embroiled in murder-for-hire plot dies in crash near Wimberley

A one-time Waco attorney arrested in a murder-for-hire plot died in a motorcycle crash near Wimberley on Thursday.

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Go Wheels Up! Texas is scheduled to take place Saturday and Sunday at the San Marcos Regional Airport. Gates open at noon each day. Above, planes fly over Go Wheels Up! during its inaugural year in 2019. The 2020 event was canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

THRILLING AVIATION: Go Wheels Up! Texas takes place this weekend at San Marcos Regional Airport

Folks from Hays County and the surrounding area can enjoy a front row seat to some aeronautical entertainment. VAST Concerts and Events are bringing back Go Wheels Up!

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