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The Fall colors are on full display at Texas State University's campus. A view of the trees next to bodies of water that are remnants of a U.S. Federal Fish Hatchery, surrounding the Theatre Center and J.C. Kellam Administration Building. Daily Record photos by Gerald Castillo

Happy Thanksgiving

What has three syllables and ends with Tums? Thanks-giv-ing. 

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An A-37 “Dragonfly” fighter, which Ollie Maier flew during his time U.S. Air Force, flies through the air.  Photos courtesy of Ollie Maier 

Fighter pilot recalls Vietnam War

During the Vietnam War, thousands of U.S. aircraft fell casualty to anti-aircraft artillery, surface-to-air missiles and fighter jet opposition. All total, it’s estimated America lost 10,000 aircraft; 3,700 airplanes, 5,607

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The old Hays County Jail was vacated in 1937, and is said to be haunted by the ghost of Anna Schulze (Schroeder, Hauptreif). In the early morning hours of October 31, 1924, Anna would be found hanging from her jail cell door. She was expecting her second child in the coming winter, and inevitably the death sentence for multiple counts of homicide. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

A San Marcos serial killer

Her lifeless body hung from the bars of the jail cell door in San Marcos. 

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Central Texas Medical Center held its Stars of Texas Gala on Sunday, honoring Pink Heals Hays County. Above, Anthony Stahl and Kathleen Chomel hold a plaque received at Sunday's gala, which honored Pink Heals' work. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

Pink Heals Hays County honored at CTMC Stars of Texas Gala

The Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC) Foundation honored Pink Heals Hays County for its philanthropic work locally, during its Stars of Texas Gala. 


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