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Hays County Sheriff Gary Cutler swears in new deputies and correctional officers. Photos by Deputy Mark Andrews

HCSO holds annual awards ceremony

Hays County Sheriff’s Office deputies, and civilians, were recently recognized, promoted and sworn-in at an awards ceremony presided over by Sheriff Gary Cutler, who presented agency awards to the following

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Pictured left to right: League of Women Voters President Linda Calvert, LWV Board member Jeannie Lewis, Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra, LWV Vice President Dorothy Knight, Becerra’s Chief of Staff Alex Villalobos, and Becerra’s Executive Assistant Anita Collins. League of Women Voters photo

League of Women Voters to host meeting on ‘Safeguarding Voting Rights in Hays County’

Hays County Commissioners and Election Administrator Jennifer Anderson are moving forward in two areas to improve future elections. The Commissioners Court has approved petitioning the state to pilot the use

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"Fiddler on the Roof," will open at Bass Concert Hall on Tuesday, April 2. The Broadway production centers around the Jewish community in the Russian shtetl of Anatevka in 1905. At left, the main character Tevye's eldest daughter Tzeitel and Motel, the tailor, celebrate their wedding, as one of the central romantic plots in the production. Photos by Joan Marcus

'Fiddler on the Roof' A relevant story between head & heart

In 1964, when “Fiddler on the Roof” first opened on Broadway, audiences embraced the show as a timeless, heartwarming story about the Jewish community. At that time, it was the

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In a room awash with red, white and blue, Ketema Guta stands as his native country of Ethiopia is called out during the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services’  fourth annual Naturalization Ceremony at Texas State University. The ceremony welcomed 248 new U.S. citizens. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

248 take oath of citizenship

It’s a status that many are born into, but for others, U.S. citizenship is the reward at the end of an arduous path.


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