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Central Texas Medical Center is partnering with Community Action to offer 100 free mammograms to women in the community that don't have the means to pay for one, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Daily Record file photo

CTMC offering 100 free mammograms to community

In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC) is once again partnering with Community Action to offer 100 free mammograms to area women who do not have the

Honor Flight

World War II Veterans and brothers Sam and Lucky Knutson lead the procession of veterans with Honor Flight Austin as they are cheered and feted through the terminal while maki

Bluebonnet’s five member service centers in Bastrop, Brenham, Giddings, Lockhart and Manor will be illuminated with pink spotlights during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. BEC photo

BEC showing its support with colors – Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative’s buildings, vehicles and employees have gone gold in September to help put the spotlight on Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. When the calendar turns to October,

Fire Safety Month

SMFD Captain Brian Quackenbush tries to explain to the rowdy clown brothers Hoolie (firefighter Tanner McLean), Specs (firefighter Miles Maynor) and Chewie (Captain Sean Garri

Veterans attending a Meet and Greet at VFW Post 3413 learned of an Honor Flight arranged by Hays County Veterans Officer Jude Prather. The Hays County Bill Kolbe Memorial Flight (#53) leaves today for Washington, D.C. with some 40 veterans of World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War aboard. The VFW will hold a welcome home ceremony at Austin Bergstrom International Saturday at 6:30 p.m. VFW photo

Hays County Honor Flight taking off today

Brookdale San Marcos South resident Harvey Heflin is making the trip of a lifetime with the Honor Flight program.

Billie, played by Elizabeth Anne Steigelman, and Eddie, played by Craig Higdon, meet Washington D.C. socialites Mrs. Hedges, played by Melinda Ellisor, and Senator Hedges, played by Michael Nash. Photo by Mary Rath

Wimberley Players close out 'Born Yesterday' & host fundraiser

Garson Kanin’s "Born Yesterday" will be closing on the Wimberley Players stage this weekend, giving audiences a last chance to enjoy this American comedy-drama. 


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