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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

Gary Job Corps’ employee for the month of April was designated as the “Director’s Award” selected by the Center Director Patty Lankford. Pictured top left to right, with Director’s narrative for nomination of the following: “Booker Presley has been my steady source of support and is dedicated to the students we serve.” “Michael Sanchez has always been my trusted advisor on dealing with student behavior issues.” “Rafael Marzan, Deputy Center Director, has displayed amazing leadership skills and is a trusted advisor on student issues.” “Chris Roff’s positive approach and attention to detail has lead the Center in improvement of performance.” Bottom left to right, “Nicole Sanchez should change her title to Ms. Can-Do-It-All, in addition to her assigned duties, my go to person,” Patti Lankford, Center director. “Rosalinda Moreno has been a godsend, I couldn’t have asked for a more efficient, caring, responsive, dedicated, committed, and student-focused staff for my assistant.” “Stephanie Soileau came to her leadership role and made major improvements in her team’s moral and staff culture.” And “Randolph Goodman, he is known as the “Wonderful Day Guy” all over the center by students and staff, he provides the center with positive press and recognition on a weekly basis.” Gary Job Corps photo

Gary ‘Director’s Awards

Gary Job Corps’ employee for the month of April was designated as the “Director’s Award” selected by the Center Director Patty Lankford. Pictured top left to right, with Director’s narrative

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

Left to right, Hays County Local Health Department Director Tammy Crumley, Precinct 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, County Judge Ruben Becerra, Precinct 1 Commissioner Debbie Gonzales Ingalsbe, Local Health Department Epidemiologists Eric Schneider and Ian Harris, Precinct 3 Commissioner Lon Shell and Precinct 4 Commissioner Walt Smith. Hays County photo

County calls for awareness about TB

The Hays County Commissioners Court proclaimed March 24 as World TB Day in Hays County and reminded residents that TB (Mycobacterium Tuberculosis) remains a health threat locally and throughout the

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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