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Looking back at 2020 through the lens

With 2020 coming to an end, the Daily Record looks back at 2020 through the camera lens. Above, San Marcos sits quiet after Hays County issued a stay-at-home order to contain the spread of COVID-19 in March. Photo by Andy Heatwole

Looking back at 2020 through the lens

Gloria Martinez at Victory Cleaners makes a reusable mask. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Looking back at 2020 through the lens

Above, a parent picks up a meal for their child at San Marcos High School after the district halted normal operations in March. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Looking back at 2020 through the lens

Above, following the tragic killing of San Marcos Police Officer Justin Putnam on April 18, the community placed flowers on his patrol car parked outside city hall in remembrance. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Looking back at 2020 through the lens

Above middle, police officers and fire department officials salute as Putnam is brought home on April 19. San Marcos Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Looking back at 2020 through the lens

Above, an SMPD officer salutes the hearse carrying Putnam as a community member waves a "Back the Blue" flag, honoring the fallen officer. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Looking back at 2020 through the lens

Above left, a protest — one of many — took place at the Hays County Historic Courthouse on June 5, seeking justice for George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. A group of protesters hold signs saying "No Justice. No Peace" and "I will fight the fight my great grandparents started." Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Looking back at 2020 through the lens

Above middle, Hays County residents line up at the Hays County Government Center on Oct. 13 to cast their ballot early in the general election. Hays County saw a record turnout with nearly 110,000 residents casting their ballot. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Looking back at 2020 through the lens

Above right, freezing temperatures caused steam to rise from the San Marcos River at the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment on Dec. 17. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Looking back at 2020 through the lens

Sunday, December 27, 2020

With 2020 coming to an end, the Daily Record looks back at 2020 through the camera lens.

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