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Mayor John Thomaides proclaims July 7 Fallen Law Enforcement Officer Day. Front row from left are Wade Parham, Chief of Police Chase Stapp, Fred Wisener, Vincent DeLuna and Jessica Robison; second row Mayor John Thomaides, Jeff Latham, Byron Mobley, City Council Member Lisa Prewitt, Lee Leonard, Lisa Rodriguez, Mike Aurora, Lisa Dvorak, Mary Rodemyer, Freddy Marmolejo, Sandra Gray, Marcus McMullin, Angela Gonzales, Rosanna Wisener, Fran Soto, Roya Williamson, Monika Lacey, Charlotte Lund, Cindy Lantigua, Rachel Ervin, Jenny Lynch and Jehu Derrickson. Don Anders photo

Fallen Law Enforcement Officer Day

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Three vehicles — two passenger cars and a pickup — were involved in a crash on Ranch Road 12 near Hugo Road Sunday evening. Traffic along the road was completely stopped for about an hour. There was no immediate word on injuries. Photo by Susan Carper Hanson

Weekend wreck sends 5 people to hospital

Five people were transported to the hospital with injuries after a car wreck on Ranch Road 12 between Wimberley and San Marcos over the weekend.

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Producer Karim Hajj (left) and director Rick Rowley (right) film as ProPublica reporter A.C. Thompson speaks with staff Reporter Robin Blackburn on her coverage of local white supremacist activity.  The interview will be included in a two-part PBS/Frontline documentary on white supremacist activity across the country scheduled to air in August and October.  Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Investigative reporters interview SMDR staffer

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