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The storm that moved through the area on July 4 drenched parts of Hays County with rain. Meteorologists said the large amount of lightning over Central Texas on Wednesday is typical of summertime storms. According to the National Weather Service, the peak wind gust at the San Marcos Airport on Wednesday was 41 miles per hour. One local rain gauge showed 2.5 inches. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo 

And the rain came Fourth

The storm system that moved through Central Texas on Independence Day left inches of rain, numerous downed limbs, canceled plans and power outages in its wake.

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The combined Sandoval and Serna families wave from their float as the annual Fourth of July parade makes its way down Main Street in Martindale. The parade is a favorite tradition among residents with music, candy tossing and a wide variety of floats and marchers for bystanders to enjoy. Look for more photos from the parade in Sunday’s edition. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Martindale Fourth

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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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