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Valerie Villarreal carefully carries a plant cage out of the way during a Saturday morning workday at the community garden behind St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Last Harvest Looming

Bright yellow sunflowers and the pink and orange booms of echinacea are visited by butterflies and bees as a gentle breeze wafts through the mid-morning air in the one-acre community

People in North American did not experience Friday night’s lunar eclipse but the so-called “blood moon” held up to its namesake as it rose over Hays County. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Blood moon

People in North American did not experience Friday night’s lunar eclipse but the so-called “blood moon” held up to its namesake as it rose over Hays County. Daily Record photo

Hays County Sheriff’s Office has received the Neighborhood Champion Award for receiving the most appreciation from residents in Hays County that are members of Nextdoor, a private social network for neighbors and communities. The HCSO is one of the 2,500 public agencies across the country who use Nextdoor. To learn more call 512-393-7373 or visit Nextdoor's website. Shown are (from left) Lieutenant Dennis Gutierrez, Sheriff Gary Cutler, and Lieutenant Todd Riffe. HCSO photo

HCSO receives Nextdoor Award

Hays County Sheriff’s Office has received the Neighborhood Champion Award for receiving the most appreciation from residents in Hays County that are members of Nextdoor, a private social network for

A trailer filled with 18 feral hogs caught in two traps between Luling and Wimberley wait for weighing at a game ranch. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

County waging war on feral hogs

Hays County has launched a new program to help reduce the feral hog population after receiving a grant from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Wildlife Services to assist residents with

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