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Above, Jobell Cafe & Bistro's half sandwich and cup of soup, featuring an avocado and tomato grilled cheese sandwich and southwestern corn soup. Below, a Wagyu burger served with a 6-ounce patty, jalapeno bacon, goat cheese, pickles, spring mix on a poppy seed kaiser roll and side of fries. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Jobell Cafe & Bistro

Hays County is full of great eating places — from food trucks to fine dining — it’s all here.

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Texas/Iowa Reclaimed, a newly opened business located on Ranch Road 12, is owned and operated by two business partner, Jules Middleton and Emilie Crockett (pictured above). Left, reclaimed soft wood showcased at the new business. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

HARDWOOD CHARM: Business partners open new venture focused on reclaiming, repurposing wood

It’s obvious the environmental benefits of reclaimed and repurposed wood.

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October marks the anniversary of Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting in Las Vegas — the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. Above, Anne and Robert Archambeault, who live in Dripping Springs, pose for a photo at the festival on Oct. 1, 2017. Below, country music superstar Jason Aldean performs at the event. The shooting occurred during his music set. Photos courtesy of Anne Archambeault

‘It was pure chaos’: Area woman recalls deadliest mass shooting in US

It was supposed to be a night of fun and musical entertainment.

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The Wimberley Valley Arts and Cultural Alliance revealed its latest fiberglass boot Tuesday evening at the popular eatery, Hays City Store. Above, Hilda Carpenter,  Kim Springer-Smith and Travis and Tamra Tindol, owners of Hays City Store stand next to the newly revealed boot. Below, the Tindol's work to unveil the newly installed boot art work. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

BOOTIFUL REVEAL: WVACA unveils newest boot creation at Hays City Store

It really is bootiful.

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Recently, a segment of James Buchanan (Buck) Winn’s “History of Ranching” mural was installed and unveiled at the Wimberley Valley Museum. Above, Winn’s daughter, Kathryn Winn Eoff (Tinka), poses next to her dad’s mural. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter. Below, a segment of the History of Ranching mural is also housed at the Alkek Library at Texas State University. Daily Record file photo

UNVEILING HISTORY: Buck Winn’s ‘History of Ranching’ mural finds new home in Wimberley

Buck Winn’s ‘History of Ranching’ mural finds new home in Wimberley


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