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Above, Aviator Pizza & Drafthouse's Major Tom: a 9-inch pizza with  a red sauce base, pepperoni, sage sausage, red onions, green peppers, and fresh portabella mushrooms. Below, Aviator's Meat Almighty — a pizza topped with pepperoni, sage sausage, ground beef, pit smoked ham and bacon on a red sauce base. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter & Nick Castillo

Foodie Friday: Aviator Pizza & Drafthouse

If you travel north on Interstate 35 to Kyle and head down Kohler’s Crossing you’ll find a pizza place nestled into a trendy, beautiful shopping strip, the likes of which is not seen anywhere else

'I GET EMOTIONAL'

Terry McDowell, US Army Psyops 2008-09 and Afghanistan veteran. McDowell recently shared his thoughts about his experience in Afghanistan and the U.S. military's recent departure from the country. Above, McDowell takes a break and pets a dog during his deployment in Afghanistan. Photo courtesy of Terry McDowell

'I GET EMOTIONAL'

Above, Terry McDowell, US Army Reserve 2008-09, during his deployment in Afghanistan. McDowell recently shared his thoughts about his experience in Afghanistan and the U.S. military's recent departure from the country. Photo courtesy of Terry McDowell.

'I GET EMOTIONAL': San Marcos veteran shares experience in Afghanistan, reaction to US leaving

The images coming out of Afghanistan are gut wrenching now that American forces no longer occupy the region. Following 20 years of American treasure and talent on behalf of its soldiers, it took only a matter of days before Taliban forces regained the country. According to the Associated Press, the ultimate beneficiary of the $83 billion American investment turned out to be the Taliban. They grabbed not only political power on the world stage but also U.S. supplied firepower — guns, ammunition, helicopters and more.

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Above, an Hermanos lunch special, which included a beef filled enchilada topped with melted cheese, a chalupa, rice, refried beans and a drink for just $9. Below, Hermanos's migas plate.  Daily Record photos by Lance Winter & Nick Castillo

Foodie Friday: Hermanos

Something’s going on in Martindale.

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Above, Los Vega's picadillo plate — s stewed ground beef with onions, potatoes and jalapenos served with a side of refried beans, rice, guacamole and flour tortillas. Below, Los Vega's beef enchiladas served with refried beans and rice.  Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo & Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Los Vega

There’s a saying — “No one ever leaves a Mexican Restaurant in a bad mood.”

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John Hardy and his staff at Divided Sky Roofing made a donation to CASA of Central Texas last week.. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

FOR THE CHILDREN: Divided Sky Roofing, Rotary Club make donations to CASA

The mission of Court Appointed Special Advocates of Central Texas is to advocate for abused and neglected children in the courts, school, and child welfare system by training and supporting communi

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