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Above, a Frito pie spud from Spud Ranch. A behemoth potato with perfectly cooked and seasoned chili, along with cheddar cheese, Fritos, the butter most are accustomed to having on a baked potato, sour cream and chives. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter.

Foodie Friday: Spud Ranch

Got a Texas sized appetite? Well then, you’ll need a Texas sized meal! Look no further than the ranch — Spud Ranch.

A job well done

Hays-Caldwell Women's Center Executive Director Marla Johnson is preparing to retire from her position at the center. She's worked with HCWC for 28 years with her retirement planned for April. Pictured, Marla Johnson throughout her career with HCWC. Courtesy photos

A job well done
A job well done
A job well done
A job well done
A job well done

Above, Hays Caldwell Women's Center Executive Director Marla Johnson (green) poses for a photo at an HCWC groundbreaking event. Below, Johnson with husband John and donor Robert Pfeiffer at Camp Lucy. Johnson is preparing to retire from her position at HCWC in April Courtesy photos

A job well done

A job well done

It’s said every challenge is nothing more than a chance to make things better.

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Above, Ivar's River Pub'schicken fried steak. A steak perfectly fried topped with cream gravy and served with a helping of mashed potatoes and green beans. The chicken fried steak is Ivar's "Special of the Day" on Tuesdays. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Ivar's River Pub

On its website, Ivar’s River Pub emphasizes its devotion to delivering a delicious dining experience, coupled with exceptional service.

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Above, Mikayla Gaddy prepares staple a part of her mum in a floral design class at San Marcos High School. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

MUMS IN THE MAKING

San Marcos High School's Floral Design Class students made Homecoming mums this week. The class is taught by Fallon Drennan. San Marcos' Homecoming game is Saturday at 2 p.m.

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Above, a Cafe on the Square hamburger with lettuce, tomato, pickles, onions and cheese served on a soft, warm bun with fries. Middle, Cafe on the Square's Classic Breakfast, which comes with your choice of two eggs, potatoes, refried beans, your choice of sausage or bacon and flour tortillas. Bottom, Cafe on the Square's Chef's Salad. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo and Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Cafe on the Square

There’s something to be said about familiarity and the warm, cozy feelings it conjures, when you experience it time-and-again. Such is the case when you walk in the door at Café on the Square.

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HAUNTED HALLOW: Wonder World Park prepares for Halloween cave tour

Wonder World Park & Adventure Park will host its first ever Halloween Haunted Cave Tour on Thursday and Friday from 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. "Venture down into the original founders' delusional minds and experience their creepy imaginations and fetishes," Wonder World says. Tours will be limited and masks will required to ensure safety of guests and employees. Tickets can be purchased at wonderworldpark.com. Pictured, haunted cave tour characters prepare for the Halloween event. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

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