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Chuy's Green chile Chicken Flautas – flautas stuffed with green chiles and fresh spinach and drizzled with Crema Especial – served up with a frozen margarita. Photos courtesy of  Chuy's

Chuy's celebrates 30th annual Green Chile Festival

Chuy’s, the Austin-based restaurant known for its authentic Tex-Mex menu and fun-loving atmosphere, is celebrating their 30th Annual Green Chile Festival at all locations. 

Live Oak Health Partners has added orthopedic surgeon Christopher L. Jimenez, MD to their team that provides complete orthopedic and sports medicine care to residents of Hays County. Photo courtesy of Live Oak Health Partners 

Live Oak Health Partners welcomes new orthopedic surgeon

Live Oak Health Partners Specialty Care clinic added orthopedic surgeon Christopher L. Jimenez, MD to its team. He joins Dr.

The 2018 Hays County Alzheimer’s Texas Walk will be held Saturday, Oct.13 at Rec Hall at City Park, with check-in beginning at 9 a.m., the opening ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. and the walk will begin at 10:30 a.m. Photo courtesy of  Alzheimer's Texas

11th Annual Alzheimer’s Texas Walk

This year marks the 11th Annual Alzheimer’s Walk for support, care and research hosted by Alzheimer’s Texas. The walk will be held on the morning of Oct.

Reverend Marilyn Andrews, 74, sings from her pulpit during the Sunday service at Wesley Chapel A.M.E Church as she has done for more than seven years. Andrews, who has devoted her time to the ministry for the past 34 years, plans to officially retire in October. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Reverend Andrews makes ‘A joyful noise’

Marilyn Andrews – Reverend Andrews, if you want to get formal with her – is the minister of San Marcos’ Wesley Chapel also known as the African Methodist Episcopal or

SMUUF Social Justice Chair Jeannie Lewis, Centro Program Coordinator Gloria Salazar, SMUUF President Mark Rockeymoore, Centro Co-Founder and Current Parliamentarian Lupe Costilla, SMUUF Board Karen Munoz and SMUUF Administrator and Secretary Marissa Fehler. Photo courtesy of SMUUF

SMUUF donates $660 to Centro Cultural

During a recent Sunday morning Worship Service, the San Marcos Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (SMUUF) took up a collection of $660 to donate to Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos. Once

RED Arena, a nonprofit therapeutic horse riding center, started renovating their new San Marcos location recently in hopes of being open and operational by September. Dripping Springs Young Men's Service League helped with demolition. From left to right are Jason Fitzpatrick, Susan Fitzpatrick, Josh Malcom, Stephanie Malcom, Keith Bottles, Karlyn Bottles and Bryce  Fitzpatrick. Photos courtesy of  RED Arena

RED Arena to open San Marcos location

RED (Riding Equines for the Disabled) Arena is expanding their frontier to San Marcos.

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