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Early on Friday morning, employees at Night Hawk Frozen Foods, Inc. (photo above) set up an assembly line to pack over 2,000 Thanksgiving meal boxes for the Hays County Food Bank’s annual Turkeys Tackling Hunger Holiday Meal Box Program. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Food Bank’s ‘Boxing Day’

It doesn’t happen all by itself. Behind every Holiday Meal Box that makes its way to  a needy Hays County family stands an army of people who made it so.

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Veteran’s Day

Joy Luther gives her best “Rosie the Riveter” pose at the annual Veteran’s Day Dinner Dance at the Commemorative Air Force Central Texas Wing’s hangar. Daily Record photos by

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Singers practice running through a scene of composer George Friedrich Handel’s oratorio “Messiah,” a popular choral Christmas tradition for many, that the San Marcos Performing Arts Association is amassing a choir to perform this December. The community choir practices weekly on Sundays at the First Lutheran Church. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Creating community through choir

The San Marcos Performing Arts Association (SMPAA) and the The San Marcos Artists’ Retention and Training Orchestra – or SMART Orchestra – are coming together to perform George Frideric Handel’s

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A pipevine swallowtail visits a native salvia plant in an effort to get some nutrition before the blooms fade or freeze. Forecasters predict temperatures in San Marcos could dip to the upper 30s on Monday night. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Fall Feed

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After the frenzy of Tuesday’s election, volunteers were hard at work Wednesday morning taking down campaign signs around neighborhoods and polling stations. Volunteer Ron Prewitt clips the wires holding one of city council member Melissa Derrick’s campaign signs by The Connection Church before uprooting the sign stakes and putting everything in the back of his pickup truck. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

The day after

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Film Festival

As part of the annual Lost River Film Fest, a tamale dinner and screening of the animated film “CoCo” was put on at Cuauhtemoc Hall with a youth essay contest and Dia de Los M


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