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Left to right, Precinct 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, First Assistant County Auditor Vickie Dorsett, County Auditor Marisol Villarreal-Alonzo, Accounting Associate Amber New, Accounts Payable Manager Kimberli Andrews, Precinct 3 Commissioner Lon Shell, and Precinct 4 Commissioner Ray Whisenant. Hays County photo

County auditor’s office honored for transparency

The Hays County Auditor’s Office, for the fourth year in a row, has been awarded a Certificate of Achievement for financial transparency in its Comprehensive Annual Finance Report (CAFR) by the  Go

Gary Job Corps Representatives Patty Lankford, center director, and Randolph Goodman, business community liaison, present a donation of $1,000 to the city of Kyle for “Make a Wish” recipient Ash Crain’s “Ash Pavilion” roller hockey rink. Tens of thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters advance the Make-a-Wish vision to grant the wish of every child diagnosed with a critical illness. In the United States and its territories, on  average, a wish is granted every 34 minutes. Pictured Kyle Mayor Travis Mitchell, City Manager Scott Sellers, Parks and Recreation Kerry Urbanowicz, Make a Wish Coordinator Jill Skinner and recipients Ash Crain, his mother Lisa Crain and Randolph Goodman of Gary Job Corps. Gary Job Corps photo

Wish fulfilled

Seated from left to right are  Eric West, Mack Marsh (parking mobility), Chelsea Ashby, Angel Arredondo (2018 Ms. Wheelchair Texas), and Gilbert Garcia. Back row, from left are Charlotte Lund (SMPD volunteer coordinator), Colin Edwards, Police Chief Chase Stapp, City Council member Melissa Derrick, Joe Kowalczyk, Patti Barrett, Louis Moreno and Mayor Jane Hughson. Photo by Don Anders/Anders Photography

First Parking Mobility volunteers ready for duty

The first class of Parking Mobility volunteers were recently sworn in at the San Marcos Police Department. 

Shoppers will be packing the stores at San Marcos’ two outlet malls for Black Friday deals and special longer hours, with some stores open for a continuous 28 hours of post-Thanksgiving gift buying. Daily Record photos by Colton Ashabranner

Black Friday Lowdown

It comes every year, with deep discounts, special shopping hours and crowds of consumers searching for presents for friends and loved ones — and maybe for themselves.

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