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Both semis, and the car that can't be seen in this photo, were completely engulfed in flames.

Anita Miller - News Editor

A fiery crash on the northbound lanes of Interstate 35 killed a truck driver and held up traffic on both the roadway and access roads Tuesday afternoon.

 Pictured from left are teams “Furious Five”(Quentin Parrish, Skylar Parrish, Clayton Engler, Colton Engler and Cole Younts), “Clover Chefs” (Kendyl Gordon, Araya Feeney, Rebekah O’Banon and Georgia Younts), “Drippin’ with Flavor” (Bailey Phillips, Alyssa Caldwell and Aubrie Caldwell), “The Beaters” (Rylan Cox, Madison Leach, Peyton Smith and Bryce Phillips).  Pictured on bottom right is the “Clover Kids” team (Ainsley Phillips, Morgan Smith, Shelby Cox and Cody Phillips).

Twenty 4-H members from across the county came together for the Hays County 4-H Food Competition to show their cooking and presentation skills in the Food Challenge and Food Show contests on Nov. 15.

 
The Rutherford family stands happily and proudly after legally becoming the parents of Isabelle Leigh Rutherford, 8.  This completes Amy and Nathan Rutherford’s family, who have two boys of their own and two adopted girls.

Christopher Salinas - Daily Record reporter

Texas State sophomore guard Kaitlin Walla drives toward the basket during last season's game against Troy.

By MARK CAUL
Special to the Record

Senior forward Shanice Steenholdt poured in 19 points and added 16 rebounds while freshman guard Lisa Zderadicka chipped in 15 as the Houston Baptist Huskies held off the Texas State Bobcats 61-56 at Strahan Coliseum in the first game back on the sidelines for Bobcat head coach Zenarae Antoine.

Both semis, and the car that can't be seen in this photo, were completely engulfed in flames.
Texas State students gathered on the Quad to react to the Ferguson announcement. A grand jury in the Missouri town declined on Tuesday to indict the police officer that fatally shot unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown.
The rain had stopped, but motorists still drove through water on Hunter Road Monday afternoon after a contractor for the Texas Department of Transportation widening project hit a water main. City workers had it fixed about an hour later but it’s still unknown how many gallons were lost. Around 50 homes on the area were given a “boil water” notice, city spokesman Trey Hatt said.
 Pictured from left are teams “Furious Five”(Quentin Parrish, Skylar Parrish, Clayton Engler, Colton Engler and Cole Younts), “Clover Chefs” (Kendyl Gordon, Araya Feeney, Rebekah O’Banon and Georgia Younts), “Drippin’ with Flavor” (Bailey Phillips, Alyssa Caldwell and Aubrie Caldwell), “The Beaters” (Rylan Cox, Madison Leach, Peyton Smith and Bryce Phillips).  Pictured on bottom right is the “Clover Kids” team (Ainsley Phillips, Morgan Smith, Shelby Cox and Cody Phillips).
The Rutherford family stands happily and proudly after legally becoming the parents of Isabelle Leigh Rutherford, 8.  This completes Amy and Nathan Rutherford’s family, who have two boys of their own and two adopted girls.
Texas State sophomore guard Kaitlin Walla drives toward the basket during last season's game against Troy.
Richard Avalos  Sr.

Richard Avalos

Richard Avalos  Sr., a resident of Kyle, was received in th

MaryAnn Elsie Cheatham

MaryAnn Elsie Cheatham, 84, of Lockhart, passed away on Nov.

Sharon K. Coleman

Sharon K. Coleman, a resident of Wimberley, passed away Nov. 19, 2014 at the age of 85. The family will receive friends Monday, Nov.

Melvin Lee Pekrul

Melvin Lee Pekrul, 92, of Lockhart, passed away on Nov. 11, 2014.

Hunger Bowl

By Rachel Shearer
Daily Record Videographer

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