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Live Oak Community that provides people with cognitive disabilities a caring and supportive community in order to grow and thrive. The community has an internship program that utilizes Texas State University students, and the graduation ceremony was on April 30. Top left, Noramia Ford, Theresa Macora, Natalia Henriquez, Andre Holtzhausen — Live Oak intern, and Brooklyn Thomas. Top right, Grace Garrison-Tate received the Ollie Seay Award for Excellence. Bottom left, Heidi Zelaya speaks about her internship. Bottom right, the group entire graduating class of interns.
Daily Record photos by Shannon West

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Above, Taegan Allen and Jacky Pecera attended the event. Below, Tahni Engelhardt spoke about her internship experience.
Daily Record photos by Shannon West

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HELPING OTHERS

Live Oak Community gives TXST students hands-on experience

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M. RAY PERRYMAN THE ECONOMIST

ECONOMIST: Spreading It Around!

Exports are crucial to economic prosperity, opening global markets to US products; a substantial portion of domestic business activity involves production of goods destined for foreign markets. Simultaneously, purchases lead to an inflow of funds, thus supporting domestic prosperity.

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Data shows frequency, area of dispatched Sheriff’s officers

When a person in Hays County calls 911 for assistance, the Hays County Sheriff’s Department covers the majority of those calls except for the areas that fall within the city limits of San Marcos, Buda and Kyle. The Sheriff’s department released data last week for the frequency of calls in April that are dedicated to certain areas, types of incidents and even times of day.

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