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Kellye Burke, who is representing the families in matters with the press, speaks at a press conference held at the Wimberley Community Center on Thursday morning. Behind her are family members from the McComb, Charbra, Carey and Schultz families, all of which have people missing from the flood. SMDR photo/Dalton Sweat

Families holding out hope for those still missing

Dalton Sweat

Wimberley View Editor The families of the four flood victims that have officially been pronounced dead said at a Wimberley press conference Thursday they were still hoping for the remaining members of their group.

There are still eight people officially missing, most of them from Corpus Christi who were in one home vacationing. 


Members of the Salvation Army set up near Martindale to provide food and drinks for area residents hit hard by this week’s flood. SMDR photo/David Short

Martindale area still struggling to recover

Anita Miller

Managing Editor Politicians have been making the rounds in San Marcos and Wimberley this week in the wake of the catastrophic Memorial Day weekend floods — offering standard condolences, being seen with emergency responders.

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