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A pair of yellow crowned night herons were guarding their nest along the San Marcos River this week. Some of the city’s trails have been temporarily closed due to nesting of other species, including the endangered golden cheeked warbler. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

A vacant lot in downtown San Marcos is now lush with rye grass. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

Anita Miller - News Editor

Was it subversive seeding? How about guerrilla greening? Or, a simple good idea.


Cub Scout Pack 18 and Boy Scout Troop 1993 stop for a group photo at the Pecos River Bridge on the way to their seventh annual Spring Break Big Bend National Park campout. Participants camped out for six days and hiked about 25-30 miles exploring the Texas and Mexico border. Pack 18 is sponsored by the First United Methodist Church of San Marcos. Cub Master is Jeff Ault. Troop 1993 is sponsored by the Masters School. Scout Master is Casey Moreland. (Photo courtesy Laurel Pawelek)

Anita Miller - News Editor

The sounds of power tools filled the wood frame house on Centre Street all weekend long. When they were silenced, the home for three generations of a San Marcos family was transformed.


Andrew Sansom speaks at the kickoff luncheon for the Green Home & Living Show. (Daily Record photo by David Short)

Anita Miller - News Editor

Texas does a poor job of managing groundwater and for things to get better, some long-standing traditions and rules might have to change.


In the lobby of Chuck Nash Auto Group stands a large exhibit of the Ronald McDonalds House which features graphics designs and mini stories of those the organization has helped over 30 years in Central Texas. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

Christopher Salinas - News Reporter


A pair of yellow crowned night herons were guarding their nest along the San Marcos River this week. Some of the city’s trails have been temporarily closed due to nesting of other species, including the endangered golden cheeked warbler. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

A vacant lot in downtown San Marcos is now lush with rye grass. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

Cub Scout Pack 18 and Boy Scout Troop 1993 stop for a group photo at the Pecos River Bridge on the way to their seventh annual Spring Break Big Bend National Park campout. Participants camped out for six days and hiked about 25-30 miles exploring the Texas and Mexico border. Pack 18 is sponsored by the First United Methodist Church of San Marcos. Cub Master is Jeff Ault. Troop 1993 is sponsored by the Masters School. Scout Master is Casey Moreland. (Photo courtesy Laurel Pawelek)

Andrew Sansom speaks at the kickoff luncheon for the Green Home & Living Show. (Daily Record photo by David Short)

In the lobby of Chuck Nash Auto Group stands a large exhibit of the Ronald McDonalds House which features graphics designs and mini stories of those the organization has helped over 30 years in Central Texas. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

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