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Thursday morning, this was a line of shiny cars for sale at Abel’s Autohaus. By mid-day they were all total losses, having been run over by a pickup truck. SMDR photos/Anita Miller

This Mitsubishi’s hood was literally peeled off by the force of the truck. No one was injured in the incident.

Truck takes out 8 parked cars

Anita Miller/Managing Editor

“It sounded like a bomb going off.”

That’s how Doug Hughey, manager of Abel’s Autohaus on the Interstate 35 East Access Road, described


Back L – R: Joshua Scally, Sr.; Claudia Calderon, Sr.; Brianna Pratt, Sr.; Matthew Curbow, Sr.; Felix Aguon, Sr.; Max Murdoch, Sr./ Front L – R Simone Sanborn, Sr.; Sarah Mock, Sr.; Madison Gish, Sr.; Linda Torres, Sr.; Caitlyn Banning, Sr.; Joe Merchant, Sr. Submitted photos

National Hispanic Scholars are Joe Merchant, Maximillan Murdoch and Caitlyn Banning.

AP with Honors students are Matthew Curbow and Madison Gish.

SMHS recognizes AP Scholars and National Hispanic Scholars

The College Board recently recognized 33 San Marcos High School students as Ad- vanced Placement (AP) scholars – including an AP National Scholar—and three students as National Hispanic Scholars, according to Debbie Smith, SMHS Director of the Acad- emy of Applied Sciences. SMHS students earned four designations of AP scholars. Students who were celebrated include:

Students sought for flood relief

Christopher Salinas/News Reporter

When students come to Texas State, academics and the university life tend to
be the main focus of their stay in San Marcos. How- ever, the Office of Commu- nity Relations is hoping to engage new and returning students with the commu- nity by assisting victims of the Memorial Day Weekend flood and helping them return to their homes.

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