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By JOE VOZZELLISports Editor There's a phrase that Texas State head coach Ty Harrington uses all the time.  If the Bobcats have a clean fielding game, Harrington says his players took care of the baseball. When the opposite happens, Harrington's... more
By ISHMAEL JOHNSONDaily Record Sports Redemption starts now.   Last season San Marcos (20-4, 14-2 in District 27-5A) waited all year to get back to a shot at the state tournament before falling short in the area finals. This season, the senior-... more

 

The handsome home of Kaitlin Hopkins and Jim Price features a wall of windows that offers a wonderful 180-degree view of San Marcos. Their residence is a stop on the 2016 Heritage Homes Tour, dubbed Ecological Inspirations and Great Green Features, planned for this Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. (Photos by Carl Deal Photography)

 
Marianne Moore Daily Record Features   The couple from New York followed the Realtor into the living room of a house tucked away on a quiet hilltop street.  A slight breeze lifted flags and tree leaves. It was a perfect Texas Sunday afternoon.  The... more

Enrique Macias and Nathan Garner sit atop one of the benches they built beside one of the kiosks explaining the new walking trail at the San Marcos Aquatic Resource Center off McCarty Lane. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY DAVID SHORT

 
David Short - Business Editor Thanks to the vision and hard work of two Texas State University interns there is a new walking trail at the San Marcos Aquatic Resources Center (SMARC) on McCarty Lane. About 20 minutes round trip, this trail includes... more

Yellow police tape at the scene. PHOTO COURTESY FELICIA FRAZAR/seguin gazette

 
Felicia Frazar - Seguin Gazette KINGSBURY — A Seguin police officer shot and killed a local man suspected of robbing a local convenience store at gunpoint late Tuesday night. Darrel S. Machemehl, 44, was shot following a pursuit from Seguin to... more

A Ribbon Cutting was held at Sam’s Club for their Remodel. The re-opening began with the San Marcos Jr. Air Force ROTC presenting colors. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY PAM GRAVIS

 

 

The handsome home of Kaitlin Hopkins and Jim Price features a wall of windows that offers a wonderful 180-degree view of San Marcos. Their residence is a stop on the 2016 Heritage Homes Tour, dubbed Ecological Inspirations and Great Green Features, planned for this Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. (Photos by Carl Deal Photography)

 

Enrique Macias and Nathan Garner sit atop one of the benches they built beside one of the kiosks explaining the new walking trail at the San Marcos Aquatic Resource Center off McCarty Lane. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY DAVID SHORT

 

Yellow police tape at the scene. PHOTO COURTESY FELICIA FRAZAR/seguin gazette

 

A Ribbon Cutting was held at Sam’s Club for their Remodel. The re-opening began with the San Marcos Jr. Air Force ROTC presenting colors. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY PAM GRAVIS

 

Enrique Macias and Nathan Garner sit atop one of the benches they built beside one of the kiosks explaining the new walking trail at the San Marcos Aquatic Resource Center off McCarty Lane. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY DAVID SHORT

 

Side view of the bird blind as it overlooks the wetlands at the new Little Wing Loop walking trail which also includes stops along the way with native plants and kiosks.

 

Trail, bird blind open at SMARC

David Short - Business Editor

Thanks to the vision and hard work of two Texas State University interns there is a new walking trail at the San Marcos Aquatic Resources Center (SMARC) on McCarty Lane. About 20 minutes round trip, this trail includes a unique resting place in the middle — a bird blind overlooking a wetlands area where visitors can sit, relax and watch the birds.

Pictured are Melodee Byrd, ARA instructor, Lonnie Hall, Center cirector, Captain Betty Oliva, Corrections instructor, seated April Triplett, and Elizabeth Colon. PHOTO COURTESY OF GARY JOB CORPS

 

Gary Job Corps interns to visit 3 states

April Triplett, advanced residential advisor student and Elizabeth Colon, corrections student, have been selected from a field of candidates from 25 Job Corps Centers nationally to intern with Management & Training Corporation at the Clearfield Job Corps in Utah, Sierra Nevada Center in California, and Jacksonville Center in Florida.  

A Ribbon Cutting was held at Sam’s Club for their Remodel. The re-opening began with the San Marcos Jr. Air Force ROTC presenting colors. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY PAM GRAVIS

 

A Market 5 Manager, Wally Amerson,  was on hand to greet the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors.

 

Marilyn Van Uum and Ambassador Kay Wilson enjoying the new Sam’s Club Remodel.

 

Though it’s normally a beehive of activity, things are slowing down on the campus of Texas State University as the spring semester is coming to an end. The last day of classes is May 2, finals are scheduled May 4-11 and the university’s three commencement exercises will be held May 12, 13 and 14. No speakers for the ceremonies have yet been named. Daily Record photo by Anita Miller

 

Semester gearing down

Mixed-use project denied by 7-2 vote

Madelynne Scales - Daily Record Intern

A proposed mixed-use development on Craddock Avenue and Bishop Street was denied by the Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday at City Hall. 

After a long discussion and a hearing from six residents in opposition, the proposed part multi-family condominiums, part commercial space was denied. 

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