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Candice poses with STR8 mascot, Ren, a pit bull rescue, who often greets visitors sweetly at the door. (Photo by Emily Tomlin)

By CANDICE BRUSUELAS

Features Editor

 

Editor’s note: I’ve been going to STR8 Training for six weeks to better myself and record what it’s like to join a personal training regimen. This is what I’ve learned and how I’m feeling six weeks later.


As every dog owner knows, canine companions could care less about gray skies or a little mud. That was certainly the case Saturday at the annual Mutt Strut along the San Marcos River. (Daily Record photos by David Short)

Human traffic in the area near Cape’s Dam has increased dramatically since the city was given the parkland by developers of the Woods Apartments. The extra traffic has generated additional trash in the area, as well as graffiti. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

Christopher Salinas - News Reporter

Two chances remain to see Les Miserables, which is being presented by the San Marcos Spotlight Theatre at the Price Center  in downtown San Marcos. Remaining performances of a three-weekend run are  April 24 and 25 at 7:30 p.m.  


Group photo, left to right: Front row-Angie Lassitter, De Zavala Elementary; Martin Ruiz, Goodnight Middle School; Erica Wanner, Crockett Elementary; Gina Guzman, Alternative: Phoenix; Monica Martin, Miller Middle School; Rose Berglund, Bowie Elementary; Jade Muñoz, Mendez Elementary; Erika Felan, Bonham Pre-K; and back row, Leigha Murphree, Hernandez Elementary; Emilio Gonzales, Travis Elementary; and Ryan Randolph, San Marcos High School. (Photo courtesy Iris Campbell)

Iris Campbell - San Marcos CISD


San Marcos Chamber of Commerce President Brian Bondy speaks to the group in attendance for April’s Chamber Luncheon and recognizes the contributions of individuals before the introduction of the workforce education panel. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

Christopher Salinas - News Reporter


Candice poses with STR8 mascot, Ren, a pit bull rescue, who often greets visitors sweetly at the door. (Photo by Emily Tomlin)

As every dog owner knows, canine companions could care less about gray skies or a little mud. That was certainly the case Saturday at the annual Mutt Strut along the San Marcos River. (Daily Record photos by David Short)

Human traffic in the area near Cape’s Dam has increased dramatically since the city was given the parkland by developers of the Woods Apartments. The extra traffic has generated additional trash in the area, as well as graffiti. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

Group photo, left to right: Front row-Angie Lassitter, De Zavala Elementary; Martin Ruiz, Goodnight Middle School; Erica Wanner, Crockett Elementary; Gina Guzman, Alternative: Phoenix; Monica Martin, Miller Middle School; Rose Berglund, Bowie Elementary; Jade Muñoz, Mendez Elementary; Erika Felan, Bonham Pre-K; and back row, Leigha Murphree, Hernandez Elementary; Emilio Gonzales, Travis Elementary; and Ryan Randolph, San Marcos High School. (Photo courtesy Iris Campbell)

San Marcos Chamber of Commerce President Brian Bondy speaks to the group in attendance for April’s Chamber Luncheon and recognizes the contributions of individuals before the introduction of the workforce education panel. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

Texas State catcher Jared Huber tags out UL Lafayette junior shortstop Blake Trahan at the plate during Saturday's first game inside Bobcat Ballpark (Gerald Castillo).

College Baseball: Texas State bounces back to split Saturday doubleheader against UL Lafayette

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

With two swings of the bat, Tanner Hill delivered a clear message on behalf of his team: Texas State wasn't going to be pushed around by UL Lafayette.


Senior Shannon Mathis (center) with her parents, Maureen and Charles Mathis, during Friday’s signing at SMHS (Ishmael Johnson).

High School Basketball: Hill, Mathis sign with college programs

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

Two Lady Rattlers signed their National Letters of Intent this past week to continue their basketball careers at the collegiate level.


Texas State senior Shannon Beckett lines up to return the ball across the court during a match against UTSA (Gerald Castillo).

Women's College Tennis: Bobcats fall to top-seeded Jaguars in Sun Belt Tournament

NEW ORLEANS — After a thrilling victory over UL Lafayette during Thursday’s first round, Texas State’s season ended one day later against the tournament’s top seed.


Ten San Marcos Extension Education Club members participated in the District Extension Education Association Conference that was held March 24 in Johnson City. Seated right to left are Bonnie Barrow, Alicia Luna, Ana Hixon, and Rosa Aldape. Standing from left to right are Ana Maria Puente, Candace Scheibe, Pat Gonzales, Virginia Compean, Mary Ann Till and Sara Frank. Aldape, Luna and Hixon also had entries in the Cultural Arts Contest. Their entries included a scrapbook, nativity scene Christmas tree skirt, ribbon Valentine wreath and mosaic lone star flag wall hanging. The scrapbook and tree skirt qualified to advance to the state contest, which will take place in September. (Photo courtesy AgriLife Extension)

Pet Talk: Pets like summer camping too

For those who enjoy the great outdoors, camping during the springtime can be a perfect weekend getaway.  However, if you don’t want to leave your four-legged friends behind while setting out on you

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UL Lafayette junior Derek Herrington slides around the tag attempt by David Paiz during Sunday's series finale inside Bobcat Ballpark (Gerald Castillo).

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Texas State thought it had the perfect remedy for UL Lafayette's powerful lineup.

Obituaries


Catherine Susan ‘Cathe’ Tracey

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