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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)

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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)

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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)

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Crime victims’ advocates and law enforcement officers joined county commissioners and Judge Bert Cobb after the proclamation was adopted. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

The Hays County Commissioners Court has proclaimed the week of April 19-25 as National Crime Victims’ Rights Week and as Samantha Dean Week in Hays County.


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)

Crime victims’ advocates and law enforcement officers joined county commissioners and Judge Bert Cobb after the proclamation was adopted. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

City slates policy hearing

The San Marcos City Council will hold a public hearing and consider approving a Budget Policy Statement Tuesday, April 21 at 7 p.m.


Illustration courtesy of San Marcos CISD.

SMHS Student Activity Center dedication

The public is invited to join the San Marcos CISD in the ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony for the new San Marcos High School Student Activity Center on Wednesday, April 22, at 5:30 p.m., at t


Junior Varsity Women’s Choir

Rattler choirs sweep sweepstakes

The San Marcos High School Rattler choirs performed on Monday and Tuesday, April 13 and 14, 2 in the UIL Concert and Sight-reading Competition, and made history in the process.

Patsy Miller

Patsy Miller, a resident of Wimberley, passed away April 14, 2015 at the age of 80. No services have been scheduled at this time.  

Richard Natal

Richard Natal, 50, of San Marcos passed away April 17, 2015.
Arrangements pending with Los Angeles Funeral Home, 300 Cheatham Street, (512) 392-3676.

Selso Silva

Selso Silva, 73, of Martindale, passed away April 17, 2015.
Services are pending with Los Angeles Funeral Home, 300 Cheatham Street, (512) 392-3676.

Weldon M. Hobbins

Weldon M. Hobbins, a resident of Wimberley, passed away April 14, 2015 at the age of 68. The family will receive friends Sunday, April 19 at Thomason Funeral Home, Wimberley from 4 to 7 p.m.

San Marcos man honored by Governor

Jessie Mojica of San Marcos, Texas was presented the Private Facility Contract Monitoring/Oversight Division volunteer award during the Governor’s 2015 Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award prog


(Left to right) Amariz Iracheta, Briana Salazar, Fernando Medrano and Sheyla Angel. (Photo courtesy of Kelly Zarate)

SMCISD promotes ownership in learning

As the American Library Association observes National Library Week from April 12-18, SMCISD students at Bonham Pre-Kindergarten received books to bring home and share with their families.

Roy A. Long

=Roy A. Long, a resident of Wimberley, passed away April 11, 2015 at the age of 78. The family will receive friends Monday, April 20 at 10 a.m. at First Baptist Church Wimberley.


From left to right bottom row: ared Longoria, Tommy De La Iglesia, Illeana Garcia, Itzel Osornia and Kristie Chau; middle row from left: Tristen Velasquez, Elizabeth Contreras, Maddie North, Max Murdoch, Eric Apodaca and Julisa Gasca; and top rowL Liam McMains, Tommy Stanley, Will Hutchison, Shawn Rushing and Nathasja Evans.

SMHS takes District in Speech and Computer Science

The San Marcos High School’s Academic UIL Team had a strong showing on April 10-11,  at the 27-5A Academic UIL District Meet at Memorial High School in San Antonio.

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