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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)

Anita Miller - News Editor

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)

Front Row: Jonathan Soto (3rd Place Regionals SWAT/Hostage Negotiation), Angelina Obando (1st Place Regionals and 3rd Place State, Fingerprinting,) Jamie Martinez (2nd Place Regionals, Opening Statement,) Stephanie Jimenez (3rd Place Regionals, and 3rd Place State Foot Pursuit,) Larissa Del Bosque and Lizzette Del Bosque (2nd Place Regionals, and 4th place State Criminal Analysis) Back Row: Eric Villalpando, Matt Delgado, Hezekiah Vichique (all 3rd Place Regionals SWAT/Hostage Negotiation)

TPSA students back from state competition

Our Texas Public Service Association Students (TPSA) again represented San Marcos High School in great fashion in our State TPSA Competition at Judson High School in San Antonio this past weekend.

Price Center showing ‘Les Miserables’

Going into its second weekend today and tomorrow, with one more weekend to go on April 24 and 25, the musical version of “Les Misérables” will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Price Center, 222 W.


Relishing every moment of their radio broadcast on OKKK, Arles Stuvie, played by R. Michael Clinkscales and Thurston Wheelis, played by Will Mercer, enjoy spreading rumors as well as the news. (Photo courtesy Wimberley Players)

R. Michael Clankscales is a formidable owner of Tuna’s used weapons shop in the role of Didi Snavely. (Photo courtesy Wimberley Players)

‘Greater Tuna’ spoofs small town Texas

When the Wimberley Players unleash the wickedly wacky and wry “Greater Tuna,” by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, and Ed Howard, audiences are assured a first class ticket to “the third smallest town in

Dating Violence Awareness in our local schools

Two public relations teams at Texas State University are creating awareness on the issues of dating violence, which is of great concern on college campuses throughout the country.


Some of Mike Davis’ favorite racecars fill his showcase garage. (Photo courtesy Carl Deal)

Home tour features Davis’ race cars

By Patrick Ygnacio

Special to the Record

 


Officers show the class a bag of marijuana confiscated from the streets of San Marcos. Officers asked that the item number of the evidence on the bag be removed from the photo. (Daily Record photo by Pamela Gravis)

Goods in the evidence storage vault. (Daily Record photo by Pamela Gravis)

Tracy Engler, crime scene and evidence supervisor, shows the CPA class the evidence storage vault. The class was not allowed to go into the room, but observe from afar. (Daily Record photo by Pamela Gravis)

Citizens Police Academy: Week 10

By PAMELA GRAVIS

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