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Frankie Blackheart of Dark Matter Productions conceived the idea for The Aqua Show that will take place on July 1 at the Stonewall Warehouse, located at 141 E. Hopkins St. in San Marcos. The burlesque revue is a fundraiser for Mermaid Society SMTX. (photo by Denise Cathey/San Marcos Daily Record)

 
LORI STEINDORF Features Editor   Beguiling burlesque: It’s beautiful, it’s brazen, and it’s building up steam to burst onto the sizzling San Marcos arts scene.  Buoyant belle Frankie Blackheart of Dark Matter Productions conceived the fanciful idea... more

 

 

Families crowded the library to check out books and pick up reading logs at the Summer Reading Program kickoff on June 3. (photo by Deb Tomaselli/San Marcos Public Library)

 
LORI STEINDORF Features Editor   Librarians Deborah Carter and Ashley Schimelman have been posed the question, “Why are there so many kids at the library?”often lately since school let out for the summer. “School’s out! But, of course, the real... more

 

They needed someone with an infant to play Mary at our town’s annual Nativity Scene. This photo has always intrigued me … not sure what the bright thing is over my shoulder. But I know it ain’t dust. (Photo by Jennifer Kabay)

 
By JENNIFER KABAY San Marcos Daily Record Columnist     I hesitate to call being psychic a “gift” because “gift” implies I’ve got something you don’t. And that is not the case. We all have intuition. But like any other skill, some are just more... more
By JOE VOZZELLISports Editor Most people have a bucket list.   Count Joe Decker among them.   But, his list, in a word, is extreme.   One day in 1998, Decker was sitting in front of his computer. On a whim, knowing that his 30th birthday was around... more
By ISHMAEL JOHNSONDaily Record Sports After what happened to Veronica Sosa during the 2013 Texas Water Safari, who could blame her if she decided to not attempt the 264-mile race again?   Just as Sosa and her tandem partner Lauren DeLouche entered... more
From Staff Reports Dodging rain drops along the way, all but one of the teams that took off from the headwaters of the San Marcos River on Saturday morning were still in contention at the Texas Water Safari.   Even so, due in large part to a two-... more

 

 

Frankie Blackheart of Dark Matter Productions conceived the idea for The Aqua Show that will take place on July 1 at the Stonewall Warehouse, located at 141 E. Hopkins St. in San Marcos. The burlesque revue is a fundraiser for Mermaid Society SMTX. (photo by Denise Cathey/San Marcos Daily Record)

 

 

 

Families crowded the library to check out books and pick up reading logs at the Summer Reading Program kickoff on June 3. (photo by Deb Tomaselli/San Marcos Public Library)

 

 

They needed someone with an infant to play Mary at our town’s annual Nativity Scene. This photo has always intrigued me … not sure what the bright thing is over my shoulder. But I know it ain’t dust. (Photo by Jennifer Kabay)

 

Representatives from the Gary Job Corps Center and San Marcos Embassy Suites and Conference Center celebrated Father’s Day at Regent Care Center by giving cookies and Father’s Day cards to the residents. Pictured from the Gary Job Corps Center are Rachel Garnes, Irma Pardo, Lex Garro-Pritchett and Randolph Goodman. Representing Embassy Suites are Julia’Lanham, Danny Jones, Ruth Buck, Larry Cooper, Corey Murray, Holly Davidson, Beverly Wright, Brittany Patrick, Mary Ann DeVore and Daniela Verdin. Regent Care fathers are Donald McMahon, Robert Pruett, Manuel Moreno and Angel Rodriguez were honored.  PHOTO COURTESY OF GARY JOB CORPS

 

A sign on South LBJ Drive at the site of the old Amkon General Storecould mark the site of the new Triple Crown. Co-owner Eric Shaw says he and Allen Manning have the property under contract but are still “working through the process with the city.” The old location closed down Dec. 12 of last year. DAILY RECORD PHOTO BY ANITA MILLER

 

Music hall maybe

A boy clung tightly to San Marcos Police Officer Jesse Guerra after being pulled from the water at Rio Vista Falls by Jake Pennington Sunday afternoon. The boy went under after going over the falls with his father. PHOTO COURTESY OF JIM BAKER

 

Rescued at Rio Vista

Clock ticking on $25 million

Anita Miller - Managing Editor

The countdown is on.

Notice of $25 million in flood relief for San Marcos was published in the Federal Register on Friday, June 17. Five days later, on Wednesday, begins a 90-day period in which the city of San Marcos must submit an “action plan” to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

Don’t fall for summer job scam

Looking for a job or internship can be tough and time-consuming. Unfortunately, scammers know this and advertise jobs where legitimate employers do — online, in a newspaper ad or via email. If you are on the hunt for a job, Better Business Bureau serving Central, Coastal, Southwest Texas and the Permian Basin advises you to beware of job scams.

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