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The heat is on with another salsa competition. Entries must be registered by 2 p.m.

By CANDICE BRUSUELAS and JACQUELINE DAVIS

Features Editor and Daily Record Intern

 

If City Council approves the Cape’s Camp park improvements as part of the 2015 Capitol Improvement Projects, Parks and Rec will have $50,000 to make those improvements.

TARA POHLMEYER
Daily Record Reporter

Cassidy Castro was found safe yesterday afternoon.

From Staff Reports

Cassidy Castro

San Marcos Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing teenager, Cassidy Jae Castro, age 15, who was last seen in the 100 block of Autumn Cove in San Marcos about 3:45 a.m. Monday. Police are concerned about the possibility of foul play.

Pearl Harbor survivor Clarence Heidemann, 94, (front seat) fulfills a dream by flying in a biplane with pilot Gale Haskins (rear seat) on Saturday at San Marcos Regional Airport.

By DAVID SHORT
Executive Editor
For 94-year-old Clarence Heidemann, Saturday was a day he will never forget, much like another one he survived in 1941. The latter was Dec. 7, now known as Pearl Harbor Day.

Jennifer Kabay poses with her novel, “Minder,” illustrated by husband Christopher Barnett.

By CANDICE BRUSUELAS
Features Editor

The heat is on with another salsa competition. Entries must be registered by 2 p.m.
If City Council approves the Cape’s Camp park improvements as part of the 2015 Capitol Improvement Projects, Parks and Rec will have $50,000 to make those improvements.
Cassidy Castro was found safe yesterday afternoon.
Cassidy Castro
Pearl Harbor survivor Clarence Heidemann, 94, (front seat) fulfills a dream by flying in a biplane with pilot Gale Haskins (rear seat) on Saturday at San Marcos Regional Airport.
Jennifer Kabay poses with her novel, “Minder,” illustrated by husband Christopher Barnett.
Dennis Elton Smith

Dennis Elton Smith

Dennis Elton Smith, born to Lillie Mae and Dan Elton Smith on Nov. 8, 1946, fell asleep in death on June 11, 2014 at the age of 67 at his home in Southfield, Michigan.

Shining Stars under 40

Earlier this year, the San
Marcos Area Chamber of
Commerce and the San Marcos
Daily Record partnered once
again on our program to
recognize community and
business professionals under 40.
San Marcos Shining Stars Under
40 is a way to not only trumpet
their accomplishments, but to
also show the rest of Central
Texas that San Marcos is a great
place to live and work…whether
starting a business, joining a
company already here, becoming
a public servant or just wanting
to make a difference.

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