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The force of the impact can be clearly seen on the school bus that was rear-ended by a crane utility truck Monday afternoon on Hwy. 21. The vehicle is now being stored at the district’s transportation facility. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

Anita Miller - News Editor

Charges are pending against the driver of a crane utility truck that rear-ended a school bus stopped on Hwy. 21 Monday afternoon.


Dr. Todd Ahlman, director for the Texas State University Center for Archaeological Studies, and Dr. Mario Garza check in with the NAGPRA Review Committee. (Photo courtesy of Indigenous Cultures Institute)

Prayers were answered for the Miakan-Garza tribe on Tuesday when the federal government approved their request to receive and rebury the remains of one of their ancient ancestors from the San Marcos area, which had been uneart


A day after the death of musical mentor Kent Finlay, the marquee at his Cheatham Street Warehouse paid tribute to the man who helped launch many successful careers. Finlay passed away March 2 at the age of 77. (Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo)
San Marcos Fire Chief Les Stephens presents Firefighter John Craft with the Iron Man Award for responding to the most calls in 2014.

Melinda Clayton - Special to the Record

Celebrations at the Salvation Army Office included Director Kathy McNeil (third from right) Linda Coker (second from right) and San Marcos Mayor Daniel Guerrero far right.

Whether it’s a flood or a fire or some other catastrophe, a constant in the San Marcos area is that the Salvation Army will respond.


The force of the impact can be clearly seen on the school bus that was rear-ended by a crane utility truck Monday afternoon on Hwy. 21. The vehicle is now being stored at the district’s transportation facility. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

Dr. Todd Ahlman, director for the Texas State University Center for Archaeological Studies, and Dr. Mario Garza check in with the NAGPRA Review Committee. (Photo courtesy of Indigenous Cultures Institute)

A day after the death of musical mentor Kent Finlay, the marquee at his Cheatham Street Warehouse paid tribute to the man who helped launch many successful careers. Finlay passed away March 2 at the age of 77. (Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo)
Jake Pennington of San Marcos showed off some fancy moves in the whitewater at Rio Vista Falls on Thursday under mostly sunny skies. Pennington was in the river with his kayak mentor Ben Kvanli, and it’s unlikely either of them will be back anytime soon, as rain is in the forecast all weekend.
San Marcos Fire Chief Les Stephens presents Firefighter John Craft with the Iron Man Award for responding to the most calls in 2014.
Celebrations at the Salvation Army Office included Director Kathy McNeil (third from right) Linda Coker (second from right) and San Marcos Mayor Daniel Guerrero far right.

The force of the impact can be clearly seen on the school bus that was rear-ended by a crane utility truck Monday afternoon on Hwy. 21. The vehicle is now being stored at the district’s transportation facility. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

13 to hospital after truck rear-ends SMCISD bus

Anita Miller - News Editor


Dr. Todd Ahlman, director for the Texas State University Center for Archaeological Studies, and Dr. Mario Garza check in with the NAGPRA Review Committee. (Photo courtesy of Indigenous Cultures Institute)

Feds say Texas State must return remains

Prayers were answered for the Miakan-Garza tribe on Tuesday when the federal

Sports


Texas State senior David Paiz (No. 40) chats with first base coach Jeremy Knox during a game earlier this season against UC Davis inside Bobcat Ballpark. Paiz went 6 of 16 against Central Michigan last weekend (Gerald Castillo).

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Food

The Greater San Marcos Partnership will be hosting this Friday’s Cottage Kitchen at the Charles S. Cock House Museum, Feb. 27 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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