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A crowd gathers at the lights at Sights & Sounds of Christmas 2013. This year’s Sights & Sounds starts Wednesday, Dec. 3.

David Short - Executive Editor

It’s less than two weeks away and the excitement is building for this year’s four day Sights & Sounds of Christmas, one of the largest annual events in the city.

 Pallbearers escorted Augustin Lucio’s casket arriving at Memory Lawn Memorial Park.

Anita Miller - News Editor

San Marcos said goodbye to one of its heroes on Tuesday when Augustin Lucio Jr., Hays County’s most-decorated veteran of World War II was laid to rest.

A small digital camera (right) in the front of the train captures footage that can be used to investigate potential accidents.

Jillian Beck - Staff Reporter

The loud horns blared. The shrill whistles sounded. The bright red warning lights flashed. 

A crowd gathers at the lights at Sights & Sounds of Christmas 2013. This year’s Sights & Sounds starts Wednesday, Dec. 3.
Capt. Jeff Green, Firefighter David Thomas and Engineer Richard Howser pose with Hernandez Elementary School Librarian Kim Morgan-Benson and the top readers from each grade level (front row from left) Lydia Howe, pre-K,, Layla Arredondo, first grade, Jalyn Davis, kindergarten, Aubrey Clark, second grade, and (back row from left) Carolina Rodriguez, fifth grade, Trey Harris, third grade, and Lionel Hays-Jones,fourth grade.
Guests gather in the Plum Creek neighborhood in Kyle for the ground breaking of Bigelow Homes’ first Texas home for Homes for Hope on Friday, November 14th. Proceeds from the sale of the home will go to HOPE International to empower entrepreneurs around the world to break the cycle of poverty and sustainably provide for their own families.
 Pallbearers escorted Augustin Lucio’s casket arriving at Memory Lawn Memorial Park.
A small digital camera (right) in the front of the train captures footage that can be used to investigate potential accidents.
Griffith Ford broke ground on a new dealership on 10 acres on Tuesday. Officials say they expect to double their inventory in San Marcos. Pictured from left are Rick Benavidez, Natalie Nigretto, Chad Prejean, Tim O’Loughlin, Martha Griffith, Chris Griffith, Peggy Griffith, Christopher Griffith, Charlie Koeler, Barbara Parker, Paul Koeler, Lee Stevens, Brad Koeler and Scott Brown.

Geography Week at Goodnight

Goodnight Middle School participated in Geography Week, Nov. 16-22. This year’s theme explored our connections through food.

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