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Johanna Hein plays the harp during the SMART Orchestra's first performance of its sixth season.

Anita Miller - News Editor

The San Marcos Area Chamber of Commerce will recognize numerous businesses and organizations for their outstanding contributions to the San Marcos community at the Chamber’s Annual Awards Gala on Thursday, Nov. 13 at the San Marcos Conference Center, adjacent to the Embassy Suites San Marcos Hotel and Spa.

Johanna Hein plays the harp during the SMART Orchestra's first performance of its sixth season.
Mendez Elementary School had a Character Counts assembly on Thursday morning, Oct. 23. The theme was “doing the right thing when no one is looking.” Mendez educators dressed up to drive their point home in a humorous way. Pictured from left are Jimmy Flores, Deryk Lindsey, Angela Jimenez, Liz Smith, Donna Perkins, Celina Stover, Rosemary Jaworski, Jan Niemiec, Kayla Pendergraft, Lauren Daleo and Lauren Paquette and Adam Voglewede (seated).
Jocelyn Sinder dressed up to bring attention to his garage sale sign. Halloween is this Friday.
The San Marcos Aquatic Resource Center opened up to local kids for the first time on Saturday. The facility on McCarty Lane was previously known as the U.S. Fish Technology Center.
Children (and some adults) in costume filled Travis Elementary for the annual Halloween Carnival. Pictured from left are Yahira Martinez, Diana Rameriz, Juan Balbino, Darlene Balbino, Arturo Balbino and Javen Balbino.

13 questions for Zach Jennings

Photo caption: Zach Jennings moved Superflys from Gruene to San Marcos in October of last year. Superflys is located at 202C University Dr.

Honoring Old Glory

Photo caption: Members of the San Marcos Area Texas Republicans celebrated Flag Day June 14 by decorating the Hays County Courthouse lawn with numerous flags.

Fun with Math

Photo caption: Dr. Harold Reiter of the Univeristy of North Carolina works with eighth graders Kent Kenyon (left) and Elijah Ybarra (right) on math problems using wooden building blocks.

Attempted kidnapping downtown

Police are investigating a bizarre incident as an attempted kidnapping that occurred on a San Marcos street.

Purgatory Green Space gets free land

The city of San Marcos is adding nearly 93 acres to the Purgatory Creek Green Space without spending a dime of city money.

Rock and rollover

Photo caption: The tunes were still belting out of the cars radio, even though the vehicle was upside down in a ditch Thursday morning at the intersection of Hwy. 123 and De Zavala Drive.

Hard core at the Happy Cow

Photo caption: Blaze Bayley, former lead vocalist for Iron Maiden, will play with an all-star line up this Sunday at the Happy Cow in Hunter. This will be Bayleys second appearance at the bar.

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