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This delicious and wholesome breakfast sandwich is made with spinach, egg and onion. Get creative in the kitchen by using your favorite seasonings to suit your taste buds. (photo by Candice Brusuelas)

CANDICE BRUSUELASDaily Record Features So January is gone and many of our New Year’s resolutions have already fallen flat.We’ve given in to our usual bad habits, and there’s absolutely no way we’ll make it the whole year with these resolutions.So... more
The San Marcos Area Republican Texans Group will serve lunch this Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Charles S. Cock House Museum. The menu will include Reagan meatloaf, Washington mashed sweet potatoes, Ford green beans, Harrison cornbread,... more

Hadley Wan, a volunteer with AmeriCorps, prepares to mark a seedling just planted at Five Mile Dam Park. TreeFolks coordinated an effort last week to begin reforestation of the area devastated in the Memorial Day Weekend flood. See more photos on Page 3. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY DENISE CATHEY

 

GRA Trails Queen Tori Verboom and Trail Boss Joe Coldewey guided the procession of trail riders who rode around the downtown San Marcos square on Monday. (photos by Lori Steindorf/San Marcos Daily Record)

LORI STEINDORFFeatures Editor The air in downtown San Marcos was thick with the enticing aroma of peach cobbler Monday in anticipation of the Greater Randolph Area Trail Riders’ arrival.Portions of cobbler were stewing in 10 coal-covered Dutch ovens... more

David Bryant, shown here with his daughter, Shekinah, is the father engagement specialist with Community Action Inc. of Central Texas. He will provide the Discipline vs. Punishment workshop today at the San Marcos Public Library at 6 p.m. (photo by David Bryant)

LORI STEINDORFFeatures Editor A representative with Community Action Inc. of Central Texas is partnering with the San Marcos Public Library to host a workshop geared for dads who want to enhance their disciplinarian and communication skills.David... more

The GRA Trail Queen Tori Verboom was all smiles as she rode into downtown San Marcos Monday as were trail boss Joe Coldewey (right) and assistant trail boss Ryan Butler. The group makes a stop in San Marcos each year en route to the San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo. DAILY RECORD PHOTOs BY denise cathey

 

This delicious and wholesome breakfast sandwich is made with spinach, egg and onion. Get creative in the kitchen by using your favorite seasonings to suit your taste buds. (photo by Candice Brusuelas)

Hadley Wan, a volunteer with AmeriCorps, prepares to mark a seedling just planted at Five Mile Dam Park. TreeFolks coordinated an effort last week to begin reforestation of the area devastated in the Memorial Day Weekend flood. See more photos on Page 3. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY DENISE CATHEY

 

GRA Trails Queen Tori Verboom and Trail Boss Joe Coldewey guided the procession of trail riders who rode around the downtown San Marcos square on Monday. (photos by Lori Steindorf/San Marcos Daily Record)

David Bryant, shown here with his daughter, Shekinah, is the father engagement specialist with Community Action Inc. of Central Texas. He will provide the Discipline vs. Punishment workshop today at the San Marcos Public Library at 6 p.m. (photo by David Bryant)

The GRA Trail Queen Tori Verboom was all smiles as she rode into downtown San Marcos Monday as were trail boss Joe Coldewey (right) and assistant trail boss Ryan Butler. The group makes a stop in San Marcos each year en route to the San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo. DAILY RECORD PHOTOs BY denise cathey

 

Claudia Rodriguez and 1-year-old Catalina exercise on Tuesday at the San Marcos Public Library. They joined other mothers and babies for a “lapsit storytime” with children’s librarian Ashley Schimelman. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY ANITA MILLER

 

'Babies Need Books'

City cautious about project site materials

Anita Miller - Managing Editor

Even though the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is still analyzing samples, the city of San Marcos is not allowing material from the site where the high-rise student housing complex is going up downtown to enter storm or sanitary sewers.

Shown are, in back from left, Daniel Zapata (Prepared Speaking, 2nd place), Kylie Contreras (Medical Reading 2nd place), Claudia Calderon (Healthy Lifestyle, 1st place), Jocelyn Payan (Nursing Assisting, 5th place); and, front row, from left, the team of Edwin Ault, Emily Sivilay, and Juliette Garza (Health Education, 1st place). PHOTOS COURTESY DR. SARAH MORENO

 

HOSA advances to state competition

The San Marcos High School HOSA: Future Health Professionals club had a great showing at the Area 1 conference during the weekend of Jan. 30.  

 Pictured are, from left, Susanne Ritter, career transition readiness supervisor; Capt. Preston Smith, instructor; Lonnie Hall, center director; Major Troy Oldbury, instructor; Capt. Betty Oliva, instructor; and, seated, Isai Pena-Aguilar, graduate; and Airius Washington, graduate.  PHOTOS COURTESY OF GARY JOB CORPS

 

Gary Job Corps placing graduates

Two Gary Job Corps students who studied Corrections recently signed letters of intent with the Wilkinson County correctional facility in Woodville, Mississippi.

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