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Anita Miller - News Editor

The sounds of power tools filled the wood frame house on Centre Street all weekend long. When they were silenced, the home for three generations of a San Marcos family was transformed.


Andrew Sansom speaks at the kickoff luncheon for the Green Home & Living Show. (Daily Record photo by David Short)

Anita Miller - News Editor

Texas does a poor job of managing groundwater and for things to get better, some long-standing traditions and rules might have to change.


In the lobby of Chuck Nash Auto Group stands a large exhibit of the Ronald McDonalds House which features graphics designs and mini stories of those the organization has helped over 30 years in Central Texas. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

Christopher Salinas - News Reporter


A Bradford pear tree eclipses one of the homes that will be on this year’s Heritage Association of San Marcos tour May 2 and 3. (Photo courtesy of Carl Deal)

Preparations are well underway by the Heritage Association of San Marcos (HASM) for their annual celebration of the unique history and character of San Marcos.


Texas State empties out of the dugout to celebrate a home run during Saturday's 14-13 victory over No. 8 UL Lafayette inside Bobcat Softball Stadium (Gerald Castillo).
By MARK CAUL
Special to the Record
 
Texas State pinch hitter Katie Doerre knew if she was called upon to face UL Lafayette's Christina Hamilton that she would be ready to deliver.

A crew member works on repairing a boat. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

Christopher Salinas - News Reporter


Andrew Sansom speaks at the kickoff luncheon for the Green Home & Living Show. (Daily Record photo by David Short)

In the lobby of Chuck Nash Auto Group stands a large exhibit of the Ronald McDonalds House which features graphics designs and mini stories of those the organization has helped over 30 years in Central Texas. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

A Bradford pear tree eclipses one of the homes that will be on this year’s Heritage Association of San Marcos tour May 2 and 3. (Photo courtesy of Carl Deal)

Texas State empties out of the dugout to celebrate a home run during Saturday's 14-13 victory over No. 8 UL Lafayette inside Bobcat Softball Stadium (Gerald Castillo).

A crew member works on repairing a boat. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

In honor of Texas Public Schools Week and Texas Independence Day, members of the San Marcos Masonic Lodge No. 342 presented flags that had flown over the State Capitol to delegates from each San Marcos CISD elementary school on March 3, in a ceremony held at the De Zavala Elementary School. Members of a De Zavala student choir performed some Texas-themed songs prior to the ceremony beginning, and Principal Tim Maresch welcomed visitors. Texas Public Schools Week was originally created in 1950 by the Masonic Lodges of Texas to recognize contributions made by the state’s free system of education. (Photo courtesy of Iris Campbell)

San Marcos Masons provide flags


De Zavala Elementary recently held their family reading night. Among those on hand were Billy the Goat from the Dr. Seuss book “Green Eggs and Ham” (principal Tim Maresch) and Thing One (student Landon Munoz). (Photo courtesy of Virginia Martinez)

Reading Dr. Seuss with family


Texas State catcher Sara Rupp lines up the ball for a bunt during Wednesday's 4-3 victory over McNeese State inside Bobcat Softball Stadium (Gerald Castillo).

College Softball: Bobcats edge out McNeese State for 4-3 victory

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

The following scenario hasn’t been anything new to Texas State this season. McNeese State was just the latest opponent to learn as much.


San Marcos senior Ellie Hernandez barrels up a ball during Monday's home game against Boerne-Champion (Gerald Castillo).

High School Softball: Lady Rattlers improve win streak, top Lockhart

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

Back-to-back district games proved to be no problem for the Lady Rattlers Tuesday night.

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