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After the sun came out on Thursday, people — and turtles — returned to Rio Vista Park. Forecasters say we may have more rain late in the weekend, but no more freezing temperatures. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

Emergency responders at the scene of Monday’s school bus crash. (Photo courtesy Lydia Sanchez)

Christopher Salinas - News Reporter

Monday afternoon took an unexpected turn for a family living along Hwy. 21 when a crane utility truck rear-ended a San Marcos CISD bus with 11 Travis Elementary students on board.


Trash in a ditch on Cape’s Road on its way to the San Marcos River. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

Anita Miller - News Editor

The fruit trees around town are already in bloom, and bulbs that lay dormant over the winter months have sprouted. That means spring is near.


It might look like a herd of elephants came through Leighton Stallones’ northwest San Marcos yard but it was the whipping wind instead. Stallones lives off Lime Kiln Road. (Photo courtesy of Leighton Stallones)

Anita Miller - News Editor


All the scenery isn’t underwater during glass bottomed boat rides at the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment. This great blue heron stood silently on the shore of Spring Lake waiting for a fish to come within striking distance. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

After the sun came out on Thursday, people — and turtles — returned to Rio Vista Park. Forecasters say we may have more rain late in the weekend, but no more freezing temperatures. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

Emergency responders at the scene of Monday’s school bus crash. (Photo courtesy Lydia Sanchez)

Trash in a ditch on Cape’s Road on its way to the San Marcos River. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

It might look like a herd of elephants came through Leighton Stallones’ northwest San Marcos yard but it was the whipping wind instead. Stallones lives off Lime Kiln Road. (Photo courtesy of Leighton Stallones)

All the scenery isn’t underwater during glass bottomed boat rides at the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment. This great blue heron stood silently on the shore of Spring Lake waiting for a fish to come within striking distance. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)
Much of the work reconstructing streets in downtown San Marcos is done; yet much remains. Construction equipment, discarded street signs and orange barrier markers occupy a lot off Hutchison Street. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)
Hazel Rivas

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The March District Diamond from the Miller Middle School campus is Hazel Riv

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Sports


From left: Texas State's Vic Bermudez, Kavin Gilder-Tilbury, Austin Evans and Ojai Black celebrate a victory over Arkansas State last Saturday night inside Strahan Coliseum (Gerald Castillo).

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Despite a 67-64 loss to Appalachian State on Thursday, Texas State still clinched a berth into next week’s Sun Belt Tournament.

Food

Candice Brusuelas, SMDR Features Editor, tries to get one of our News Reporters, Chris Salinas, to open up his pallet and eat more vegetables.

By Aiden Diaz
Multimedia Editor

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