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The Gary Job Corps Student Government Association sponsored the welcome back carnival “Western Shindig” as students returned from winter break. Some 1,400 students enjoyed carnival rides, a midway and more. Above, students at the arcade. PHOTOS COURTESY OF GARY JOB CORPS

Cooking Frito pies are Chef Gary Orris, Pamela Freise, Jordan Ranges and Maria Gardner.
 

Making ‘smores are staff members Anthony Robledo IV, Judith Sasazar and students.

About to embark on a Tube Race are staff members Doug Brown and James Espinoza, along with students William Wansley and Marguon Jetter.

Grande interviewing bilingual workers at Centro

Donavan Jackson - News Intern
Grande Communications will be conducting on-site interviews Jan. 24 for those who are bilingual in Spanish and English.
The interviews will begin at 1 p.m. and will last until 5 p.m. This opportunity will be useful both to individuals that need a part-time or full-time job. According to Gloria Salazar, Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos coordinator, the hiring event will benefit the community.

Police: Family dog killed 2-month-old

Russell Wilde - Staff Reporter
San Marcos Police and Child Protective Services are investigating the death of 12-week-old Skylar Dean Julius they say was apparently caused by the family’s dog.
 The girl’s father told investigators that he fell asleep while the baby napped in a bouncer. He told police he woke up 20 minutes later to find the child cold and unresponsive and with numerous bites believed to be from the family’s German shepherd.

Evan Uzwyshyn prepares to place an orange cone marking the city of El Paso on the Big Map, while classmates including Arlan Jeffers and Gideon McFarland prepare to do the same. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY ANITA MILLER

Teacher Frank Torres joins students including Analia Trevino, Jordin Alderete and Evan Uzwyshyn in walking along the routes of Texas rivers as they flow to the Gulf of Mexico.

Geography and science intersect with Big Map

Anita Miller - Managing Editor

Jamison will be interim city manager

Russell Wilde - Staff Reporter
The San Marcos City Council spent more than two hours behind closed doors before and after the main business on its agenda Tuesday night. It was after 11 p.m. when they finally emerged and appointed Collette Jamison as the interim city manager.
Earlier in the evening, the Amarillo City Council unanimously voted to appoint current San Marcos City Manager Jared Miller to the same position in their city. San Marcos’ council meeting started with Miller making the announcement and officially submitting his resignation.

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