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San Marcos Police are investigating a homicide that occurred early this morning at a local apartment complex.

Rodney Guerrero

The former boys athletic coordinator at Goodnight Middle School was arrested last week for having an improper relationship with a student.

With the new school year around the corner, San Marcos High School grads heading off to college, and the last big holiday of the summer not too far

The air quality in Hays County still meets national standards, but ozone pollution is close to putting the county in non-attainment, according to a

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Sports

Photo by Lance Winter

Zak Kuhr wanted to make sure it didn’t come across as coach speak, rather, he truly believes Texas State’s quarterback battle will grind throughout

Photo by Denise Cathey

At 7:58 a.m. at the San Marcos High School indoor practice field, head coach Mark Soto blew his whistle.

Photo by Gerald Castillo

The word ‘Push’ is plastered all over Texas State football’s social media. 

All sports will at one time or another cause an athlete to become injured in some manner.  Each sport has its own specific kind of injury that seem

Features

The 2018 Hays County Alzheimer’s Texas Walk will be held Saturday, Oct.13 at Rec Hall at City Park, with check-in beginning at 9 a.m., the opening ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. and the walk will begin at 10:30 a.m. Photo courtesy of  Alzheimer's Texas

This year marks the 11th Annual Alzheimer’s Walk for support, care and research hosted by Alzheimer’s Texas.

Live Oak Health Partners has added orthopedic surgeon Christopher L. Jimenez, MD to their team that provides complete orthopedic and sports medicine care to residents of Hays County. Photo courtesy of Live Oak Health Partners 

Live Oak Health Partners Specialty Care clinic added orthopedic surgeon Christopher L. Jimenez, MD to its team. He joins Dr.

The cucumber is the fourth most widely cultivated “vegetable” in the world – related to both the melon and squash families – and is technically a fruit.  Photo courtesy of Joe Urbach

Are you growing cucumbers in your garden? If not, you are really missing out on one of the most nutritious and delicious things you can grow during our super-hot summer

Reverend Marilyn Andrews, 74, sings from her pulpit during the Sunday service at Wesley Chapel A.M.E Church as she has done for more than seven years. Andrews, who has devoted her time to the ministry for the past 34 years, plans to officially retire in October. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Marilyn Andrews – Reverend Andrews, if you want to get formal with her – is the minister of San Marcos’ Wesley Chapel also known as the African Methodist Episcopal or

Obits

Maria De Jesus Williams, of San Marcos, passed away Aug. 10, 2018 at the age of 77.

Nanalee “Nikki” Young Childers

Nanalee “Nikki” Young Childers, 88, of San Marcos, TX passed away on Monday, Aug. 6th. She was born in Plymouth, IN on Nov. 19, 1929.

Master Sergeant Domingo R Contreras Jr.

Master Sergeant Domingo R Contreras Jr., age 41, a resident of San Marcos, passed away Aug. 6, 2018. Domingo was born on Aug.

Opinions

Editor, My name is Don Neese and I live at 416 Blanco St. which is approximately 1/2 block from the proposed Lindsey Hill development. Simply, I enthusiastically support this development.

Dear Editor, With this letter I hope to discuss some issues regarding the rezoning request of the Lamar School property from Area of Stability to High Density with consequent destruction

The next Congress may determine the long-term fate of Social Security. Social Security is a compact between generations that has worked remarkably well for 83 years. Current workers contribute payroll

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