Tracy A. Herman (right) and Nicholas Piscone delivered a check for more than $200 to the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter recently to pave the way for it to be a “no kill” shelter. The donation, on behalf of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, came on the heels of another, bringing the total donated to nearly $700. Submitted photo
AUSTIN — Before Hurricane Florence reached the shores of the Carolinas last week, Gov.
A school-based survey shows nearly 1 in 11 U.S.
“Our hearts are heavy.”
Main Street Advisory Board Past Chair Debbie Harvey looks over plans for the renovation of Kissing Alley while others discuss the significance of the alley. From left to right are Harvey, The Hub Cyclery owner Andy Howard, city council member and downtown property owner Scott Gregson, Black Rabbit and The Shade owner James Wilson and Carina Boston Pinales of Splash Coworking.
Daily Record photos by Colton Ashabranner
Representatives from Burditt Land|Place presented their ideas and asked for community input during the gathering. From left are architect Claudia Walker, designer Laura Howard, President Charles Burditt and Sarah Korpita, community investment and engagement.
Near-perfect spring weather graced San Marcos for last weekend’s Downtown Swing festival. This year’s celebration of swing music (Swing on the Square in 2017) had more venues and performers and, for the first time, all events were open to the public. The festival was a project of Main Street, which Manager Samantha Armbruster noted, showcased downtown’s thriving music scene. The Saturday morning Farmer’s Market on San Antonio Street featured acts including The Swingettes, who brought their own brand of Western Swing tunes plus old standards. Shown above are Nick Lochman on standup bass, Ian Lee on fiddle and Dan Holmes on piano. Their rendition of “Won’t You Ride in My Little Red Wagon” drew fans of all ages, including those as young as Ava Raynn Swindle, shown at left.
Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey
The Blue (Top) and Gold (Bottom) rosters were set in the preliminary meeting for the first FCA All-Start game that will be held at San Marcos High School. Some of the most recognized athletes and followers of Chirst were selected to play in the Central Texas game with an opportunity to compete with some of the best competition in the area.
Daily Record Photos by Donavan Jackson
Sitting on the team bus on the tarmac as Texas State waited for its team charter plane to arrive in Mobile, Ala., defensive coordinator Chris Woods
Texas State went undefeated over the weekend and closed out strong against Arizona State to take home the title in the Sparky Classic on Saturday.
The serving was consistent.
San Marcos gave up just three errors from the line and served at a high 93.8 percent clip.
Texas State couldn’t close Saturday’s game out.
(StatePoint) Parents know that seeing clearly is important for their kid’s success in the classroom, but many are not taking their child to get ann
The black-chinned hummingbirds around my place do not get along well at all. Two of them dart in and out at one another around my sugar-water feeder even though there
It is often said, “Oh, if this old building could talk, what stories it could tell.” Well, this old building can talk, so read my story and hear it as
A few weeks ago, I talked about the floating island of plastic in the ocean. Then just the other day, there was a couple of articles in USA Today discussing
David Joseph De Leon, age 78 of Austin, TX passed away Sept. 7, 2018. Cremation arrangements under the direction of Legends Funeral Home.
Oscar Gaitan Rivera Jr., 22, resident of Poteet, Texas, passed away Sept. 2, 2018 in San Antonio, TX. Visitation and Rosary were Thursday, Sept.
James Donald Yeary passed away on Sept. 6, 2018, at the age of 83. He was born in Levelland, TX on April 2, 1935, to Winston and Ora Hortense Yeary.
Musings on flood control Editor, I attended the city of San Marcos flood mitigation meeting last night at the activity center. I can’t help but wonder if the real purpose
September 10, 2018 Honorable Mayor and City Council and Chair and Members of the Planning and Zoning Commission Members of the Committee to review the Lindsey Hill Project PSA-18-04 Greetings;
PLAINS, Ga. — The antithesis of Donald Trump and his administration can be studied, at least for those willing to drive 150 miles south from Atlanta, among magnolias, towering pines