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Susanne Ritter, Business Engagement Liaison and Apprenticeship Coordinator has established the apprenticeships with DJH in addition to the Golden Age Home, and National Flooring Contractors Apprenticeship Program. Students will be given the opportunity to receive their CDL license, through the DJH Partnership, this is an asset for the students that are currently enrolled in the Construction and Manufacturing Pathways. Pictured are from DJH Tiffany Townsend, Katrina Hawkins, TransportEQ Jerri Banks, Greater San Marcos Partnership Ted Groholske, Pastor Darius Todd, Wayne Thompson Elevation HR, Central Texas Regional Training Academy Ramiro Camarillo, Gary Job Corps staff, Chris Roff, Evelyn Hernandez, Betty Oliva, Adam Cantu, Susanne Ritter, Waddell Walton, Students from the Material Handling and Overhead Linesman Vocations.
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DJH Express National Training Academy partnership with Gary Job Corps

DJH Express National Training Academy partnership with Gary Job Corps

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The graduating San Marcos High School seniors walked through the halls of the elementary schools with the fifth grade graduating class on Monday following the fifth grade graduation ceremony. Pictured are the seniors at Bowie Elementary.
Daily Record photos by Shannon West

WALKING THE WALK

WALKING THE WALK

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Lt. Colonel, Retired, David Jaillite

High school graduation advice from head of San Marcos Academy ROTC

Every May in Hays County and throughout Texas high school and college seniors are filled with excitement and possibly even anxiety about their graduation and next steps. Some are preparing to go to college, some to technical school, some into their career of choice and some have no idea what the next step will be. For all graduating seniors throughout our area, San Marcos Academy ROTC commander, Lt. Colonel, Retired, David Jaillite has some words of wisdom.

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“Travel is an economic powerhouse,” Mayor Jane Hughson said as she proclaimed May as National Travel and Tourism Month in San Marcos. As part of the proclamation, Hughson said that traveler spending directly generated tax revenues of $23,9 million locally in 2023 and supported 2,500 jobs in San Marcos.
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City proclaims May as National Travel and Tourism Month

City proclaims May as National Travel and Tourism Month

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THE ECONOMIST: Who Pays?

In fiscal year 2023, the US government collected about $4.7 trillion in total revenue, with roughly half ($2.35 trillion) derived from the much-maligned personal income tax. We don’t have a detailed breakout yet, but the Tax Foundation recently released an analysis of individual income return statistics from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for 2021. Given the attention that taxes always manage to muster in election season and our current fiscal excesses, it’s worth a brief review.

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