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Dr. Carolyn Watson is the director of the Texas State Symphony Orchestra. She is joining forces with San Marcos CISD Orchestra Director Christopher Hanson to present An Invitation to Dance this Monday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the San Marcos High School Performing Arts Center. There is no admission fee for the concert that promotes the orchestral experience while bringing together musicians who can learn from each other. The concert will feature the San Marcos High School Philharmonic and Chamber string orchestras, the San Marcos High School Full Symphony Orchestra, the Texas State University String Orchestra and the Texas State University Symphony Orchestra. (photo by Dr. Carolyn Watson)

Dear Abby 4/15/16

Refuge after parents’ divorce turns into prison for teen

DEAR ABBY: I’m 17 and have been in a relationship since I was 13 with the same person on and off. I have been with him since my parents divorced, so you might say he’s been my crutch for a long time. 

The late Robert E. Pulver taught at Southwest Texas State University, now Texas State University, was active in the community and sang with St. Mark’s Episcopal Church choir. (photo Courtesy of Carmen Imel)

Tree of Honor ceremony will be held Friday

On Friday, April 15 at 5 p.m., the Heritage Association of San Marcos will honor the late Robert E. Pulver with the Tree of Honor ceremony in the Veramendi Plaza. The community is invited to attend the dedication ceremony.
In the event of rain, the ceremony will be the San Marcos Activity Center located at 501 E. Hopkins St. Refreshments will be served.

The image of third United States President Thomas Jefferson appears on the nickel. On the back of the nickel is Monticello. The nation’s Founding Father is credited for the architectural design of Monticello. Jefferson would have celebrated his 273rd birthday on April 13. (photo by

Dear Abby 4/14/16

Keeping wealth quiet causes millionaire to suffer anxiety

DEAR ABBY: I’m a 29-year-old self-made millionaire who has spent the last decade saving and investing my middle-class income. I grew up dirt poor, so at 18 I left home with $5, went straight to work and never looked back.



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