KELANY BRENT DUO AT SAVAGE'S HILL COUNTRY BAR & GRILL
A federal judge in Texas on Thursday struck down a key provision in the Affordable Care Act that mandates insurers provide preventive services for free, including those for cancer screenings.
The San Marcos City Council and the San Marcos Police Officers Association continued their meet and confer negotiations Thursday in an effort to move forward in the finalizing of a new agreement that takes into account wages, hours of employment and other terms and conditions of employment for officers of the rank of commander and under.
The Miller Middle School Jazz Band took home top honors at a statewide festival. Pictured, in no order, are Kalen Shanks, Steven Urrutia, Vicente Esquivel, Eve Prince, Riley Sivilay, Taliesin LeDoux, Alvin Close, Alexandra Hathcock, Finn Freitas, Nora Diebold, Gavin McDonald, Jordynn Grimes, Keifer Hinton, Kevin Vacaflores, Maebry Kraatzx and Jazz Band Director Hector Ramirez.
Photo provided by SMCISD
The halls of San Marcos CISD Doris Miller Middle School are rich with the winning sounds of music this week as the Jazz Band took home top honors in a statewide festival.
Head Coach G.J. Kinne and Offensive Coordinator Mack Leftwich have perhaps one of the most unique and strongest connections between offensive play callers in the state.
An extra inning homerun was enough to spoil the upset as the Texas State Bobcats fell to the No. 22 Baylor Bears 3-2.
San Marcos snapped a three game losing streak with a late home run in the seventh inning as the Rattlers topped the East Central Hornets 2-1.
The inaugural city-wide San Marcos Studio Tour kicks off today and continues through the weekend.
SMCISD STEAM FAIR
There are 15 species of cranes throughout the world, inhabiting every continent except South America and Antarctica. Among the rarest of these is the majestic whooping crane, Grus americana.
Last week, in honor of Women’s History Month, I wrote a bit about San Marcos Women. This week I will continue by highlighting two women who have had the honor of being named in the San Marcos Women’s Hall of Fame.
I was introduced to the carceral system on March 5th, 2018 when my good friend Devonte Amerson and I were wrongfully accused and placed in Hays County Jail, where we faced seemingly insurmountable circumstances fighting for our justice and freedom. Unfortunately, this is the case for millions of Americans each day that have been subjected to the cruel criminal legal system that exists in this country and in our “Great State of Texas” for the past 50 years.
The Texas Senate last week unanimously approved a $16.5 billion package to lower property taxes and inject billions of dollars into public schools.
The sun is shining today and Spring is upon us.
Two Hays County Barbecue joints were honored by Texas Monthly has top spots in the state — Hays Co. Bar-B-Que in San Marcos and Creekside Cookers in Wimberley. Above, Hays Co. Bar-B-Que Owner Michael Hernandez poses next to three issues of Texas Monthly, each naming his restaurant in the Top 50 barbecue spots.. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter
On Oct. 11, the Indigenous Cultures Institute will hold a press conference to announce plans to build the center and host a prayer rally at the steps of the Hays County Historic Courthouse at 6 p.m. Above, people gather for a blessing during the 2019 Sacred Springs Powwow. Photos submitted by Indigenous Cultures Institute
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