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After a hiatus, the "Loud Crowd" a dedicated student section for Texas State University's basketball games returned this season. Above, the loud crowd makes noise and waves balloons during Texas State's men's basketball game against Marshall on Jan. 19 inside Strahan Arena. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

A surprise Twitter update popped up on everyone’s newsfeed the morning of Jan. 12.

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Above, City Councilmember Chris Sheffield (place 3) addresses the crowd at Blue Hole. Photo by Joe Smith/ The Wimberley View.

Take a hike at Blue Hole Regional Park down toward Cypress Creek, staying to the right, past the stone tables.

Hays County recently engaged with Initium Health to help with its plans to conduct a community health assessment, the county recently announced.

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Casino gambling and sports betting are again before the state Legislature in 2023. Credit: Illustration by Todd Wiseman/The Texas Tribune

Gambling legalization advocates in

Sports

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Texas State snapped a three-game losing streak as the Bobcats knocked off the Georgia Southern Eagles in a thrilling 70-67 win on Thursday. Above, junior guard Davion Coleman prepares to launch a 3-pointer during Thursday’s win over the Eagles. Below, senior forward Nighael Ceaser and Coleman celebrate. Daily Record photos by Gerald Castillo

Texas State snapped a three-game losing streak as the Bobcats knocked off the Georgia Southern Eagles in a thrilling 70-67 win on Thursday.

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Texas State rallied to defeat Old Dominion on Thursday after trailing entering the fourth quarter. Above, the Bobcats step on to the court during their game against Arkansas State on Jan 14. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Texas State continued its rallying ways after staging a double-digit comeback against Old Dominion.

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Moe Johnson

I was reading an article in the Texas Co-op Power magazine this week.

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After a hiatus, the "Loud Crowd" a dedicated student section for Texas State University's basketball games returned this season. Above, the loud crowd makes noise and waves balloons during Texas State's men's basketball game against Marshall on Jan. 19 inside Strahan Arena. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

A surprise Twitter update popped up on everyone’s newsfeed the morning of Jan. 12.

Features

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart at the Moonlight Serenade Dance at the Wimberley Community Center — 14068 Ranch Road 12 in Wimberley

Answers to Go

Happy Year of the Rabbit, 2023.
Photo from Metro Creative

Q.What is the Lunar New Year? Is it the same as Chinese New Year? A. Yes, Lunar New Year is the same as Chinese New Year. It is also referred to as the Spring Festival, bringing hope for a good harvest in the year to come. In 2023, Lunar New Year is Jan. 22.

Exploring Nature

American robins are distant cousin to common European robins.
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2023 is shaping up as the year of the robin for me.

Mind Windows

Roberto Rios painting “Flight” mural for the Airmen Heritage Museum at Lackland Air Force Base, 1978.
Photos submitted by the San Marcos Art League

‘The Art of Roberto Rios’ on display in various galleries

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San Marcos Daily Record Managing Editor Nick Castillo (pictured above) bids farewell to the newspaper after 6.5 years with the publication. The final paper he'll oversee will come out on Feb. 5. Daily Record photo by Dalton Sweat

“Welcome to San Marcos,” Rattler baseball coach Bryan Webb would blurt out in the dugout during my first year on the San Marcos High School sports

(THE CONVERSATION) A growing number of public schools and colleges in the U.S. are moving to ban Tik-Tok – the popular Chinese-owned social media app that allows users to share short videos.

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Joshua Wright

I’m writing this to invite you to join my family in honoring the life of, and calling for justice for, my son, Joshua Wright, Sunday, Jan.

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