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Anita Reyes Memorial Park will be seeing some improvements after the San Marcos City Council approved a contract with Harper and Associates.

The click and shuffle of tap shoes rang out on the wooden floors at the Price Center Thursday morning during the weekly Community Dance Class program. Instructor Carolyn Hanson (far right) demonstrates a simple traveling time step for her students as they all warm up for the day’s class. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

When the counting starts, San Marcos will be ready.

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Photo by Gerald Castillo

Texas State came roaring back Thursday night. 

Photo by Drew King

Michelle Moreno had a lot of talent in her 2015 crop of talent. One of the most talented was Shyeann Lampkin.

Photo by Gerald Castillo

Bryan Webb could feel his team getting complacent.


A print by artist Debangana Banerjee. Submitted photos

The San Marcos Public Library will be celebrating the expression of women artists this International Women’s Day, March 8 from 4-6 p.m., by hosting

A rendering of a building at the Mission at El Camino Real development. Photo courtesy of the Michaels Organization

The Michaels Organization, a national residential real estate and the private sector owner of affordable housing, has closed on $61 million in fina

While the financial world is full of acronyms and other terms that can be confusing, it’s important to be well versed.


Wilfred Pence Dacus

Wilfred Pence Dacus, age 87, from Houston, Texas, went to be with the Lord and join his wife Janis on Feb.

Chris Landrum, 66, of San Marcos, TX passed away on Sunday, Feb. 17 in San Marcos.

Nicanor (Nick) G. Castro

It is with great sadness that the family of Nicanor (Nick) G. Castro announces his passing on Feb. 11, 2019 at the age of 75 years.


I’m so unhappy with my cable TV and internet services that I’m going to do what I’ve long dreamed of doing: Cancel my subscription! 

Cheatham Street. Maybe you’ve heard of it.

In a recent article published by the Texas State University Star on Float Fes, I was a bit confused. The article seemed a shallow assessment on the issue facing Martindale