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Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

Bel Canto Farms hosted a Hunter/Jumper Horse Show over the weekend near Wimberley.

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San Marcos City Council has called into question the viability of a continued 90-day eviction moratorium.

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Above, the City of San Marcos hosted a community workshop, marking the beginning stages of its Downtown Area Plan, on June 22 at the Price Center. The city is set to host an open house regarding the plan on Oct. 12 at the San Marcos Activity Center. Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo

The City of San Marcos is set to host an open house to discuss progress made on the Downtown Area Plan.

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Majestic Realty is set to build an 800,000 square-foot industrial speculative project in San Marcos.


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Daily Record Photo by Gerald Castillo

The Lady Rattlers sent a message to District 27-6A Tuesday evening.

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Daily Record Photo by Gerald Castillo

Texas State graduate setter Emily DeWalt earned her 22nd career Sun Belt Setter of the Week award, the conference announced Oct. 4.

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Photo by Gerald Castillo

Maggie Walsh makes an impact anywhere she goes and wherever she plays.

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Photo courtesy of TXST Athletics

Texas State knows it can’t keep repeating the same mistakes.


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Exploring Nature

An un-pheasant truth: Some birds carry the names of unsavory characters.
Photo from Metro Creative

Oh my, lots of folks are unhappy with the names of birds.

Hays County celebrates Night Sky Month with candlelight dining

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Hays County Friends of the Night Sky announced that many area restaurants, breweries, wineries and distilleries will be celebrating Hill Country Night Sky Month with candlelight dining and drinking on the weekend of the full moon, Oct. 8 and 9.

Sweet Caroline sweet potatoes give vertical dimension to the landscape

Looking like pillars of chartreuse, Sweet Caroline Upside Key Lime ornamental sweet potatoes show why they were Blue Chip Award Winners in Louisiana.
Photo courtesy of LSU AgCenter Research Station, Hammond, La,

There is a real upside to two new sweet potatoes making their debut in 2023. I mean that tongue and cheek as that is actually part of their name, but their application in the landscape looks to be amazing. So here is the skinny, so to speak: Sweet Caroline Upside Key Lime and Sweet Caroline Upside Black Coffee are two climbing sweet potatoes that will be hot commodities in 2023.


Editor, This letter is my response to the front page article in your daily edition for Sept. 29. It regards the dispute between two county commissioners and Judge Ruben Becerra.

The following article is part one of a five-week series focusing on raising awareness about domestic violence. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and we hope to educate our community on this very important issue. One-in-three women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. Locally, the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center has been serving victims of domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and child abuse since 1978. Last year, HCWC served 2,055 victims of abuse (face-to-face) primarily from Hays and Caldwell Counties. 816 of those were victims of domestic violence.

At my day job, we recently underwent a major upgrade of our security cameras.

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