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BELTON, Texas (AP) — An 86-year-old Texas man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison after he was convicted of fatally shooting his 80-year-old neighbor during an argument. Santiago
The Record’s online poll from June 28- July 12 asked readers whether they think the Texas Constitution should allow for delegation of the power of eminent domain to a private
Texas State commit Trace Martin will head to Toledo, Ohio this week to play in the 72nd US Junior Amateur tournament.
The Maxwell Football Club released its 2019 Bednarik Award Watch List on Monday afternoon, featuring Texas State senior linebacker Bryan London II.
On Friday, San Marcos CISD introduced two new coaches who will take over the Rattlers’ boys’ basketball program in Steven Pinchback and Jason Napol
If you are a big fan of hummingbirds, you’ll want to head down to Fort Davis, come Aug. 22-25. That’s when the annual Davis Mountain Hummingbird Festival will be held.
With Texas State University move-out season comes an abundance of household items being piled up in and around apartment dumpsters on curbs throughout the city, like this one on Sagewood Trail in 2016. This year a town and gown program between Texas State and the city are looking to change that. Daily Record file photo
Every Texas State University moveout season San Marcos groans with a collective sigh as couches, television sets, lawn chairs and other various household items coagulate along curbsides, dumpsters and even
San Marcos Public Library 625 E. Hopkins St. 512-393-8200 Q. Would you like to hear about what carpenters thought about the 2 by 4’s reduction in size? This is number
A demolition crew finished knocking down the old San Marcos Telephone Company building Wednesday. The building was constructed in 1928 and included on the National Register in 1983. It is one of several buildings being demolished to make room for San Marcos Lofts I, a $15 million multifamily development slated to have 166 units with 240 beds. Daily Record photo by Rachel Willis
Fighting a strong wind, Kelly Stone works quickly to snap a skirt onto Aunt Flow, the USCA C-1 boat she’ll be racing in during a training run in Seadrift, Texas. The skirt will help keep water out of the boat as Stone navigates the choppy waters of the San Antonio Bay. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey
The Just For Fun parade took place downtown on Saturday morning, beginning at the Children’s Park. In this year’s annual Just For Fun parade, a number of participants sport Viking helmets and capes in tribute to ‘Viking Goddess’ Susie Mullen. The Just For Fun Parade celebrated its 42nd year of good-natured fun and whimsy with cyclists, hula-hoopers, floats, two local bands and a goat named Hank as part of the parade through downtown San Marcos. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey
of Theology, and an MBA from Indiana University. An ordained Methodist minister, Ed served as an Army chaplain in Vietnam and Germany and at the Army Chaplain School in NYC.
Paul T. Carmack, a resident of San Marcos, died peacefully at the age of 98 on Saturday, June 29, 2019.
William “Bill” Maxwell Soyars passed away on July 2, 2019 at the age of 93 years. He was born April 15, 1926 to Erwin and Bernice Soyars.
Wednesday, July 24 is a good day to settle down in front of the TV and participate in a historical event, as Special Counsel Robert Mueller spends the day testifying
I feared that the upcoming 50th anniversary of the first manned moon landing might get eclipsed by other celebrations (the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall
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