Being the river community that San Marcos is, it is no surprise that the annual Texas Water Safari makes a real splash.
Eleven Texas State University graduate students were awarded the Philanthropic Educational Organization International Peace Scholarship for 2023-2024.
Freshman hammer thrower qualifies for NCAA National Meet in Austin
Freshman overcomes challenges,
Lone Star NIL, LLC, today announced its official launch as a firstof- its-kind name, image and likeness program established exclusively for Texas-based collegiate student-athletes enrolled at in-state universities and colleges.
The Wimberley Players will screen two movies the weekend of June 9 as part of its 2023 Summer Outdoor Movies series.
Wait before you spray, smash, slap or swat
San Marcos may be much loved by humans as a tourist destination, but the town is also an important stopover site for migrating birds, particularly Neotropical migrants who make their yearly trek from South and Central America to Texas.
Q.I heard that the library has programs to promote mental health. What are they and what other resources does the library have to help improve my mental health?
It’s long past time for me to put a flagpole in the center of my front yard — one that holds a large American flag that dances proudly in the summer breeze.
I shudder to imagine how Aunt Marie (God rest her soul) would react to today’s explosion of expectations for tipping.
When Walter Buenger wants to explain to someone what history is, he starts with a simple question: when was that fancy façade on the Alamo–that funny gable that looks like the top of an ornate chest of drawers–constructed?
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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