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After some discussion of the merits of, problems with and need for more chances for developers to submit Preferred Scenario Amendments (PSAs), the

Ruben Martinez, a Lipan Apache from McAllen, is expected to be among Native Americans from North and South America — plus the Tainos of Puerto Rico, to gather for this weekend’s Sacred Springs Powwow on the shores of Spring Lake. Daily Record photo by Anita Miller

Sometimes, things you were led to believe turn out to not be exactly true. 

Hays County is applying for funds from the Texas Veterans Commission for the Hays County Veterans Treatment Court and other services.

The results of the Nov.

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Texas State sophomore quarterback Willie Jones III will miss the final two games of the 2018 season after he injured his non-throwing shoulder agai

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Texas State’s treacherous November slate continues Saturday. 

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Head coach Veronda Kendall wants her team to improve each game.

Photo by Denise Cathey 

During an unsuccessful Texas gubernatorial campaign in 1857, Sam Houston notified the town of San Marcos he would be stopping by on July 24 to give

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Altered book page from “A Humument” by British artist Tom Phillips. Photos courtesy of Linda Kelsey-Jones

The Walkers’ Gallery at the San Marcos Activity Center invites the public to its reception for the  current exhibit, “Communication,” this Saturday

Blue Moon Optical, owned and operated by the Duffy family,  has been named the Downtown Business of the Month for November. From left are Tyler Duffy, Sarah Duffy, Benjamin Duffy, Tracy Duffy holding Jackson Duffy, Patrick Duffy and Maddox Duffy. Photo courtesy of the city of San Marcos

For the month of November, Main Street is proud to present the Downtown Business of the Month award to Blue Moon Optical for their unique frames, c

The holidays are almost here and according to several reports, shoppers are expected to spend $1.1. trilllion this year and 1 in 6 are expected to apply for a new credit card. Free use photo

Looking for the “perfect gifts,” paired with enticing retail discounts and deals, can pressure holiday shoppers to spend more than they can afford.

Restaurant veterans Cody Taylor, Harlan Scott and Chef Todd Havers have opened Industry, a new restaurant south of the Square in San Marcos. Photos courtesy of  Industry

The Old Justice Center is in the midst of transforming from an empty building and parking lot on the edge of downtown to a thriving shopping center

Obits

Paulino Rodriguez, 77, resident of San Marcos, Texas, passed away Nov. 14 , 2018 in San Marcos, TX.  

Abel Silva Cruz

Abel Silva Cruz of San Marcos, Texas passed away on Monday, Nov. 12, 2018, at the age of 87.

Benito Juarez Rodriguez

Our beloved angel Benito Juarez Rodriguez, 76, received his wings on Nov. 11, 2018.

Opinions

Sunday’s letter to the editor about Planned Parenthood and tax-payer-funded abortion services is misleading in its implication that Planned Parenth