A small plane crashed at the San Marcos Regional Airport on Thursday.
San Marcos CISD received a C accountability score from the Texas Education Agency for the 2018-19 school year.
A new non-profit is aiming to provide school supplies to families in need.
In the nearby Blanco County, four landowners will receive over $3 million in damages following a court clash with Kinder Morgan.
New Braunfels came up one win shy of a playoff spot last season.
San Marcos took a 3-0 sweep over Crockett in Austin Tuesday night, but it wasn’t easy.
The American Volleyball Coaches Association released its 2019 Preseason Coaches Poll on Tuesday, with Texas State garnering some attention.
Nearly 100 works of art by area artists make up a new show at the Price Center hanging now through Oct. 12.
While store credit cards might seem like a safe option compared to general-use credit cards, the truth is they can get cardholders into serious deb
Student loan debt is a fact of life for many college graduates and their parents, with borrowers owing approximately $1.6 trillion in federal and p
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
Franklin (Frank) Calsbeek, 87, of Grand Rapids, MI, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, August 14, 2019.
Mary Virginia Hendricks was born September 24, 1924, in Boone, Iowa, the third of four children to Abraham "A.J." and Virginia Kading. She died pe
Our beloved Leticia Ann (Eureste) Avila, age 59, resident of Austin, Texas was called by our Heavenly Father on Saturday, August 10, 2019.
As the head of a local nonprofit I know how important it is to scrupulously adhere to the IRS guidelines that include not involving our organizatio
Ah, yes, you speak of a recent Pew Research Center survey that found '46% of adult social media users say they feel 'worn out by political posts an
Federal Judge Keith Ellison had every right to be angry when he blasted the state on Friday for violating a settlement reached last year to stop pu
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