SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (AP) — All federal lawsuits against the U.S.
Main Street Advisory Board Past Chair Debbie Harvey looks over plans for the renovation of Kissing Alley while others discuss the significance of the alley. From left to right are Harvey, The Hub Cyclery owner Andy Howard, city council member and downtown property owner Scott Gregson, Black Rabbit and The Shade owner James Wilson and Carina Boston Pinales of Splash Coworking.
Daily Record photos by Colton Ashabranner
Representatives from Burditt Land|Place presented their ideas and asked for community input during the gathering. From left are architect Claudia Walker, designer Laura Howard, President Charles Burditt and Sarah Korpita, community investment and engagement.
Near-perfect spring weather graced San Marcos for last weekend’s Downtown Swing festival. This year’s celebration of swing music (Swing on the Square in 2017) had more venues and performers and, for the first time, all events were open to the public. The festival was a project of Main Street, which Manager Samantha Armbruster noted, showcased downtown’s thriving music scene. The Saturday morning Farmer’s Market on San Antonio Street featured acts including The Swingettes, who brought their own brand of Western Swing tunes plus old standards. Shown above are Nick Lochman on standup bass, Ian Lee on fiddle and Dan Holmes on piano. Their rendition of “Won’t You Ride in My Little Red Wagon” drew fans of all ages, including those as young as Ava Raynn Swindle, shown at left.
Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey
The Blue (Top) and Gold (Bottom) rosters were set in the preliminary meeting for the first FCA All-Start game that will be held at San Marcos High School. Some of the most recognized athletes and followers of Chirst were selected to play in the Central Texas game with an opportunity to compete with some of the best competition in the area.
Daily Record Photos by Donavan Jackson
SAN ANTONIO — San Marcos had reason to be confident.
Texas State began its run in the Sun Belt with a 3-0 (25-19, 25-13, 25-19) sweep over Louisiana-Monroe on Friday at the Fant-Ewing Coliseum in Monr
Texas State rallied from a 1-0 deficit to defeat Louisiana-Lafayette, 2-1, in double overtime inside the Ragin’ Cajun Soccer/Track Complex in Lafay
After surrendering a season-high 44 digging errors on Tuesday in a 3-1 road loss to Schertz Clemens on Tuesday, the Lady Rattlers continued to stru
The San Marcos Public Library will host two author talks next week that will feature author Jessica Soukup discussing being an educated ally for tr
The Greater San Marcos Partnership will be hosting their 5th Annual Greater San Marcos Innovation Summit next Tuesday at the Embassy Suites San Mar
Studio San Martian, the latest artist and artisan gallery and event space to open downtown, held their soft opening in August and now is operat
Saturday night was the 3rd Annual Mermaid Society SMTX Mer-Tini Shakedown.
Mr. Sammie Alcala, 73, of Amarillo, Texas passed away Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018. The family will receive friends at 5 p.m., Friday, Sept.
Esequiel Pavia, Jr. (Zeke), 56 years of age, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018 after a battle with cancer.
Maria Olga Mercado, 74, resident of Maxwell, passed away Sept. 17, 2018 in San Marcos, TX.
I never liked the campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.” The implication was that we’d entered some dystopian era in which America was unexce
Congressional Republicans continue to abet and excuse Donald Trump’s relentless assaults on democratic norms and the rule of law.
Musings on flood control Editor, I attended the city of San Marcos flood mitigation meeting last night at the activity center. I can’t help but wonder if the real purpose