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Kyle police made an arrest after a multitude of vehicles had their tires slashed in the Woodlands and Cool Springs neighborhoods on Monday. 

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Above, City of San Marcos officials, project managers and guests celebrated the completion of the Rio Vista Falls Maintenance Project and grand opening of the San Marcos River Shared Use Pathway on Wednesday. Below, Director of Parks and Recreation Drew Wells speaks to a crowd at Wednesday's ribbon cutting ceremony. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo

The City of San Marcos celebrated the official opening of Rio Vista Falls and its San Marcos River Shared Use Pathway with a ribbon cutting ceremon

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The San Marcos City Council approved an increase in electric utility rates for Large Independent, Redundant Service and Large Distributed Generatio

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Above, members of the San Marcos Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees and Superintendent Dr. Michael Cardona present an honorary resolution recognizing Trustee Celestino Mendez, who died earlier this month, to his daughter. Screenshot via San Marcos CISD YouTube

The San Marcos Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees honored former Trustee Celestino Mendez Jr. with an honorary resolution.

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Texas State’s pitching rotation was in a near-constant flux in 2021.

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Texas State junior sprinter Dominick Yancy (center) earned two gold medals during the Sun Belt outdoor track and field championships over the weekend, taking first place in the men’s 400 meters and helping the Bobcats’ 4x400-meter relay team finish in first. Photo courtesy of the Sun Belt Conference

The Texas State men’s and women’s track and field teams finished third and fourth, respectively, at the Sun Belt outdoor championships over the wee

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Texas State Baseball claimed a share of its second-ever Sun Belt championship over the weekend, sweeping Louisiana in the team’s final home series

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Texas State Softball reached the Sun Belt tournament championship game for the first time since 2018 on Saturday, but fell to Louisiana in the fina

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The Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (“ARPA-H”) was recently established as a new federal agency with the mission of transforming healt

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Lots of people enjoy watching birds — and also feeding them.

Quarterly meeting of the Wimberley Birding Society is set for 10 a.m., May 16, in the Wimberley Community Center. Speaker will be Mike Davis and his topic is “Photos of Birds Encountered in This Area.”

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If you have a habit of forgetting names as soon as you’re introduced, join the club.

(THE CONVERSATION) A baby formula shortage has added to the woes of American parents already confronted with the pressures of raising an infant during a pandemic in a country ranked low for family-friendly policies. Media reports have

Honest, I’m going to write a book chockful of random thoughts someday (my more serious book about religion is already available on Amazon), but deadline pressures keep forcing me to cannibalize my ideas for this column instead.

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