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Firefighters are battling a wildfire in Dripping Springs that has burned approximately 75 acres. Photo courtesy of Hays County

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Firefighters are battling a wildfire in Dripping Springs that has burned approximately 75 acres, according to Hays County. 

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Firefighters are battling a wildfire in Dripping Springs that has burned approximately 75 acres. Photo courtesy of Hays County

Firefighters are battling a wildfire in Dripping Springs that has burned approximately 75 acres, according to Hays County. 

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The San Marcos City Council discussed a previously approved economic incentive agreement with Hill Country Group LLC. to bring a film studio (pictured above) to the La Cima development. Artist rendering courtesy of Greater San Marcos Partnership

The San Marcos City Council revisited its economic incentive deal with a film studio but chose to take no action.

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San Marcos Mayor Jane Hughson proclaimed Tuesday as San Marcos Youth Baseball & Softball Association 12-U Rattlers Softball All-Star Team Day. The team won the Pony League Regional Championship tournament on June 26. Pictured above, coach Gabe De Los Santos, head coach Alex Alonzo, Audleina De Los Santos, Milliana-Rae Martinez, Nevaeh Salinas, Jaimee Bell Rivas, Madelyn Nunez, Manager. Front row, Robin Nunez, McKenna Bickford, Jenyce Castro, Victoria Pardo, Maiah Farias, Yessenia Banegas, Ximena Torres, Aureilia Garza and coach Roland Nunez. Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo

San Marcos Mayor Jane Hughson recognized the San Marcos Youth Baseball & Softball Association 12-U Rattlers Softball All-Star Team for winning

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Blue Hole Regional Park was recently recognized by Tripadvisor as a 2022 Travelers’ Choice award winner for the second year in a row. The award celebrates destinations that have received excellent reviews from travelers around the world on Tripadvisor. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Blue Hole Regional Park was recently recognized by Tripadvisor as a 2022 Travelers’ Choice award winner for the second year in a row, the City of W

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San Marcos Mayor Jane Hughson proclaimed Tuesday as San Marcos Youth Baseball & Softball Association 12-U Rattlers Softball All-Star Team Day. The team won the Pony League Regional Championship tournament on June 26. Pictured above, coach Gabe De Los Santos, head coach Alex Alonzo, Audleina De Los Santos, Milliana-Rae Martinez, Nevaeh Salinas, Jaimee Bell Rivas, Madelyn Nunez, Manager. Front row, Robin Nunez, McKenna Bickford, Jenyce Castro, Victoria Pardo, Maiah Farias, Yessenia Banegas, Ximena Torres, Aureilia Garza and coach Roland Nunez. Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo

San Marcos Mayor Jane Hughson recognized the San Marcos Youth Baseball & Softball Association 12-U Rattlers Softball All-Star Team for winning

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Dave Campbell’s Texas Football (DCTF) selected two Bobcats to its 2022 Preseason All-Texas College Teams.

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Photo courtesy of Texas State Athletics

Texas State named Kendall Brooks as its next head tennis coach on Thursday.

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Photo by Gerald Castillo

Dave Campbell’s Texas Football (DCTF) released its 2022 magazine, featuring a preview of the San Marcos football team.

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M. Ray Perryman 

After agreeing not to support any new fossil fuel investments with public dollars after 2022, the G-7 has backtracked and decided to facilitate dev

Exploring Nature: Chickadees

Pretty little chickadee. Graphic from Metro Creative

Let me sing the praises of the Carolina chickadee, a year-round resident at my place and a most charming little bird.

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A Texas Cooter sunning in Sink Creek, San Marcos. Photos by Jason Cook

Q. What kind of turtles are there in the San Marcos River?

I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change

Left to right, Rebecca Wood, Ronald Lessane and Kristen Hardin rehearse the song Single Man Drought in I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change. Photo by Hannah Corbett

The Wimberley Players will present the musical comedy “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change,” opening July 15 and running for four weekends through Aug. 7.

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It’s been way too long since I lit a sparkler as the sun goes down on the Fourth of July.

The front page of the July 8, 1947 “Roswell (New Mexico) Daily Record” seized the American imagination with the headline “RAAF (Roswell Army Air Field) Captures Flying Saucer.”

In a House Judiciary Committee hearing after the massacre of 19 students and two teachers in Uvalde, U.S. Rep. Chip Roy argued that 18-year-olds should be able to purchase and carry assault rifles, the type of weapon the 18-year-old shooter had just used on children. Why? Because, he said, the weapons might be needed to use against the government in case, for example, …. there were attempts to lock us in apartment buildings like they do in China to stamp out COVID.

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