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Anita Miller

Contact Anita Miller at amiller@sanmarcosrecord.com.

Prior to the start of the Monday march, Symone Willis and Tabitha Williams share their sentiment in a sign recalling Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous speech. This year’s MLK Day celebration is themed “Stay Woke Beyond the Dream.” Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

MLK Day 2019: Stay woke

Untold communities across the U.S. gathered Monday to commemorate Civil Rights legend Martin Luther King Jr. — this year on what would have been his 90th birthday.

Richard Blythe, 19 and Maudicello Cabello-Perez, 20. Cabello-Perez was arrested for abandoning/endangering a child by criminal negligence on Jan. 10. Blythe, who is accused of causing the injuries to the 9-month-old girl is still at large. Photos couresy of Hays County Jail Records

Hospitalized baby’s mother arrested in continuing probe

A 20-year-old San Marcos woman has been arrested in connection with her severly injured baby, who is in Dell Children’s Hospital being treated for injuries including skull and rib fractures

Wednesday’s rainfall, heavy at times, affected both people and livestock. Above, a Longhorn steer takes advantage of a break in the downpour to nibble on some grass as water droplets can be seen on the barbed wire fence in front of him. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo 

Rainfall without repercussions

San Marcos drivers had a rough time of it making their way around town and home on Wednesday, as on-again, off-again rain showers continued all day.

The window at KZSM Radio in the 200 block of North Guadalupe was shattered by a rock at approximately 9:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 27. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Vandals target downtown businesses

Rocks have shattered windows in possibly three or more downtown businesses in recent weeks, prompting a call for other businesses — and their patrons — to be on the lookout.

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