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Anita Miller

Contact Anita Miller at amiller@sanmarcosrecord.com.

Officials with the city of San Marcos, Hays County, CAMPO, Texas State University and the Texas Department of Transportation cut the ribbon ceremoniously opening the overpass behind them. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

‘No excuse’ overpass opens

As dignitaries gathered Monday morning for a ribbon cutting ceremoniously marking the opening of the Loop 82 (Aquarena Springs) overpass, the whistle of a Union Pacific freight train sounded — righ

Burned tires, blackened earth and pieces of the 18-wheeler that burned after crashing on Staples Road Friday morning. Daily Record photo by Anita Miller

Truck driver survives fiery wreck

A truck driver escaped with only minor injuries Friday morning when the 18-wheeler he was driving went off the road on Staples Road and caught fire. It happened around 5:38

Charred metal and tires at the scene of the crash shortly after police reopened the roadway. Daily Record photo by Anita Miller

Driver survives fiery crash

A truck driver escaped with only minor injuries Friday morning when the 18-wheeler he was driving went off the road on Staples Road and caught fire.

San Marcos residents are still getting used to the detours downtown while CM Allen Parkway is being reconstructed between University Drive and Hopkins Street. New Texas State University students, and their families, will have to learn a new way around town too. Classes start Monday, Aug. 27, for both the university and the San Marcos CISD. Daily Record photo by Anita Miller

Signs, signs, everywhere a detour sign

LEGO camp

With laptops and LEGOS, local kids attending the LEGO Boot Camp focusing on Engineering and Robotics were building creations of their own design on Thursday during the weeklong camp at the Price

Before the 13-story Concho Commons begins to reshape the city’s skyline, workers must first excavate, and the figure of one near the center of this photo gives a little scale to just how deep the downtown hole is now. Daily Record photo by Anita Miller

Digging deep to build tall

Heavy machinery was at work on CM Allen Parkway Thursday morning as a flagger directed traffic through the scene. The work was part of the city’s reclaimed water project, and was expected to be complete ahead of the weekend crowds flocking to the San Marcos River. Daily Record photo by Anita Miller

Reclaimed water roadwork

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