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Anita Miller

Contact Anita Miller at amiller@sanmarcosrecord.com.

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

Valerie Villarreal carefully carries a plant cage out of the way during a Saturday morning workday at the community garden behind St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Last Harvest Looming

Bright yellow sunflowers and the pink and orange booms of echinacea are visited by butterflies and bees as a gentle breeze wafts through the mid-morning air in the one-acre community

The CM Allen Parkway detour. City of San Marcos graphic

Downtown Detours

Whether you live and/or work downtown or — like most San Marcans — visit the area to conduct business, shop, have a meal or take a cool dip in the 72-degree river, you’ve got some changes coming.

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