“Unconditional love is as close as the nearest shelter,” reads the marquee on River Road outside the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter.
Saturday night was the 3rd Annual Mermaid Society SMTX Mer-Tini Shakedown.
The uniquely San Marcan sport of unicycle football came back with a vengeance this Sunday with the first two bouts of the season.
On a rainy Saturday morning, San Marcos Academy cheerleaders took young hopefuls through the ropes during the first Jr. Cheer Camp of the semester.
Water was still flowing over the Blanco River Bridge on Post Road Monday, and vegetation in the formerly nearly dry waterway was still bent down by the force of the water.
Travis Elementary had a Grandparent’s Day breakfast Monday morning. Steven Knight visits with his granddaughter, fifth grader Cera Loy, while waiting in the cafeteria line.
Singer Karen Laura performs a Latin variation on jazz standard “Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise” with pianist Francisco Cano as part of their trio El Callejon’s set during the annual Eddie Durham J
In the early morning hours Monday, Randy Cook hoists an American flag outside Gil’s Broiler, part of the Kiwanis Club of San Marcos’ Patriotic Flag Program. Businesses pay a fee to the club to have flags installed throughout the year on patriotic holidays. Funds raised benefit the San Marcos Public Library’s Summer Reading Program. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey
There’s virtually nothing but dry land under the bridge and railroad overpass on Post Road over the Blanco River.
The first day of the new school year dawned Monday for SMCISD with parents taking their eager scholars to school.
San Marcos High School Rattler Band members cheer as they get a surprise hosing down by the San Marcos Fire Department after band practice Friday.
As the summer comes to a close, San Marcos Parks and Recreation’s Camp Quest provides a few more days of fun before the start of the school year for local children.
Tom Guyton and Pastor Mike Hollifield help bring Diana Draper up out of the water after her baptism in the San Marcos River during PromiseLand Church’s annual river baptism on Sunday. The church
Bubbles fill the air as children play with bubble wands, guns and machines during Main Street Program’s annual Bubble Fest on the lawn of the Hays County Courthouse.
With his helpers the “Amazing” Adele Cummins and audience volunteer Andres Reyes holding a scarf, magician “The Fantastic” Kent Cummins prepares to perform Houdini’s chain escape trick and free
As Tracy Weinberg and Friends regale the crowd, Marieta and Steve Hutchison take a turn around the dance floor together at AquaBrew during a fundraiser for ArtSpace, a local organization that ha