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With Texas State University move-out season comes an abundance of household items being piled up in and around apartment dumpsters on curbs throughout the city, like this one on Sagewood Trail in 2016. This year a town and gown program between Texas State and the city are looking to change that. Daily Record file photo

Bobcats Give Back

Every Texas State University moveout season San Marcos groans with a collective sigh as couches, television sets, lawn chairs and other various household items coagulate along curbsides, dumpsters and even

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Mulching and raising the mower blade are simple, cost-friendly ways to reduce water-usage this summer while still caring for your lawn. Photo courtesy of Joe Urbach

Growth in gardening: Watering lawns in the summer

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, 30% to 70% of the water consumed by America’s residential homes is used outdoors. Summertime lawn and garden watering can multiply household water use

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Emmy Award-winning Filmmaker David Blue Garcia will be screening his film "Tejano" Saturday at AquaBrew. Pictured in a scene still, Arturo, played by Hector Uribe (of "No Country for Old Men"). Photo courtesy of Jordan Buckley

Free screening of 'Tejano' Saturday

An Emmy Award-winning director will visit San Marcos Saturday for a free screening of his new, smash-hit, indie thriller "Tejano" at 8:30 p.m. on AquaBrew’s back patio. 

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Downtown walkabout attendees stop to take a look at Tiny Amber Taylor’s booth of paintings and handmade jewelry at the Porch during a prior Downtown Walkabout. Daily Record file photo

Second Saturday in Downtown

The Art Squared Arts Market will take place, with new summer hours in July and August, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the historic Hays County Courthouse lawn.

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Pictured above is Patrick Terry, the founder of P Terry’s, HCWC Executive Director Marla Johnson and HCWC Director of Community Partnerships Melissa Rodriguez, P Terry’s CEO  Todd Coerver and Favor Delivery President Stephen Pho. Photo courtesy of HCWC

P Terry’s & Favor donate $4,000 to HCWC

P Terry’s recently opened their San Marcos location and as a symbol of their commitment to the San Marcos community chose local nonprofit Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center to benefit from the proceeds f

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