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Things don’t always go smoothly for baby animals and birds. Deer fawns get bitten by fire ants and baby birds fall from the nest. So, what is a concerned person
Some landscapes feature showy flowers in spring, marking the season’s new growth, while other yards slowly awaken from winter, especially when shade dominates the scene. For almost a century, three
Editor's Note: The Journey Continues celebrates three years this month. This is the fourth part in a four part column highlighting notable columns over the years. #14 Every summer, my
Today we are going to talk a little about the recycling of iron and steel plus the recycling of nonferrous metal. From an article in a recent Recycling Today newsletter,
San Marcos Public Library 625 E. Hopkins St. 512-393-8200 Q. When did the San Marcos Daily Record move to the Interstate 35 access road? Where were its offices before that?
I was driving on Texas 150 from Kyle to Wimberley the other day and I could hardly keep my eyes on the road for all the beautiful wildflowers I was
The public is invited to attend a reception for San Marcos artist Robert R. (Bob) Jones at the Calaboose African American History Museum, Sunday, April 7 from 3 to 5 p.m.
San Marcos’ NAPA Auto Parts location has a new look, new name and new owners.
The needs of grocery shoppers are seemingly always evolving, and now more than ever, they want to know where and how their food is produced and what impact it has on the environment.
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