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The City of San Marcos and Texas State University are seeking volunteers for Saturday’s 6th Annual Fall River Clean Up, which takes place between 8:30 a.m. and 12 p.m. Above, city neighborhood enhancement staff, including code compliance, environmental health, resource recovery, Keep San Marcos Beautiful, along with former Mayor John Thomaides participated in the fall river clean up in 2020. File photo courtesy of the City of San Marcos.

City, Texas State seek volunteers for 6th Annual Fall River Clean Up

The 6th Annual Fall River Clean Up takes place Saturday, and the City of San Marcos and Texas State University are seeking volunteers.

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Above, a map depicts where the State Highway 45 Southwest connector would go. Hays County received a rebuke from Travis County for its plan to complete the roadway. Map courtesy of Hays County

Commissioners to discuss Travis County’s letter rebuking SH 45 Southwest plans

The Hays County Commissioners Court will discuss a letter sent by Travis County rebuking a decision to complete the final section of State Highway 45 Southwest.

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Above, Texas State University students register to vote ahead of the Nov. 8 election where San Marcos voters will consider the elimination of low-level marijuana possession enforcement. Photos courtesy of Mano Amiga

Voter registration effort aimed at TXST students ahead of marijuana proposition vote

Proponents of San Marcos’ Proposition A, which would eliminate marijuana possession enforcement of up to 4 ounces, are making an effort to register Texas State University students ahead of the November election. Elle Cross, Mano Amiga’s Right to Justice coordinator, said the local nonprofit and its student chapter have registered 400 students to vote since the beginning of the fall semester, and a total of 900 students since May, ahead of the Prop A vote.

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The sixth annual Mermaid Capital of Texas Festival is set for Saturday. The Mermaid Promenade will begin at 10 a.m.-12 p.m. followed by the Downtown Street Fair from noon to 7 p.m. Above, Mermaid Society SMTX's float traverses through San Marcos during the 2021 promenade. Daily Record file photo by Gerald Castillo

Mermaid Society SMTX names 2022 Mermaid Capital of Texas Festival Royal Court

With the 2022 Mermaid Capital of Texas Festival set for Saturday, Mermaid Society SMTX unveiled the Royal Court on Wednesday.

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The San Marcos Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees approved a plan to reimburse employees who are seeking an advanced degree or participate in an advanced opportunity program. Daily Record file photo

San Marcos CISD Board approves tuition reimbursement plan

San Marcos CISD employees seeking an advanced degree or to participate in an advanced opportunity program will be able to have a portion of their tuition reimbursed.

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