Cheatham Street. Maybe you’ve heard of it.
Cheatham Street. Maybe you’ve heard of it.
Chantelle Yancey, Lead Career Preparation instructor, was selected as the Gary Job Corps February Employee of the Month. She is a resident of San Antonio and has been employed in the Career Preparation Program for 5 years. Pictured are Trainee Support Director Chris Roff, Center Director Patty Lankford, Yancey, and Career Preparation Manager Linda Kindred. Gary Job Corps photo
The SMTX Coalition on Mental Health that formed in late 2018 is gaining support as it continues in its mission to provide adequate mental health resources for young people in the community.
The San Marcos school board wants a new central office, but it doesn’t want to build it on shifting sands.
The effects of the Best Buy Call Center on the amount of sales taxes generated in San Marcos have apparently begun to wane.
The San Marcos CISD will honor a man remembered for his generosity, especially where food is concerned, by naming the high school cafeteria after him.
Reptiles ruled the roost at Wake the Dead Coffee House recently for Homies with Scales’ monthly Reptile Night.
The San Marcos Public Library, in conjunction with the Hays County Master Gardeners, will be holding a Spring Vegetable Gardening class on Wednesday, Feb. 27 from 6 to 7 p.m.
The Department of Theatre and Dance presents the dance concert Momento a Momento Feb. 28-March 2.
San Marcos’ original Carnival Krewe – The Mistick Krewe of Okeanos — will once again bring the Carnival spirit and traditions to San Marcos, with its 7th annual Okeanos Parade on Saturday, March 2
Pictured are Gary Job Corps’ Security/Corrections cadets Chyna Hatton, DaQuan Griffin, Dylan Tucke, Chelsie Murray, Patrick Lintuner, Kiara Rodriguez, Travis Moten and John Lugo; instructor Major Troy Oldbury; Student Government Association representatives Gabriel Kirt, Sharaja Pouncy, Luis Corpus, Adam Adame, Thomas Brewer Jr., Gilbert Maylie, Caleb Burrell and Saure Austin; Coordinator Patricia Beauregard; Business Community Liaison Randolph Goodman; Kiwanis Club members Randal Grizzle, Francis Mendez, Randy Cook, Del Brown, Glen Rydl, Doug and Jeanne Balkman, Charles Johnson, Kelli Whigham, Lon R. Shell, John Polk, James Collier and Margo and Fredrick Case; Veterans’ Service Officer Jude Prather, Hays Historical Society member Linda Coker; AMVETS memberFrank Arredondo; American Legion member Margie Villapando; Hays County Veterans’ Treatment Court representative Gerald Rancharan, PRIDE member Sylvia Sandoval, San Marcos Mayor Jane Hughson, City Council member Lisa Prewitt and Hays County Chief of Staff Alex Villalobos. Gary Job Corps photo
It took some time and assistance, but blades for a wind turbine were successfully navigated from the West Access Road to Hwy. 123 Monday right at the noon hour.
The McCoy College of Business Administration at Texas State University has announced the speaker lineup for this year’s Business Leadership Week, which began Monday and runs through Friday.
Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra, flanked by his chief of staff Alex Villalobos, San Marcos City Council member Lisa Prewitt and Randy Cook from the Kiwanis Club, reads a proclamation honoring veterans, the spirit of public service and the U.S. presidents that have hailed from Texas. Daily Record photo by Robin Blackburn
Dozens of Hays County residents gathered on the steps of the Hays County Courthouse on Monday morning to honor the spirit of public service.
For the second time in less than a week, San Marcos Police are involved in investigating a murder by gun.
The SMART (San Marcos Air, Rail, Truck) Terminal project returns to the city council agenda tonight in the form of an executive session item and potential action.
First off, if you don’t know anything about vaping or E-cigarettes then give yourself a pat on the back because you have nothing to worry about. If you do vape then this article is for you.
Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC) is making women’s comfort and breast health a priority by offering the SmartCurve breast stabilization system.
A rusting electrical box sits in the middle of what used to be a parking lot at the old Hays County Civic Center grounds. The county closed the civic center in 2013 and, according to county tax records, still owns most of the land where the center once stood. Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra is holding a series of community meetings to gauge interest in bringing a new civic center to the Interstate 35 corridor — whether in San Marcos, Kyle or Buda.
Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey
The mention of the Hays County Civic Center can evoke fond memories in longtime county residents: concerts, livestock shows, youth agricultural competitions, cultural celebrations — and, of course, the Republic
Two men with lengthy local rap sheets were arrested Friday night for last week’s murder of 20-year-old Aaron “Jack” Jackson Peterman at the Park North Condos on Aquarena Springs Drive,