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The owners of Crystal River Inn recently announced their intentions to sell the historic buildings that make up the downtown bed and breakfast, but not without some celebration and not without a little criteria for the next owners. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

The Crystal River Inn

Cathy and Mike Dillon, owners of the Crystal River Inn, recently announced their intentions to sell the historic buildings that make up the downtown bed and breakfast, but not without

Rachel Sanborn, representing Hays and Caldwell counties, is sworn in by U.S. Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer. EAA photo

EAA swears in new board

Ten new Edwards Aquifer Authority (EAA) board members were sworn in last week, with U.S. Rep. Trey Martinez-Fischer administering the oath of office. They included Carol Patterson, representing Bexar County/District

Fernando and Yolanda Hernandez with SMDR Circulation Manager Karen George and their new Christmas tree. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

New subscriber wins Christmas tree

Yolanda Hernandez was this year’s lucky winner of the “Subscribe and Win” Christmas tree contest. The beautiful tree was delivered by Karen George, circulation manager for the San Marcos Daily

AMVETS members award $250 to San Marcos Police Department’s Blue Santa program. From left are Provost Marshal Robert U. Mendoza, Sr., Commander Emeritus Dr. Mario Garza, current Commander Steven A. Saxon, accepting for the Police Department Sgt. Richard Mizanin, Lonnie Mobley and Second Vice Commander Lalo Rodriguez. The group meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 5 p.m. at the Housing Authority building at 1201 Thorpe Lane. For more information about AMVETS, contact Commander Steven A. Saxon at ssaxon@mygrande.net. AMVETS photo

AMVETS donates to Blue Santa program

AMVETS members award $250 to San Marcos Police Department’s Blue Santa program. From left are Provost Marshal Robert U. Mendoza, Sr., Commander Emeritus Dr. Mario Garza, current Commander Steven A.

A ribbon cutting was held at Premier ER & Urgent Care located at 1509 N. IH 35 in San Marcos with the Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors, Chamber staff and the doctors and staff of the facility. Premier ER & Urgent Care is staffed with experienced doctors, nurses, radiology tech and support staff. For more, call 254-224-8808. Daily Record photo by Pam Gravis

Premier ER & Urgent Care cuts ribbon

A ribbon cutting was held at Premier ER & Urgent Care located at 1509 N. IH 35 in San Marcos with the Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors, Chamber staff and the

Marines with Charlie Company, 4th Reconnaissance Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve, along with members of the Texas Highway Patrol and Texas State Guard, pull Marine Corps F470 Zodiacs Combat Rubber Raiding crafts through a flooded street in Houston after Hurricane Harvey. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Niles Lee

Texas disasters said intensifying

AUSTIN (AP) — Natural disasters in Texas on the scale of Hurricane Harvey’s deadly destruction last year will become more frequent because of a changing climate, warned a new report Thursday ordere

Excited shoppers wait with their shopping carts outside the new Habitat for Humanity ReStore which officially opened Thursday. The store sells and accepts donated and excess building materials and home goods with proceeds going to build affordable homes in the San Marcos area. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Habitat Restore

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