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Women in leadership roles throughout San Marcos gathered on March 8 for a Women's Symposium hosted by the San Marcos Lions Club and the Hays-Caldwell Women's Center. Left, attendees launch personalized paper planes into the air during the symposium. Photos by Rowe Ray

Women's Symposium on Service

The San Marcos Lions Club and Hays-Caldwell Women's Center joined together on International Women’s Day last week to host a Women's Symposium on Service at the San Marcos Activity Center.

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During last years session of  San Marcos Parks and Recreation's Spring Break Camp, campers dive onto the pile of beads as they use their clothespin “beaks” to grab color-coded beads representing different types of food and materials for a science-based activity at the Discovery Center. Daily Record file photo by Denise Cathey

Spring Break in San Marcos

Spring Break may already be here, but there’s still time to plan activities and staycations for all those staying put during the school holiday.

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With grain silos as a backdrop, developer Michael Schroeder explains an architect’s rendering of the Katerra building, which is slated to become the first tenant in the SMART Terminal. The project goes up for an annexation vote Tuesday before the San Marcos City Council. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Media tours proposed site

The proposed SMART (San Marcos Air, Rail and Truck) Terminal development east of town will include measures to improve water quality and abate flooding, the project developer and engineer said Thur

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Fencing has supplemented yellow caution tape at Rio Vista Falls in an attempt to keep people off rocks that have become dislodged. The city is seeking a fast track for necessary permits so the area can be repaired. Though the bank is inaccessible, the river is still open for recreation. Daily Record photo by Anita Miller

Emergency Repairs


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