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Despite the New Year’s Day chill, dozens of people kept to tradition by jumping in the San Marcos River at noon on Jan. 1. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Jumping into the New Year

“Bracing” is a kind description of what the cold wind felt like the morning of New Year’s Day, but more than 100 people braved the temperatures anyway for the annual Plunge into the San Marcos Rive

Caty Partin recently retired from Gary Job Corps Center after 23 years of service. Over the years she taught all subjects for the GED, assisted students with the Job Corps Academic Olympics, set up the first high school on-line program, facilitated focus groups with students, worked with vocational instructors to show how service learning would assist students in understanding the need of the basics and assisted with the planning and execution of Student Graduation Ceremonies. Pictured are Academic Manager Chris Buerger, Director of Student Training Rhea Medina, Principal Candy Bagley, Academic Supervisor Hoddar Gharib, Academic Supervisor Partin (seated). Gary Job Corps photo

Partin retires from Gary Job Corps Center

Caty Partin recently retired from Gary Job Corps Center after 23 years of service. Over the years she taught all subjects for the GED, assisted students with the Job Corps

Gary Job Corps cadet Michael Lewis was honored for his actions that helped save the life of a man stabbed at Sights & Sounds of Christmas. Shown are Gary Safety and Security Director Craig Marks, Corrections instructor Capt. Preston Smith, Chief Park Ranger Scott Raven, Lewis, Center Director Patty Langford, Sights & Sounds Board member Elva Zdeb and Gary Business Liaison Randolph Goodman. Lewis comforted the victim and helped to stem his bleeding. Gary has assisted with security and crowd control at the annual Christmas festival for more than 15 years. Gary Job Corps photo

Gary cadet recognized for life-saving efforts

Wednesday’s rainfall, heavy at times, affected both people and livestock. Above, a Longhorn steer takes advantage of a break in the downpour to nibble on some grass as water droplets can be seen on the barbed wire fence in front of him. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo 

Rainfall without repercussions

San Marcos drivers had a rough time of it making their way around town and home on Wednesday, as on-again, off-again rain showers continued all day.

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