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San Marcans traveling along the Interstate Highway 35 feeder road might be surprised to see firefighters from the San Marcos Fire Department asking for donations from drivers as part of their annual “Fill the Boot’ for Muscular Dystrophy Association” campaign. During his shift, firefighter David Tomas carries his boot for donations. Firefighters will be at the intersection of I-35 and Wonder World Drive collecting donations for the until 5 p.m. on Friday. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Motorists asked to ‘Fill the Boot’

Virginia Parker Condie reaches for trash stuck in a tree somewhere near Gonzales, breaking the taboo against standing up in a canoe. Photos submitted by cleanup volunteers

A rite of Spring

Hundreds of volunteers braved chilly temperatures on Saturday to participate in the Great Texas River Clean-up, an initiative that also involves municipalities and businesses along the entire 90-mi

Brookfield Residential's first baby-boomer centric community, Kissing Tree, located in San Marcos, recently won a Gold Award for Best Brochure for a Master-Planned Community at the National Association of Home Builders’  The Nationals awards. Photo courtesy of  Kissing Tree

Kissing Tree wins national marketing awards

Kissing Tree, the first baby-boomer centric community from Brookfield Residential, recently won a Gold Award for Best Brochure for a Master-Planned Community at the National Association of Home Bui

After it had outlived its original purpose, the Summit Inn on Aquarena Springs Drive served as a training ground for law enforcement running SWAT exercises. But last week all that came to an end as a demolition crew began taking the structure to the ground. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Summit Falls

A top predator in his environment, a Great Blue Heron walks through the shallows on the far shore of Spring Lake Tuesday morning looking for some breakfast. The species is one of many that can be found in San Marcos all year round. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Heron Habitat

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