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Jaqueline Cruz Garcia, left front, and  Hayden Q. Burden, right front, are among students working on the project. Also shown are welding instructor Grace Hernandez, trainees John Aguilar Jr., Anthony Allen, Daniel Alejandro Cintron, Luis Velasquez Barrera, Joshua Flores, Johnmichael Bass,  Choya Allen, Paul Hernandez, Sarah Winefeldt, Kenyon Boyd and  Hayden Burden.  For further information concerning enrolling at the Gary Job Corps call:  512-396-6966.  Job Corps works for communities, employers, taxpayers, and the youth of Texas. Gary Job Corps photo

Gary Job Corps welding class showcases project

The Gary Job Corps welding trainees wanted to do something to showcase the welding department and the Gary Center. They did so by constructing an artistic symbol cut from 3/8

Bri Lee and Katinka Pinka sport their mermaid-inspired couture at the 2016 Mermaid Society Art Ball. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

The Mermaid Society Art Ball

The third annual Mermaid Society Art Ball is around the corner and the Mermaid Society SMTX is already gearing up to pack the night with sights and sounds that will

There were no serious injuries associated with a rear-end collision involving two pickup trucks along Interstate 35 North in San Marcos Friday morning, but the incident serves as a reminder to motorists that weekend traffic will be busier than that on weekdays. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Morning Mishap

Heavy machinery was at work on CM Allen Parkway Thursday morning as a flagger directed traffic through the scene. The work was part of the city’s reclaimed water project, and was expected to be complete ahead of the weekend crowds flocking to the San Marcos River. Daily Record photo by Anita Miller

Reclaimed water roadwork

Mad Science

“Radical Ross” Puryear grips the middle of a metal trash can tightly as he explains how the size of the container determines the pitch of noise — in this case an elephant — as his audience assis