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"Texas Cotton," just made its way out of the Texas Film Festival circuit and will be playing at The Spot for a limited time. The film centers around Sergeant Travis Delmore, an aging lawman, played by George Hardy, that is convinced a mysterious stranger arrested in his small town is innocent. Photos courtesy of Travis Ayers

'Texas Cotton' premiers in san Marcos

You are familiar with the old joke: Four men walk into a bar in Austin. One says to the bartender. "We are going to make a movie." The bartender says,

Representing the CTMC Foundation, Dr. Sue Ann Harrison accepts a check for $1,660 from members of the San Marcos Academy Student Ambassadors. The funds were raised through the Academy’s “Think Pink” activities during the fall semester. With Dr. Harrison are Shelley Henry, sponsor, and Student Ambassadors Caleb Guenther, Ellenya Brito, Walker Nighbert, Emily Shang and Zara Gao. Photo by Bear Bryant

San Marcos Academy students support CTMC Women’s Center for Breast Health

San Marcos Academy students recently presented a check for $1,660 to the Central Texas Medical Center Foundation to support breast cancer awareness and prevention programs at the CTMC Women’s Center

Graduates are (front row, from left) Tina Gonzales, Carina Ferrer, Jessica Cruz and Cookie Baggett, and (back row, from left) Rosa Robinson, Ryley Pollock, Melissa Need, Austin Koester, Dr. Aimee Roundtree, Debbie Chandler and Johnny Baggett. Not pictured are Christian Lindsey and Otto Tagtmeyer. Photo by Don Anders/Anders Photography

New class graduates Citizens Fire Academy

Graduates from the 2018 class of the San Marcos Fire Department’s Citizens Fire Academy accepted their diplomas during the academy’s seventh graduation ceremony on Nov. 5. Citizens Fire Academy is

Felicia Armstead, cook’s helper, was selected as the Gary Job Corps Employee of the Month of November. Prior to working at the Gary Center she served as a Chef for a sorority at Texas State University. She is currently a Pastor and has established a following called Inspiration Outlet Church on the Gary Center. Armstead is married with 3 children and said she has a passion to work with young people and to be the mentor to all. She started a “You are wonderful” campaign on the campus that has been well-received. Pictured are Finance and Administration Director Nathalene Matthews, Food Service Manager Pamela Brown, Armstead, Center Director Patty Lankford and Deputy Directly Rafael Marzan. Gary Job Corps photo

Gary Job Corps Employee of the Month

Jane Hughson is sworn in as mayor by Kathy Morris, who used to hold the office. In the background, Council member Lisa Prewitt beams broadly. Photos by Don Anders/Anders photography

Hughson, Derrick take oaths in front of full house

It was a full house at City Hall for the canvassing of the most recent election’s results and the swearing in of Jane Hughson as mayor and Melissa Derrick as Place 6 council member.