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Following a long summer of marching practice, the San Marcos High School band got a cooling off in August, when the San Marcos Fire Department made a surprise visit to Rattler Stadium and turned on their fire hoses. Daily Record Photo by Denise Cathey

Looking back at the year that was

A contentious midterm election with record-breaking voter turnout, a high-profile intoxication manslaughter trial, protests at Texas State and a deadly apartment fire that drew national attention were just some of

Gary Job Corps staff, students and staff of San Marcos Embassy Suites donated toys, gift cards and $400 cash to ensure the children at the shelter have a very Merry Christmas. Over the years, the partnership between the Gary Job Corps and San Marcos Embassy Suites have spread the joy by not only giving to the GSMYC, but assisting the Hays Caldwell County Women’s Center, local nursing homes with Christmas caroling and giving cards and cooks for Valentine’s, Father’s, and Mother’s Day. Pictured are Julia Ramsey, Christi Shannon and Terry Jackson from GSMYC, Elva Zdeb from Embassy Suites and Patty Lankford, Susanne Ritter, Rachel Garnes and Randolph Goodman from Gary Job Corps.

Spreading Christmas cheer with GSMYC

Gary Job Corps staff, students and staff of San Marcos Embassy Suites donated toys, gift cards and $400 cash to ensure the children at the shelter have a very Merry

Volunteer Claudia Reyes and PATH certified physical therapist Suzanne Braden walk on either side of Jude Gates, 5, as they situate his legs properly on his horse during his riding session at RED Arena. The nonprofit works to empower children and adults with disabilities through equine-assisted therapies, therapeutic riding lessons, job training programs and other activities. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Empowerment through equine-assisted therapy

San Marcos is no longer a one horse town. RED Arena, an equine-assisted therapy and therapeutic riding lessons nonprofit, has officially opened its doors and services to the greater San

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