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Marines with Charlie Company, 4th Reconnaissance Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve, along with members of the Texas Highway Patrol and Texas State Guard, pull Marine Corps F470 Zodiacs Combat Rubber Raiding crafts through a flooded street in Houston after Hurricane Harvey. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Niles Lee

Texas disasters said intensifying

AUSTIN (AP) — Natural disasters in Texas on the scale of Hurricane Harvey’s deadly destruction last year will become more frequent because of a changing climate, warned a new report Thursday ordere

Excited shoppers wait with their shopping carts outside the new Habitat for Humanity ReStore which officially opened Thursday. The store sells and accepts donated and excess building materials and home goods with proceeds going to build affordable homes in the San Marcos area. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Habitat Restore

San Marcos Academy’s Battalion Commander Cadet LTC Ashton Blackstone congratulates C/Corporal Cody Massey, a junior from San Marcos, as Cadet NCO of the Quarter and C/Corporal Hudson Lee, a freshman from San Marcos, as Cadet of the Quarter during a JROTC Awards Ceremony Dec. 6. A number of other cadets also received recognition for their participation in rifle team, color guard, varsity athletics and other activities. Photo by Bear Bryant

Academy cadets congratulated

San Marcos Chief of Police Chase Stapp (left) and Hays County Sheriff Gary Cutler pose with the bronze statue of fallen San Marcos Police Officer Ken Copeland, who was killed in the line of duty on Dec. 4, 2017 following the public remembrance ceremony at the Hays County Government Center Tuesday. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Remembering Officer Ken Copeland

Many members of the community, especially the local law enforcement community, remember San Marcos Police Officer Ken Copeland, who became the first officer to die in the line of duty in San Marcos