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Texas Sate will host a mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the University Events Center (pictured above) on Thursday from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Mass COVID-19 vaccination event to take place Thursday at Texas State

A mass COVID-19 vaccination event will take place at Texas State’s University Events Center on Thursday, April 22, University President Denise Trauth announced Friday. 

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Above, Montoya is shown in a video he filmed inside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. The Daily Record has edited the photo because the identity of the second man is unclear and it's unclear if he has been charged yet. Photo courtesy of the FBI

San Marcos man arrested for role in Capitol riot

A San Marcos man was recently arrested in connection with his involvement in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, according to documents from the U.S. Department of Justice. 

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Above, frequent fresh produce donors and a past winner of the Spring Harvest Challenge, the San Marcos Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. Photo courtesy of the Hays County Food Bank

Hays County Food Bank’s Spring Harvest Challenge underway

The Hays County Food Bank’s Spring Harvest Food Drive Challenge — a fun way to get the community involved with a friendly little competition — is underway. 

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Above is Jennifer Miller, who was killed in a car accident last June in a collision with Sgt. Ryan Hartman, an officer with the San Marcos Police Department. Photo courtesy of Pamela Watts

Woman seeks justice for death of partner

You may have seen a banner displayed around San Marcos proclaiming “no justice for Jennifer Miller,” who was killed in a car accident last June in a collision with Sgt.

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Lower Colorado River Authority volunteers, alongside city staff, spent hours painting the train pavilion on South Edward Gary Street and planted landscaping in the area on April 9. Pictured, volunteers help plant native grasses and pollinator garden species. Photos courtesy of the City of San Marcos

LCRA volunteers help beautify Downtown San Marcos

The Lower Colorado River Authority selected the City of San Marcos as a recipient of its Steps Forward Day program for the third consecutive year. 


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