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Health Fair

San Marcans made a commitment to get healthy Saturday at the inaugural San Marcos CISD Health Fair at the SMHS Student Activity Center which offered a fun run, healthcare vend

Pictured are Jennifer, Cheryl and Allen Espinoza, co-owners of Reliable Air located at 4702 N. State Hwy 123 Set. C, along with the San Marcos Chamber Ambassadors, as they celebrate their ribbon cutting and welcome ceremony into the Chamber of Commerce. Reliable Air is a family-owned and operated company. The company has been in business for 22 years and services residential as well as commercial customers. Call 512-548-2894 for more information or to schedule a service. Daily Record photo by Pam Gravis

Reliable Air holds ribbon cutting

Pictured are Jennifer, Cheryl and Allen Espinoza, co-owners of Reliable Air located at 4702 N. State Hwy 123 Set. C, along with the San Marcos Chamber Ambassadors, as they celebrate

A pipeline that Kinder Morgan wants to build through Wimberley Valley will be the subject of several public meetings. The first, called by Pct. 3 Commissioner Lon Shell, will be at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29 at the Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Road 12. Kinder Morgan graphic

Pipeline project meetings planned

A pipeline that Kinder Morgan wants to build through Wimberley Valley will be the subject of several public meetings. The first, called by Pct. 3 Commissioner Lon Shell, will be

Discovery Center staff members receive check from AMVETS members. Back row (left to right) Nina Garcia, Rachel McCaig, Victor Ma, Conrad Chappell and former Commander Dennis Ky Nitsch. Front row (left to right) Second Vice Commander Mark Salinas, Christina Lopez, Kelly Eby, Haley Tacker Eric Weeks, current Commander Steven Saxon, First Vice Commander Lalo Rodriguez and Commander Emeritus Dr. Mario Garza. Photo by Maria Rocha

Veterans group supports restoration work

Members of the local American Veterans (AMVETS) Post 104 visited the Discovery Center on Jan. 18 to award a check of $500 to support work on the Sessom Creek Natural

Left to right, Pct. 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, Wimberley Lions Club members Frank Curtis, 50th Anniversary Committee member; Patrick Cox, past president; Pct. 1 Commissioner Debbie Gonzales Ingalsbe, Bobby Burns, 3rd vice president; Vic Forsyth, past president; Ron Steel, 1st vice president; Richard Newsum, president; Ronnie Strain, past Lion Tamer; Pct. 3 Commissioner Lon Shell, and Pct. 4 Commissioner Walt Smith. Hays County photo

County honors Wimberley Lions for 50 years of service

The Hays County Commissioners Court honored the Wimberley Lions Club on its 50th anniversary and thanked the members for their assistance to nonprofits and their service to the community. The

Left to right are Hays County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Mike Davenport, Capt. Mark Cumberland, Pct. 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, Pct. 1 Commissioner Debbie Gonzales Ingalsbe, Hays County Crime Stoppers Board of Directors Chair Rowe Ray, County Judge Ruben Becerra, Crime Stoppers Executive Director Don Arledge, board member Gary Tucker, Sheriff Gary Cutler, Pct. 3 Commissioner Lon Shell and Pct. 4 Commissioner Walt Smith. Hays County photo

County proclaims ‘Crime Stoppers Month’

The Hays County Commissioners Court last Tuesday proclaimed January as Crime Stoppers Month and thanked the Hays County Crime Stoppers organization for their help in solving crimes. Crime Stoppers programs

A+ Federal Credit Union partnered with San Marcos High School in 2007 to build the first in-school credit union branch and provide hands-on financial education opportunities for students and teachers. Through the Cash-Back Checking partnership and custom Rattler debit card, the school received a check for $21,645 for its 2018 earnings. The Rattler debit card was developed by an SMHS student and is available at the San Marcos HS branch. Members who use the SMHS Rattler debit card earn up to 10 cents cash back to their own accounts and the school. A+FCU also has additional benefits for educators, including an educator mortgage loan, classroom cash loans, direct deposit, and HSA accounts. Shown are SMHS Assistant Principal Jennifer Cooper (left) and Emily Green, supervisor of the SMHS branch. SMCISD photo

Successful savings at SMHS

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