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County's Cite and Divert Program delayed

Above, members of Mano Amiga speak at a protest on Nov. 1 asking for Hays County to implement its previously-announced Cite and Divert Program. Daily Record photo by Taylor Tribbey

County's Cite and Divert Program delayed

In a swath of recent criminal justice reform policies and programs, Hays County has struggled to implement Cite and Divert as it passes more than a month after the announced launch date.

San Marcos Public Library prepares to move into newly expanded building

The San Marcos Public Library, located at 625 E. Hopkins St., began the process of moving into the new expanded portion of the library on Friday. Above, Public Library Director Diane Insley speaks to a group touring the library's new 28,000-square-foot expansion on Oct. 28. Below, the San Marcos Public Library's new sign outside the expanded library. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo

San Marcos Public Library prepares to move into newly expanded building

The San Marcos Public Library is one step closer to completing its new expansion and renovation.

Rotary Club of San Marcos raises $3K for polio eradication effort

Above, Rotarians Peter Baen, Billy Pullen, John Hardy, Charlie Wasser from Rotary District 5840 - South Central Texas, AquaBrew owner Carlos Russo, Amy Bawcom, and Wendell Hethcock. Photo submitted by the Rotary Club of San Marcos

Rotary Club of San Marcos raises $3K for polio eradication effort

The San Marcos Rotary Club presented a check for $3,000 to a representative of the Rotary District at the club's meeting on Wednesday. The money will be matched 2 to 1 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, so a total of $9,000 will benefit Rotary's worldwide commitment to eradicating polio. The funds were raised at a "Pints for Polio" fundraiser at AquaBrew Brewery, who donated the beer for the event.

KZSM—Celebrating Texas Music

As your true community radio station, we at KZSM. org feature local issues, local interests, and local artists. In keeping with that mission, Mary Hodges, the admin of Local Bands Live in the Hill Country, a lively Facebook page for musicians and their fans, has resumed her partnership with Rob Roark, host of “Revolving Door” (Sundays 6-8 p.m.). Hodges offers the bands she promotes the opportunity to play live on Roark’s show.

Setting goals key to finding a weight training program for runners

Setting goals key to finding a weight training program for runners

I was reading the book, “YOU (only faster)”, by Greg McMillan on aspects of running. It is a very detailed book that has programs for serious runners interested in improving their times in races. There are programs for races from the 5K distance to the marathon. It covers almost everything you need to know about training, dieting, rest and recovery, and race preparation. The one portion that interested me is his emphasis on needing to build in rest days. Besselink, in his book, “RunSmart” also emphasized the importance of rest. Both books focus on running faster.

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