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Due to the fact that the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter has had such a huge intake of cats recently, Brookdale San Marcos North has launched a Pet Drive. The drive is accepting all things cat and dog oriented. People can bring items from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. 7 days a week. Above, Tracy Herman with a drop-off box. Photo by Brookdale San Marcos North

Brookdale collecting pet supplies

Due to the fact that the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter has had such a huge intake of cats recently, Brookdale San Marcos North has launched a Pet Drive. The

San Marcos Academy senior Josh Burich of Mountain City receives the Captain Paul W. Peña Memorial Scholarship from Cecilia Peña at a recent school assembly. Photo by Don Anders/ Anders Photography

Burich receives Capt. Paul W. Peña Scholarship at SMA

San Marcos Academy honored one of its fallen heroes at an assembly Nov. 7 with the presentation of the Captain Paul W. Peña Memorial Scholarship. Receiving the scholarship was senior

The Gary Job Corps Color Guard opened the recent Veterans Job Fair at the San Marcos Conference Center with a flag presentation. The Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area sponsored the fair. More than 50 employers were visited by hundreds of job seekers. Pictured are Gary Job Corps Color Guard Cadets Alex Miller, Isabel Cazarez, Steven Barbe, Clinton Alexander, Keith Pham-Le, Laura Ortiz, Derrick McCoy and Gregory Ramos, along with Mike Crane and Ted Groholske of Worforce Solutions. Gary Job Corps photo

‘Red,White, and You’ Veterans Job Fair

Members of the San Marcos Academy Homecoming Court are (from left) Payton Helbig, Bonnie Dai, Becky Chen, Queen Jenna Sutherland, King David Humphrey, Charlotte Ballou, Shelby Jordan, Victoria Polhemus, Cendra Rodriguez, Sharon Okafor-Paul, Ellenya Brito, Amberley Schlanger and Camille Garcia. Photo by Don Anders/Anders Photography

San Marcos Academy Homecoming Court

A pipevine swallowtail visits a native salvia plant in an effort to get some nutrition before the blooms fade or freeze. Forecasters predict temperatures in San Marcos could dip to the upper 30s on Monday night. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Fall Feed

A sight that would spur envy in other communities, cranes loom tall over the San Marcos skyline. In the forefront is construction of Concho Commons, a purpose-built student housing project that will have 310 units and 583 bedrooms at the time of its projected opening in 2020. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Signs of Growth

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