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Trainees from the Gary Job Corps arts and crafts department stitched blankets for Alzheimer’s patients at Hays Nursing and Rehab Center. They have also donated blankets to other local nursing homes and made dresses made from pillowcases for young girls in many African countries. Betty Harris, arts and crafts instructor, has been teaching for the past 10 years; along with the other activities that students do during the off-class hours, e.g: painting , pottery, scrapbooking and string art. Pictured from Gary Job Corps are Center Director Patty Lankford, Deputy Director Rafeal Marzan, staff Todd Watson, students Marcus Henrico, Natalie Saldana, Jaryn Sawyers, and Jordan Bedford, along with Harris, Rhonda Levin and Ester Valdez from Hays Nursing. Gary Job Corps photo

Blankets for Alzheimer’s patients

City crews are currently working to upgrade sewer lines.The project involves the replacement of existing sewer pipes within the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone to protect the aquifer and improve the sewer system in the area .The construction started in October and be completed the early part of 2019. Shown here is work at the intersection of Girard and Indiana. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Sewer upgrades underway

City crews are currently working to upgrade sewer lines.The project involves the replacement of existing sewer pipes within the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone to protect the aquifer and improve the

The SMHS Choir Department recently took nine singers to Madison HS in San Antonio for the Region 12 Honors Treble Choir auditions, and eight of them qualified. Shown are (not in order) Emma Bryant, Juliet Calderon, Melaya Fletcher, Daniella Gonzalez, Cadence Martinez, Lorelle Peoples, Hasana Ray and Jade Sanchez. Texas Lutheran University is hosting the Region Choir Clinic and Concert Nov 10 at 5 p.m. Admission is free. San Marcos CISD photo

Regional Choir

The SMHS Choir Department recently took nine singers to Madison HS in San Antonio for the Region 12 Honors Treble Choir auditions, and eight of them qualified. Shown are (not

The ALERRT Center – created as a partnership between Texas State University, the San Marcos Police Department and the Hays County Sheriff’s Office to address the need for active shooter response training for first responders –  received an $8.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Justice. Daily Record file photo by Denise Cathey

ALERRT Center receives $8.7M federal grant to fund training

The ALLERRT Center (Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training) has received an $8.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Justice. The money, from the USDJ’s office of Community Oriented

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