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The Planning & Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing tonight to consider a request from the city to change the zoning of about 0.3 acres in the 700 block of McGehee Street from Public-Institutional to Single Family-4.5. SF-4.5. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

City seeks zoning changes for disaster relief recipients

Property that could accommodate three houses for eligible disaster relief recipients is up for rezoning at tonight’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.

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Daily Record graphic by Colton Ashabranner, Source: Mental Health First Aid USA

May is Mental Health Month:

Almost half of adults will experience a mental illness at some point in their lifetimes, but not even half of them will receive professional help, according to Mental Health First

Gavin Cosper stays in a crouch as he watches his bowling ball slowly make its way down the lane during the Mother-Son Bowling event at Sunset Bowling Lanes. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Mothers and sons go bowling

Chelsea Romanowski keeps a careful eye on her 4-year-old son Izaiah as he runs again and again to the ball return to pick up his bowling ball to try and

Go Wheels Up! grew out of Cory Morrow’s dream of combining his passion for cars, aviation and Texas cuisine with his lifelong pursuit of music into one giant “hullaballoo.” Shooting for the stratosphere, he assembled an incredible team of expert event producers, celebrities, and business minds to create a multi-faceted festival that will be an unforgettable experience for the whole family!  45 Gary Job Corps’ security cadets assisted with traffic and crowd control over the three day event held at the San Marcos Regional Airport. Clayton Corn, Event Coordinator stated that he was very impressed by the professionalism that was shown by the security cadets and as activities are arranged in the future, the cadets from the Gary Job Corps Center will be the go-to group to help handle the crowd and traffic control. He was quoted in saying “The group from Gary Job Corps came through big time for us. They added an invaluable aspect to the event not only with security, but with just their presence in the field.” The visitors to Go Wheels Up! were entertained by: Bret Michaels, Los Texmaniacs, Kevin Fowler, Red Bull Air Force, B-17 Texas Raiders, Rodney Foster, Dale Watson, Cory Morrow, Gospel Brunch with Josh Weathers, an Auto Show, P-51 Gunfighter, and food vendors.  Pictured with Bret Michaels, entertainer are Gary Job Corps’ security cadets Brandon Smith, Christian Smith, Roy Browner, Edward Bentley and  James Howard.  Photos submitted by Gary Job Corps

Gary Job Corps Security Cadets assist with “Go Wheels Up!” Texas



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