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If history is an indicator, Texas voters will likely go to the polls on Nov. 2 in underwhelming numbers to decide the fate of eight proposed amendments to the state’s constitution.
Candidates for San Marcos City Council places 5 and 6 expressed their views on various issues during a candidate forum hosted by the League of Women Voters of Hays County.
Samantha Jordan, a seventh-grade student at Goodnight Middle School, described the last few weeks as “crazy.”
The Hays County Commissioners Court approved the removal of additional early voting locations, citing the need to balance polling places in each of the county’s four precincts, during a special called meeting Friday.
Above, events like the Harvest Moon Dinner and Dance at historic Fischer Hall highlight Texas's history, particularly in the Texas Hill Country. Music was provided by Erik Hokkanen and friends. Funds raised go to the Wimberley Institute of Cultures. Below, on Friday, Oct 8, a Music Jam, hosted by T&L Ranch, had music aficionados on the dance floor dancing to the tunes of Lee Wilson. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter
There are a lot of great things about the Lone Star State — particularly the Texas Hill Country — but throw in the community of Fischer, and its historic Fischer Hall, and you’ve got the makings for something special.
San Marcos High School held its Homecoming festivities Friday night inside San Marcos Toyota Rattler Stadium. Pictured clockwise beginning left, Nathan Rivera, member of the Rattler Band, was named Homecoming King and Mikaela Dirkes, a member of the Diamond line, was named Homecoming Queen. The Diamond Line and the Rattler Band perform. Krystiana Hernandez and Laisha Mojica sport their mums. Head football coach John Walsh speaks to the rowdy student section. Daily Record photos by Gerald Castillo
Ongoing discussions regarding a new central administration building for San Marcos Consolidated ISD will continue during Monday’s regular board of trustees meeting.
Community members, parents and San Marcos High School students gathered for a pep rally to support the Rattler Band before the UIL Region 12 Marching Contest on Saturday. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter
SOUTHLAKE (AP) — A Texas school district administrator told teachers that if they have books about the Holocaust in their classrooms, they should also have books that offer “opposing” or “other” viewpoints on the subject.
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