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On a platform high above the first floor of the Hays County Government Center, Schuyler Miller and John Hartmann of Hartmann Fine Art Conservation Services, Inc. prepare a section of the Buck Winn mural “A History of Ranching” for framing during the initial installation on Tuesday afternoon.Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Portions of Buck Winn’s work moved to Government Center

After years of restoration work, two panels from what was once the longest mural in the world have found their home at the Hays County Government Center.

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Elizabeth and Chuck Nash (right) hand a check to Jimmie Scott, president emeritus of San Marcos Academy, to endow a scholarship in honor of their daughters, Caroline Nash Smith ’01, Anne Nash Davies ’97 and Katherine Nash Goehring ’99, who was not available for the photo. Photo by Don Anders

Nash Family endows scholarship at SMA

Elizabeth and Chuck Nash have established a scholarship at San Marcos Academy in honor of their three daughters, who graduated from the school.  

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The San Marcos Lions Club donated $17,000 to the city’s Park Rangers for their partnership in keeping San Marcos Parks and tubers safe. Pictured from left are Chris Suncholn, Cole Stapp, Billy Colburn, Samantha Armbruster, Jesse DeLeon, Loy Locke and Mark Jalufka. This is the sixth consecutive year that the Lions Club has given the Park Rangers a donation because they are an integral and vital partner with Lions Club Tube Rental. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Lions Club gives back to Park Rangers

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Texas State University students gathered in the Quad early Wednesday morning to inform and protest against a rumored demonstration on campus from members of right-wing group Texas Nomads SAR. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Four Texas State students arrested after 'incident in the Quad'

Four students have been arrested on the Texas State University campus during what university police are calling “an incident in the Quad.” The university issued a statement that the incident “invol

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Gary Job Corps Center cadets Agustin Diaz Espinoza and Alfonso S. Martinez stand with their hands behind their backs as Security and Corrections Rangemaster  Preston Smith and CTT Security Instructor Captain Sean Schultz score their shooting accuracy during the Level IV firearm training at the ALERRT Center at Texas State University’s firing range. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Gary security cadets visit ALERRT Center

On a windy Friday morning last week, Gary Job Corps Center security cadets Alfonso S.

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