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It’s a uniquely San Marcos lesson that the signs at Nelson Center are not to be ignored. More than a warning, the “towing enforced” signs mean that if you leave the center for even a few minutes, you’re going to have to pay to get your vehicle back. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Towing enforced

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Morris Nelms plays piano at last year’s Eddie Durham Jazz Festival. This year’s celebration takes place tomorrow from noon to 6 p.m. at Eddie Durham Park, 205 Martin Luther King Dr., and will include live music, a discussion of Durham’s work and legacy, a poetry workshop and reading, free hot dogs and activities for children, burgers for sale and more. Submitted photo

Eddie Durham Jazz Festival

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Federally-endangered Texas Wild Rice usually flows in the current; these days it’s growing on a patch of mostly dry land in the San Marcos River at Sewell Park. Daily Record photo by Rachel Willis

Where did the water go?

Everyone has noticed, but no one seems to have an answer that satisfies — why is the river so low?


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