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CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital - San Marcos received the Go Clear Award from the Association of perioperative Registered Nurses for its achievement in eliminating hazardous smoke from its surgical procedures. Photo courtesy of CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital - San Marcos

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital receives national recognition

CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital - San Marcos received a national award which recognizes health care facilities committed to providing increased surgical patient and healthcare worker safety by establi

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The Hays County Commissioners Court recognized American Heart Month during Tuesdays meeting. Above, members of the commissioners court pose for a photo with San Marcos Lions Club members. The nonprofit organization provides funds for defibrillators for community organizations. Photo courtesy of Hays County

Commissioners issue multiple proclamations

The Hays County Commissioners Court issued three proclamations during Tuesday’s meeting.

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Texas State University announced it would delay opening its campuses until noon on Thursday as winter weather continues in San Marcos. Above, ice hangs from trees around a Texas State sign on Wednesday. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

SMCISD, SMA closed Thursday; TXST delays opening

San Marcos Consolidated ISD and San Marcos Academy will close Thursday and Texas State University will delay opening its campuses as winter weather lingers in the area.

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The LBJ Museum of San Marcos held its annual benefit gala on Saturday inside the Grand Ballroom at the LBJ Student Center. Above, front row, left to right, Elly Del Prado Dietz; Linda Rodriguez, Vice President; Wayne Kraemer, President; Julian Castro, the gala’s guest speaker; Melissa Millecam; Ann Burnette, Secretary; and Kate Clayton. Back row, left to right, Mark Rockeymoore and Brian F. Ray, Treasurer. Photo courtesy of LBJ Museum. Below, Castro speaks to the crowd during Saturday’s gala. Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo

REFLECTING ON LBJ’S LEGACY: Julián Castro speaks at LBJ Museum’s annual benefit gala

Julián Castro reflected upon President Lyndon Baines Johnson’s legacy and how San Marcos and Texas State University impacted Johnson’s life during the LBJ Museum’s annual benefit gala.


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