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Nick Castillo

Contact Nick Castillo at ncastillo@sanmarcosrecord.com.

Maintenance work to take place at Rio Vista Falls

Maintenance work will take place at Rio Vista Falls to address instream structures and bank improvements beginning in October. Above, families and tourists enjoy the area around Rio Vista Falls. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Maintenance work to take place at Rio Vista Falls

Maintenance work will take place at Rio Vista Falls to address instream structures and bank improvements, the City of San Marcos recently announced.

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The City of San Marcos recently participated in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ COVID-19 Wastewater Monitoring Program. Above, the entrance sign to the city's Wastewater Treatment Facility Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo

City participates in COVID-19 wastewater testing

For a 10-week period during the summer, the City of San Marcos participated in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ COVID-19 Wastewater Monitoring Program.

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Above, El Golfo de Mexico's shrimp enchiladas — three enchiladas served with a heaping portion of shrimp inside red tortillas. The enchiladas came served with refried beans, rice and a side salad. Below, fried fish plate, which came with three pieces of fried fish, French fries, Texas toast and a salad. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo

Foodie Friday: El Golfo de Mexico

Just off Interstate 35 sits a quaint yet vibrantly colored Mexican restaurant specializing in seafood. 

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The Hays County Veterans Service Office and the Hays County Veterans Treatment Court received grant funding from the Texas Veterans Commission during a ceremony on Wednesday. Above, Texas Veterans Commission Chairwoman Laura Koerner presents Hays County Veterans Treatment Court Judge Chris Johnson and County Judge Ruben Becerra with a check for $300K. Below, Koerner gives Hope4 Hays Case Manager Cheryl Robinson and Hays County Veteran Services Officer Jude Prather a check for $100K. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo

Helping Veterans: 2 Hays County programs granted funding from Texas Veterans Commission

Two Hays County veterans programs were presented with grant funding from the Texas Veterans Commission on Wednesday. 

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