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Team Harley, named in honor of Harley Fetterman who passed away after battling cancer, shaved their heads and raised $22,222 to fight childhood cancer. Above, back row, Jackie Lucas, Rebecca Mayes, Dean Rudolph, Lance Elledge and Brian Haws. Bottom row, Jerry Fetterman (Harley’s grandfather), Brandon Tomasini, Les Atwood, Mark Penton and Kevin Fetterman (Harley’s Dad). Below, Kevin Fetterman has his head shaved. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo

SHAVING FOR A CAUSE: Team Harley helps raise funds to fight childhood cancer

With each stroke of the clippers, hair fell from their heads. 


The San Marcos Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting on Thursday at the Embassy Suites Hotel & Conference Center. Above, a six-person panel of San Marcos business leaders moderated by chamber of commerce President and CEO Jason Mock discuss the COVID-19 pandemic and the future. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter


A panel of local San Marcos business leaders recently spoke on the challenges faced throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and the future ahead.

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Above, a two-meat plate from Green Mesquite BBQ with brisket, sausage, fried okra and potato salad served with cornbread and sweet tea. Below, a two-meat plate with chopped beef, smoked turkey, potato salad and pinto beans. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo & Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Green Mesquite BBQ

A new barbecue restaurant has opened shop in San Marcos, providing an expansive range of options. 

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San Marcos Consolidated ISD nurse Dyanna Eastwood administers a COVID-19 Moderna vaccine to San Marcos High School administrative assistant Amber Nevarez on March 4. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

All Texas adults to become eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine next week

The Texas Department of State Health Services announced that all Texas adults will become eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine beginning on Monday, March 29. 


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