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Nick Castillo

Contact Nick Castillo at ncastillo@sanmarcosrecord.com.

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Above, The Texas State men's basketball team won its first Sun Belt regular season championship with a 58-49 victory over Louisiana-Monroe on Feb. 26. The Bobcats' regular season title marks their first men's basketball championship since 1999. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

A LOOK BACK AT 2021: TXST men's basketball Sun Belt championship, COVID-19 vaccination rollout and Winter Storm Uri

Editor’s note: This story is the first installment of a four-part series looking back at the year that was — 2021. 

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Above, Mike Holmes and Jon Cradit speak to Craig and Wendi Foster, who own Martindale Schoolhouse, during a ceremony dedicating the old Martindale School and Gymnasium as a Texas Historical Marker. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo

‘THE HISTORY SPEAKS FOR ITSELF’: Martindale School, Gym recognized with official Texas Historical Marker

MARTINDALE — A small crowd gathered around the old Martindale School and Gymnasium recently to celebrate its designation as an official Texas Historical Marker. 

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Above, workers around San Marcos try to clear the roadways during February's Winter Storm Uri. Hays County's Office of Emergency Services is working to prepare of any winter weather that may be seen. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Hays County Office of Emergency Services prepares for winter weather

Following February’s Winter Storm Uri, the Hays County Office of Emergency Services is preparing for any potential severe weather that may occur this winter. 

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Above, Pamela Watts speaks at a press conference where she asked for a new grand jury in the case of San Marcos Police Department Sgt. Ryan Hartman who killed Jennifer Miller — Watts' life partner — when he crashed into their car on June 10, 2020 in Lockhart. The original grand jury no-billed Hartman's case. Below, Watts holds a sign at the Caldwell County Justice Center that made it read "injustice center." Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo

‘I’m asking for the justice system to work’: Calls for new grand jury in fatal crash case renewed

LOCKHART — In front of the Caldwell County Justice Center, Pamela Watts renewed calls for a new grand jury proceeding in a case involving the death of Jennifer Miller. 

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