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Two Hays County men recently died from COVID-19, marking the 297th and 298th coronavirus-related fatalities.
A quorum was established in the Texas House after a six-week absence by Democrats who aimed to halt progression of a contentious voting bill.
For the third time in a week, Hays County reported more recoveries from COVID-19 than new cases.
Texas State University President Denise Trauth announced Friday she will retire from her position after nearly 20 years.
San Marcos Consolidated ISD’s mask mandate can temporarily remain in place after the Texas Supreme Court declined to block restraining orders against Gov.
Texas State University plans for a "very robust in-person experience” for the fall semester as COVID-19 cases increase across Hays County and Texas. Pictured above and below, Texas State students and their parents arrive to campus to prepare for the upcoming semester. Daily Record photos by Gerald Castillo
Texas State University officials are moving ahead with plans for a “very robust in-person experience” for students with classes beginning next week, despite an increase in COVID-19 cases across the
Three Hays County residents recently died of COVID-19, the Hays County Local Health Department reported Thursday.
A Kyle woman in her 80s recently died of COVID-19, marking the 293rd coronavirus-related fatality in Hays County.
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