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Nick Castillo

Contact Nick Castillo at ncastillo@sanmarcosrecord.com.

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Funding has been recommended for an Indigenous Cultures Center for Hays County. Above, the Indigenous Cultures Institute holds a prayer rally for the cultures center on Oct. 11. Daily Record photo by Madi Telschow

Funding for Indigenous Cultures Center receives recommendation

Funding for an Indigenous Cultures Center for Hays County received a recommendation from the Parks and Open Spaces Advisory Commission.

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Texas State University recently purchased a residence near Spring Lake to serve as the next university president's home. The residence purchased for $2.9 million is located at 103 West Laurel Lane in San Marcos. Daily Record file photo by Gerald Castillo. 

Texas State University acquires residence for next university president

Texas State University recently purchased a residence in San Marcos’ Spring Lake Hills neighborhood to serve as the home of the next university president.

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The Salvation Army of San Marcos began its Red Kettle Campaign with the annual blessing of the bells. Above, Brother Jim Lanning leads a prayer over a Salvation Army red kettle. Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo

Salvation Army rings in season with Blessing of the Bells

Soon the sound of bells ringing will fill the air around local stores as The Salvation Army of San Marcos prepares for its annual Red Kettle Campaign.

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