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Nick Castillo

Contact Nick Castillo at ncastillo@sanmarcosrecord.com.

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The Hays County Food Bank began handing out holiday meal boxes this week as a part of its 15th annual Turkeys Tackling Hunger campaign. Above, Night Hawk Frozen Foods, Inc. crew members filled all of the holiday meal boxes that went out this week to families in need during 'Boxing Day.' Photo courtesy of Hays County Food Bank. 

Hays County Food Bank begins handing out Thanksgiving meal boxes

The Hays County Food Bank began handing out holiday meal boxes this week. 

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Above, Brooklyn's Down South's red beans and rice — slow-cooked red beans cooked in spicy chicken broth served with bacon, andouille sausage and trinity topped with steamed white rice. Below, a sandwich and soup combo. Brooklyn's BLFGT — a bacon, lettuce and fried green tomato sandwich — and gumbo.  Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo & Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Brooklyn’s Down South

Sometimes our Foodie Friday series takes us across Hays County and all around San Marcos. 

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Above, the San Marcos Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees and Superintendent Michael Cardona speak during Monday's regular meeting. Screenshot from SMCISD YouTube

SMCISD board approves amended school resource officer agreement

The San Marcos Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees passed an amended school resource officer agreement between the district and the City of San Marcos during Monday’s regular meeting. 

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Above, Texas Department of Transportation officials, Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra, Mayor Jane Hughson and Hays County Commissioner Precinct 3 Lon Shell cut the ceremonial ribbon for the I-35 and Posey Road project. Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo. Below, an aerial photo above the I-35 and Posey Road project. Photo courtesy of TxDOT

TxDOT cuts ribbon on I-35 at Posey Road project

Officials from the Texas Department of Transportation, Hays County and City of San Marcos gathered to celebrate the completion of the Interstate 35 at Posey Road project. 

‘A TRULY HISTORIC OCCASION’

Texas State University renamed two residence halls on Friday. Angelina Hall was renamed to the First Five Freedom Hall, honoring the first five Black women who integrated Texas State in 1963. San Gabriel Hall was renamed to the Elena Zamora O’Shea Hall, recognizing the first Latina student to attend Texas State in 1906. Above, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held to commemorate Texas State renaming the two residence halls. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

‘A TRULY HISTORIC OCCASION:’ TXST renames 2 residence halls after trailblazing women

Texas State University renamed two residence halls Friday after six women who made history while attending the school.

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