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On Saturday, Aug. 28 from 10 a.m.-3 p,m,, the house and grounds of the Charles S. Cock House-Museum will host the first in a series of vintage estate-type sales.  Photo courtesy of Heritage Association of San Marcos

Heritage Association of San Marcos to host Treasure Sale this Saturday

When we first moved here in 1984, some of my first acquaintances were Heritage Association ladies who welcomed me to town with an invitation to a Friday luncheon at the 1850’s home of early San Mar

Strengthening our schools, strengthening our community

Lloyd Doggett

Strengthening our schools, strengthening our community

While it still feels very much like summer, another school year is now underway with both uncertainty and opportunity. As San Marcos students enter their classrooms, we need to do everything reasonably possible to protect their health, while investing in their education and empowering them to grow as students and as individuals. My strongest commendation to the San Marcos CISD Board of Trustees for standing up for our students’ health through universal masking and rejecting Governor Abbott’s politically-motivated orders.

Analysis: Schools open in Texas with unvaccinated K-6 students and months of learning loss to overcom

Public schools are opening this month in Texas, just as the delta variant of COVID-19 is spreading, rapidly filling emergency beds in hospitals around the state and putting emergency care back into the overcrowded and strained predicament it was in at the beginning of the year.

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