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The Texas Fraternal Order of Police, Hill Country Lodge #23 hosted a law enforcement officer memorial ceremony on Thursday inside the Hays County Government Center. Above, members of the San Marcos Police Department place carnations on a memorial wreath to honor fallen SMPD Officer Justin Putnam. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo
Police officers filled the rotunda of the Hays County Government Center on Thursday. Taps played as the officers saluted, honoring the county’s, state’s and nation’s fallen officers in 2020.
The San Marcos City Council will accept comments regarding proposed programs and projects to be funded through the Community Development Block Grant 2021-2022 Action Plan during a virtual public he
Tiffany Henderson is one of many Texas State University students that could barely contain her excitement as she christened her new class ring. The event, known as the Ring Ceremony, took place at the Meadow Center over the weekend. Students placed their ring under a new fountain where water that was pumped from the San Marcos River to christen the piece of jewelry. The senior from Smithville is set to graduate with a degree in public relations. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter
It’s a celebration of accomplishment.
Art Squared saw a crowd of visitors during its monthly event on the Hays County Historic Courthouse lawn on Saturday.
Zelicks hosted its inaugural Queso Meltdown on Saturday from 2-5 p.m.
The City of San Marcos has opened applications for its coronavirus relief-general fund grants, which are intended to support the creation or expansion of programs or projects that assist individual
A San Marcos man in his 70s died of COVID-19, the Hays County Local Health Department reported Monday.
The San Marcos City Council voted to revise the purpose statement for the Criminal Justice Reform Committee during Tuesday’s regular meeting.
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