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The Hays County Emergency Cash Assistance Program, a collaboration between Hays County, City of Kyle, PeopleFund and the Greater San Marcos Partnership, recently awarded $600,000 in free grants to 92 small businesses across the county. Pictured above, GSMP Marketing and Communications Manager J.D. Moore; GSMP Director of Workforce Retention and Expansion Barbara Thomason; Splash Coworking Founder and CEO Carina Boston Pinales; and Wimberley Players Executive Manager Simone Corprew. Pinales and Corprew's respective businesses each received grant funding through ECAP. 

‘Tremendously gratifying': Hays County small businesses aided with $600K in grant funding

The Wimberley Players has been providing live theater to Central Texans for 40 years. But 2020 disrupted its entire production season. 

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Local restaurants assisted San Marcans who were left hungry during last week's winter storms. Above, Hays County Food Bank, Willie and Ramika Adams with Soulful Creations, Tim Bauerkemper and others helped put together meals for those without houses. Photo courtesy of HOME Center. 

COOKING FOR COMMUNITY: San Marcos restaurants respond to winter crisis

With treacherous road conditions, rolling blackouts and busted pipes that led to long periods with limited or no water, many San Marcos families found themselves without access to groceries or the

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Hays County voters passed a $106.4 million bond package in November of 2016, in part to pay for the new Public Safety Building (pictured above) at 810 South Stagecoach Trail which was completed and operational Jan. 21 of this year. Photo courtesy of Hays County Sheriff's Office

Fire departments adapt after new dispatch center floods

Hays County’s new Public Safety Building, which houses the Emergency Operations Center, was evacuated due to an electrical fire, flooding and generator failure during last week’s freeze, leaving lo

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Pictured above and below, San Marcos and New Braunfels firefighters work to extinguish a house fire at 421 Lindsey St. on Monday. Firefighters were able to put out the blaze but the home suffered major damage, the City of San Marcos said. No one was injured during the fire. Daily Record photos by Gerald Castillo

MONDAY MORNING BLAZE

The San Marcos Fire Department responded to a home engulfed in flames Monday morning. 

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