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COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF

Texas State looks for their first win over Troy since 1997 and first win over the Trojans at home.
Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF

The last time Texas State beat Troy, Claude Mathis rushed for 157 yards and a touchdown in the Bobcats home win over the then No. 7 Trojans in 1997.
Photo submitted by Texas State Athletics

COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF

Texas State battles Troy in the conference opener

Local resident, award winning author releases second novel

“Reaching for Grace” summary: After a vagrant upbringing, free-spirited Wren Atwood’s lifelong dream is coming true, with a little blue house to call her own. But when a hurricane hits the Texas coast, everything changes. Daugherty’s debut novel, “Outside of Grace,” was an Amazon Best Seller.
Book cover from Black Rose Writing

Local resident, award winning author releases second novel

Author Anna Daugherty

Local resident, award winning author releases second novel

San Marcos resident Anna Daugherty was visiting family in Houston when Hurricane Harvey hit. After witnessing the catastrophic floods that devastated thousands of homes and businesses, Daugherty knew she would one day write about the experience.

Summer season reminds us to celebrate every step of our journey
Summer season reminds us to celebrate every step of our journey

Summer season reminds us to celebrate every step of our journey

Dear Readers, Boas Festas! It’s the celebration of São João (St. John the Baptist) in the north of Portugal, and I couldn’t be more excited to join in the revelry. Last year, I had been looking forward to this big day because it was THE thing that everyone told me I needed to see. It’s basically the biggest holiday of the year, but I was forced to return home to fight through the triple-digit heat and multiple court appearances, hoping that justice would prevail and allow my children to be reunited with me at my home in Portugal.

Thriving House Plants

House plants purify the air of indoor environments, including workspaces and enclosed patios like the one above. A microbe found in the soil releases cytokines, which enable the human brain to produce serotonin.
Photos by Celeste Cook

Thriving House Plants

A multitude of house plants beautify the stark rock walls of Leap Castle in Ireland.

Thriving House Plants

Spaghetti squash seedlings sprout in a container kept on a kitchen cabinet.

Thriving House Plants

Growing a healthy indoor garden... with science

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