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San Marcos Record

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CELEBRATING THE CLASS OF 2020

Family and friends of this year's San Marcos High School graduates lined the streets near the school on Friday to honor the senior class with a parade. The event was organized by parents. With the COVID-19 pandemic putting a hold on an in-person commencement ceremony, Friday's parade provided an opportunity for the community to celebrate the Class of 2020. For more photos see page 10A and sections B and C. Daily Record photos by Gerald Castillo and Lance Winter

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Protesters seek justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor

Community members gathered around the historic Hays County Courthouse Friday to show solidarity in seeking justice for George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. The two recent police killings have drawn demonstrations all over the country. Above, Garry Coles speaks to the crowd about the importance of working to maintain progress. Above middle, demonstration organizer Tay Norman reads off a list of names of Black men and women killed by police in recent years. Above right, demonstrators hold up their signs along the steps of the courthouse. Right, demonstrators walked in groups, wearing masks, from the historic courthouse to the H-E-B on the corner of Hopkins and Thorpe. Daily Record photos by Rachel Sonnier

KZSM — Programming for those who serve

We at KZSM continue to serve the community with live “COVID-19 News Specials,” now broadcast at noon Mondays and Fridays. Mondays 3-4 p.m., another live show serves the community with information and commentary: “Diesel” Dee Bartlett and “Steady” Steve Jones host “The Veterans Hour,” dedicated to “those who serve and those who serve those who serve.”

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