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Kittens Drako and Stripes look out at visitors from their kennel at the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter, where they wait for someone to adopt them. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey 

Public now allowed to be ‘fosters’

The San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter’s foster program is still in its early stages, but the shelter hopes to have resources in place to expand it and find foster homes for some of the special ani

A fish hovers over Cream of Wheat Springs, some of the most spectacular of the low-pressure springs that form Spring Lake and the San Marcos River. Photos by Jennifer Idol/Meadows Center for Water and the Environment

Defining Our History

Editor’s Note: This story is reprinted from the Texas Water Development Board newsletter.

Pitbull terrier-boxer mix siblings Cindy and Susan were placed together in their living space to keep each other company and socialize while they wait to be adopted from the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter. Advocates are pressing for the shelter to work towards a “no kill” status. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey 

Pleading for Help

The San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter is asking city and county officials for more resources as public calls for the shelter to become “no kill” continue.

The San Marcos Chamber Ambassadors recently helped to break the ground for construction of a new 249-unit apartment complex named the McCarty Commons Apartments. The new complex will be located at 1476 E. McCarty Lane, next to the Amazon Fulfillment Center. Construction is expected to last for 18 months. Daily Record photo by Pam Gravis

McCarty Commons cuts ribbon