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The San Marcos Main Street Program recently named Tantra Coffeehouse the February Downtown Business of the Month. From left are Main Street Interim Manager Josie Falletta, Business Owner Adam Lilley, Main Street Organization Chair Linda Coker and Main Street Administrative Assistant Michael Royal. Photo courtesy of  the city of San Marcos

Tantra named Downtown Business of the Month

The San Marcos Main Street Program has named Tantra Coffeehouse February’s Downtown Business of the Month for their investment in the downtown community, curb appeal and unique customer experience.

Left to right are Pct. 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, Pct. 1 Commissioner Debbie Gonzales Ingalsbe, County Judge Ruben Becerra, Property Tax Supervisor Elizabeth Shahan, Motor Vehicle Supervisor Mary Garza, Tax Assessor-Collector Luanne Caraway, Retired Chief Deputy Paulette Brown, Specialist Jessica Gonzales, Chief Deputy (and beginning March 1, Tax Assessor-Collector) Jenifer O’Kane, retired Accountant Nancy Heathman, Pct. 3 Commissioner Lon Shell, and Pct. 4 Commissioner Walt Smith. Hays County photo

Caraway given big send-off by county

On Friday, for the first time since 1994, Hays County will get a new tax assessor-collector.

Starting with photo at top, a Union Pacific locomotive moves down the tracks approaching the Post Road crossing as part of a safety event in San Marcos Tuesday intended to monitor railroad crossings for unsafe driver and pedestrian behavior. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Conductor’s eye view sharpens crossing risks

With more than 30 trains per day passing through San Marcos (according to the city website) and more than a dozen railroad crossings in town, there are plenty of opportunities to choose between ris

Pictured are (back row, from left) Alondra Urena-Salazar, Juan Tapia, David Duran, Diego Quintanilla, Branden Tapley and Roxy Moore; and (front row, from left)  Ana Maria Martinez, Araceli Tapia, Gabriel Ortiz, Director Juan Carlos Cavazos, Alicia Cruz and Abraham Medina. Photo by David Duran

Mariachi Nuevo Cascabel brings home honors

This past weekend was a memorable one for the San Marcos High School Mariachi Nuevo Cascabel. 


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