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Sights from Saturday's Veterans Day Parade

San Marcos and Hays County residents lined the streets of downtown Saturday morning to watch the Veterans Day Parade. The parade was led by two grand marshals — Retired Air Force Lt. Col. George Carruthers (pictured above middle) and Marine Corps Sgt. Donald Dorsey. Carruthers was called to active duty in 1942 and served in World War II. Dorsey served in combat during the Vietnam War. Saturday's parade featured floats from various service organizations, community groups, residents and the San Marcos High School Rattler Band. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

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Above, Texas State University students gather with their signs of support for the cultural center behind Dr. Mario Garza, ICI's board of elders chair, and Maria Rocha, ICI's executive director. Below, Emily Aguilar explains the importance of community engagement with the Indigenous Cultures Center to a crowd of ICI representatives, local students, community members and members of the press. Photos by Madi Telschow/San Marcos Publishing

An Indigenous Cultures Center for Hays County

The Indigenous Cultures Institute announced its plans for an Indigenous Cultures Center in Hays County on Monday during the first federally recognized Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

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The Mermaid Capital of Texas Fest's Mermaid Promenade kicks off at 10 a.m. on Saturday, with a Downtown Street Faire following. Above, mermaids wave on a float in the 2018 parade. Daily Record file photo by Colton Ashabranner

Mermaid Promenade graces downtown San Marcos, Royal Court announced

The Mermaid Capital of Texas Fest Downtown Mermaid Promenade is created to be a celebration of San Marcos’ vibrant artistic and ri


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