Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.


Article Image Alt Text

Students at Texas State University's McCoy College Center for Professional Sales competed at the 23rd annual National Collegiate Sales Competition. Above, members of the Speed Selling team and graduate assistants. Kamryn Allen (pictured front middle) won three individual awards. Photo courtesy of McCoy College Center for Professional Sales

McCoy College Center for Professional Sales earns honors at the 2021 National Collegiate Sales Competition

More than 130 top sales students from 68 universities across the United States and Canada participated in the 23rd annual National Collegiate Sales Competition hosted by Kennesaw State University’s

Article Image Alt Text

Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo


Spring has arrived following the recent time change and the equinox on Saturday. An orange sunset was seen last week as the days continue to get longer.

Hays Central Appraisal District reminds businesses to render their taxable property by April 15

If you own tangible personal property that is used to produce income, you must file a rendition with the Hays Central Appraisal District by April 15. A rendition is a report that lists all the taxable property you owned or controlled on Jan. 1 of this year. Property includes inventory and equipment used by a business. Owners do not have to render exempt property, such as church property or an agriculture producer’s equipment used for farming. “The appraisal district may use the information submitted in the rendition to set property values,” said Laura Raven, Chief Appraiser.

Furly Art

Partially-inspired by his wife, musician and clown Molly Jane, Furly has begun a series of paintings featuring clowns on break. Photo by Celeste Hollister

Furly Art

A whole mood: Furly has recently begun to paint hyper-realistic, vibrantly-colored cow skulls. Photo from Furly’s Facebook gallery

Furly Art

Furly Travis started sketching in junior high and began painting in high school. In his 20s, he started painting more seriously and steadily, completing on average a painting per week and selling them around town, at places like the Triple Crown and Wake the Dead.


San Marcos Record

(512) 392-2458
P.O. Box 1109, San Marcos, TX 78666