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River Dawgs, a hot dog stand located at 200 W. Hopkins St. next to H-E-B, offers six delicious hot dog options during lunchtime throughout the week. Above, Owner James Ramsey stands next to his hot dog cart. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

River Dawgs owner feels call to dish out delicious hot dogs

Editor’s Note: This story is a part of the Daily Record’s weekly Foodie Friday feature. The Daily Record is highlighting food trucks and stands in and around San Marcos this month.

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Above, Laura's Cocina's Emi’s cheese enchiladas, served with rice and beans. Below, the carne guisada plate, served with rice, beans, lettuce and tomato. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo & Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Laura's Cocina

Editor’s Note: The Daily Record is highlighting food trucks and stands in and around San Marcos. Know a food truck we should highlight this month?

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City of San Marcos Director of Public Safety Chase Stapp and two city employees are part of a lawsuit involving an incident that occurred between a Biden-Harris campaign bus and supporters of former President Donald Trump on Oct. 30, 2020. Screenshot from lawsuit

San Marcos Director of Public Safety, city involved in lawsuit over Biden Bus incident

San Marcos Director of Public Safety Chase Stapp and two other unnamed city employees are being sued over a Biden campaign bus incident that occurred in October 2020. 

WALKING IN UNITY

WALKING IN UNITY

Saturday's Juneteenth Celebration in San Marcos began with a unity walk starting at the MLK LBJ Crossroads Memorial and ending at Dunbar Park. Juneteenth commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. The day is celebrated on June 19, marking the day Union Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston to enforce the emancipation of Texas' slaves on June 19, 1865. Celebrations and events took place throughout San Marcos on Saturday. Above, members of the Juneteenth Foundation walk with their banner during the unity walk. Below left, Pastor Derrick Benn speaks to the crowd Saturday morning. Below right, a group of bikers joined the unity walk, celebrating Juneteenth. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo

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Santi's Tacos — located near downtown San Marcos — serves authentic Mexican street food. Above, is a mural on the back of the building featuring some of their weekly specials. Daily Record photos by Colton Ashabranner

Foodie Friday: Santi's Tacos

Diners will find authentic  Mexican food at Santi’s Tacos.

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The Summer in the Park concert series is back with free concerts every Thursday through August 12. Above, The Georges performed on June 10. San Marcans crowded San Marcos Plaza Park to join the fun. Daily Record photos by Colton Ashabranner

SUMMER FANFARE: Summer in the Park free concert series continues Thursday

The Summer in the Park is underway with two concerts in the books. The free concert series continues every Thursday through August 12. 

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The City of San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with Grande Communications and Code Ninjas Kyle, will host Movies in Your Park at San Marcos Plaza Park, 201 North CM Allen Parkway, beginning Tuesday, June 22. Above, a family enjoys a movie at plaza park during a previous year's event. Daily Record file photo

BACK IN REEL TIME: Movies in Your Park makes comeback following covid

The Movies in Your Park series makes its return after COVID-19 caused a pause in 2020. 

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