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The San Marcos Lions Club will be serving up lunch at this week's Cottage Kitchen Luncheon.  Lions George Laktas,  John Bilodeau and Wayne Rouse help prepare for the lunch in the Cottage Kitchen. Photo courtesy of the San Marcos Lions Club

Lions serve Cottage Kitchen lunch

The San Marcos Lions Club will host lunch at the Charles S. Cock House Museum, located at 400 E. Hopkins Street, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 25. 

Texas State University Professor of Criminal Justice Wayman Mullins goes over a fictional hostage scenario for law enforcement teams participating in the 29th Annual Hostage Negotiation Training and Competition at the ALERRT center. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Talking it through

More than 300 law enforcement officers have converged on Texas State University for the 29th Annual Hostage Negotiation Training and Competition this week.

The Mountain Laurel Garden Club will be serving lunch at the Cottage Kitchen this week. From left to right are Jerry Kimmel, Linda Pennington, Liz Weatherspoon, Letha Allen, Elaine Wilbanks, Adelaide McAninch, Eleanor Pulver, Ellie Stewart, Lil Hageman, Beverly Owen, Gina Eben, Brenda Kyle and Vicki Barber. Submitted photo

Cottage Kitchen Luncheon

The Mountain Laurel Garden Club will host lunch at the Charles S. Cock House Museum, located at 400 E. Hopkins Street, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 18. 

The Greater San Marcos Partnership recently made some changes to its staff in preparation for an ambitious 2019 agenda.  Jason J. Giulietti (left) is the new vice president of Economic Development, John E. Ellis (center) was hired as the director of Marketing and Communications and Christian Duran (right) was promoted to manager of Existing Business and Workforce Development. Photos courtesy of  GSMP

Greater San Marcos Partnership makes staff changes

The region’s economic development organization, the Greater San Marcos Partnership (GSMP), has undergone significant staff changes in preparation for an aggressive 2019 agenda.

Susan Seaton is at home in her elementary school classroom. She is a veteran of 12 years teaching, and for 10 of those she has also served with the San Marcos Educators Association. Photos by Garrett McGinley

Teachers find success in advocacy

Teacher activism in America had a moment in 2018. Across the United States, teachers and other education workers alike took to the streets to protest stagnant pay, decreased benefits and

The Price Center will be serving up some Christmas cheer and wassail this evening for the Third Thursday Downtown Walkabout. Photo courtesy of the Price Center

Third Thursday serves up Christmas cheer downtown

 A mother and son led Christmas Carol Sing-Along, pop-up art/gift vendors, a holiday-inspired art show and some of downtown San Marcos’ best holiday decor are all on tap for visitors to Third Thurs

IBC Bank-Zapata Chairman of the Board Renato Ramirez and President Ricardo Ramirez presented Texas State Mariachi Nueva Generación with a check for $3,500 during a performance at IBC Main Bank-Zapata on Dec. 17. Photo courtesy of  IBC Bank-Zapata

IBC-Bank Zapata donates $3,500 to Nueva Generación

 IBC Bank-Zapata Chairman of the Board Renato Ramirez and IBC Bank-Zapata President Ricardo Ramirez presented a check for $3,500 to the award-winning Texas State Mariachi Nueva Generación, Texas St

Gary and Donna Taylor are bringing their version of the Charles Dickens' classic "A Christmas Carol" to life with 13 songs that bring a mix of bluegrass, swing, western, country and even a bit of jazz to the tale." Photos courtesy of  the Price Center

'A Lone Star Christmas Carol'

The Price Center will help bring the familiar holiday Dickens’ classic many know and love to San Marcos this holiday season via a new telling through story and song from husband and wife team Gary

Majestic Realty Co. broke ground Tuesday on the Kyle Crossing Business Park, a 40-acre, two-building development project that will add 535,113 square feet of speculative industrial warehouse, manufacturing and distribution facilities. Photo courtesy of the Greater San Marcos Partnership

Majestic Realty Co. breaks ground in Kyle

Majestic Realty Co., the nation’s largest privately-held industrial real estate development company, held an event on Tuesday to officially mark the groundbreaking on a 40-acre, two-building develo

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