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Gavin Cosper stays in a crouch as he watches his bowling ball slowly make its way down the lane during the Mother-Son Bowling event at Sunset Bowling Lanes. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Mothers and sons go bowling

Chelsea Romanowski keeps a careful eye on her 4-year-old son Izaiah as he runs again and again to the ball return to pick up his bowling ball to try and

Signing Day

Wednesday marked Decision Day and National College Signing Day at San Marcos High School with senior students celebrating their acceptance to college, military or job training

Gary Job Corps Center cadets Agustin Diaz Espinoza and Alfonso S. Martinez stand with their hands behind their backs as Security and Corrections Rangemaster  Preston Smith and CTT Security Instructor Captain Sean Schultz score their shooting accuracy during the Level IV firearm training at the ALERRT Center at Texas State University’s firing range. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Gary security cadets visit ALERRT Center

On a windy Friday morning last week, Gary Job Corps Center security cadets Alfonso S.

Health Check 2019

Central Texas Medical Center hosted its annual HealthCheck and Screening Fair at Embassy Suites by Hilton Conference Center Tuesday featuring more than 40 booths. Mary Agobe w

Senior Defense

Wearing a T-shirt that says “You are worth protecting,” Valerie Jaime talks with senior citizens about self-defense and common scams during a workshop at the San Marcos Activi

The annual Downtown Swing music and culture fest offered Texas Swing aficionados concerts across multiple venues last week to indulge their musical cravings. On Saturday at Tantra Coffeehouse, local band Christian Sparks and the Beatnik Bandits performed their song “Beesting” for the crowd on the venue’s outdoor stage. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Texas Swing

Downtown got a tidying up for spring last week with the Lower Colorado River Authority’s (LCRA) fifth annual Steps Forward Day volunteer effort to landscape flowerbeds and remove unwanted graffiti from the area. City intern Tammy Huynh lends a hand to volunteers by carrying a bucket filled with removed plant debris to be disposed of as the group of volunteers works on clearing out the landscaping beds. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Steps Forward Day

As part of their fifth annual Steps Forward Day, the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) helped to beautify downtown San Marcos recently by providing the volunteers and funding to landscape


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