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San Marcos Chief of Police Chase Stapp (left) and Hays County Sheriff Gary Cutler pose with the bronze statue of fallen San Marcos Police Officer Ken Copeland, who was killed in the line of duty on Dec. 4, 2017 following the public remembrance ceremony at the Hays County Government Center Tuesday. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Remembering Officer Ken Copeland

Many members of the community, especially the local law enforcement community, remember San Marcos Police Officer Ken Copeland, who became the first officer to die in the line of duty in San Marcos

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Alley Market

Blue Dahlia Bistro’s Brunch & Shop, held in the alley behind the 218 Co-op Gallery Sunday, showcased jewelry, art, clothing and other gifts accompanied by brunch and live music. Above,

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Sights & Sounds

With only two days until Sights & Sounds of Christmas opens for the season on Wednesday, volunteers and crew members are busy putting the finishing touches on the popular

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Night Fishing

While many competitors in the annual Winter Polespear Tournament choose to hunt their quarry during the day, competitor Tom Pope prefers to brave the San Marcos River after da

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