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One of the youngest faces sporting a Dia de los Muertos look over the weekend during activites at Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos was Achilles Roddy, here having a snack
A pack of young athletes springs through the starting line as they compete to be the fastest kid in the annual Fun Run portion of the sixth annual Día de los Muertos 5K Run/Wa
The annual Storybook Pumpkin contest at Travis Elementary yielded a new crop of scary and adorable storybook characters created by students and teachers.Twins Teslee and Justi
Michael Royal is interviewed by Josie Faletta as part of a project to commemorate the memories associated with the Historic First Baptist Church in a digital time capsule. The Main Street Program held a two-day open house concerning the old church and the adjacent Cephas House over the weekend. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey
Volunteers Madison Teague and Chris MacDonald hold dogs Rachel and Skye, a mother and son duo who are up for adoption through PAWS of Central Texas in Kyle as they walk them a
Butterfly aficiondos weren’t deterred by Saturday’s showers and threats of more, turning out in full force to the Discovery Center for the city’s first-ever Monarch Festival.
After the San Marcos City Council voted in September to establish Indigenous Peoples’ Day on the second Monday in October, as part of a national movement to address the issues
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