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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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In a room awash with red, white and blue, Ketema Guta stands as his native country of Ethiopia is called out during the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services’  fourth annual Naturalization Ceremony at Texas State University. The ceremony welcomed 248 new U.S. citizens. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

248 take oath of citizenship

It’s a status that many are born into, but for others, U.S. citizenship is the reward at the end of an arduous path.

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