Students at Hernandez Elementary got to take a trip around the world this week and in the process, learn about different holiday traditions practiced by nations and cultures i
With the smell of wassail in the air, San Marcans gathered downtown for the Main Street Program’s annual Wine and Wassail Walk.
On Thursday, San Marcos got its very own Habitat for Humanity ReStore, with the organization holding a ribbon cutting before officially opening the doors to the public. Above, flanked by
Excited shoppers wait with their shopping carts outside the new Habitat for Humanity ReStore which officially opened Thursday. The store sells and accepts donated and excess building materials and home goods with proceeds going to build affordable homes in the San Marcos area. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey
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
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
Sodalis San Marcos Memory Care threw a 100th Birthday Party on Friday for resident Wilma Burns who was born on Dec. 7, 1918.
There’s no better way to start a Saturday morning in December than the San Marcos Fire Department’s annual Pancakes with Santa event at Station 5.
Students at Travis Elementary wound up last week with a Friday morning “Donuts with Dad.” Above, with son Cash leading the way, Noah Jeffries carries their chosen donuts while
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,
Sunday evening marked the first night of Hanukkah, and commenced with a lighting of a giant menorah on the Hays County Historic Courthouse lawn.
Wednesday kicked off the annual Sights & Sounds of Christmas, providing holiday cheer and events for all ages.
In a cow print firefighter helmet, Austinite Miles Skiff takes in the weekly Saturday Farmer’s Market with his grandmother in downtown San Marcos.
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
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
Holding onto his specimen net, Johnathon Cole (above) waits for the group to get their equipment together before wading into the San Marcos River to collect macroinvertebrates