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Fire engines and other South Hays Fire Department response vehicles line Oak Meadows as they respond to a garage fire at a residence at 101 Meadow Bluff Monday night. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Fire destroys family's garage

No one was injured, but a local family was displaced Monday night after fire raced through their garage at 101 Meadow Bluff, located off Hilliard Road.

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ELECTRIC BIKES

Texas State University students got the chance to put the pedal to the metal on Friday in the Quad for a promotional event introducing VeoRide’s electric bikes to campus as pa

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The click and shuffle of tap shoes rang out on the wooden floors at the Price Center Thursday morning during the weekly Community Dance Class program. Instructor Carolyn Hanson (far right) demonstrates a simple traveling time step for her students as they all warm up for the day’s class. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Price Center

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Dr. Jason Eisenbach stands onstage at the Alkek Teaching Theater as he recounts his experiences in Poland living under the Third Reich and his survival during the Holocaust. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Holocaust Survivor

Dr. Jacob Eisenbach, a 96-year-old Holocaust survivor, spoke to a full house Tuesday evening at the Alkek Teaching Theatre on Texas State University campus. 

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Volunteers Rhonda White and Steve Furney dish up a batch of fresh blueberry pancakes at the San Marcos Activity Center for the 79th Annual Kiwanis Club Pancake Day and Silent Auction last year. Daily Record file photos by Denise Cathey

Kiwanis celebrate 80 years on the griddle

The San Marcos Kiwanis Club is getting ready to host their 80th Annual Pancake Day and Silent Auction in the coming weeks. Established in 1923, the San Marcos Kiwanis Club

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A rusting electrical box sits in the middle of what used to be a parking lot at the old Hays County Civic Center grounds. The county closed the civic center in 2013 and, according to county tax records, still owns most of the land where the center once stood. Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra is holding a series of community meetings to gauge interest in bringing a new civic center to the Interstate 35 corridor — whether in San Marcos, Kyle or Buda.  

Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Civic Center back in spotlight

The mention of the Hays County Civic Center can evoke fond memories in longtime county residents: concerts, livestock shows, youth agricultural competitions, cultural celebrations — and, of course, the Republic

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