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Staff Reporter

The storm that moved through the area on July 4 drenched parts of Hays County with rain. Meteorologists said the large amount of lightning over Central Texas on Wednesday is typical of summertime storms. According to the National Weather Service, the peak wind gust at the San Marcos Airport on Wednesday was 41 miles per hour. One local rain gauge showed 2.5 inches. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo 

And the rain came Fourth

The storm system that moved through Central Texas on Independence Day left inches of rain, numerous downed limbs, canceled plans and power outages in its wake.

Graphic courtesy of city's Planning and Development Services Department

City issues guidelines on ADUs

The city’s Planning and Development Services Department has developed a comprehensive guide on Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), or secondary living spaces constructed on single-family lots. ADUs may be part of

Alexis Hernandez and John Vasquez of San Marcos stand holding signs as they watch the group of speakers share their views opposing family detention at the Rally to End Family Detention Wednesday evening hosted by Mano Amiga outside the Hays County Historic Courthouse. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Rally for Families

Local immigrant rights group Mano Amiga held a rally on the south side of the Hays County Courthouse on Wednesday, right after the San Marcos City Council adopted a resolution opposing the separati

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