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When they start erecting the Mount Rushmore of the greatest Texas State Bobcats in history, that list has to start with head volleyball coach Karen Chisum.

Final preparations continue as the San Marcos River and Plaza Park undergo a transformation into a true winter wonderland for the 28th Annual Sights & Sounds of Christmas (S&S) taking place Dec. 3 - 6.

Both semis, and the car that can't be seen in this photo, were completely engulfed in flames.

Anita Miller - News Editor

A fiery crash on the northbound lanes of Interstate 35 killed a truck driver and held up traffic on both the roadway and access roads Tuesday afternoon.

The Miller Middle School National Junior Honor Society hosted a turkey box drive for the Hays County Food Bank.  Enough money was collected to purchase eight turkey boxes for the food bank. Pictured from left are (back) Mallory Rasche, event coordinator of the food bank, Joselyn Lesikar, Blaze Gordon, Austin McGowen, Cristen Cost, (front) Nadira Koussinok dressed as a turkey, Keirsey Sanchez and Michelle Gomez. Not pictured are Grey Bales, Hannah Clay and Elena Gil.
Both semis, and the car that can't be seen in this photo, were completely engulfed in flames.
Texas State students gathered on the Quad to react to the Ferguson announcement. A grand jury in the Missouri town declined on Tuesday to indict the police officer that fatally shot unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown.
The rain had stopped, but motorists still drove through water on Hunter Road Monday afternoon after a contractor for the Texas Department of Transportation widening project hit a water main. City workers had it fixed about an hour later but it’s still unknown how many gallons were lost. Around 50 homes on the area were given a “boil water” notice, city spokesman Trey Hatt said.


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