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Clayton Klingberg of The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment teaches a field trip group from Carl Schurz Elementary in New Braunfels about bugs found in and around Spring Lake. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

There was a flock of flamingos on a yard on Belvin Street Wednesday, but they weren’t blown in by the storm. “Flamingo Flocking” is a fundraising initiative of San Marcos Project Graduation. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

Mayor Pro Tem Jude Prather leads firefighters and Citizens Fire Academy alumni “pushing in” the San Marcos Fire Department’s newest fire truck. (Photo by Trey Hatt)

The San Marcos Fire Department celebrated the delivery of a new fire truck last week with a “pushing-in” ceremony at Fire Station #3.


San Marcos CISD crews clearing land the district owns off Hunter Road found an old stone structure that had been hidden for years. Plans are to investigate its origin and not tear it down. The crews said they found several snakes while clearing the dense brush. (Daily Record photo by David Short)

Captain Dale Dye spoke at the welcoming ceremony. (Photo courtesy of Bernadette Adams)

On April 18,in Lockhart, the Vietnam Era War Veterans were finally Welcomed Home. This is something that should have happened 40 years ago at the end of the war. Caldwell County welcomed the Vietnam Veterans home with free food and a ceremony.


Clayton Klingberg of The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment teaches a field trip group from Carl Schurz Elementary in New Braunfels about bugs found in and around Spring Lake. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

There was a flock of flamingos on a yard on Belvin Street Wednesday, but they weren’t blown in by the storm. “Flamingo Flocking” is a fundraising initiative of San Marcos Project Graduation. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

Mayor Pro Tem Jude Prather leads firefighters and Citizens Fire Academy alumni “pushing in” the San Marcos Fire Department’s newest fire truck. (Photo by Trey Hatt)

San Marcos CISD crews clearing land the district owns off Hunter Road found an old stone structure that had been hidden for years. Plans are to investigate its origin and not tear it down. The crews said they found several snakes while clearing the dense brush. (Daily Record photo by David Short)

Captain Dale Dye spoke at the welcoming ceremony. (Photo courtesy of Bernadette Adams)

The five combined chapters of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority presented Ellie Stewart with the Beta Sigma Phi Woman of the Year award at the Founder’s Day Banquet last Monday evening. She was honored for her outstanding volunteer work in the San Marcos area since her retirement from the banking business. She is a longtime resident since moving here when her husband, Harry, retired from the U.S. Air Force.

Ellie Stewart awarded Woman of the Year of Beta Sigma Phi

‘Les Miserables’ final shows

After standing room only audiences last weekend, “Les Misérables” will close its run at the Price Center on Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 25.


Barrie Breed’s house dates back to 1884, but has a surprisingly modern look, inside and out. (Photo courtesy Cathy Dillon)

The inside of Breed’s house features a sliding barn door separating the kitchen and dining area. (Photo courtesy Cathy Dillon)

Oldest home on Heritage tour has ‘modern’ charm

By Diana Baker

Special to the Record

 


Gerald Castillo’s herb garden is growing mint, parsley and oregano, just in time for spring cooking. (Photo by Gerald Castillo)

Reader Submission: Blooming herb garden


Candice’s new favorite breakfast. For a mid-day snack prepare without oats and mix in some goat cheese crumbles. It’s like dessert, but healthy. (Daily Record photo by Candice Brusuelas)

Candice's Kitchen: Butternut squash, oatmeal breakfast bowl

By CANDICE BRUSUELAS

Features Editor

 

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