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The Bicentennial Bells in their traditional prairie-style dresses. The Bells consisted of Frances Stovall, Nettie Sevur, Dot Renfrow, Helen VanGundy and Bobbie Gilbert.

By CANDICE BRUSUELAS

Features Editor

 

Dr. Mario Garza wore feathers at last year's Sacred Springs Powwow.

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Vicki Averitt from the First Presbyterian Church talking with Charles Inim about Faithfest and the volunteer opportunities available while serving hot dogs, drinks and other free things provided by all the denominations at the event.

Christopher Salinas - Daily Record reporter

Semih Aslan speaks with students at Texas State about the solar panels and wind turbines and how they will be used to develop systems and technology that will promote the use of renewable energy by collecting data on their server in the SMART Lab.

Christopher Salinas - Daily Record reporter

The Bicentennial Bells in their traditional prairie-style dresses. The Bells consisted of Frances Stovall, Nettie Sevur, Dot Renfrow, Helen VanGundy and Bobbie Gilbert.
River Ranger Zoraida Vences, a junior at San Marcos High School, takes a water sample just downstream of the low-water bridge at CR 266 (CR 101 in Caldwell County), which is also known as Westerfield Crossing.
Dr. Mario Garza wore feathers at last year's Sacred Springs Powwow.
Texas State junior wide receiver Jafus Gaines hauls in a pass from Tyler Jones in the first quarter of Saturday’s game versus Arkansas-Pine Bluff inside Bobcat Stadium. The Bobcats shutout Pine Bluff 65-0.
Vicki Averitt from the First Presbyterian Church talking with Charles Inim about Faithfest and the volunteer opportunities available while serving hot dogs, drinks and other free things provided by all the denominations at the event.
Semih Aslan speaks with students at Texas State about the solar panels and wind turbines and how they will be used to develop systems and technology that will promote the use of renewable energy by collecting data on their server in the SMART Lab.
The Bicentennial Bells in their traditional prairie-style dresses. The Bells consisted of Frances Stovall, Nettie Sevur, Dot Renfrow, Helen VanGundy and Bobbie Gilbert.

Homemade tradition

two month summer break.
The Heritage Guild, under the Heritage Association of San Marcos, runs the Cottage Kitchen, though the house is owned by the city, which also maintains the park and Eli Merriman cabin.

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