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In the Public Interest: Halloween in San Marcos

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Originally aired October 27th
KTSW News Reporters

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    In the Public Interest: Halloween in San Marcos

Join your hosts DaLyah Jones and Jacquelyn Carter as they take a look at Halloween around the city of San Marcos. They discussed the History of Halloween and some local spooky San Marcos legends.

Jacquelyn Carter introduces some of the events the San Marcos Public Library will host this year. Hear about Fall Story Festival to their Costume Party Contest featuring a special San Marcian celebrity musical guest.

Hannah Rucker discusses the Halloween college experience. Listen to hear how local Texas State University students celebrate the holiday.

Marques Mingo wraps things up reminding citizens how dangerous Halloween can be. Hear his interview with Assistant Chief of of Operations at the San Marcos Police Department as they discuss ways to stay safe this holiday.

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