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Library Patrons in Jewlery Making.


San Marcos library recognized by state for service to community

By Joseph Castro KTSW News Contributor San Marcos—The San Marcos Public Library (SMPL) recently won a 2022 Achievement of Library Excellence Award, marking the library as one of the best in Texas.   The award was given to 73 out of 542 libraries across the state and is allotted by Texas Municipal Library Directors Association, an affiliate of the Texas Municipal League.  The honor comes after San Marcos residents voted for […]

todayApril 14, 2023 41

A picture I took of where Wildfire will be


New Nightclub in SMTX 

By: Savannah Lopez  Blog Content Contributor Texas State may have the label of “party school”, but let’s be honest, most college students like to go out and party. They enjoy going out to a nightclub, dance hall, or anywhere where the vibes are right. In San Marcos, two nightclubs on the square that I have heard about, Nephews and the Red Room Social Lounge, both have positive reviews for great […]

todayApril 6, 2023 93 2

Image of a shop with blue and green walls, lanterns hanging from the ceiling, and racks of clothing.

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KTSW Loves: Daughter of the Wild

By Ariana Mendoza Community Outreach Coordinator During the month of February, I got the chance to interview Daughter of the Wild (DOTW) for KTSW Loves. DOTW is 10 years old this year and has already been nominated for three awards. Nikkye Re’Anne, the owner, describes her business as, “A nexus of many of my interests ranging from plants, geology, jewelry making, vintage & antique + some.” She first started this […]

todayMarch 28, 2023 76 3

water infrastructure map of San Marcos indicating which areas are affected


Boil Water Notice issued in San Marcos

By Preethi Mangadu News & Culture Director Updated March 22, 2023 The City of San Marcos issued a Boil Water Notice on Facebook this morning for several areas in the city. The streets included in the notice are Village West, Harmons Way, Hunter Ridge, Quail Run (North of Trails End), Lazy Lane, Oak, Maple, Mulberry, Mesquite, Hamilton Hollow, Knight and Day. The notice was issued due to an electrical failure, […]

todayMarch 20, 2023 192 2 2

A picture of Old Main as seen from a distance. To the left, there are tree crowns and in front is the vaquero statue and a lamp post with a texas state banner.


In Conversation W/Catching Valentinis-Dee about PARKTXST

Context for the beginning of the interview, I asked Catching Valentinis-Dee how he was feeling about the rally today (March 3rd, 2023, at 2:30 p.m.). This morning I had a conversation with Catching Valentinis-Dee, the former TXST student body president and founder of PARKTXST. PARKTXST is a TXST parking reform organization with a TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter. Catching dives into the history of PARKTXST, details the organization's 3 step plan, […]

todayMarch 8, 2023 107 3


Meadows Center receives $2.5 million for climate change research

By Preethi Mangadu  News & Culture Director   Texas State University’s Meadows Center for Water and the Environment was awarded almost $2.5 million in federal appropriations to support the Climate Change Impact on Water Initiative.    The initiative works to study climate change’s impact on all Texas water resources and to create an informative public tool to showcase how to preserve and protect water in the state.    “The Climate Change […]

todayFebruary 15, 2023 46 3

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San Marcos continues adapting to growing population

By Baylee Green  News Reporter     The San Marcos population has grown rapidly over the past 10 years and is predicted to see numbers rise at a high rate for the foreseeable future.    San Marcos is bound to see a growth in population as a result of the increased admission rates at Texas State University, the addition of major businesses to the surrounding areas and many other factors. Space […]

todayDecember 22, 2022 144

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Local Activist Seek Reform To San Marcos Police

Emma Jones  News Reporter  Updated 8:14 PM Local group Mano Amiga has begun seeking signatures for their petition. The "Hartman Reforms" call for these five changes to the city's contract with the San Marcos police department. End the 180-Day Rule This reform would end the statute of limitations that currently bar investigating wrongdoing by officers.  End Delay of Interviews for Misconduct  San Marcos officers currently have 48 hours or more […]

todaySeptember 20, 2022 134


Several commercial permits filed in Texas, aiding economic development in San Marcos

By Preethi Mangadu Chief Editor of News Under the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR), ten commercial projects have been filed in cities in central Texas. Out of the 10, four are located in San Marcos.    The projects are either new construction, renovations, or alterations that will progress economic development in the San Marcos community. Current information about project details is subject to change.    Tantra Brewhouse is […]

todaySeptember 2, 2022 108 6

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