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05/08/20 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

By Hector Montemayor-Perez KTSW Senior News Reporter  SAN MARCOS, Texas – The Hays County Local Health Department has reported its second COVID-19 related fatality. The individual who passed away on Thursday, May 7, was a 90-year-old Wimberly resident in their 90s. The person was counted in the existing Hays County reports and had been hospitalized about two weeks ago. Hays County also reports four new cases, bringing the current number […]

todayMay 8, 2020 13


05/07/20 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

By Madyson Sanchez KTSW Senior News Reporter SAN MARCOS, Texas –  The Hays County Local Health Department reported four new lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases overnight and today, bringing the total number of cases in Hays County to 199. 122 of the positive cases are recovered and out of quarantine. 17 tests are pending and awaiting results. The City of San Marcos announced the adoption of a temporary parklet program for the […]

todayMay 7, 2020 9


05/06/20 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

By Hector Montemayor-PerezKTSW Senior News Reporter  SAN MARCOS, Texas – The Hays County Local Health Department reported 12 new COVID-19 lab-confirmed positive cases in Hays County, the second-highest spike in cases in the past month. This brings the total amount of active cases in Hays county to 77. 117 cases have recovered in Hays County. Currently there are 8 individuals hospitalized in Hays County due to COVID-19. The City of […]

todayMay 6, 2020 1

D Smoke Album Cover


D Smoke: “Black Habits” Album Review

By Christopher BrockerMusic Journalist  Daniel Farris, a.k.a. D Smoke, is one of the most interesting artists emerging in the hip-hop scene. Smoke is a 34-year-old former Spanish and music teacher from Inglewood, California who most notably won the first season of the Netflix TV show, “Rhythm and Flow." Smoke paid homage to his hometown by titling his first EP, "Inglewood High." Smoke comes from a musically inclined family that has many […]

todayFebruary 12, 2020 25

Banner for Mort Garson’s Mother Earth’s Plantasia


Mort Garson: Mother Earth’s Plantasia Album Review

By Megan Gallagher Music Journalist As an avid music admirer, I am curious about the magic of music, as is anyone that surfs blogs for music content! Thus, I wanted to throw appreciative energy out into the cosmos to Mort Garson for his synthesizer-masterpiece, Mother Earth’s Plantasia.  Released in 1976, this album was the dark horse in the tides of the wave of synthesized music that prevailed from the ‘60s […]

todayNovember 24, 2019 16

A young woman who is covering her mouth standing against a plain background. The picture is lit with pink and blue lights.


Lofi: the Music to Study to

By Bridget DunbarMusic Journalist Lo-fi. Everyone has seen or listened to those week-long YouTube streams of anime girls studying to lo-fi jazz. But lo-fi has a much longer history than that and so many different artists have been involved in the genre.   Lo-fi is short for "low fidelity." The genre is characterized by imperfections in production, whether intentional or not. The genre originated in the mid-20th century; it was DIY music […]

todayNovember 22, 2019 26

Mala Luna Festival promotional poster featuring a moon and names of performers at the two-day festival.


Mala Luna is Here!

By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager Spooky season is here-- and that means Mala Luna is too! The two-day concert event will be taking place this week in San Antonio, Texas, on Oct. 26 and 27 at the Nelson Wolff Stadium. There is no better way to get in the fall spirit than to go to this Halloween themed festival and hear amazing music from your favorite artists. It’s not […]

todayOctober 26, 2019 11

QB Mac DiDomenico (2) running away from OLB Moses Alva (1)

Football - San Marcos High School

The Buffalos of Samuel Clemens stamped the Rattlers

By Josephfer WilliamsSports Reporter On Friday night's district matchup between the San Marcos Rattlers versus the Samuel Clemens Buffalos, it was Clemens who walked away with the 58-24 victory. The Buffalos running attack was too much to handle for the Rattlers as the dynamic duo of Max DiDomenico and A’Mari Williams had a handfull of touchdowns together. Didomenico ended the game with five rushing touchdowns and Williams added three as […]

todayOctober 19, 2019 7

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“Lawn Culture” and You

By Brandi MitchellWeb Content Contributor It’s green. It’s beautiful. It’s evenly cut and generously watered. It’s landscaped to perfection, gleaming like a gem in your suburban neighborhood as a beacon to all who gaze upon it that you have the lawn of all lawns. You are the lawn queen, the lawn king and you take pride in your meticulously manicured stretch of land that subtly represents all that you desire […]

todayOctober 5, 2019 4

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