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The 2023 Texas Winter Storm and Its Devastating Impact 

Maxwell Zaborowski News Reporter The 2023 Texas Winter Storm caused catastrophic consequences for the state and its residents. From January 31 to February 1, Texas State and the city of San Marcos shut down their facilities due to extreme cold temperatures and icy conditions.    The winter storm was caused by a unique combination of extremely low temperatures and a destabilized power grid, resulting in widespread electricity and blackouts. The state's […]

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American Advertising Federation names two bobcats in nation’s top fifty multicultural students

By Preethi Mangadu News & Culture Director Texas State senior Jenna Ramon and alum Erica Fierro have been titled as two of the Most Promising Multicultural Students for 2023 by the American Advertising Federation.  The American Advertising Federation is a nation-wide organization for individuals in the advertising industry.  Its Most Promising program has been working to promote equity, inclusion, and diversity in the advertising field for 26 years. The program is supported by many advertising agencies […]

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Family of inmate killed by Hays County corrections officer holds protest

By Oli De Los Santos News Reporter   Friends, family and community gathered on the steps of the Hays County Public Safety Building on Sunday to remember the life of Joshua Leon Wright.   Wright, 36, is remembered for co-founding the Facebook group “Take a Picture to End Racism Now” or TAPTERN, which garnered over 10,000 followers, and when a 7-year-old girl in his neighborhood was abducted and sexually assaulted, […]

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Congressman-elect Greg Casar will not be sworn in for now

By Jordan Young  Chief Editor of News  The United States House of Representatives began a process on Monday unseen in over 100 years. For the first time since 1923, a Speaker of the House failed to be elected on the first ballot, meaning Congressman-elect Greg Casar (D-TX35) cannot be sworn in yet.    The last time a party's nominee failed to be elected, Warner Bros. film studio did not exist. […]

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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 […]

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The City of Kyle is funding a new building for seniors 

Baylee Green    Due to the growing population of adults 50 and up the City of Kyle has awarded the Kyle Area Senior Zone (KASZ) $106K for a new senior building.    KASZ is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a space for all of Hays County seniors to thrive. The organization meets every Tuesday for lunch, games and other activities. These gatherings are a chance for seniors to socialize, participate […]

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Texas State searches for new football coach

Emma Jones News Reporter SAN MARCOS- Sunday evening Texas State announced they will be searching for a new football coach after letting go of coach Jake Spavital following the Bobcats loss against Louisiana (41-13) on Saturday. In a press release from Don Coryell, the Director of Athletics at Texas State, it was revealed that Texas State would be making a change in their leadership program. Spavital, 37, has been the […]

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19-year-old elected as Hays County District Clerk

Baylee Green  News Reporter   SAN MARCOS – In the 2022 mid-term election, Avrey Anderson was elected as District Clerk for Hays County, beating the incumbent District Clerk, Beverly Crumley, who has 30 years of experience in office, by an estimate of 2,500 votes.    Avrey Anderson was born in Houston, Texas. He graduated from Dripping Spring Highschool in 2021 and is currently  obtaining an associate degree in Computer Information Technology […]

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Newscast November 17

On this week’s newscast host Jordan Young brings news about Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s new border security efforts, San Marcos CISD postpones funds for Miller Middle School and Texas is experiencing an historic flu season. You can listen live to the news department’s weekly news updates Thursday at 5 pm on 89.9. We are the other side of the news. https://on.soundcloud.com/LfmgXaUmwicpxaw68

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