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TXST Students React to the SAG-AFTRA Strike

By Diego Gonzales Blog Content Contributor On July 13, SAG-AFTRA, a labor union for those in the entertainment industry, announced that they are going on strike. This move was due to failed negotiations that the union had with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP), an organization that represents many of Hollywood’s largest studios, such as Disney, Warner Bros, and Netflix. The two main items that SAG-AFTRA is […]

todayJuly 25, 2023 66 4


5 Spots to Check Out for Live Music this Summer

By Jewel Ogungbamigbe Local Music Journalist   With summer's highly-awaited arrival this leaves a lot of free time to do whatever you want and if you're as much of a music lover as I am -- which I'm sure you are -- that means being on the lookout for any shows and concerts going on around the area. If you're having trouble finding where to enjoy live music, here are […]

todayJuly 12, 2023 61 3 2

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San Marcos CISD Implements the Marshall Program in August

By Danielle De Lucia News Reporter The San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District is implementing a school marshal program this upcoming school year. On April 17, board members voted six-one in favor of the program to have armed marshals at the district elementary schools. The schools included in this program will be Rodriquez, Mendez, Hernandez, DeZavala, Crockett, and Bowie Elementary. Outside resources are helping to create a safe and protective […]

todayJuly 1, 2023 31

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 271 2 2


City of San Marcos to Use Zoom to Conduct Public Meetings

By Arlett RamirezAssistant Web Content Manager SAN MARCOS, Texas – The City of San Marcos is implementing new virtual ways for citizens to “attend” public meetings and comment amid the coronavirus pandemic. Citizens are being asked to remain at home to stop the spread of coronavirus.  Interim City Clerk Tammy Cook and her team have been working on virtual methods such as Zoom for the public to use to continue […]

todayApril 4, 2020 32


San Marcos Utility & Transportation Systems Implement New Policies Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

By Arlett RamirezAssistant Web Content Manager SAN MARCOS, Texas – The City of San Marcos utility and transportation systems have preemptively implemented policies to ensure a full service to water, transportation and electric power services and wastewater treatment to customers throughout the coronavirus outbreak. These new policies include changes in personal assignments, schedules and hours to provide better separation of work group members to minimize contact between employees. Work vehicles […]

todayApril 2, 2020 16


Texas State Topics at Debate Night

By Aaron J. Derton News Director SAN MARCOS -- Candidates for city council gathered to engage in civil, substantive debate Thursday night. Incumbent Council members Ed Mihalkanin, Place Three, and Jane Hughson, Place Four, faced off against small business owner, Amy Stanfield, and property rights activist, Joshua Simpson, respectively. Mr. Simpson, 24, graduated from Texas State last spring with a degree in Criminal Justice. While he admits he is not […]

todaySeptember 15, 2017 19


Texas Bans Texting and Driving

By Lauren Donovan News Reporter Texas will soon join 46 other states in implementing a statewide ban on texting while driving. This bill will only prohibit drivers from texting behind the wheel, but still allows drivers to use their phones for navigation and taking calls. San Marcos passed a similar ordinance in March 2016, but with stiffer regulations. The local ordinance restricts all cell phone usage behind the wheel, unless […]

todayJune 24, 2017 29


Texas State Students Express Their Thoughts on New HEB Location

By Clayton Kelley Assistant News Director Despite countless protest efforts, the third H-E-B, located at the intersection of Hunter Road and Wonder World Drive, has been approved by City Council in a four to three vote. Council members Lisa Prewitt, Melissa Derrick, and Jane Hughson were the dissenting vote in the previous September council board meeting. In the midst of City Council elections happening in November, Ty Stonecipher, Texas State […]

todayOctober 6, 2016 161

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