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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 27


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 11


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 13


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 21


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 81

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Lucky Number Seven for San Marcos

by Kyle Spencer Sports Reporter A change of wind has come about the Rattlers' football club. A change of wind that has been needed since the 2007-2008 season. Seven long playoff-free years have plagued the boys in purple until now. San Marcos will be competing for the state title this year in the Texas high school playoffs. The first matchup in the bracket is against San Antonio Harlandale. This Rattler […]

todayNovember 12, 2015 31

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San Marcos Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for N LBJ Improvements

Taylor Zavala News Director The City of San Marcos celebrated the completion of the North LBJ improvement project. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at the corner of North LBJ drive and Forest Street. The North LBJ Drive Improvements project began on October 14, 2013. The $7,000,000 project included upgrades to water and wastewater utilities, and improved drainage. Many San Marcos officials were in attendance for the ribbon cutting ceremony, […]

todaySeptember 29, 2015 19

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Texas State Sets Record for 18 Consecutive Year

Trevor Frank News Reporter Texas State is continuing to break records, announcing both the most diverse student body and the highest enrollment to date. This marks the eighteenth consecutive year Texas State has set a new record for enrollment. As of this year, there are 38,006 students enrolled for the fall of 2015 compared to 36,764 for the fall of 2014. This new record was partly driven by the freshmen […]

todaySeptember 18, 2015 36

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Jessica Lee Wilkes, Lone Wolf

Review by Andrew Wilcox Music Reviewer Artist - Jessica Lee Wilkes Album -  Lone Wolf Label - Free Dirt Records Date of Release – 6/16/2015 Website - Lone Wolf is Jessica Lee Wilkes’ first solo record after touring and recording with the band JD Wilkes and the Dirt Daubers for the past five years. It’s unlike anything that has been released recently! Tinkling piano, R&B saxophone, and surf/rockabilly lead […]

todayJuly 9, 2015 52

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