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KTSW Newscast: Nov. 16, 2023

By Danielle De Lucia and Ezekiel Ramirez Chief Editor of News and News Reporter On this week’s newscast, co-hosts Danielle De Lucia and Ezekiel Ramirez bring news about a former San Marcos teacher charged with three counts of sexual assault, the newly elected City Council Members of San Marcos, Texas State University professors make a key discovery of how planets are formed and more. Tune in every Thursday at 5 […]

todayNovember 18, 2023 26

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Hays County

Hays County 2023 General Election Guide

By Ezekiel Ramirez News Reporter Early voting began for the Nov. 7 election. This year’s November election includes 14 state constitutional amendments that voters can approve or deny. San Marcos and other towns also have their own measures and official races on the ballot. Early voting opened Oct. 23 and will continue until Nov. 3. Voter Registration Voter registration for the upcoming election has closed. Students and San Marcos residents […]

todayOctober 30, 2023 164

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What is Bobcat Day?

By Ezekiel Ramirez News Reporter Last Saturday, on Oct. 7, Texas State University celebrated the first Bobcat Day of the semester. Bobcat Day is an event created by Undergraduate Admissions for potential Bobcats to explore the campus and gain a greater understanding of what being a student at TXST is all about. “Bobcat Day is a chance to really envision themselves here,” Assistant Directors for Admissions, David Thomas said. “You […]

todayOctober 10, 2023 50

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Hispanic heritage month celebrations in the community

By Ezekiel Ramirez News Reporter September has arrived, which means the beginning of Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) week and Hispanic Heritage Month.  Texas State  Texas State University honors Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15-Oct. 15 which recognizes the histories, cultures and contributions of Americans with Hispanic and Latine ancestry. “I think Hispanic Heritage Fund is really about the opportunity to celebrate Hispanic cultures and doing that through like community music, […]

todaySeptember 15, 2023 94 1

The two creators of the Vanilla Bean Market.


Vanilla Bean Market opens in San Marcos

By Ezekiel Ramirez News Reporter SAN MARCOS- For San Martians looking for hidden gems, Vanilla Bean Market, a new student-run, vintage market, opened up this past summer. David Ixtabalan and Cooper Philpot, co-creators of Vanilla Bean, hosted their second market last Saturday and already have their next event in the works. Creation of the Vanilla Bean Market  Ixtabalan and Philpot are both Texas State students who had the vision to […]

todayAugust 30, 2023 171

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Back to School Broadcast

B2SB: Why Texas State?

By Ezekiel Ramirez News Reporter The Fall 2023 school year is starting, which means new students will join the Bobcat family. Some Texas State students share their personal reasons for wanting to become a Bobcat, as well as some of their favorite things about Texas State. For some, this will be their first semester going into college and the beginning of a new journey, but for others, the end is […]

todayAugust 14, 2023 45

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The Teacher Reuse helps teachers get school supplies with new San Marcos location

By Ezekiel Ramirez News Reporter SAN MARCOS — The Teacher Reuse, a local non-profit that provides teachers with free school supplies, reopened July 22 at a new location in San Marcos. Inspired by The Wellman Project, former teacher, Shelly O’Donnell started the non-profit organization in August 2022. It’s a place where teachers and community members can donate supplies they no longer use, and a place where teachers can pick up […]

todayAugust 9, 2023 119

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San Marcos city council revises downtown parking restrictions

By Ezekiel Ramirez News Reporter SAN MARCOS- On July 3, city council members approved a four-hour-parking restriction between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday in certain areas in Downtown San Marcos. Anyone parking in the downtown area will be able to leave their vehicle out for a longer period. The current time limit is two hours. Opinions have escalated between students from Texas State University, some viewing the […]

todayJuly 31, 2023 67


San Marcos opens cooling center following record-breaking heat

By Ezekiel Ramirez News Reporter SAN MARCOS — Every summer, the Southside Community Center opens a Community Cooling Center that is available to anyone who is trying to beat the heat. Cooling centers are typically set in motion once temperatures are forecast to 100°+ for more than three hours. Texas endured a heat wave of significant proportions this summer. These higher temperatures have created health issues for several residents while impacting […]

todayJuly 29, 2023 55

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