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Flood Awareness Week Proclaimed Three Years After Wimberley Flooding

By Camelia Juarez News Director Cyj6@txstate.edu Three years ago on Memorial Day weekend, 13 fatalities and hundreds of homes were destroyed in a record breaking flood in Wimberley and San Marcos, and now Hays County Commissioners Court proclaims Flood Awareness Week, May 21-25. A forty-foot wave from the Blanco River swept away entire blocks of homes in Wimberley, according to Hays County Emergency Management officials. As a result an estimated […]

todayMay 25, 2018 15

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Texas State, Floods and Classes Still in Session

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor  Many Texas State students encountered rain on their way to class early Tuesday morning. Majority of us were aware of potential thunderstorms for this week’s forecast, but were shocked when we had water a quarter of a way up our legs as we left our classes. Around 11 a.m.,the weather took a turn from pouring rain and a potential flood warning to a hail […]

todayApril 12, 2017 21


What’s in Store for the University Golf Course

By Conor Yarbrough News Director Adios; That’s the word from the Texas State University golf course. Severe flooding last October has the course pinned with $1.2 million worth of damages and as a result the university has opted not to reopen the nine-hole fairway. Texas state officials met with numerous departments to discuss what to do with the course, and after extensive conversation about what the future holds, university spokesman, Matt […]

todayJune 20, 2016 12


San Marcos Recovery in Effect Following Oct. 30 Flooding

DaLyah Jones News Reporter The City of San Marcos is in the recovery stages this week, after being hit by a severe thunderstorm that flooded parts of the city. Communications Director Kristi Wyatt says the city is currently assessing damages to the San Marcos area.  “We have a couple plans in place for people who have had damage to their home. The first thing is we want to know if […]

todayNovember 3, 2015 1


Flooding Prompts Road Closures Across the City

By: Carlos Marquez News Reporter There have been at least 20 road closures reported to the City of San Marcos. Kristi Wyatt, Director of San Marcos Communications, said that it is unsafe to be on the roads and residents should only leave their home if it is absolutely necessary.   “We’re urging people to just stay home if they can and to please be sure to check for dangerous areas, […]

todayOctober 30, 2015 15


New Deposits in San Marcos River Affecting Edwards Aquifer

Carlos Marquez News Reporter Following the Memorial Day flooding, The San Marcos River and surrounding water habitat are continuing to be affected by the natural disaster. The Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan has been monitoring the river, and have found several factors affecting the habitat. The San Marcos River was also affected by large debris flowing through the rivers, including sedimentary deposits and contaminants. The Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan […]

todayOctober 14, 2015 12

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Daily News Recap (6-17-15)

by Haley Burger KTSW News Haitian immigrants of the Dominican Republic could face deportation due to a lack of applying for legal status. According to CNN, thousands of undocumented immigrants entered the Dominican Republic from a neighboring country looking for work. The Dominican government has seen this issue before and has now created a “regularization plan” to help the immigrants get their proper legal documentation but some say it was […]

todayJune 17, 2015 12

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Memorial Weekend Flooding in Photos

Photos by Laura-Lynn Aebi and Chow Szczeblewski Water rushed into central Texas on Memorial Day weekend, leaving many without cars homes, and city businesses.Here are some snapshots of just some devastation that occurred.in San Marcos and Wimberley, TX.

todayMay 27, 2015 228

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Guerrero speaks on state aid and personal experience with #SMTXFlood

By Taylor Zavala News Director Due to the severe weather conditions that have hit the City of San Marcos, officials have been working closely with Governor Greg Abbott and emergency relief coordinators to combat the flash flooding and immense destruction that has taken place in Hays County. Mayor Guerrero was not involved with the conference call that took place earlier this morning between Ken Bell and the State of Texas, […]

todayMay 25, 2015 29

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