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In the Public Interest

In the Public Interest Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

By Jacquelyn Carter In the Public Interest Host Hispanic Heritage Month is a period from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 when the U.S. recognizes the history, culture and contributions of Hispanic and Latinx Americans. The holiday started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under Texas State’s own President Lyndon B. Johnson and was later expanded into a month by President Ronald Reagan in 1988. It was officially enacted into law […]

todayOctober 15, 2016 59

In the Public Interest

In the Public Interest Looks at San Marcos Growth and Gentrification

By Jacquelyn Carter In the Public Interest Host In 2015, San Marcos was reported as the fastest growing city for the third consecutive year in a row. With the construction of the new highway, increased population and other factors, some believe San Marcos is on the cusp of gentrification. Join your hosts DaLyah Jones and Jacquelyn Carter as they discuss what is driving people to San Marcos, fears of gentrification […]

todaySeptember 26, 2016 73


Texas State Alumni Honor Former San Marcos Businessman

By Kasandra Garza Assistant News Director Two country singers and former Texas State University alumni are honoring a San Marcos business owner in a poetic way. Country singers Randy Rogers and Sunny Sweeney can be heard on the new tribute album to Kent Finlay who died one year ago. Finlay graduated from Southwest Texas State University in 1961 earning a Master’s degree in Education and later opened Cheatham Street Warehouse. It has since […]

todayMarch 30, 2016 45


Common Misconceptions About Texas Independence

By Kasandra Garza Assistant News Director The battle for Texas Independence was a battle over politics that aligned people who were in favor of local self-­government and included a large number of Tejanos. However, there are a few misconceptions and details left out some people forget or misrepresent.  Jesus Francisco, Professor of History and Director of the Center for the Study of the Southwest at Texas State University, said it wasn’t a […]

todayMarch 2, 2016 122


Local, National Results Pour In as Super Tuesday Continues

By Kasandra Garza Assistant News Director Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton have picked up multiple states as the results of the first few Super Tuesday ballots are counted. According to Real Clear Politics, Hillary Clinton has won Georgia with 72.4 percent, Virginia with 64.7 percent, and Texas with 67.7 percent of votes. Bernie Sanders takes his home state of Vermont with 86.5 and Oklahoma with 52.1 […]

todayMarch 1, 2016 6

City Hall


City Council Passes Amendment, Requires Qualifying Businesses Pay Workers “Living Wage”

By Kasandra Garza Assistant News Director    San Marcos City Council has passed a new amendment in the city’s Economic Development Policy that  requires all employers qualifying for an economic development incentive to pay their employees a minimum of $15 an hour. Scott Gregson, Councilman for place five, took the lead on this effort saying he believes it is important to allow citizens to have the opportunity to have a […]

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