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Interview with Austin Jazz Society’s Tom Van Tassel: How to Support the Local Austin Music Scene While At-Home

By Claudia RuizMusic Journalist With the rise of live streaming for entertainment, places like Austin Jazz Society provide closure for those of us who crave live music again. I had the chance to speak with the president of Austin Jazz Society, Tom van Tassel, about the future of their organization and the current state of live jazz music today. Claudia Ruiz: So Tom can you tell us what is the […]

todayNovember 20, 2020 8


Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: 11/05/20

By Devon BatesNews Reporter SAN MARCOS, Texas--The Hays County Health Department reported two new COVID-19 fatalities on Wednesday, Nov. 4. The two fatalities were a San Marcos woman in her 90s and a Buda man in his 80s. These two deaths brought the county's number of Coronavirus-related fatalities to 91. There are currently 322 active Coronavirus cases – a 17-case decrease since November 3. There have been 6,265 total cases […]

todayNovember 5, 2020 1


Resident Assistant Organizational Committee makes demands to the Department of Housing and Residential Life

By Ally BolenderNews Content Manager The four residential assistants (RAs) who formed the committee have chosen to remain anonymous out of fear of losing their housing and jobs. The RAs featured in the following article will be listed as RA1 and RA2. SAN MARCOS, Texas -- The Texas State University Resident Assistant Organizational Committee (RAOC) released a petition and set of demands to the Department of Housing and Residential Life […]

todayOctober 29, 2020


10/14/20: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

By Devon Bates and Ally BolenderNews Reporter and News Content Manager SAN MARCOS, TX-- Texas State University Chief Medical Officer, Emilio Carranco, released a COVID-19 update on October 8 regarding the University's increase in testing capacity and decline of COVID-19 cases on campus. During the first week of testing, 1,074 PCR tests were performed with 18 positive results for a 1.7% positivity rate, according to the update. The World Health Organization […]

todayOctober 14, 2020


08/05/20: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor SAN MARCOS, Texas- As of Aug. 4, 2020, San Marcos' total Coronavirus cases saw 13-case decrease. Despite this, San Marcos still tallied the most Coronavirus cases in the county with a total of 2,448, according to the San Marcos Daily Record. The Hays County Local Health Department reported yesterday that two San Marcos residents in their 70s died recently from complications caused by COVID-19. The […]

todayAugust 5, 2020 1


Protesting to Reopen

By Tiger ShiNews Reporter SAN MARCOS, Texas -- There have been protests all over the country to reopen the country so that small businesses may return to work. In Texas, protestors gathered at the state capitol calling for an end of the lockdown imposed by Governor Greg Abbott. The protests were motivated by the stay-at-home orders that raised the question of what is considered essential services or not. Bradley Taylor, […]

todayApril 28, 2020 1

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Local Businesses Respond to COVID-19 with Retail-to-Go

By Megan WehringAssistant News Director SAN MARCOS, Texas--Several downtown retailers are opening their doors today for Retail-to-Go after over 100 of the 300 businesses in the Main Street district temporarily closed. The new Retail-to-Go order will allow minimal contact between transactions as customers can pay before they pick up items and delivery. The order is an opportunity for businesses to provide resources to customers, while maintaining the proper sanitation and […]

todayApril 24, 2020 3

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03/16/20: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager SAN MARCOS, Texas -- As of March 16, San Marcos Mayor Jane Hughson signed an Order to Prohibit any public or private community gathering of more than 50 people within the city of San Marcos. The order goes into effect at 2 a.m. on Tuesday, March 17 and will lift on Monday, May 11, 2020. A community gathering does not include spaces where 50 […]

todayMarch 16, 2020

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Attorney General Ken Paxton Warns Against Scammers Amid Coronavirus Emergency

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is cautioning Texans to be aware of scams in light of the statewide Coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency. “Situations like this usually bring the best of our communities to the forefront with cooperation, aid and compassion,” Paxton said in a press release. “Unfortunately, some criminals take advantage of troubling circumstances to steal from hard-working Texans.” On March 13, Governor […]

todayMarch 14, 2020 2

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