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River otter spotted at Spring Lake 

By Madelyn Weirich  News Reporter   A North American river otter was spotted at Spring Lake in San Marcos, signaling hope for community river advocates working to ensure the water’s quality and sustainability.  In a Facebook post on Oct. 12, the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment shared photos of the otter poking its head above the water. Dive Coordinator Mike Flores spotted the playful creature while exploring the […]

todayNovember 4, 2023 50 2

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KTSW Newscast: Oct. 05, 2023

By Oyinda Rickford and Madelyn Weirich KTSW News Reporters On this week’s newscast, co-hosts Oyinda Rickford and Madelyn Weirich bring news about Texas State University's annual crime report, a possible "Can Ban" in San Marcos, the annual Sacred Springs Powwow and more. Tune in every Thursday at 5 p.m. at 89.9 or here on the KTSW blog. We are the other side of news.

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Tequila Rose, a drag queen, performing on stage next to another drag queen

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“Let them look upon it”: How a Texas State alum found his passion in drag

By Madelyn Weirich News Reporter Tequila Rose is no stranger to the spotlight. With her iconic '60s-inspired hair, vibrant dresses, heels and stage presence, the Texas State alum has been stealing the show since the birth of her alter ego in 2016. This Saturday evening, Tequila Rose acted alongside five other performers to perform a Drag Showdown at the Marc. The event was part of an all-day “Loud and […]

todaySeptember 15, 2023 36 1

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City Council to discuss 5% increase for local water and electric rates

By Madelyn Weirich News Reporter SAN MARCOS — The City Council will discuss increasing water/wastewater and electricity rates by 5% each this Tuesday during a regularly scheduled meeting.  If passed, the new rates will be implemented starting Oct. 1. The meeting will include a public hearing, during which citizens may speak or have a written statement read out loud. The proposed increases on the city level come at the same […]

todaySeptember 5, 2023 52 1

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