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Manhole Cover Contest to Protect the River

The Manhole Cover contest is a design for storm drain manhole covers that will be installed on all city-owned storm drains. The contest is a joint effort between Texas State University and the city of San Marcos hoping to shed light on the impact that storm water pollutants such as oil from roads, pet waste, cigarette buds, lawn fertilizers, and construction sediment can directly have unwanted impact on our rivers, […]

todayOctober 11, 2013 39

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San Marcos Launches City App

On October 1, The City of San Marcos launched its mobile civic engagement application called SMTX Connect.SMTX Connect is a way for San Marcos citizens to access city services as well as notify the community about problems and issues in the city that they believe should be addressed.The City of San Marcos’ Communications Specialists Trey Hatt explains what residents can use the mobile app for,It actually allows people to, with […]

todayOctober 11, 2013 19

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Newscast: Thomas Ferguson Plant

Plans are moving forward to build a new 540-megawatt power plant on Horseshoe Bay to replace the old Thomas Ferguson plant. The city agreed in January with the Lower Colorado River Authority for a 3.25 percent interest in the new plant's energy production. San Marcos's share is estimated to be 18 million dollars, which the city plans to pay for with revenue bonds. Council Member Kim Porterfield thinks this will be […]

todayApril 16, 2013 17

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Newscast: ABIA Traffic Increase

The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport has seen an increase in passenger traffic flow consistently for three years now creating more opportunity for the airport to expand in its capabilities. Passenger traffic is up 3 percent compared to this time last year. Public Information Specialist, Jason Zielinski says with the increase of traffic, airlines are more than ever interested in the airport. Airlines are showing confidence in the Austin market. They’re bringing […]

todayApril 16, 2013 17

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Apple Domination

Elisha Colip KTSW News Since 2004 Apple sales have greatly increased according to a chart on aaplinvestors.net.  It has become increasingly more common to see people with multiple Apple products as the attraction to the brand continues to grow with each new item. Apple has cornered the market for technology as personal use with the IPhone, IPod, MacBook, and the IPad .From the first IPod to the IPhone 5, Apple […]

todayMarch 26, 2013 15

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Disabling the Disabled

Aaron Lugo KTSW News According to Art Junior Cat Cassidy, this semester, there have been some changes in the leadership of the Office of Disability Services, particularly in the way the interpreter services are run for deaf students like Cassidy. Up until this semester, the sign language interpreters have been coordinated by Linda Lovelace. This semester, the university has hired Dawne McDougall as the assistant director of disability services. For […]

todayMarch 5, 2013 29

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