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San Maximum

San Maximum: Swimming the San Marcos River

By Austin Cowan Blog Content Conritbutor If there is one thing anyone must do while touring San Marcos, it is swimming in the river. The San Marcos River does not only start within the little town it is named after but provides some of the freshest, clearest water to swim in. All year long people can be found visiting the river to take a plunge in it for all kinds […]

todayFebruary 18, 2017 114

San Maximum

San Maximum: Picnicking on the Fourth of July

By Austin Cowan Blog Content Contributor  The Fourth of July is one of the few days of the year when us Americans put aside our differences and enjoy just being Americans. BBQ, fireworks and American flags are some of the ways we Americans celebrate our countries independence on the Fourth of July. But the Fourth of July is not just a celebration of independence; it is a day of unity among […]

todayJune 30, 2016 12


Cape’s Dam Sparks Controversy Among Opposing Groups in San Marcos

By Clayton Kelley Assistant News Director Tensions are running high between residents of San Marcos regarding City Council’s agreement to remove Cape’s Dam. The idea to dismantle Cape's Dam has been in the works for years and was approved by City Council on March 15. According to the city, the removal will be covered by U.S. Fish and Wildlife, making it free of charge for residents. Dianne Wassenich, program manager […]

todayJune 14, 2016 8


Endangered Species of San Marcos

Carlos Marquez Senior News Reporter There are seven endangered species that inhabit the Edwards Aquifer as well as a species that is threatened. The Texas Blind Salamander, Texas Wild Rice and the Comal Springs Riffle Beetle are all among the endangered species. The San Marcos Salamander however, is the lone threatened species in the Edwards Aquifer system. Two organizations that work to preserve endangered species in the San Marcos area […]

todayFebruary 2, 2016 59


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 2

In the Public Interest

Flooding in San Marcos

Last Thursday, many students woke up to emergency alerts about flash flood warnings in San Marcos. Over night, the city of San Marcos received over nine inches of rain leaving Sewell Park and Aquarena Springs flooded. Although Texas State classes weren’t cancelled, some professors cancelled class on their own and all of San Marcos Consolidated ISD campuses were closed. Jason Gossett, Assistant Superintendent of Business and Support Services for San […]

todayNovember 6, 2013 57

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