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Other Side Drive Welcomes in Colleen Cook To Talk About the Annual Great Texas River Cleanup

By Matthew Harrington Other Side Drive Executive Producer It’s no secret that the San Marcos River is the city’s sparkling gem, but what some people don’t realize is that the river and it’s inhabitants are threatened by pollution caused by runoff. On March 4th, during the 32nd Annual Great Texas River Cleanup, hundreds of San Martians will be volunteering to clean up the river and several watersheds. Kimberly and Matthew […]

todayMarch 7, 2017 35


Community Members Take Action Against Float Fest’s Alleged River Abuse

By Clayton Kelley Assistant News Director UPDATED: 7/29/2016 With a record breaking attendance averaging over ten thousand people, Float Fest is becoming a trademark music festival for the city of San Marcos, causing some residents to become skeptical of the trash that is being left behind. Members of groups such as the Eyes of the San Marcos River are expressing their grievances towards this issue on social media, including the […]

todayJuly 27, 2016 531


San Maximum: Tubing the San Marcos River

By Austin Cowan Blog Content Contributor There is no better way to cool off on a hot summer day than floating down the San Marcos River. According to CNN, San Marcos, Texas is voted the fourth best river town in the nation. This is a believable statistic, because there is times where the San Marcos River appears to have more tubers floating in tubes than gallons of water in the […]

todayJuly 26, 2016 2901


San Maximum: Kayaking

By Austin Cowan Blog Content Contributor If a person desires to get the maximum San Marcos experience, than kayaking the river is a must. The water is crystal clear, and stays at a constant cool temperature year round. During the summer the river is flowing with tubers floating the river, snorkelers and families barbecuing their favorite choice of meat. With all the commotion going on at the river kayaking is the go to source […]

todayJune 29, 2016 19


Awareness Is Key To Protecting Rare Species In San Marcos River

By Jairo Devora News Reporter Originally published on March 31, 2016. The Texas Blind Salamander is native to our town of San Marcos, specifically to the San Marcos pool of the Edward’s Aquifer. It has adapted to living in water underground, has no eyes, little to no skin pigment and external gills to extract oxygen from the water. However, with the growing population of San Marcos and Hays County, Texas State University Professor and […]

todayJune 27, 2016 33

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In the Public Interest Covers Summer Health

Hosted by Conor Yarbrough and Matthew Harrington KTSW News To kick off summer, KTSW News’ In the Public Interest episode for the month of June is Summer Health. Conor Yarbrough and Matthew Harrington discuss the the recent unusual weather conditions San Marcos has witnessed. This episode features stories from Aaron Derton, Irene Casanova and Clayton Kelley. The Zika health scare and the potential birth defects it can have on pregnant women has become a nationwide […]

todayJune 24, 2016 59


Get Up and Get Out

By Asia Daggs Blog Content Contributor Originally published on March 28, 2016. Boredom: the state of being weary and restless through lack of interest. If we are doing the exact thing for too long, we become bored. The solution is too easy; we need to explore. Even if it means walking down the road to get some fresh air, we have to move around and partake in an activity. Austin has […]

todayJune 24, 2016 531


Humans of San Marcos: Lauren Kuyateh

By Asia Daggs Blog Content Contributor We all come from different cities, cultures, and just about anything else that can differ us from one another. We chose this university for many different reasons and Texas State unifies us all as one. Every single student makes an impact on our perception and adds to our identity as a whole. Nonetheless, we are our own great individuals and that is why I […]

todayApril 6, 2016 57


Gregson, Derrick Give Final Thoughts on 2015 Election

Kasandra Garza News Reporter Last night's election results revealed Scott Gregson won city council elections for place 5, while Melissa Derrick won for place 6. Both candidates held their watch parties together. Gregson described the win as a “resounding” one for both him and Melissa Derrick. “I’m hopeful the voters of San Marcos will ultimately be pleased with this election,” Gregson said. Gregson said over the past five years, San […]

todayNovember 3, 2015 27

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