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Several Central Texas cities announced water restrictions, San Marcos conditions may worsen

By Preethi Mangadu Chief Editor of News   Many cities in Central Texas have announced new water restrictions due to the Texas drought. Though San Marcos has water restrictions, issued April 04, 2022, there is a chance of restrictions increasing.    Austin, Round Rock, Hutto, Buda, Kyle, and Georgetown all have new water restrictions that affect residential areas, commercial businesses, industrial properties, public schools, and more communities. The restrictions range […]

todayAugust 5, 2022 207 2

This image is of Councilman Baker sitting in a massage studio.

Interview

Interview with San Marcos City Councilman Maxfield Baker

http://https://soundcloud.com/ktswnews/interview-with-councilman-baker By Jordan Young Web Content Director In the inaugural episode of the KTSW's news department interview podcast; Web Content Director Jordan Young spoke with San Marcos city council member for place 1, Maxfield Baker. We discussed the #Protecttheriver movement, the backstory on the newly approved film studio, and more. Featured Image by KTSW News

todayJune 27, 2022 981 4

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Interviews

San Marcos Sounds: The Beatnik Bandits

By Christian Villarreal Assistant Music Director https://soundcloud.com/ktsw89_9/san-marcos-sounds-the-beatnik-bandits?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing In this episode of San Marcos Sounds, Christian interviews the Beatnik Bandits at SXSW 2022. They talk about the band’s history, their experiences playing at the festival and the influences of their new album. Featured Image by KTSW Multimedia

todayApril 14, 2022 52

This is the San Marcos City Hall in the middle of Downtown San Marcos Square.

Lifestyle

Exploring The Historic Downtown San Marcos

By Jemia Spence Web Content Contributor Downtown San Marcos, also known as The Square, must be one of the things that I love most about going to school here. It’s filled with locally-owned restaurants, bistros, nightspots, and unique clothing stores, it has a bit of everything. If you love vintage things, like me, the square has cute stores, and you can shop for tons of handmade pieces and cute gifts. […]

todayApril 2, 2022 881

The Texas State Women's basketball team is in a huddle.

Basketball

Bobcats Lose Back-to-Back to UTA

By Johnpaul Ekpe Sports Reporter Texas State women’s basketball (8-11 overall, 3-4 Sun Belt) dropped consecutive games to the University of Texas at Arlington Mavericks (11-5 overall, 5-2 Sun Belt) after losing 72-65 Saturday afternoon. A game that was close at the half suddenly got out-of-hand for the Bobcats when UTA went on a 21-9 run during the third quarter, turning a 30-28 deficit at halftime to a 49-39 lead […]

todayJanuary 25, 2022 36 6 2

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Web Content

The Sights & Sounds of Christmas

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor The holiday spirit has been brought to life in San Marcos with the annual Sights & Sounds of Christmas Festival. After a year of not being held due to the pandemic, Sights & Sounds took place on Dec. 2-4 and will again on Dec. 9-11 from 5:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m in the San Marcos City Park. The festival was founded in 1987 by […]

todayDecember 8, 2021 106 5

Texas State volleyball players celebrate during the game versus Texas A&M

Sports

Texas State Volleyball Looks to Have Four Consecutive Titles in the Sun Belt Tournament

By Carter Bordwell Sports Reporter The Texas State volleyball team (18-11, 14-2) looks to add a fourth consecutive Sun Belt Conference tournament title on Friday, Nov. 19. The Bobcats are looking to become the first program in 32 years to win four consecutive Sun Belt tournament titles. Texas State comes into the tournament as the winner of the west after a 14-2 record in conference play. The Bobcats will play […]

todayNovember 19, 2021 64 2

A Band playing at studio San Martian on 9/11 with a sign on the back wall saying "san martian"

News

San Marcos Becomes a Music Friendly Community

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributer The Texas Music Office (TMO) designated San Marcos as a Music Friendly Community at the Music on the Square event on Thursday. Gov. Greg Abbott announced that San Marcos is a Music Friendly Community on Tuesday, October 5, 2021. TMO Community Relations and Outreach Specialist Chip Adams presented the certification to City Councilwoman and Mayor Pro Tem Melissa Derrick at Music on the Square […]

todayOctober 10, 2021 97 2

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News

A Need for More Native Greenery

By Jordan Young News Reporter Texas State and San Marcos have beautiful nature surrounding them for the community and tourists to enjoy. From Sewell Park to Purgatory creek, San Marcos has something for everyone to enjoy outdoors. Therefore, as a community protecting these outdoor areas and the wildlife that inhabits them is imperative. Texas State is embarking on many construction projects across campus, analogous to the construction projects across Texas due […]

todayOctober 8, 2021 42 4

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