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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 59 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 29 4

San Marcos High School football player wearing a black shirt and purple helmet flexing his muscles in front of Westlake's red and silver football stadium.

Football - San Marcos High School

Rattlers Look to Bounce Back Against Rival Hays

By Jacob Aromy Sports Reporter Clemson University commit and Westlake High School quarterback Cade Klubnik had his most efficient game of the season in Westlake’s 56-0 Friday home win over the San Marcos Rattlers. The 6-foot-2 quarterback accomplished a season-high quarterback rating (146.2) and scored five touchdowns, two being from the ground. Rattler quarterback Isaiah DeLeon was held to 14 yards. He attempted six total passes in the game, completing […]

todayOctober 8, 2021 20 5

Two women dressed as mermaids, one in mostly purple and the other in blue, smile and wave at the parade-goers.

Local

The 5th Annual Mermaid Promenade and Faire

By Autumn McGowan Web Content Contributor On Saturday, September 25th, San Marcos celebrated its 5th annual Mermaid Capital of Texas Festival downtown, including the Mermaid Promenade and Downtown Street Faire. The event was hosted by The Mermaid Society of San Marcos, whose goal is to use the symbol of the mermaid and San Marcos's rich history to raise environmental awareness and support for San Marcos' beautiful river and natural resources. […]

todaySeptember 29, 2021 34 2 3

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Interviews

Carpet Burn on Their Sound, San Marcos & What’s Next for the Band

By Marcus Brooks Music Journalist Carpet Burn has been a bright spot in the San Marcos music scene since they first formed back in 2019, but now they’re all graduated from Texas State and on the verge of a big move. I sat down with Evan Hays (vocals, lead guitar), Willa Fossum (vocals, rhythm guitar), Jackson Cosgrove (bass), and Christian Haddad (drums) over Zoom and picked their brains on all […]

todaySeptember 23, 2021 79 1

Isaiah Deleon hands the ball off to Jadyn Brown in pregame warmups ahead of the game with East Central.

Football - San Marcos High School

Jadyn Brown Shines in Rattler Football Home Opener

By Gage Sutton Sports Reporter The San Marcos Rattlers came into Friday night’s matchup against East Central with a flurry of injuries to key players. The rattlers were however able to overcome these injury woes and defeat the hornets 28-16 and now improve to 1-2 on the season. The Rattlers Offense started the first quarter with some sloppy plays, including a safety to put the Hornets up 2-0 early. Along […]

todaySeptember 14, 2021 17 5

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Podcasts

Calvinomics: Episode 39

By Calvin MillerPodcast Manager https://soundcloud.com/ktsw89_9/the-housing-boom In this episode of Calvinomics, Calvin dives into the current housing boom and some issues wrapped up around what is going on. For example, in Austin, in the last year alone, the average price of a home has gone up $110,000. How is this sustainable? Will it end? What's the cause? Calvin goes a bit further into possible causes and issues with a housing market seemingly […]

todayJuly 26, 2021 2

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Podcasts

Calvinomics: Episode 38

By Calvin MillerPodcast Manager https://soundcloud.com/ktsw89_9/calvinomics-episode-38 In this episode, Calvin dives into the national debt which is currently heading towards the 29 trillion dollar mark. However, the United States actually owes way more than 29 trillion and actually still needs to deliver up to 148 trillion dollars in promises sometime in the future. What happened? How did the debt get so high and what does that mean for us? Tune in to […]

todayJuly 19, 2021

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Web Content

Top 5 Summer Spots in San Marcos

By Katie KrupinskiCommunity Outreach Coordinator  With being located within the Texas Hill Country, San Marcos is a prime spot to spend the summer in. If you’re staying in San Marcos this summer, here are some of my favorite recommendations: Summer in the Park Summer in the Park is a family friendly music concert that features Texas musicians. Residents and visitors are welcome to bring a cooler, blankets, and a lawn […]

todayJuly 16, 2021 1 1

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