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San Marcos Speaks: Favorite Musicians

By Andrea Moor Music Journalist Since moving out to San Marcos, I’ve quickly become acclimated to the ever-growing beauty and significance this town holds. With the vast diversity of the student populous to the established families with generations living in this town, I decided to go around asking people about their favorite musicians, hoping to see if there was any correlation or mass breakthrough in music taste.   First, I […]

todayNovember 14, 2022 149 5

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The Importance of Local Record Shops

Christina Sims Music Journalist   Now that we’re finally seeing the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic, reflecting upon how much our world has changed since then is possible; the very way we interact with the world has changed, an example being an ever-growing need for immediate accessibility, causing services such as Amazon Prime to produce insane gains in business (read about it here). Musically, tangibles like CDs and MP3s […]

todayNovember 2, 2022 29 1

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Bobcat Radio

Bobcat Radio: Bobcat Volleyball Spooks off Arkansas State & Favorite Halloween Candy?

In this Halloween edition of Bobcat Radio, Colton Gibson , Justin Brown, and Ryan Liguez, discuss Bobcat Volleyball's successful weekend against the Red Wolves, Rattlers tough 38-10 loss against the New Braunfels Unicorns, Bobcat Football's matchup against ULM,  MLB World Series game three predictions, and the crew's Halloween costume/candy choice! Catch BCR every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, live on KTSW 89.9!

todayNovember 1, 2022 11

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Gas prices expected to rise soon in Texas

By: Emma Jones  News Reporter    Following a record-breaking decline in gas prices, experts say that gas prices are expected to continue to rise due to factors like Russia’s ongoing war on Ukraine and hurricane season.    Historically, gas prices tend to increase in the warmer months and decrease in the colder months, as people tend to take more vacations and go on more road trips during the summer. However, […]

todaySeptember 23, 2022 63


Texas State’s record-setting freshmen enrollment could be cause of housing shortage 

By: Emma Jones  News Reporter  Students are being housed at over 100% capacity due to Texas State’s record-setting freshmen enrollment this semester.    The university temporarily housed students off campus in a local hotel and filled dorm rooms over the usual occupancy limit. Likewise, Resident Assistants (RAs) are now assigned new residents as roommates in some dorm halls.    The Texas State Housing Policy requires all freshmen to live on […]

todaySeptember 6, 2022 130 3


Several commercial permits filed in Texas, aiding economic development in San Marcos

By Preethi Mangadu Chief Editor of News Under the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR), ten commercial projects have been filed in cities in central Texas. Out of the 10, four are located in San Marcos.    The projects are either new construction, renovations, or alterations that will progress economic development in the San Marcos community. Current information about project details is subject to change.    Tantra Brewhouse is […]

todaySeptember 2, 2022 78 6


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 308 3

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Interview with San Marcos City Councilman Maxfield Baker

http:// 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 1881 4

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San Marcos Sounds: The Beatnik Bandits

By Christian Villarreal Assistant Music Director 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

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