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KTSW Loves: Daughter of the Wild

By Ariana Mendoza Community Outreach Coordinator During the month of February, I got the chance to interview Daughter of the Wild (DOTW) for KTSW Loves. DOTW is 10 years old this year and has already been nominated for three awards. Nikkye Re’Anne, the owner, describes her business as, “A nexus of many of my interests ranging from plants, geology, jewelry making, vintage & antique + some.” She first started this […]

todayMarch 28, 2023 54 2

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Weekly News Update: March 19, 2023—March 25, 2023

By Preethi Mangadu  News & Culture Director Renegotiations begin for the San Marcos Police Meet and Confer Contract   The San Marcos Meet and Confer renegotiation meetings continued Thursday to discuss issues for the upcoming meetings. Before the meeting, Mano Amiga Safety and Caldwell/Hays Examiner spoke about one of the Hartman Reforms and more.   Issues were related to the wages, hours of employment and other terms and conditions of […]

todayMarch 28, 2023 15

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Parts of TXST San Marcos Campus under Boil Water Notice

By Preethi Mangadu News & Culture Director A Boil Water Notice was issued for parts of the Texas State University San Marcos campus this morning in a precautionary fashion. The buildings affected are the Nelson Wing of the Agriculture Building, Colorado, Music, Pecos, Pedernales, Sabinal and Trinity. Individuals in these buildings must "boil their water prior to consumption" which includes washing hands and face, drinking and more. This is because […]

todayMarch 24, 2023 43

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A Week in San Marcos

By Tara Davis Music Journalist Have you ever found yourself sitting around with friends wanting to do something but asking each other what is there to do? That’s the good thing about living in San Marcos: an event is constantly going on within a ten-minute drive. Whether it’s a Tuesday or Saturday night, there is bound to be an event that will get you out of the house and on […]

todayFebruary 21, 2023 36

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Using Local Music to Expand Your Space

By Harriet Bernard Local Music Journalist Finding a space where you feel included and motivated to explore an unfamiliar place is important for college students. Whether you moved from 1,000 miles or just 10 minutes away to your school, everyone deserves to find their community. After coming to Texas State and living in San Marcos, I found that local music has given me some of the most exciting opportunities to […]

todayJanuary 29, 2023 108 8


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 198 14 2

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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 43 1

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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 18

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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, […]

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