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Opinion: It’s Time to Discuss Critical Race Theory in Classrooms

By Lea Mercado Web Content Assistant Manager During this year's legislative session, Gov. Greg Abbott signed HB 3979, which restricts how Texas educators can discuss current events or controversial elements of American history, especially those regarding race and oppression. Despite lacking mention of "Critical Race Theory," the bill symbolizes Abbott's efforts to "abolish Critical Race Theory in Texas." HB 3979 echoes similar legislation being pushed across the nation calling the public's attention to […]

todayJuly 19, 2021 2 2

image of The Silos at Magnolia Market

Entertainment

Visiting Magnolia Market 

By Autumn McGowanWeb Content Contributor After being a fan of Joanna and Chip Gaines for years, I finally decided to visit Magnolia Market at the Silos. Magnolia Market is in the heart of downtown Waco and occupies two city blocks. It opened originally in 2015 and expanded in 2020 to include retail stores and more. The space is beautiful with so much to see and can be a fun day […]

todayJuly 15, 2021 20

A sunset scene of orange and red, with different shades of green hills, a grey road with two vertical yellow lines running through the middle. A brown car is driving along on the right side of the road with a "Welcome to Texas" sign in front of it with the Texas flag on it. Words are on the hills in brown saying "History of the Hill Country."

Podcasts

History of the Hill Country: The End

By Calvin Miller Podcast Manager   In this last episode of History of the Hill Country, Calvin finishes his mini-series with some final thoughts on the Hill Country, the state of Texas and history of the area. Tune in! Featured Image by KTSW Multimedia

todayJuly 1, 2021 4

Sunset colors of orange and yellow, with surrounding light green and dark green hills, and a road with two yellow lines. Then a brown car on the right side of the road with a Welcome to Texas sign in front of the car. In the sky it says in brown letters "History of the Hill Country."

Podcasts

History of the Hill Country Ep.9: Fredericksburg Part II

By Calvin Miller Podcast Manager In this episode, Calvin concludes the History of Fredericksburg as he talks about the town rejoining the rest of society after their self-imposed isolation following the Civil War. Fredericksburg is now a hot spot for tourism when people visit Texas and with all the things to do there, it's no wonder why, tune in! Featured Image by KTSW Multimedia

todayJune 25, 2021 41

Podcasts

History of the Hill Country Ep. 8: Fredericksburg

By Calvin MillerPodcast Manager In this episode of History of the Hill Country, I will be exploring the rich history of Fredericksburg, Texas. Originally, the Comanches had settled into this area, but as settlers began moving further and further west into Texas, this pristine area was eventually uncovered. After a small group surveyed the land, the word was sent out and hundreds of settlers began arriving into the area, mainly of […]

todayMay 2, 2021 10

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Podcasts

History of the Hill Country Ep. 2: The Towns

By Calvin MillerPodcast Manager In this episode, Calvin continues his journey through the Hill Country area as he begins talking about San Marcos, then New Braunfels, followed by Canyon Lake and eventually Wimberley. Featured image by KTSW Multimedia.

todayFebruary 14, 2021 7

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Podcasts

History of the Hill Country Ep. 1: Introducing the Hill Country

By Calvin MillerPodcast Manager In this new podcast, Calvin Miller begins talking about the geographical area in Texas called the Hill Country. This is episode one of a series that will take its listeners throughout the Hill Country region introducing towns, cities, sites to check out and hopefully providing some insight into a very interesting and beautiful area of Texas. Featured image by KTSW Multimedia.

todayFebruary 8, 2021 15 2

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Lifestyle

Clean New World: Keeping Safe Under Less Restrictions

By Ashton HermanWeb Content Contributor Finally, after roughly two months of thumb-twiddling in isolation, Texas has decided to lift its lockdown. For those that loathed or began to loathe the dwellings of their home, this piece of news is a godsend. However, the threat of COVID-19 still looms over us, so acting careless under such conditions is practically begging to be infected. Time stuck in quarantine can get... intriguingly boring. […]

todayMay 18, 2020 5

News

Release of Inmates Raises Safety Concerns

By Tiger ShiJunior News Reporter SAN MARCOS, Texas – States across the country faced the challenging decision of releasing prisoners from behind bars to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. While some states had already released prisoners, Texas remained hesitant. According to KGBT-TV, state prisons in Texas have stopped taking in inmates that could possibly put a strain on jails. The feeling of staying safe looms large amongst Texas […]

todayApril 23, 2020

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