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5 Ways to Stay Fit and Healthy During the School Year

By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager Since this semester began, I have set the goal of living a healthier and happier college life. College can be hard when it comes to staying healthy due to minimal healthy food options and busy schedules. That is why I have found that if I set myself a goal of how I want to feel or look for myself, I will more likely stick […]

todayNovember 8, 2019 18

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“Lawn Culture” and You

By Brandi MitchellWeb Content Contributor It’s green. It’s beautiful. It’s evenly cut and generously watered. It’s landscaped to perfection, gleaming like a gem in your suburban neighborhood as a beacon to all who gaze upon it that you have the lawn of all lawns. You are the lawn queen, the lawn king and you take pride in your meticulously manicured stretch of land that subtly represents all that you desire […]

todayOctober 5, 2019 12

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Water: The Liquid Magic

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor Not drinking enough water can do harm to your overall health. If you realize you have bad acne or are constantly getting headaches it may be because you are not drinking enough water. Although drinking eight glasses of water is recommended, drinking even a little bit more than you usually do can help your health anyway. If you notice you face has been sprinkled […]

todayNovember 17, 2016 8


Porches: Pool Review

By Dallas Williams Music Reviewer Artist: Porches Album: Pool Label: Domino Records Release: February 5, 2016 Website: http://porchesmusic.com/ Porches, the moniker of musician Aaron Maine has just released his latest effort Pool. Much like the name would suggest, the album is overflowing with references to water. While water is a recurrent theme, the prevailing theme is life in your mid-twenties and early adulthood. On this record we find Maine exploring […]

todayMarch 11, 2016 23


Question of the Day: 01/20/16

News Department    Currently the Mayor of Flint, Michigan is receiving attention after switching the water source for the town. In Spring of 2013, the state voted to switch Flint’s water source from Lake Huron to the Flint River in order to make budget cuts. Immediately residents began to complain of the taste, color, and smell of the new water. Tests then proved the water to be highly corrosive with […]

todayJanuary 21, 2016 33

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Fluoride Removal from City Water Will Begin Tomorrow

Taylor Zavala News Director The addition of Fluoride to San Marcos drinking water is expected to stop tomorrow. The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA), will end the practice of adding fluoride to the City of San Marcos Water Treatment Plant, where fluoride levels are expected to drop to natural levels within the next few days. The elimination of added fluoride to the San Marcos water is a result of the approval […]

todayNovember 11, 2015 9


Water Firm Granted Permit to Pump from Trinity Aquifer

Kasandra Garza News Reporter Electro purification (EP) has been granted a temporary permit allowing the company to pump 100 ft/acres a day from the Trinity aquifer. EP has been a controversial topic among San Marcos City Council and the Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer conservation district. EP is a Houston-based private water firm that planned to originally pump more than 5 million gallons of water a day earlier this year to meet […]

todayOctober 22, 2015 23


New Deposits in San Marcos River Affecting Edwards Aquifer

Carlos Marquez News Reporter Following the Memorial Day flooding, The San Marcos River and surrounding water habitat are continuing to be affected by the natural disaster. The Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan has been monitoring the river, and have found several factors affecting the habitat. The San Marcos River was also affected by large debris flowing through the rivers, including sedimentary deposits and contaminants. The Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan […]

todayOctober 14, 2015 12


In the Public Interest

Central Texas Water Culture

(Originally aired in June) This In the Public Interest takes a look at the Central Texas Water Culture that exists in Hays County and throughout the Central Area. Hosted by Matthew Hamill and Taylor Zavala, we bring you stories that specialize in information detailing the impacts following the Memorial Weekend Flooding to the Central Texas rivers and how these coincide with your summer in Hays County. Leighanne Coleman focuses on the […]

todayJune 22, 2015 38

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