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SMCISD Board of Trustees forms committee to review teacher evaluation process

Members of the San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees voted to form a committee tasked with assessing the current system used...

City officials offer $5,000 incentive loan to Texas State faculty

City officials are offering a residency incentive program to Texas State educators who haven’t owned a home in San Marcos during the past three...

Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority officials purchased vintage river water rights

Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority officials approved the purchase of vintage San Marcos River water rights, providing the company with senior water rights in the city. The...

Local law enforcement prepares for statewide warrant round up

San Marcos Police Department and the City Marshal’s Office will join 300 law enforcement agencies across Texas for the 2016 Great Texas Warrant Roundup. The...

Congressional runner Tom Wakely fires up College Democrats

Climate change, minimum wage and controversies surrounding corporate funding of campaigns were discussed Wednesday at the Texas State College Democrats meeting with a Texas...

Proposed LBJSC fee increase to fund expansion due to overcrowding

Students can vote Feb. 22-25 on the proposed increase to the LBJ Student Center fee in the Student Government elections. The student body will decide...

Student Government to review university mission statement

Lisa Garza, director of University Planning and Assessment, spoke with Student Government Monday evening about revising the university’s mission statement by March 11. Garza, who...

Family Campaign fund kicks off to aid student scholarships

Texas State will kick off its annual Family Campaign scholarship project Feb. 29, for which faculty and staff are encouraged to donate. The fundraising initiative...

Parking resolution passes in Student Government, despite opposition

A resolution to reduce parking violation fees and allocate additional parking spaces for residents was passed by Student Government 17-10, despite a senator’s attempt...

Texas State research opportunities discussed at Greater San Marcos Innovation Summit

A steady bustle of conversation and laughter was heard Thursday at Embassy Suites San Marcos Hotel, Spa and Conference Center as entrepreneurs, presidents and...