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Erik Kiluk

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Plans for new fields could increase opportunities for student recreation

Texas State officials plan to build additional fields to accommodate the growing population of students who want to use the facilities for recreational purposes,...

Conservation Crew works to restore and conserve native species in San...

The endangered Texas wild rice, native to the San Marcos River, is growing substantially thanks to efforts from the Conservation Crew and other organizations...

Horror film to be shot in San Marcos, cast local talent

Former city councilman Shane Scott is creating a horror film, Lilith, and plans to use San Marcos as the production’s spooky backdrop, which will...

Students join community in flood relief efforts

Locals have been working together to mitigate property loss and damage caused by the Oct. 30 flood, the second natural disaster to strike Hill...

Rash of burglaries consistent with recent trend

Student housing complexes across San Marcos have been the targets of a rash of burglaries since Halloween weekend. Byron Mobley, sergeant and supervisor of Property...

Emergency funds recipients increase as donations decrease

From time to time there are situations that put a severe financial burden on students working toward earning their degree—some of these individuals may...

Halloween crime persists despite weather

Halloween weekend was busier than predicted for local law enforcement, as alcohol-related crime coupled with storm related issues strained police resources. The combination of the...

City council election results move San Marcos in new direction

Newly elected Place 5 and 6 city council members Scott Gregson and Melissa Derrick shared their victory with a cheering crowd of student supporters,...

DWIs take spotlight as Halloween approaches

As Halloween weekend approaches, so does the typical spike in DWIs and other alcohol related crimes. Local police have begun preparing for the holiday. Otto Glenewinkel,...