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JeriLynn Thorpe

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SMTX THE BUS rolls out as a new and improved transit...

CARTS, the public transit system, has rebranded its service in San Marcos as THE BUS. In partnership with THE BUS, the city of San...

Controversial Confederate marker moved without a sound

The highly debated highway marker honoring Confederate President Jefferson Davis was silently relocated off campus Sept. 30. The removal comes after a year of public...

Controversial Confederate marker moved without a sound

The highly debated highway marker honoring Confederate President Jefferson Davis was silently relocated off campus Sept. 30. The removal comes after a year of public...

Texas State makes donation record

In 1,899 minutes, Texas State received the largest donation sum in its history after students, faculty and alumni came together for a day of...

Texas State makes donation record

In 1,899 minutes, Texas State received the largest donation sum in its history after students, faculty and alumni came together for a day of...

Kratom users outraged

The chemicals found in Kratom, a plant from Southeast Asia, will soon be classified as Schedule I substances and effectively illegal on Sept. 30. The...

San Marcos Pride will be louder and prouder than ever before

After the tragic event of the Pulse nightclub shooting, San Marcos will celebrate Pride with the LGBTQIA community from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m....

Four Austin juveniles are suspects in San Marcos car theft

The San Marcos Police Department responded to a call involving a stolen vehicle on Tuesday morning which led to a collision and a highway...

Sober roommate matching site is a first of its kind

The new website, MySoberRoomate.com, launched this summer to help match people in drug and alcohol recovery or people choosing to live sober, with a...

SMFD invites the city to commemorate 9-11

The San Marcos Fire Department will host a 9-11 remembrance ceremony on Sunday, September 11 at the San Marcos City Hall. Marking the 15th anniversary...