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JeriLynn Thorpe

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The eclectic Tex-Mex restaurant Chuy’s is coming to town

The Austin-born Tex-Mex restaurant, Chuy’s, is coming to San Marcos later this summer. Chuy’s opened in 1982 in an abandoned Texas Barbecue venue in Austin,...

Hays County invites communities to take a stand against crime

Hays County will be taking part in the National Night Out Against Crime day on October 4, along with more communities in Texas. National Night...

San Marcos Farmers Market provides all things fresh, homegrown and homemade

The San Marcos Farmers Market is a grass root association, created by and for the community. Every Tuesday and Saturday, local business owners and farmers...

Fire erupts at Autumn Chase Town Homes

San Marcos Fire Department responded to a call at Autumn Chase Town Homes off Aquarena Springs Drive at roughly 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The resident who occupies...

Black Lives Matter marches through San Marcos for peace

The Black Lives Matter organization in San Marcos invited the community to march for unity and justice Sunday evening. The event brought together hundreds...

San Marcos residents strategize how to allocate multi-million dollar grant

The city of San Marcos held its third Flood Recovery Town Hall Meeting, inviting the community to share flood-related needs in order to submit...

Limited shuttle hours during summer causes concern for students

With summer in full swing, many students have had to change the way they commute to class. The Bobcat Shuttle, a bus system operated for...

San Marcos ranked one of the best cities in America for...

San Marcos has another title to adorn. Online travel magazine has named the city one of “America's Best Places to Live." The magazine touched on the...

USA Today ranks San Marcos River second-best tubing spot in the...

The San Marcos River is getting national attention with its near crystal clear waters and a year-round 72 degree temperature, providing locals and university...