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Katie Burrell

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Four last minute plans for July Fourth

For Bobcats taking summer classes, making it home for Independence Day proved unsuccessful. Fortunately, San Marcos is a great place to celebrate freedom. Read...

The San Marcos Athletic Club recognized as business of the month

The San Marcos Athletic Club was announced July downtown business of the month by the Main Street Program on Friday at 11 a.m. and...

Five things to do this summer

The first official day of the summer season kicks off June 21. Residents can experience various adventures around the city during this time. Glow...

Father-daughter team win film race

Local filmmakers and movie enthusiasts huddled around picnic tables, beer and nachos at Buzzmill San Marcos on May 18, to kick off their 72-hour...

The San Marcos 10 talk protests

Members of the San Marcos 10 returned to the community for a heated panel discussion on protests and free speech. The group recalled the...

SMCISD celebrates Cinco de Mayo through charity

  A local business owner, active community member and family man is celebrating Cinco de Mayo with the children of the San Marcos Consolidated Independent...

Taylor family files lawsuit

The family of late student Jordin Taylor has filed a lawsuit against 14 defendants for $10 million. The legal proceedings come in response to...

University increases lighting and police presence on campus

The Texas State administration allocated over $3 million to improve safety conditions on campus. The initiative started this semester and will continue over the...

Vandalism runs rampant in Jowers

Texas State Jowers Center has experienced an increasing number of vandalisms throughout the past two academic years. The building—located on the banks of the river...

Offensive content toward Texas State student displayed on social media

Warning: This post contains racially charged images Texas State University is investigating an incident involving an offensive image and vulgar language directed at a Texas...