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Another Wimberley resident is detained by ICE

A Wimberley resident remains in Pearsal after being detained by immigration officials. This is the second local instance of its kind in 2018. Maria Maribel Garcia, a resident...

San Marcos begins Blanco River flood control designs

The city of San Marcos recently received a $34 million allocation fund from the U.S. Housing Urban Development Disaster Recovery to begin infrastructure repairs...
More businesses join Springtown Mall restoration

More businesses join Springtown Mall restoration

Springtown Mall, a vacant shopping complex has undergone restoration since 2014. While some shops still remain vacant, restaurants and businesses are beginning to populate...

Bert Lumbreras named as finalist for city manager, after six-month vacancy

San Marcos City Council named Bert Lumbreras as the city’s new city manager finalist July 17. Bert Lumbreras has 35 years of local government experience....
Alana Zamora (left), public relations senior, helps Bruce and Claire Barnes apply for college Nov. 4 at the San Marcos Public Library.

Organization offers free college preparation to community

The San Marcos Public Library has partnered with Texas State to deliver a free community program to help anyone seeking to pursue a degree...
A student uses a self-serve kiosk in Jones Dining Hall Jan. 23.

Jones’ self-serve kiosks dish out controversy

Jones Dining Hall's new cashless kiosks have sparked concerns over the efficiency of the initiative and whether student employees' jobs will be at risk. Chartwells,...
Student Government holds first spring meeting

Student Government holds first spring meeting

Student Government kicked off its spring legislative session on Monday by reading two pieces aimed at saving students time and money. The two pieces, the...
Students give their comments in front of a full audience during a public forum

Students attend Student Government public forum to speak to president

On Feb. 5, at approximately 5:45 p.m., the march organized by the Pan-African Action Committee to impeach student body President Connor Clegg, departed from...
Dark clouds loomed over Blanco River Aug. 25 as Hurricane Harvey struck the Texas coast.

Politicians discuss climate change through the lens of Harvey

After the devastation of Hurricane Harvey that surged through Houston, politicians were forced to grapple with the question of what this storm, the first...
Professional staff listening to students requests given at protest.

Months following arrests, students await court date

In the aftermath of the spring student sit-in arrests, four students await court dates as local law enforcement builds cases. The arrests of Journey Carnahan,...