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Letter To The Editor: Monuments And Anarchists

The movement to do so is not “homegrown”, as you know if you have researched the socialist tour supporting Black…

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Attorney Sends Mayor Letter Questioning The Legality Of Marquez Living Out Of State And Recent Vote On Cite & Release

"A member of the city council, she cannot do so even during a pandemic. If Ms. Marquez continues to sit…

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Op-Ed: Cite & Release From A Political Science Perspective

A pluralist society relies on a diversity of interests to help formulate public policy. A pluralist believes that it is…

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Hays County Ranks Second Fastest-Growing County This Decade

“One interesting trend we have seen this decade is widespread population decline among smaller counties, while larger counties tended to…

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Updated Coronavirus Texas Totals, Information For March 18

Staff State and federal officials are working to keep residents informed as they continue working to protect Americans from Coronavirus.…

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San Marcos City Council Member Resigns

The City is coordinating details to fill the vacancy resulting from the resignation and will provide election information once it…

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Standoff At Kyle Walmart Ends With One Suspect In Custody

The Kyle Police Department responded to a domestic disturbance situation near the gas pumps at the Walmart parking lot Saturday…

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Hays County Primary Election Early Voting, Polling Day Locations, Sample Ballots

According to dictionary.com, the definition of Perpetual is the lasting an indefinitely long time and continuing or continued without intermission or…

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#Whistleblower: City Staffer Files Anonymous Letter With City Clerk Regarding Staff Morale, Other Bombshells

Rodney Cobb, former Director of Community Services, retired from the city in February 2019 and in November was named President…

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San Marcos Ethics Commission Delivers Decision On Complaint  Against City Council Member

The complainant alleges the content of the tweet opens the city to a lawsuit, especially from an applicant “fitting the…

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