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Survivor of fatal car crash speaks out against former police officer

Pam Watts, the survivor of a fatal car crash caused by former San Marcos Police Officer Ryan Hartman, held a…

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San Marcos CISD votes to extend mask mandate

On Jan. 18, 2022, the San Marcos CISD School Board of Trustees voted on extending the mask mandate in their…

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Here’s how Texans can get free at-home COVID-19 tests and N95 masks from the federal government

By Allyson Waller For mental health support related to COVID-19, call the state’s 24/7 toll-free support line at 833-986-1919 or text…

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Gov. Greg Abbott taps into parent anger to fuel reelection campaign

By Brian Lopez Last week, Gov. Greg Abbott made a promise to Texas parents. In the midst of continuing Republican-led political…

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Hays CISD’s need for substitutes increases as Omicron hits local school district

The COVID-19 pandemic and emergence of the Omicron Variant has caused strain on teachers, students and administrators throughout the country.

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City of San Marcos announces Leadership Changes

Incoming Interim City Manager Stephanie Reyes is announcing leadership changes within the organization, which will take effect following City Manager…

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Wimberley city leaders break ground on Hospitality Center in the square

Wimberley city leaders celebrated the groundbreaking of the community’s first hospitality center near the town square on Wednesday, Jan. 19.

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Vote-by-mail rejections are testing integrity of Texas Republicans’ voting law

“I think all of us, including the secretary of state, are kind of in a perfect storm, if you will,…

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Women more likely than men to have no retirement savings

Brittany King Many adults approaching retirement age may not be financially prepared to retire: 49% of adults ages 55 to…

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Hays County loses nearly 800K in Emergency Rental Assistance due to poor program management

The Hays County COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) program has lost nearly $800K in federal grant funding due to not…

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