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SMCISD Trustees approve raise for teachers and employee retention stipend

During their regular board meeting May 16, SMCISD’s Board of Trustees voted to approve a 3% raise for teachers and…

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TSUS Regents approve new master’s degree in long term care administration at Texas State

The Texas State University System Board of Regents has authorized Texas State University to offer a new Master of Science…

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Hays County Sheriff & SMPD arrest blotter for week of May 16

Emergencies and crime happen every single day of the year. Many crimes go unreported either by the victims or law…

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As gas prices hit record highs, analysts say summer energy costs will be no better

“The combination of much higher natural gas prices – 50% higher than last year, and increased electricity demand, along with…

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U.S. sees record number of illegal border encounters in April

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square More than 234,000 people entering the U.S. illegally were apprehended in April, U.S.…

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Poll shows astounding ignorance on Texas property taxes

Dallas Morning News poll asked Texans: “Who do you believe is responsible for high property taxes in Texas?” The answers…

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Texas unemployment rate declines to 4.3 percent in April, state experiences sixth straight month of record employment

Texas added 62,800 total nonagricultural jobs in April 2022. For the sixth consecutive month, the state...

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Groundwater Stakeholder Implementation Committee begins process of finding solutions

Whispering Hollow Subdivision residents who chose to participate as part of a Groundwater Stakeholder Implementation Committee (GSIC) met for the…

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Border observers: Illegal immigration surge helped fuel U.S. drug overdose spike

Newly released data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed a significant rise in drug overdoses last…

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Weekly meeting agendas for Buda, Dripping Springs and Kyle Planning & Zoning Commissions and Dripping Springs City Council

Important decisions on rules, laws, ordinances, codes, annual budget, and a large portion of our taxes are decided at the…

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