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City of Kyle hosts Mary Kyle Hartson Park ribbon cutting & Santa’s arrival

The community is invited to join the City of Kyle for the Mary Kyle Hartson Park Ribbon Cutting and Santa's…

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Supply chain worries remain, but consumers slow to holiday shop

A new Oracle Retail survey shows that consumers have barely made a dent in their holiday shopping...

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Wondering who can get a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot and when? Here’s what Texans need to know.

The CDC has also made available a national vaccine finder, where people can locate available COVID-19 vaccines in their area...

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Top 10 most viewed bills by Congress for week of November 21

Some of the current bills being viewed by the public include legislation on COVID-19 support, vaccination mandates, and impeachment of…

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Texas encourages high school students to participate in CyberStart America talent search

Governor Greg Abbott today announced Texas high school students will have the opportunity to participate in CyberStart America...

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Samsung makes largest ever investment in Texas: $17 billion in new facility in Taylor

"With greater manufacturing capacity, we will be able to better serve the needs of our customers and contribute to the…

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Hays County 2020 Parks Bond project recommendations presented to Hays County Commissioners

On Tuesday, November 23, the Parks and Open Spaces Advisory Commission (POSAC), provided recommendations to the Hays County Commissioners Court…

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Black Friday I-35 weekend exit ramp closures planned near San Marcos Premium Outlets

The City of San Marcos will close two Interstate 35 exit ramps near the San Marcos Premium Outlets for traffic…

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Poll: Americans more concerned about economy, government than COVID

Meanwhile, concern about the economy is at the highest level since the pandemic began. Inflation and unemployment are leading...

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Far more jobs available than workers as millions resign

The monthly jobs report released last week reported 7.4 million Americans receiving unemployment benefits, much lower than the number of…

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