Birds-eye view of students near the LBJ student center. Photo by Nathalie Cohetero

Daily News Recap (6-29-30)

by Matthew Hamill KTSW News Hays County is issuing marriage applications and licenses to anyone who applies, including same sex applicants, according to Hays County Clerk Liz Gonzales. Currently the marriage forms in Hays county are not specifically gender neutral, however the clerk’s office is contacting a vendor to order new forms. The Clerk’s office…

Wal-Mart

Hoax Bomb Threat in San Marcos

Taylor Zavala News Director This morning at approximately 5:20a.m. San Marcos Police Officers were called to the Walmart at 1015 SH-80 after a naked man was discovered unconscious in the store’s restroom. The man has been identified as John Charles Wilsford, (DOB 12/30/1984). When officers arrived, Wilsford was outside Walmart fully clothed and indicated to officers…

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Local Church Offers Volunteer Opportunities

Carlos Marquez News Reporter The First United Methodist Church has assigned groups of 10-15 volunteers to reconstruct houses and make them safe and sanitary for those affected by the floods. The church was able to mobilize one thousand volunteers the following week of the Memorial Day Floods but has now recruited over three thousand volunteers.…

Stallions Statue. Photo by Nathalie Cohetero

Daily News Recap (6-26-15)

by Kassandra Garza KTSW News According to New York times, New York prison escapee Richard Matt has been shot and killed near lake Titus in New York just a few hours ago. David Sweat is being chased by law enforcement teams. At least 37 people were killed at a beachfront Tunisian hotel today in the city…

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There’s a New Show in Town

Brittany Green Assistant News Director One of broadway’s most classic musicals has made its way to San Marcos. 42nd Street  is the story of a small town girl named Peggy Sawyer that arrives in New York City with the dream of being on Broadway. The talented performer gets a spot as a chorus girl in…