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The public is invited to a special edition of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Museum’s annual Fall Lecture with a debate on voting rights on Wednesday, Oct. 24, by the LBJ

SEATTLE (AP) — Authorities in Seattle temporarily closed a street after motorists were stunned by dozens of large metal balls that spilled out of a truck and cascaded down the

The public is invited to Farmer Fred’s Carnival on Friday, Oct. 26 from 6-9 p.m. at City Park, 170 Charles Austin Drive. This community tradition is free to the public

Volunteers Madison Teague and Chris MacDonald hold dogs Rachel and Skye, a mother and son duo who are up for adoption through

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Photo by Gerald Castillo

When the clock hit zeroes, Texas State’s celebration was on. 

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Sunday will be bittersweet for Texas State’s two seniors Kelly Barbalias and Jamie Brown. 

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Texas State couldn’t complete a fourth-quarter comeback Saturday night against Louisiana-Monroe.

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Texas State avoided a scare Friday night when junior forward Kaylee Davis scored on a penalty kick to even the match late in regulation against Geo

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Hotel Limpia in Fort Bend, Texas offers sightings of avian rarities like this band-tailed pigeon couple. Photo by Becky Matsubara/Flickr

“The Fall nights are growing cooler here in the Davis Mountains.

The choir of the First Baptist Church in 1918 stand with Reverend B. F. Parks on the porch of the church. Texas State University English Professor and President of the Calaboose African American Museum Dr. Elvin Holt will give a presentation about the African-American men and women that contributed to the musical legacy of the Dunbar neighborhood at “Making a Joyful Noise in the Dunbar Neighborhood: 1918-2018” on Thursday, Nov. 1 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the San Marcos Public Library. Photos courtesy of Dr. Elvin Holt

For more than 100 years, African Americans in the Dunbar neighborhood have nurtured a remarkable legacy of both sacred and secular music. The roots of this rich musical tradition can

A while back we talked about the large and growing floating island of plastic in the ocean and compared it in size to the state of Texas. Thus we were

San Marcos Public Library 625 E. Hopkins St. 512-393-8200 Q. I am trying to search for a term online and I’m not getting anything. I think I must be spelling

Obits

Services for Brian Garrison Smith, 30, will be held at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 24, 2018, at the First Baptist Church with Pastor Ed Dittfurth

Dusty Young

Dusty Young, a resident of Austin, died in mid-September at the age of 37. She was born Sept. 23, 1980 in San Marcos. Proclaimed a “rock star” by her employer,

James Nichol Jack, age 80 of Dripping Springs, TX passed away Oct. 13, 2018. Cremation arrangements under the direction of Legends Funeral Home.

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The following article is part four of a five-week series focusing on raising awareness about domestic violence. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and we hope to educate our community

Dear Editor, Our democracy survived recently (Kavanaugh vs. Ford) perennially yet now vigorously surrounded by socialism or worse. We finally, decided, in close to a dead heat, that due process

Editor, We can talk all day to candidates at meet and greet forums and debates. You can have all the political signs in your yards but at the voting booth