Local News for San Marcos, Texas

Council to pen George Floyd resolution07/07/2020

Council to pen George Floyd resolution

Daily Record file photo Stephanie GatesStaff Reporter@StephJGatessgates@sanmarcosrecord.comMonday, July 6, 2020 The San Marcos City Council will workshop a resolution originally written condemning the killing of George Floyd, while simultaneously expressing support of the San Marcos Police Department’s use of force policies. The resolution, written by Mayor Jane Hughson, will be reworked by all members of READ MORE.

Books Make Math Magic!

Event date: July 20, 2020 Event Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PMLocation: San Marcos, TX 78666Description:Students from Texas State University’s Teacher Education program will host a fun-filled morning of math and literacy. These future teachers will read a variety of children’s stories, and then explore math concepts related to the story with kids. Adult guests READ MORE.

Mihalkanin to file for re-election

Ed Mihalkanin announced his intention to file for re-election to San Marcos City Council Place 3 on Friday. Mihalkanin, an associate professor of political science at Texas State University, has been on the city council since 2016. He also spent two other stints on the San Marcos City Council from May … PLEASE LOG IN READ MORE.

KZSM – Thinking about the music

With the numbers of infections and hospitalizations continuing to climb in San Marcos and throughout the state, we at KZSM. org continue to keep you informed with our Monday and Friday noon news specials. We talk to experts and officials such as Dr. Lee Johansson, Chief Medical Officer at Christus … PLEASE LOG IN FOR READ MORE.

Council considering COVID-19 testing program

The San Marcos City Council is calling for public comment on a proposed testing program as part of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) 2019-2020 Action Plan. The proposal would use $105,530 of the newly issued $425,261 CDBG-Coronavirus Response Funds for the COVID-19 testing program. The public can comment during a virtual … PLEASE LOG READ MORE.
SMUUF donates to child protective board07/03/2020

SMUUF donates to child protective board

From left to right: Child Protective Board Founding Member Karen Brown, Child Protective Board Treasurer Mary Cauble and Child Protective Board Secretary June Hankins. Thursday, July 2, 2020 San Marcos Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (SMUUF) received online and snail-mailed donations to the Hays County Child Protective Board during and after a recent Sunday morning virtual Worship READ MORE.