Local News for San Marcos, Texas

10/25/2020

Tales on the Trails

Event date: November 8, 2020 Event Time: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PMLocation: 685 Lime Kiln RoadSan Marcos, TX 78666Description:The City of San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department, San Marcos Public Library, and Community Action, Inc. are partnering to bring you Tales on the Trails at Spring Lake Natural Area during the month of November. As READ MORE.
10/25/2020

Write Already

Event date: November 8, 2020 Event Time: 03:00 PM – 04:00 PMLocation: San Marcos, TX 78666Description:Aspiring and seasoned writers are invited to come together in a supportive community. We will share our work and goals, and sit together in communal silence as we work on our various writing projects. There will be an opportunity to READ MORE.
City enacts Stage 1 drought restrictions10/24/2020

City enacts Stage 1 drought restrictions

Daily Record infographic by Colton Ashabranner Nick CastilloManaging Editor@Nick_Castillo74ncastillo@sanmarcosrecord.comSaturday, October 24, 2020 The City of San Marcos will enact Stage 1 drought restrictions, beginning Sunday. The city’s move comes in response to dropping aquifer levels. The Edwards Aquifer Authority announced Stage 1 pumping restriction for users within the San Antonio Pool on Oct. 16, which READ MORE.
10/24/2020

Tales on the Trails

Event date: November 7, 2020 Event Time: 08:00 AM – 08:00 PMLocation: 685 Lime Kiln RoadSan Marcos, TX 78666Description:The City of San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department, San Marcos Public Library, and Community Action, Inc. are partnering to bring you Tales on the Trails at Spring Lake Natural Area during the month of November. As READ MORE.
Hays County tallies 22 newly reported COVID-19 fatalities10/23/2020

Hays County tallies 22 newly reported COVID-19 fatalities

Daily Record infographics by Colton Ashabranner Nick CastilloManaging Editor@Nick_Castillo74ncastillo@sanmarcosrecord.comFriday, October 23, 2020 Hays County announced 22 additional COVID-19 fatalities resulting from a change in the Texas Department of State Health Service’s reporting system on Friday. The county stated that the new fatalities stem from enhanced reporting protocols from hospitals, funeral homes and nursing facilities. Those READ MORE.
10/23/2020

Tales on the Trails

Event date: November 1, 2020 Event Time: 06:00 AM – 11:00 PMLocation: 685 Lime Kiln RoadSan Marcos, TX 78666Description:The City of San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department, San Marcos Public Library, and Community Action, Inc. are partnering to bring you Tales on the Trails at Spring Lake Natural Area during the month of November. As READ MORE.
PINK POWER: San Marcos Electric Utility raises breast cancer awareness10/23/2020

PINK POWER: San Marcos Electric Utility raises breast cancer awareness

Daily Record photo by Lance Winter Lance WinterPublisher@LanceWinterlwinter@sanmarcosrecord.comThursday, October 22, 2020 Above, members of the San Marcos Electric Utility gathered Thursday to showcases their pink helmets. The SMEU has been wearing pink throughout October to raise breast cancer awareness. NewsSan Marcos NewsSan Marcos Record Read the rest of the article on sanmarcosrecord.com READ MORE.
Hays County tallies 77 new COVID-19 recoveries, 22 new cases10/23/2020

Hays County tallies 77 new COVID-19 recoveries, 22 new cases

Daily Record infographics by Colton Ashabranner Nick CastilloManaging Editor@Nick_Castillo74ncastillo@sanmarcosrecord.comThursday, October 22, 2020 The Hays County Local Health Department reported 77 additional COVID-19 recoveries, 22 new lab-confirmed cases and one hospital discharge on Thursday. There are currently 554 active coronavirus cases – 55 fewer than Wednesday – and there have been 6,268 total cases since the READ MORE.
San Marcos CISD trustees approve $500 bonus for staff10/23/2020

San Marcos CISD trustees approve $500 bonus for staff

The San Marcos Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees approved a one-time $500 retention incentive during Monday’s regular meeting. Screenshot from SMCISD board meeting Nick CastilloManaging Editor@Nick_Castillo74ncastillo@sanmarcosrecord.comThursday, October 22, 2020 The San Marcos Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees approved a one-time $500 retention incentive during Monday’s regular meeting. With the board’s approval, employees who were employed READ MORE.