As vital as it is to the future of the region, the Edwards Aquifer still holds many secrets.
Those who had the option fired up their generators on Thursday as a power outage hit a significant portion of San Marcos. The city’s director of Public Services Tom Taggart
San Marcos’ monthly sales tax allocation shot up to nearly $2.6 million this month, representing a whopping increase of 25.47 percent when compared to July of last year.
It’s been four months since the notorious bombings up the road in Austin, but the lesson of “if you see something, say something,” was apparently well-learned here in San Marcos.
The Fourth of July thunderstorms that frightened tubers and forced cancelation of the city’s Summerfest celebration affected Hays County Fire Marshal Clint Browning, too. “I relaxed,” he said. “Quite a