Seventeen years after a day most everyone who was alive then will never forget, people are still dying from the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
The lesson of living in Flash Flood Alley comes to everyone at some point.
Cinco de Mayo is more widely celebrated in and around San Marcos but Sept. 16, “Diez Y Seis,” is actually much more important to the heritage of Mexican Americans. That’s
The stinky, slimy mud wasn’t even dry yet when, following the devastating flood of May 24, 2015, talk began of doing “something” about the Blanco River.
San Marcos Police responded nearly 200 times to the city’s riverside parks over the course of the long Labor Day Weekend, with the vast majority of those calls for violations of city ordinances inc