To the Editor:
To the Editor:
When the holidays have ended and I’ve digested enough homemade snack mix to construct an imposing and delicious wall of heavily seasoned Chex cereal along the entire U.S.-Mexico border, retailers t
City Council delayed the fate of Cape’s Dam & Mill Race this week, but a glaringly disturbing question emerged: are the loudest advocates of Local Historic Landmark status correct on
Dear Editor, I submitted this following public comment to the TCEQ today: I am writing to express my opposition to the granting of an air quality permit (#154774) to Epic
Editor, The flag in front of my house says, “Come and Take It.” Yet the city intends to take without warning half my front yard for a sidewalk. This sidewalk,
Here’s a scary political thought for all Americans.
If Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez were old enough, and American voters were stupid enough, she could be elected president next year.
At the tail end of last week, the Department of Defense released an overdue report on the effects of climate change on military bases in the United States.The report, required by law under the 2018
Of course, it had to happen.
Editor, The Hays County Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) would like to take this opportunity to address the San Marcos City Council and announce their support for Cape’s Dam
Dear Editor: Isn’t it amazing that Central Texas has a claim to fame already thanks to a vote from new U.S. Rep. Chip Roy, who represents a part of Hays
Editor, In his recent letter to the editor (Sunday, January 20th), Dick McBride stated that there was “no guarantee” humans will survive the devastation being caused by climate change/ global
Dear fellow San Marcos residents, Attention San Marcos Rattler parents, who would like their children to grow up and, find good paying jobs and stay in San Marcos? The San
Editor, The S.M.C.I.S.D. board of trustees met on Jan. 22 and on the agenda was a bond proposal for a new administration building. The proposal was tabled so that the
William Barr is relatively qualified, especially for a Trump nominee. In fact, he held the office he has been nominated for, attorney general, under President George H. W. Bush from 1991 to 1993.
Last week, shaving-supply company Gillette released a controversial ad reminding guys of their “toxic masculinity,” a phrase that has popped up to describe the supposed hazards of typically male be
Threats to withhold federal emergency relief funds to aid victims of the forest fires that recently ravaged California offer further evidence that Donald J. Trump knows how to harbor a
No matter where you look, you can’t escape it. “Government Shutdown - Day 27...” “Government Shutdown - Day 28...” The partial government shutdown - and who’s to blame for it,
Editor, Do You Believe it Now? “We are the first generation to feel the effects of serious climate change and could be the last generation to do anything about it.”
I might buy a gun.
I’d need a permit. And lessons on how to shoot, a place to keep it safe, and a way to overcome the fear that I’d shoot myself.