The San Marcos CISD will be issuing the second tranche of bonds from its 2017 bond election after the board of trustees gave the go-ahead for the bond sale.
A small gathering that was part of something bigger occurred in front of the historic Hays County Courthouse on Wednesday at dusk.
In just a little less than a month, the Texas Education Agency’s new accountability system takes effect, bringing what could be some drastic changes.
San Marcos’ public transit system is growing along with the city’s population, and a partnership with Texas State could help meet the ridership’s needs more efficiently.
Hays County residents who have brush or other debris to burn have just a few days to take care of it before the county burn ban returns.