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The Texas Millennial Perspective in a COVID-19 Era

SAN MARCOS, TX— With nearly 2,000,000 confirmed cases worldwide, the novel coronavirus or COVID-19 has changed all aspects of everyday life. For young Texan millennials, their situation is no different. Currently, Texas has about 14,000 confirmed cases. On March 19, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed an executive order, announcing the closure of all Texas schools, dine-in […]

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Photo Gallery: Coastal Bend Food Bank Makes Strides in Wake of COVID-19

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX— The Coastal Bend Food Bank and food pantries across the Coastal Bend have made major strides to provide food for struggling families since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) began. As people continue to horde supplies and panic purchase food items, the amount of food available to these citizens has declined […]

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PALS of San Marcos Hosts 17th Annual Pet Fest

PET FEST BRIEF 2019  By: Delilah Alvarado, Lacey Harper, Jonathan Campbell, Ashton Price  Hosted by Prevent a Litter (PALS), the 17th annual Pet Fest took place at the San Marcos Plaza Park in San Marcos on Oct.19.   The event was free and open to the public, but donations were also accepted. The organization (PALS) hosts the event every year in order to bring awareness of […]

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Pipeline development stirs controversy in Central Texas

By: Christopher Green, Jacob Sommers, Carl Heiser A 430-mile pipeline development running from West Texas to the Gulf Coast is haunting Hill Country, where landowners can’t stop construction on their property because of eminent domain.  Residents can’t stop Kinder Morgan Inc.’s controversial gas pipeline due to an eminent domain statute that allows for-profit companies to develop on […]