Their story begins almost 40 years in Holland (otherwise known as The Netherlands), when couple Piet and Afra Koeman, equipped with only a spade and a handful of onion seeds, started a horticultural farm. Later after adding several flowers, and of course tulips, they knew just what their passion was. Fast forward to 2011, when Piet Koeman passed away at age 69, son Pieter and his wife Petra knew they wanted to change course. After visiting Texas several times and ultimately falling in love, they finally decided to bring a piece of their homeland to U.S. soil. Pieter Koeman not only loves the Texas culture, but enjoys that “after traveling for several hours here, you’re still in Texas, while at home in The Netherlands, you’re out of the country after two hours”. Jake Lundy was so happy to be able to bring his girlfriend to the fields as “she had been wanting to pick the tulips here for months”.
By: Wendy Aviles In light of the coronavirus outbreak, many dine in restaurants & some stores across the states have closed. Chick-fil-a in San Marcos has remained open, along with other drive thru restaurants, allowing some college students to keep their jobs. Student Andrew Vineski stated, “I am still being scheduled twenty hours a week […]
Families, friends and colleagues gathered April 11 in the LBJ Ballroom to remember Bobcat faculty, staff, students and retirees who have died in the last year. Photo essay by Sawyer Click Bobcat Pause Audio Story By Atkyn Garza
When the mandatory mask mandate was lifted across Texas, it left hundreds of businesses to decide to keep the mask up policy or go back to life before Coronavirus. Many of these businesses had their own agenda behind keeping the masks up that did not involve the safety of others. On March 2nd, Governor Greg […]