In a Facebook post yesterday, former San Marcos Mayor Susan Narvaiz said she filed to run for U.S. Congress because it was “unconscionable” to let U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett win a tenth term without opposition.
Most Hays County incumbents will waltz unopposed next year, including three district judges, two county commissioners and four justices of the peace. County Judge Bert Cobb and County Clerk Liz Q. Gonzalez will face Democratic Party challengers in November. County Court at Law No. 2 Judge Linda Rodriguez will have a Republican opponent in the general election.
Four months after saying publicly that she was moving to New Mexico, former San Marcos Mayor Susan Narvaiz is making a second run for the 35th Congressional District represented by U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett, according to state election filings.
On Nov. 23 — exactly a week and half before he snapped beyond repair — Jerry Paul Stovall III took to Facebook to say he was reaching the end of his rope.
State Sen. Donna Campbell, R-New Braunfels, and state Rep. Jason Isaac, R-Dripping Springs, talked about water, transportation, public education and other issues in play in the 83rd session during a Texas Tribune event on Tuesday at Texas State University.
State Sen. Donna Campbell and State Rep. Jason Isaac — two tea party darlings whose districts include all or part of Hays County — will take the Texas Tribune’s ‘Hot Seat’ on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at Texas State University.
Two snipers’ bullets ended the the life of a 22-year-old man who abducted his ex-girlfriend early this morning and led officers on a 60-plus-mile, high-speed chase in a stolen police cruiser through Hays County and San Marcos.
The Greater San Marcos Partnership — the economic development arm of the city of San Marcos and Hays and Caldwell counties — this afternoon confirmed that a Michigan-based auto parts maker will establish a manufacturing center in San Marcos, a development first reported by the San Marcos Mercury on Friday.
A Michigan-based auto parts maker appears to have settled on San Marcos as the location for a plant it intends to establish in Texas — if officials approve “inducements” the company wants from City Hall.
Hays County officials will throw the switch to light up the Old Hays County Courthouse grounds with a festive ceremony 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25. The old courthouse is located at 111 E. San Antonio St., at the center of the downtown San Marcos square.