Apparently responding to rumors regarding the death of Phillip Duran on April 28, the Kyle Police Department (KPD) put out a statement Thursday saying the investigation is ongoing and that it may take several weeks to develop some of the relevant information.
If the former O’Quinn Ranch is ever developed under pending municipal utility district, its developer will ostensibly be prohibited from using water from the Trinity or Edwards aquifers and will be required to build a wastewater treatment plant under amendments approved by both the Texas House and Senate on Friday.
San Marcos‘ economic development arm, the Greater San Marcos Partnership, this week named Adriana Cruz as its new president, poaching a key Austin Chamber of Commerce executive in the process.
A 22-year-old man arrested two weeks ago for allegedly brutalizing a lifelong San Marcos woman and then leaving her for dead on the side of Yarrington Road could face capital murder charges if his alleged victim dies.
The La Salle MUD in northern San Marcos, would build out at 7,000 homes over the next decade, according to its developers’ projections.
This isn’t about the town of West, but the devastating fire and explosion there underscore something you might not have known: the vast majority of fire departments in Texas are staffed by volunteers.
Driven in large part by new apartment complexes, the overall value of property in Hays County increased 5.1 percent, from $15.03 billion in 2012 to $15.8 billion in 2013, according to preliminary appraisals released on Monday by the Hays Central Appraisal District.
Central Texas Medical Center’s Live Oak Health Partners opened a San Marcos after-hours and weekend clinic in March and will open a Lockhart specialty care office in April.
A look at the Big 3 ranches that span the wide-open Hill Country between San Marcos and Wimberley. They include the former O’Quinn River Ranch, a perennial seat of controversy once again at the center of a community uproar.
State Rep. JASON ISAAC writes, “The conservation and protection of natural resources in the area are important to me, and I believe that this MUD will help to ensure that the land is managed responsibly with an emphasis on conservation.”