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Future college athlete advances to state powerlifting meet

BISHOP — Jared “JT” Esparza’s days as an Apache competitor have been extended once more as the senior linebacker advanced to the state powerlifting meet after placing second …

Luling lifter advances to state WEST — Last Saturday, three Luling athletes competed in the regional powerlifting meet, with one Eagle advancing to the state. Superheavyweight Jonathyn Murry placed third in the weight …
    • District leaders continue win streak

      The Gonzales Apaches (18-1-1, 5-0) unbeaten streak has reached 10 games after knocking off Yoakum 8-1 last Tuesday in District 29-4A …

    • Cardinals compete in Yorktown Relays

      YORKTOWN — This time of year for track and field is about reps. Shiner St. Paul traveled to Yorktown last Thursday to compete in the …

    • Sports Briefs - March 7-13

      Cardinals splits games this week Shiner St. Paul traveled to Victoria on Wednesday, losing 8-6 to St. Joseph in the non-district baseball …

Opinion
Publisher’s Perspective

On the road again

I had a Willie Nelson weekend. As in I was On the Road Again. The human adventure began late Friday afternoon and ended up 48 hours later, with trips to Cuero, Schroeder Hall in Goliad, Luling, …
Letter to the editor

Understand the facts, issues of rollback election

My Fellow Gonzales Citizens: Today we find ourselves in a struggle. Throughout this campaign regarding the roll back of the city’s tax rate, I have been frustrated by the infighting and …
Letter to the editor

Notes on the rollback election

There are a few points I would like to address. First, the rollback election is only about revenue, “money.” Pure and simple. It has nothing to do with anything else. No one wants to pay …
Letter to the editor

Gonzales budget, rollback issue math

Dear Editor, A little math about Gonzales’s budget and the rollback issue. Divide $27,000,000 by Gonzales population (7,628) and that equals 3,539.591 (rounded). That is $3,529.60 for …
PUBLISHER'S PERSPECTIVE

An honor to honor the Immortal 32

Last Friday was a day 183 years in the making. It was a day when 32 men from Gonzales (or with strong ties to this area) chose to honor the legacy of our community’s heritage. It was a day …

Vote ‘for’: Money has been vastly overspent

The Gonzales Taxpayers Association (GTA) appreciates the Inquirer reaching out for facts concerning this important Tax Rollback election. GTA is asking voters to vote FOR the rollback which will …

Vote ‘against’: We can help fix our city

Our city is at a crossroads. We can vote to help fix our city or watch it continue to struggle. Deficit spending has brought our city to the brink of bankruptcy. Our General Fund savings were down …
Long Branch Book Club

Life is silly in a serious way

On Feb. 13, the Long Branch Book Club met to discuss the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, a classic science fiction novel. This short romp through the space time continuum and the foibles of …
This week's poll question
With the information you have now about Float Fest possibly moving to Gonzales, do you think Gonzales should host the event?

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