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Outmanned Wildcats lose steam in rivalry loss

MOULTON — There were 15 days between district games for the Waelder Wildcats. Within those 15 days was the holiday break plus a two-day tournament in Mumford from Dec. 28-29. Starting off the …

Lady Wildcats lose game, starter MOULTON — Things went from bad to worst in the fourth quarter in the Waelder Lady Wildcats’ 71-15 loss against the state-ranked Moulton Kittens last Friday, Jan. 4. Losing 57-12 early …
    • Sports Briefs: Jan. 3-9

      Lady Apaches soccer lose opener Gonzales opened the season with a 6-0 loss in a road girls soccer game against Taylor. The Lady Apaches …

    • Apaches set to host 2-day soccer tournament

      The Gonzales Apaches boys soccer team will be hosting their first-ever tournament from Jan. 4-5, with the championship game set for Jan. 5 at …

    • Now begins district for area teams

      With the new year comes the all-important district basketball games for many teams in the Gonzales County area. While Gonzales and Waelder have …

Opinion
Publisher’s Perspective

Gonzales does radio — The Texas way

To say that Saturday was an interesting day would be an understatement. I made a little bit of personal history on the 12th. It was the day I made my live radio debut in Texas. A few weeks ago, …
From the Editor’s Playbook

Now’s your chance to make a difference

Mid-December 2017 I wrote the following: “Besides ‘voter oppression,’ do you want to know what the two worst words are in this current climate of democracy? ‘Ran …

This month in Gonzales history

1829: Jan. 10, first brand recorded, JP, by Green DeWitt 1839: Jan. 25, first post office opened 1853: Jan. 25, City Council declared lot on northeast quarter of Church Square (Block …
From the editor’s playbook

Numbers never lie*

*But numbers can be deceiving. I saw a stat over the weekend, after the Philadelphia Eagles’ upset victory over the Chicago Bears that made me go “wow.” Scott Barrett of …
Publisher’s Perspective

Idle thoughts on a 3,000-mile road trip

One of the coolest things about driving on a clear night is seeing the millions of stars twinkling in the heavens. I have always been fascinated by the celestial world and driving across country to …
Publisher’s Perspective

Looking back at 21 years in Michigan

It’s a cold December night in Michigan. I’m sitting here on my bed in my house south of Lansing, Mich. It will be the last time I ever get to do this. Tomorrow I am selling my house in order …
Publisher’s Perspective

Tender mercies of the holidays

Merry Christmas Gonzales County! On behalf of the staff at the Gonzales Inquirer — office manager Sanya Simmons, Managing Editor Jose Torres, reporter Eric McCowan, Account Executive Susie Bernd …
Publisher’s Perspective

The saddest times are the hardest

Depression is a curse on humanity. The sadness and emptiness engendering it is a plague upon the heart, mind and soul. Over the course of the past two weeks, I have been just about as sad and …
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