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Apache Swiss-Army-knife athlete finds fit at TLU

All year long, Seth Gibson was Gonzales’ Swiss Army knife athlete. Whether it was playing safety for the football team, being called late in the season to run plays on offense as the lead back, …

Track coach promoted to girls’ coordinator position With Gonzales girls coordinator Cully Doyle returning home to Medina ISD to take on the role as athletic director, Gonzales Athletic Director Mike Waldie made the decision to hire from within by …
Opinion
Publisher's Perspective

Life with father — a personal story

Father’s Day weekend is upon us, and this year I am having all sorts of conflicting emotions about Father’s Day. I am musing a lot about my relationship to this weekend and am thinking …
Publisher’s Perspective

The longest day was my best day

There was a moment a long time ago when Hell tried to rule the planet. It was a time of evil, of hate, and some of the vilest men in history. It was a time of giants, when true legends came …
EDITORIAL

Legislature rams through amendment making it easier to raise property taxes without adequate notice

This is a sad day in the history of governance in Texas.Saturday night, in less than an hour's time,  both houses of the Texas Legislature overwhelmingly approved an amendment to the property …
Publisher’s Perspective

A busy Memorial Day weekend

Three days in May. And just like that, they were gone. It was Memorial Day weekend, and yours truly had big plans to do absolutely nothing. Rest. Relax. Catch up on lost sleep. Let’s …

This month in Gonzales history - June

1854: June 25, Mr. Miller attacked by panther 1883: June 9 – T.J. Ponton, District Attorney, has a pasture in the southern portion of the county, and in the last two weeks the wire …
Publisher’s Perspective

Heroes all—the veterans of Warrior Weekend

“We sleep safely at night because rough men stand ready to visit violence on those who would harm us.” --Winston Churchill   The sounds of the sirens wailing in the distance …
LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Clearing up the EMS, ESD restructuring story

Dear Editor,   To lessen some confusion after a recent article, I would offer the following comments. The work in process to restructure the county’s EMS system is a joint project …
Publisher’s Perspective

Rage, rage against the memories of the past

I’ve been thinking a lot about the date May 4. If you remember last week, I wrote about the opening of my daughter’s new museum, the American Museum of the American Civil War, which …
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International Picnic Day is on June 18. What do you believe is the most important part of the picnic?

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