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UIL releases conference cutoff numbers, preliminary enrollment figures

On Tuesday morning, the Universal Interscholastic League (UIL) announced the conference cutoff numbers and preliminary enrollment figures for the 2020-2022 reclassification and realignment. With …

Coach: We’re going to be the best defensive team in the state “To me and the boys, our simple mindset is, don’t rank us. We don’t need to be ranked to win state,” Graves said. “If you don’t want to rank us now, don’t …
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PUBLISHER'S PERSPECTIVE

Family that plays together stays together

There is an old cliché that says the family that plays together stays together. In the case of Cody Canada and his son Dierks, the family that plays musically together grows together. As in …

This month in Gonzales history - December

1827: Fort completed, where St. Louis Street meets Water Street (Block 3) December, colonists return to Gonzales, after having abandoned the colony due to an Indian …
Publisher’s Perspective

On the Road Again: Part Deux

On the Road Again! Or should I say, I’m about to get back On the Road Again. Let me explain. Because of the short Thanksgiving week and early deadlines, we have to comply with in order to …

Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays of the year. It is a time of family, laughter, remembrance, love, charity and great food. For almost three centuries, Americans have celebrated …
LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Shiner Catholic appreciates coverage

Dear friends at The Gonzales Inquirer, Thank you for doing such an amazing job covering the news of Gonzales and the surrounding communities. We are grateful for each of you and the wonderful job …

A salute to our small businesses

I have not had the time, in a long time, to really shop Gonzales. This past week I toured our downtown. What I found was a real showplace of the variety of gift choices, art objects and vintage …
Publisher’s Perspective

Some days are better than others

      Some days are better than others in the newspaper business. Friday was one of those days. It was a beautiful sunny autumn morning in south central Texas. I was …
Publisher’s Perspective

Darkness decided to pay a social call

Hello darkness, my old friend I’ve come to talk with you again Because a vision softly creeping Left its seeds while I was sleeping And the vision that was planted In my brain …
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