Letters to the Editor
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The Gonzales Inquirer’s inaugural Craft Beer, Wine and Art festival is rapidly approaching, and plans continue to move forward. Ten different brew lines, 12 wineries, numerous artists and plenty of … more
Now is the time to act before it’s too late. The mayor of San Antonio Ron Nirenberg, Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush and the San Antonio city council have been pushing through their … more
We had a real clean race. No provisional votes, no over-votes, no spoiled ballots or rejected ballots. The air conditioning malfunctioned at the Waelder Community center where we were stationed … more
To the publisher/editor, I have been a subscriber for over 30 years. I like reading news of our schools, city, county, and city and county governments. The Faith page with various articles. I … more
Dear Editor,June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month. For the 5.7 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s and the 16 million caring for someone with Alzheimer’s, it is … more
Dear Editor,I am writing to you with concerns of the Nixon city council on the case of sexual predator Manuel Zepeda. I want to discuss how the city would defend a predator that was arrested by the … more
Dear Gonzales,In the days since the passing of Keith Carter, my true love of over twenty years, so many of you gathered to share the shock and grief of an amazing man gone too young. Keith’s … more
As a subscriber to the Gonzales Inquirer I have noticed a huge void in recent issues. It is because the articles done by Pastor Lowery for the last 20 years weren’t there anymore. After … more
Dear City of Gonzales, Thank you so much for your warm welcome this past week. The local merchants and the docents of the museum and Pioneer Village were fantastic! And I gotta say what a … more
We appreciate your gracious tribute to Leon Netardus written in the Gonzales Inquirer. Also the empty chair shown in the Leon Netardus Reading Room has special meaning. Leon sat in that chair and … more
Thank you for paying for my groceries at the beginning of the month. I really appreciate her for paying it. Editor’s note: The Inquirer received a phone call from a reader currently in … more
To the citizens of Gonzales: For several years prior to 2017, the City of Gonzales had engaged in the practice of keeping the property tax as low as possible. In fact, the current rate in Gonzales … more
To the chicken rights protesters and those who make tiny cactus: Thank you for visiting our community and providing fodder for our café conversations. Although it is small, this … more
Editor, Interesting issue today, publisher/editor uses half the opinion page musing about his vacation and meanwhile one letter to the editor called for a replacement editor and I must agree. Mr. … more
Dear Editor/Publisher, I’m tired of the whining. I only lived in the north for a short few years, but too many of the populace whined when the weather wasn’t perfect; their job … more
Dear Terry: The Gonzales Main Street Advisory Board Inc. wishes to express our appreciation for The Gonzales Inquirer’s support of the 2019 Concert Series and Star Spangled Spectacular. Your … more
I, Rob Brown, am proud to announce my bid for Gonzales City Council - District 4. As a longtime Gonzales advocate, I strive to serve my district and our great city with integrity and true … more
 Here we are about to go into primary voting in 2020 and the country is being bombarded with divisive comments from all sides. I know that we have always had people that shout and rant about … more
Minutes from the December 2019 City Council meeting indicate that Council and those present heard from Clint Hille in regards to his desire to serve on the EDC Board. Additionally, he presented … more
1912: August 1, the San Antonio/Aransas Pass Railroad has made contract with the light company to install street lights at their crossings at Wallace, Water, College, and Hamilton Streets. Also a … more
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