Opinion/Letters to the Editor
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Disappointing Veterans Day program coverage

I was disappointed in your coverage of the recent GISD Veterans Day Program. Other than a blurry picture, a picture of the cheerleaders and a photo of the back of an unidentified veteran, there was … more

Is treason OK for some?

My subject is treason, a dreadful word often reflecting bad consequences for our country. Way back in the dictionary it shows as a violation of allegiance to one’s state, i.e., our laws for sworn … more

Thanks for successful CTI

Another Come and Take It has come and gone. Hats off to all the city employees, the Come and Take It committee, the Chamber and all the volunteers who worked so hard to make this another great year. … more

Policing for profit

I’m writing this letter to the editor to inform people of the “Policing for Profit” policy that is going on in our community. How many people have been unfairly “targeted” and pulled over … more

An open letter to all Christian Voters

In a few months, the citizens of this country face the daunting responsibility of selecting those who will be making the decisions that will directly affect the lifestyles of our children and … more

Appreciation for police going above and beyond

The other night my son was broke down on Hwy 97 and 2292 and a policeman, Officer Heart, brought him home. My son and I went back out to where he broke down and we called the highway patrol to help … more

Dope usage not news

As a NEWSpaper trying to justify itself your editorial policy does not support the health of the Gonzales community; shock is not news, nor is dope usage among the youth news yet that topic always … more

‘Grill’ surprises couple with pleasant experience

My husband and I had a very pleasant surprise last Saturday night that I want to tell you about. We took a chance and went to eat at the Lexington Grill in the Alcalde Hotel. I say we took a chance … more

Attempt to scare off birds is horrible

Whoever’s bright idea it was to shoot a boom cannon off at the square should have their head examined. What makes them think that shooting that thing off to try and scare off the birds will … more

Ken Mosher got it right

America spends more than $3 trillion annually on an exceedingly complicated healthcare market. That is 17.5 percent of the economy. It is unaffordable and unsustainable. What can we do? A … more

Bernie Sanders’ healthcare plan may work

It is time again to go to the polls and decide who is going to be elected to look after the affairs of the citizens of this United States of America. We all need to make wise choices and one of … more

Reader gives props to Storey’s security

Dear Editor:Recently I was in Storey Jewelers for my rings annual checkup. I pulled my rings off, all except my 56-year-old wedding band. It was loose on my finger not having my University of Iowa … more

Reader responds to signs oped

In response to “Signs not answer to sexual assault,” I agree with the opening statements and the closing one. However, I question much that is in between. You say that the signs keeping out … more

Couple gives thanks for free tour

On Nov. 23, my wife and I was passing through your city for the first time and noticed the many turn of the century fine houses which we always enjoy looking at. We stopped at the jail and had a … more

Citizen against sex offender signs

Editor: Our city governors have done it again. We do not need ordinances that are not doing anyone any good because for the most part they cannot be enforced or will not be enforced. The car … more

Concerned reader opposes sex offender sign

The lack of knowledge with regard to the ‘sex offender’ issue is not to be believed. The nation needs to take a hard look at the unconstitutional impingement of the rights of these persons. There … more

Unequal treatment in youth football

Editor, Have the citizens of Gonzales notice the way the coaches of our Senior League Football team show discrimination toward certain kids. All kids playing pay the same amount to be trained to … more

Most college scholars aren’t freeloaders

Before too much time goes by, lest we forget, I want to express my most heart-felt sympathy for Mr. “What About Me” and his “nitwits” opinions from Oct. 16, 2015 Inquirer, View Points, page … more

Have your say, go vote

Editor: On Nov. 3 we had another election in Gonzales and the state of Texas, and it was an abysmal turnout. The results statewide are maybe a bit higher than we had in Gonzales but in the time … more

Republican Women to hold rally

I am a member of the Republican Women of the Yoakum Area. Our organization includes women from Lavaca, DeWitt, and Gonzales counties. We are sponsoring an important event this coming Saturday, … more
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