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The Gonzales High School volleyball team defeated the Shiner Comanches 30-28 in the decisive third game of its best-of-three match at the Yoakum dual matches on Tuesday, Aug. 11.  Playing … more
As case numbers continue to slowly decrease in Texas, the number of daily reported cases in Gonzales county are also slowly decreasing, with only three new cases reported Monday. more
Principals of each campus provided updates regarding their plans and procedures to the Gonzales Independent School District Board of Trustees at their regular meeting Monday, August 10, 2020. more
At the August 10 meeting of the Gonzales County Commissioner’s Court, potential raises and a 2020 tax rate were discussed and proposed. more
Gonzales City Manager Tim Patek annouced today that work is starting to to replace all of the water and wastewater lines within St. Lawrence Street from St. James Street to Fair Street, and to … more
The total case count in Gonzales County rose by 24 new cases and one new death was reported Thursday, August 6, 2020. more
The sites of two well water generators which are being federally funded through a Texas General Land Office and Housing and Urban Development grant are being changed according to a notice from the Gonzales County Judge’s office. more
Staff and Faculty from the Gonzales Independent School District met with parents of elementary school aged students to address concerns regarding the coming school year via Zoom Thursday evening. more
Gonzales Main Street unveiled its new portable stage Tuesday, Aug. 4 in Confederate Square. more
The Gonzales Municipal Airport Advisory Board met Thursday, July 30 to discuss moving forward a series of expansions and updates intended to increase the quality of the Roger M. Dreyer Memorial Airport, as well as allow different kinds of aircraft to land in the area. more
A special meeting was called Monday, Aug. 3 by the Gonzales Independent School District School Board to discuss returning to school amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as distribution of new technology purchased for students. more
As of Wednesday evening, data from the Department of State Health Services distributed by Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis shows the county reported 15 new cases of COVID-19, as well as one additional death. more
After no new cases were reported for three days, 14 were reported on Tuesday, August 4 according to the State Department of State Health Services Region 8 report shared by Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis. more
The number of active coronavirus cases did not increase Monday according to the Department of State Health Services report distributed by Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis. more
After several grass fires were reported by fire chiefs in Gonzales County to County Judge Patrick C. Davis, a burn ban will go into place on Friday, August 7, 2020. more
A total of 17 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in Gonzales County per Region 8 reports distributed by County Judge Patrick C. Davis. more
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