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Gonzales Emergency Services Distirct No. 1 board members discussed the possibility of recommending a new Commissioner to fill seat number two on the board. more
At the Monday, Oct. 26 meeting of the Gonzales County Commissioners Court, the Commissioners will discuss with action the approval of a new rental community to be located in Precinct 3. more
The Gonzales Inquirer is joining with local law enforcement agencies in promoting a life free from the abuse of drugs, alcohol and tobacco during the annual national Red Ribbon Week. The Inquirer is hosting a coloring contest for students in kindergarten through 3rd grade in Gonzales County. To enter, just pick and download one of the coloring subjects from this post! Color the subject in and either turn the completed work into your teacher (if your school is participating), or e-mail a scan or high-resolution (best quality) photo to more
The Gonzales Emergency Services District No. 1 will meet to discuss a recommendation to the county for the selection of a new Commissioner to serve on board seat number two for the duration of a term ending in Dec. 31, 2021. The board will also continue discussion of the process for building a new EMS station in Nixon. more
The Smiley City Council will discuss upcoming holiday events such as Candy Alley and the Christmas Bash, as well as Blue Santa at a special called meeting on Thursday, Oct. 22 at 6 p.m. in the Smiley Community Center. The 2020 Tax Roll and a final pay raise for City Marshal Lawrence Robles will be discussed. more
The Gonzales Inquirer is seeking help from Gonzales County residents as we get ready for our annual Salute to Veteran's special section on Thursday, Nov. 5.  Just e-mail the photo and … more
Gonzales Mayor Connie Kacir issued a proclamation stating that Oct. 16 should be Ann Covert day at the special called meeting of the City of Gonzales. more
Eighteen new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Gonzales County for the week of Oct. 7 through 13, according to Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis. The spike follows weeks of new cases in the single digits, including two each of the past two weeks. Three additional cases of COVID-19 were reported on Wednesday and Thursday. more
Two things became clear after the Gonzales High School football team’s 47-31 loss Oct. 9 at Giddings: The offense has founds its grove and the defense is struggling amid a slew of … more
 The Gonzales Convention and Visitors Advisory Board elected new leadership at its regular meeting on Oct. 15. Jean Burns was elected as the new Chair of the Board, Andi Seger was elected as Vice President, and Holly Danz was re-elected as the Board Secretary. more
A printing mistake by ballot venders is causing confusion for some voters in Gonzales County. more
A special meeting has been called by the Gonzales City Council for 12 p.m. on Oct. 16 to discuss approval of a Trunk or Treat event in the downtown square. more
At the regular meeting of the Gonzales County Underground Water Conservation District on Tuesday, Oct. 13, approvals were made for well digging permits and legal circumstances which may affect water districts in the state were discussed with legal counsel. more
A resolution to call on Texas Governor Greg Abbott to reappoint Board Members and Executive Management of the GBRA was tabled on Tuesday, Oct 13 to be discussed with legal counsel and voted on at the next meeting of the Gonzales County Commissioners Court on Oct. 26. more
Gonzales Independent School District shared a health update at the meeting of its Board of Trustees in which it was indicated that there have been four cases of COVID-19 among students and one among staff since returning to campus Sept. 22. This report is current as of 3:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 12, the same day as the meeting. more
Early voting gets a head start on Oct. 13, with an extra week’s extension made due to safety concerns regarding COVID-19. Safety measures taken by the Gonzales County Clerk’s Office include the use of paper straws as a stylus to cast ballots on voting machines, sneeze guards, hand sanitizer, and gloves. more
The Gonzales Independent School District has reported a third case of COVID-19, this time at Gonzales Elementary School. more
Beyond the national and state races, voters in Gonzales County will also decide several local races that were bumped back from the May 2020 election due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  We've … more
The Gonzales Inquirer sent out questionnaires to the candidates in contested races for Gonzales City Council Districts 3 and 4, and for Gonzales County Sheriff. The candidates’ responses appear … more
Flanked by a line of “Come and Take It” flags, members of the Gonzales chapter of Sons of the Republic of Texas honored the “Old 18,” members of the Gonzales community who defended the city from Mexican soldiers on the 185th anniversary of the Battle of Gonzales. more
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