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The rain was falling lightly out in Leesville this week, as if Mother Nature knew that the place needed some greening up ahead of the Leesville Country Fair next month. Inside the old Methodist … more
The annual fundraiser for the Gonzales Regional Advocacy Center returns to the J.B. Wells Expo Center on March 22. The annual Bingo, Bags, and Badges is the social event of the season and brings out … more
The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture is gearing up for its 98th annual banquet at the J.B. Wells Expo Center on Feb. 6. One part fundraiser, one part community service celebration the … more
The Friends of Lake Wood association met on Thursday evening to review strategies on keeping the necessity of rebuilding the spill gate at the H-5 dam before the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority … more
GONZALES — The Friends of Lakewood Association met on Valentine's Day at the Elks Lodge in Gonzales to get a report from their lobbyist John Pitts and to hear updates from association members … more
The Gonzales FFA shooting team has expanded to over 40 members for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. With its growth, the team decided to introduce the inaugural Come and Break It event in an … more
Many municipal elections The city of Gonzales underwent several contentious elections in early 2019. In January, Gonzales City Council validated a tax rollback election after a judge ruled the … more
GONZALES – The City of Gonzales City Council has voted to extend and modify the Declaration of Public Health Emergency put into action on March 15, 2020 by City of Gonzales Mayor, Connie … more
Another school year, another dollar. As mineral values come and go and the Texas Legislature continues to fail at fixing school finance, more creative means are being implemented to fund public … more
GONZALES — Last week the Gonzales city council voted to put 11 proposed changes to the city's charter up for election by voters. The changes were brought to council by a charter review … more
Several agenda items involving upcoming events will be voted on at the Gonzales City Council meeting Oct. 8. Council will vote closing the 400 block of Saint Paul St. for a First United Methodist … more
Gonzales is becoming more active in the television and film industry with shows like “The Son” deciding to set up shop here, so it's natural to see a crew in town, especially now that the city … more
May 4 is a national holiday for those who celebrate it as Star Wars Day. But in a county not so far-far away, the day is reserved for local municipal elections. Visions of grandeur have awakened for … more
October is breast cancer awareness month and Gonzales Healthcare Systems is hosting a “mammo mingle” open house event Oct. 10 to educate the community on the disease and the importance of … more
The Gonzales Inquirer has announced it is postponing and possibly even canceling the third annual Come and Taste It Craft Beer and Wine Festival. Scheduled for the weekend of April 24-25, officials … more
The rains that got this week off to a soggy start should set a good mood for today's performance in the Crystal Theatre. Some of William Shakespeare's best works require a little gloom, but now that … more
The 97th Annual Gonzales Chamber of Commerce banquet is an affair not to just raise funds for their operations but to recognize those from the community for outstanding volunteerism. This year's … more
Former Nixon City Manager Manuel Zepeda was sentenced Tuesday, Oct. 8 in a years-old child sex abuse case. As part of a plea bargain, Zepeda will serve 90 days in Gonzales County Jail and complete a … more
GONZALES — Downtown Gonzales turns on its holiday lights this weekend as Winterfest comes blowing back into town. Expect the same mix of seasonal delights with a few more fun events added. The … more
The 63rd annual Come and Take It has come and gone. Though the festival featured some new attractions, this year’s celebration remained unique to Gonzales.  Patrons braved sweltering … more
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