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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 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
On Wednesday morning, the Gonzales Inquirer formally presented the Gonzales County EMS Board of Directors — through their legal counsel Jackie Williamson — a request under the Texas … more
The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture has been promoting and supporting the greater Gonzales area since 1923. For almost 100 years, this vital organization has been involved in … more
Leon Netardus, author, actor, local historian and community leader, died Friday, Oct. 4. He was 90. Netardus was well known in Gonzales for his knowledge of local history and volunteering. In … more
Through the voice of his sister Sarah Loer, Matt Griffin still is having an impact on the Gonzales County EMS from beyond the grave. Unfortunately for the former administrators of EMS and the … more
Lake Wood should now be known as lake of woods. A small forest has reclaimed the once-submerged land where just a few years back a shallow lake lapped at a levied shoreline that both anglers and … more
Whenever a call comes in over this office's police scanner alerting all units to another crash on I-10, it's never good. For whatever reason, the hot summer months seem to breed horrible collisions … more
Texas is preparing to go back to its biennial brouhaha that is the 86th Texas Legislative Session. The fun begins Jan. 8, and our local State Rep. John Cyrier (R-Lockhart) called the office this week … more
The latest quarterly campaign finance reports have been released by the Federal Election Commission which tracks the campaign contributions and expenditures for congressional candidates. The totals … more
Smiley City Council agreed to hire U.S. Underwater Services, LLC to perform tank inspections for 2019. Though the city had its tanks inspected earlier this year, that inspection was for 2018. The … more
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