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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
The second annual Gonzales Main Street city-wide yard sale on Saturday April 14 was deemed a success by participants in spite of windy and inclement weather early in the morning. But by … more
City Manager Tim Patek explained the next steps in the tourism director hiring process to the Gonzales Convention and Visitor Bureau board at its meeting Thursday, July 18. Patek made note that the … more
Gonzales County Commissioners Court County resident Dale Schellenberg brought the court’s attention to a fencing issue in Precinct 3. County Attorney Paul Watkins said the issue had already … more
The City of Gonzales met in an emergency meeting Friday afternoon over a teleconference to discuss amending and possibly extending the public health emergency they declared on Monday. The meeting was … more
Sales and use tax revenue in Gonzales County during April 2019 are up 35.47 percent from the previous year. Gonzales County pulled in $185,201.11 in April 2019, compared to $136,704.15 allocated in … more
Started back in 2016, the Rotary Club of Gonzales funded the Early Act First Knight program at the elementary schools at Gonzales ISD. The program is a daily social/emotional learning program for … more
The cats were content at the Friends of Gonzales Animal Shelter (FOGAS) this week. It may have been the warm sun on their shiny fur. Or perhaps that they have a free-ride home should an adopter come … more
As part of the 13th annual Warrior’s Weekend event, selected service members from across the United States will stop in Gonzales for lunch at the Elks Lodge on Friday, May 17. The veterans are … more
Gonzales County Commissioners Court was pitched on new hybrid electronic voting machines to be used for county-wide elections. Matt Kunz, a representative of Elections Systems and Software, explained … more
The Gonzales City Council is expected to swear in four new police officers at its Thursday, Jan. 9 meeting. Christopher Rodriguez, Eric A. Long, Caesar Martinez and Darrance James are the officers … more
Grammy-winning artist O.S. Grant will be playing on Friday night to help open up the Gonzales Inquirer’s Craft Beer Festival, it was announced last week. Grant, a local saxophone artist who has … more
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