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Ballot by mail applications due soon

Voting by mail is one of the most convenient forms of voting for elderly persons says officials at the Gonzales County Clerk's Office. They would like to remind those over 65 and others that may be … more

Inquirer obtains warrant documents related to arrests of Gonzales County EMS Director James Russell, wife Carla Russell

The Gonzales Inquirer has obtained the search warrants and warrant for arrest in the case of the Gonzales County EMS Director James Russell and wife Carla Russell as provided by the Gonzales County … more

Crash closes Hwy. 97 midday

A major collision was reported at approximately 2:30 p.m. Tuesday on Hwy. 97 just south of the Saturn community. An Enterprise box truck was traveling south when Texas Department of Public Safety … more

Bruun backs Cloud for June 30 special election

It's time to kiss and make up in the Republican Party said defeated congressional candidate Bech Bruun yesterday. The change in attitude comes as officials circle the wagons around Michael Cloud, who … more

Lake Wood members ask for new legislation

AUSTIN — Members of the Friends of Lake Wood (FOLW) Association traveled to Austin last Thursday to testify in front of the Texas Sunset Advisory Commission. They were there to once again … more

Concert series kicks off Friday

You can bet that organizers never had a clue that the Gonzales Main Street Concert Series would be around for a full decade, but here we are, about to usher in another month of downtown dancing and … more

GBRA finds $6 million to build new offices; no money for Lake Wood

SEGUIN — Much to the dismay and outrage of the Friends of the Lake Wood Association (FOLW), the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) voted last Thursday in Seguin to approve a motion authorizing … more

Poor voter turnout mirrors state totals

Just 501 Gonzales County voters turned out for Tuesdays runoff election for the Democratic and Republican primaries. That was just 4.15 percent of registered voters in the county, which number … more

Farenthold fibs on repayment, takes another government job

Even though former Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Corpus Christi) quit his job as Gonzales congressman on April 6, he has still found a way to end up in the news cycle. This time, for taking another … more

Guns collection opens Monday

GONZALES — A new display is locked and loaded and ready for its grand debut at the Robert L. Brothers Memorial Library. The artifacts are appropriately housed in the building's old bank vault, and … more

What's the fuss with that bus?

Reports of a mysterious school bus parked in town came across the police scanner this week with citizens calling in reports of suspicious activity. Come to find out, all the imagined worry that … more

Two Rivers Baptist congregation heads to Peru

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of articles on members of the Gonzales Two Rivers Baptist Church who are going on an 8-day mission into the heart of the Amazon Rain Forest. Their … more

Essicks wins Gold Belt Buckle at AFB

GONZALES — A large and enthusiastic crowd packed the J.B. Wells Park arena on Saturday night May 19 as Shorty Gorham’s American Freestyle Bullfighting Association stampeded into town. Twenty … more

Sunset Advisory Commission slams GBRA

The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority board is once again coming under criticism for not doing anything tangible on rebuilding the Lake Wood spillgate on the Guadalupe River. This time the … more

Voting for runoff underway, Election Day Tuesday

Early voting concludes tomorrow for races in the Democratic and Republican party runoffs in Gonzales County. If you cannot make that deadline, polls will again be open Tuesday on Election Day at … more

Cost camel comes to town

The Cost camel came to town last week, stopping by the Gonzales Chamber of Commerce building to announce to the world — through a series of grunts — that there's now reason to make Hump Day a … more

Gonzales council questions, scuttles CAD plans

GONZALES — Gonzales County Central Appraisal District (CAD) Chief Appraiser John Liford addressed the Gonzales City Council last week, looking for a vote to continue his efforts to find a new home … more

Gonzales students first in state to hear history presentation

GONZALES — Another first for the community of Gonzales. On Thursday, May 10, students in the seventh grade studying Texas History at Gonzales Junior High School became the first students in the … more
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