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After receiving a proclamation from Texas Governor Greg Abbott for the Constitutional amendment election at their meeting Sept. 9, Gonzales County Commissioners Court officially approved an order of … more
Gonzales County Emergency Services District #1 Sept. 5 No comments were given during the public hearing. This hearing was the second of two. The next ESD meeting is set for 4 p.m. Sept. 19 at the … more
Gonzales City Council will vote on the adoption of a new tax rate and budget, as well as, the ratification of a property tax increase as reflected in the budget at its Sept. 12 meeting. The … more
On Tuesday, Sept. 10, a threat was made by a student at Gonzales High School. Gonzales ISD released a statement, reporting that the student was removed from the school and the situation is being … more
Gonzales City Council will hold its second of two public hearings on the proposed tax rate, as well as, a hearing on the proposed budget for fiscal year 2019-20 Thursday, Sept. 5. Council proposed … more
Gonzales County Emergency Services District #1 (ESD) will hold its second of two public hearing regarding a proposed tax rate increase Thursday, Sept. 5. Citing outdated equipment and other mounting … more
According to figures compiled by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts’ office, the City of Gonzales saw a 2.72 percent decrease in August sales tax receipts when compared to the same month … more
A bathroom brawl last week between two Gonzales Junior High School students, that allegedly landed one of the boys in the emergency room, was caught on film and shared through social media. The video … more
After clarifying the city’s role in the project, Gonzales City Council voted unanimously Aug. 27 in favor of a resolution endorsing Mayor Connie Kacir’s “Say Yes to Education” … more
Though an uphill battle at times during the workshop, Gonzales County Judge Pat Davis and the Commissioners Court have agreed to propose a budget for fiscal year 2019-2020. This budget is the first … more
Gonzales County Commissioners Court Aug. 21, 2019: No public comments were given. No budget amendments were proposed. Bills were paid. Gonzales County Commissioners Court Aug. 26, … more
Smiley City Council voted 4-1 to propose the effective tax rate of $0.3827 per $100 of valuation to be adopted for fiscal year 2019-20. Councilperson Linda Warzecha was the one dissenter. The … more
For the 42nd year, guacamole lovers will descend on Waelder this Labor Day weekend for the festival named for everyone’s favorite chip dip. Fiesta Guacamole returns to Waelder City Park … more
The annual Friends of NRA Event last Thursday night at JB Wells Park was a huge success, especially for the winners of the Kawasaki Mule that was raffled off. Pete Smith of Rosenberg was the big … more
Last week, the annual TEA state accountability ratings were released, with most school districts around the area improving from last year’s scores. Each rating is based on the 2018-19 school … more
After two dam failures in three years, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) announced Aug. 15 it will drain its remaining four lakes to “minimize the risks associated with the aging … more
A new book, four years in the making, that provides an in-depth, multi-faceted view of the history of Gonzales County’s decommissioned jails is now available. The self-explanatorily titled … more
The Gonzales Convention and Visitors Bureau (GCVB) board of directors voted to allocate up to $2,500 in funding for signs welcoming the Sisters on the Fly to Gonzales. Calling itself the … more
With a 4-2 vote, Gonzales Economic Development Corporation voted to recommend former Gonzales Tourism Director Clint Hille to fill the board seat vacated by outgoing Steve Sucher. Sucher announced … more
Smiley City Council voted to appoint Councilmembers Diana P. Moreno and Elisa Douglas to the Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission (GCRPC.) According to its website, GCRPC is a regional … more
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