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WAELDER — On July 8, school board officials announced they selected Jon C. Orozco as the district’s lone finalist for the superintendent position. Board President Dora Noyola said the board will … more
GONZALES — What might have been a leisurely weekend trip to the coast ended up being a trip to jail after police said a man bought a pickup truck with a stolen check. At 10:20 a.m. July 1, … more
GONZALES — Gonzales City Council, Tuesday night, voted to approve a $125,000 Gonzales Economic Development Corporation grant to the Gonzales Noon Lions, for use toward a splash pad. The grant … more
The City of Gonzales has released its Annual Water Quality Report. The required report mailed out to city water customers last week. The report covers the reporting period from January 1, 2016 … more
GONZALES — Capt. Allen Taylor with GPD made a clarification on a recent article on the arrest of two women charged in connection with the passing of counterfeit checks as well as stolen names, … more
SMILEY — Authorities are investigating reports of an American flag being taken from the Bundick Cemetery on HWY 87 just west of town on Sunday, July 2. During the incident, the flagpole was knocked … more
GONZALES — Gonzales County Senior Citizens Association is under new directorship. Former GCSCA Transportation Director Robert Cornett, after 13 years, has transitioned into the role of Executive … more
On the green banks of Gonzales County's Peach Creek, 150 years ago, in what is now known as Little New York, Bascom Lake Church was founded. The church, now known as St. James Missionary Baptist … more
NIXON — It’s getting a little easier to drive through downtown these days as contractors have sped up the road construction process on HWY 80. Up until a couple of weeks ago the road was down to … more
GONZALES — Gonzales City Council meet Tuesday night to approve a $125,000 expenditure by Gonzales Economic Development Corporation toward the funding of the Gonzales Noon Lions Splash Pad; a … more
GONZALES — Two women were recently arrested in connection with the passing of counterfeit checks as well as stolen names, social security numbers and bank account information. On June 23, Capt. … more
This summer, five Gonzales-area youth were selected to attend Camp Shakespeare at Winedale, under the direction of Dr. James Ayres. Following extensive training at Camp Shakespeare's first summer … more
GONZALES — A local man was jailed after police said he was caught with crack cocaine and synthetic marijuana, and that he had a warrant for his arrest on another drug-related charge. On June 23, … more
GONZALES — A local man ended up behind bars after police said he stole two cases of beer, evaded arrest and gave them a fake name. At 11:30 p.m. June 20, Officer Gabriel Trevino was dispatched … more
GONZALES — Even after all the rain these last few months, expansion work is on schedule at Roger M. Dryer Memorial Airport. According to Ralph Camarillo, the airport expansion to add 10 new … more
GONZALES — A San Antonio man faces felony charges after police said he was caught with illegal drugs and fought against officers when they tried to arrest him. At 10:35 p.m. June 17, Officer … more
Tommy Schurig developed his love of classic cars when he inherited one from his uncle back in 2001. Although the ride — a 1969 Chevrolet Bel Air — is one that Tommy, his wife Pat and daughter Ina … more
For four years running Chamber Executive Director Daisy Scheske Freeman has brought home numerous awards as it pertains to Texas and state Chamber of Commerce recognition. All four of those years she … more
AUSTIN – Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar sent cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $640 million in local sales tax allocations for June, 3.6 percent more than in … more
GONZALES — Gonzales City Council met Tuesday afternoon for a pre-budget workshop, with the objective of doing some pre-budget planning and to have council discuss thoughts on city revenue … more
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