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Many months will pass before Main Street Gonzales lights up the downtown skyline for Christmas, but planning is in effect that would make downtown Gonzales brighter and more festive for the holiday … more
GONZALES – Police have identified a suspect they believe to be involved in two recent church burglary thefts. Police Capt. Allen Taylor reported that between the hours of 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. … more
Downtown building owner John Tinsley had spent a lot of time and money to update his building on St. Francis Street, situated between St. Joseph and St. Paul, but his efforts didn’t stop with the … more
The Gonzales Noon Lions welcomed their Leos Club members yesterday, for a presentation of what has been going on in the club and what is to come. Leo President Denessie Reyes told the Noon Lions … more
County Judge David Bird is spearheading an effort to reactivate Gonzales Chapter 29 of “The Sons of the Republic of Texas” (SRT).Bird was recently designated as the president of the chapter. Ed … more
GONZALES – Mike Hanson, the man found not guilty last December of disrupting a meeting and resisting arrest, recently announced his plans to sue the city of Gonzales for $2.5 million. Hanson is … more
GONZALES – Early voting is upon us and early voting times are set and polls will be open on Monday. Two seats on Gonzales City Council are up for election incumbent councilman, Lorenzo Hernandez … more
GONZALES – A local man was hospitalized after a two-vehicle collision that occurred last Friday just north of town. The Texas Highway Parol reported that at 3:15 p.m. Friday, April 14, troopers … more
For the last decade-and-a-half, Project Graduation has ruled as the go-to event for grads looking for one last blowout before they all bid one another adieu. In Gonzales, Project Graduation is … more
Editor’s note: This is part four of a four-part series of articles written on four of the five candidates vying for a seat in Gonzales City Council. Councilman District 3 Lorenzo Hernandez declined … more
GONZALES – What started as a routine traffic stop on Interstate 10 near Waelder ended with a woman facing felony charges after police said she led them on an hour-long high speed chase. The … more
GONZALES — Is your closet cluttered? Does your garage hold everything except the car? Is your attic attacking? It is time to make some room! Gonzales Main Street Association is set to host the … more
AUSTIN — State Reps. John Cyrier (R-Lockhart) and Lynn Stucky (R-Sanger) have filed legislation to halt the controversial decision by Texas Commissioner of Agriculture Sid Miller approving a lethal … more
GONZALES – A local man was jailed after police said they caught him with narcotics, weed and driving without a license. At 2:15 a.m. April 8, Officer Mark Hastings saw a vehicle traveling north … more
Texas Lions camp is a facility dedicated to serving Texas children between the ages of seven and 16 with disabilities and Type I diabetes. Texas Lions Camp opened in 1953 after four years of … more
AELDER — It turns out people in the Waelder area soon won't have to drive all the way to Gonzales on their day off to take care of their tax and registration business, as they will be able to use a … more
Editor’s note: This is part three of a four-part series of articles written on four of the five candidates vying for a seat in Gonzales City Council. Councilman District 3 Lorenzo Hernandez … more
GONZALES — Clocks have moved forward, little league season is in full swing and the Easter Bunny has hopped through town, so that could only mean one thing. It's time for spring cleaning. The … more
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