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NIXON – A Seguin man was arrested after police reported he had warrants for his arrest out of Wilson County, and that he committed disorderly conduct while confronting them for posting his … more
Editor’s Note: The COVID-19 pandemic has forced school districts to adjust the way they educate their students. The Inquirer reached out to local districts to highlight the different ways … more
Editor's note: Hayley Gordon of Nixon-Smiley CISD recently shared photos of her students involved with remote learning. Here are some of those photos plus the story of the success she's … more
Texas State Parks began reopening for day-use only April 20 as part of a broader effort to begin reopening the state of Texas. Per Governor Abbott’s direction, new restrictions in effect … more
In search of ways to aid our community in need, GVTC and The GVTC Foundation have collaborated with seven local food pantries, three Boerne ISD schools, and the GVTC Central Office of Blanco to … more
Gov. Greg Abbott announced Friday that public and private school classrooms will remain closed for the remainder of the school year to avoid quickening the spread of COVID-19. The decision, made … more
Gonzales city council unanimously approved an extension of their public health emergency declaration last week to match with Gov. Greg Abbott’s declaration. The ordinance approved extends the … more
On Monday, April 13, the Gonzales Economic Development Corporation (GEDC) approved the COVID-19 business grant application detailing the financial assistance businesses within the city of Gonzales … more
For anyone, a visit to the Victoria College campus is typically welcoming with open arms.  Since the campus’ inception several years ago, prospective students and visitors alike have … more
In a short regular meeting of the board of trustees, Gonzales Independent School District board trustees unanimously voted to postpone the May 2 school board election to Nov. 3, 2020, citing the … more
The Smiley city council passed an ordinance last Thursday to extend their declaration of public health emergency and new curfew indefinitely. “We want to keep everyone safe,” Smiley … more
As the nation continues to shelter in place because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is urging Texans to shop online or practice strict social distancing measures for in-store … more
Editor’s Note: The COVID-19 pandemic has forced school districts to adjust the way they educate their students. The Inquirer reached out to local districts to highlight the different ways … more
Gonzales County is reporting the 2nd case of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, in a county resident. The individual is currently hospitalized in Victoria County. This case is … more
In response to guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as well as local health agencies, the city of Smiley closed city hall to the public as well as implemented a city-wide curfew for … more
In a special-called meeting over teleconference on Tuesday, the Gonzales Economic Development Corporation (GEDC) board met to further discuss details on a proposed financial assistance package that … more
The chairman of the Gonzales Economic Development Corporation has resigned over a disagreement with some members of the Gonzales City Council. Dewey Smith, then-president of the GEDC, submitted … more
In an effort to further protect Gonzales and its residents from the spread of COVID-19, the City of Gonzales announced the following closures: Independence Park: Park entrances and exits will be … more
Editor’s Note: The COVID-19 pandemic has forced school districts to adjust the way they educate their students. The Inquirer reached out to local districts to highlight the different ways … more
Gonzales County received confirmation from the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) that the one confirmed case in Nixon has recovered and is no longer required to self-quarantine. As of … more
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