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AUSTIN — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced on December 2 that state sales tax revenue totaled $2.51 billion in November, which is 2.9 percent less than in November 2015. “Continued … more
The Gonzales Inquirer held a coloring contest the past few weeks, asking children of our readers to color in holiday-themed photos. The pictures were split into two age groups, from 3-5 and 6-8 with … more
GONZALES – Two people ended up behind bars after police said they were caught with cocaine and meth. At 11:30 p.m. Dec. 3, Officer Tomas Garza saw a vehicle parked in the middle of the road in … more
GONZALES – Three people were arrested after police said one was caught driving drunk, and two others were caught with illegal drugs. At 3 p.m. Nov. 24, Officer Tomas Garza was driving west on … more
GONZALES — In terms of educational tools, Victoria Collage – Gonzales is right at the top. The center has been working with a new cutting-edge technology recently, having introduced a new … more
GONZALES — City council last week approved a $41,000 expenditure to contract with LNV, Inc, to develop and implement a Nitrification Action Plan (NAP), which will help the city water works to … more
GONZALES — Trial proceedings for Mike Hanson, who was arrested in October 2015 and charged with disrupting a meeting and resisting arrest, will get underway Wednesday. The trial will be … more
NIXON – As delays in road construction continue to cause bottlenecking traffic, delays and undue driver stress, officials say the congestion is having a negative economic impact on the … more
NIXON – City Council on Wednesday voted to hire Harold Rice as its interim city administrator. The decision was announced after an executive session during that night's special-called … more
WAELDER – City Council on Tuesday voted to apply for a grant for a patrol car for $37,000. The grant will go through Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA). Officials said the more the city … more
GONZALES — Gonzales City Council met on Tuesday, December 6 and opened the meeting with the swearing in of two new police officers. Mayor Connie Kacir swore in Mark A. Hastings and Donald J. … more
GONZALES — The city of Gonzales is scheduled to begin interviews with finalist applicants for City Manager on Dec. 19. Charles Windwehen, interim city manager, said the city received 33 … more
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