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After months of uncertainty, litigation and pitches to local municipalities, Float Fest finally has a new home in Gonzales County. Judge Pat Davis approved a permit for the mass gathering of 25,000 … more
In just over a month, the 11th annual Gonzales Main Street Concert Series will once again kick off and electrify the downtown square in Gonzales. The weekly fun, food, drinks, games and live music … more
In the wake of the April 10 mayoral forum, the Inquirer reached out to all three candidates to better understand their individual visions for Gonzales and the direct they would like to take the … more
Severe thunderstorms rolled into Gonzales County Wednesday morning causing power outages to, at its peak, over 1,000 Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative (GVEC) customers. The rain continued … more
Early voting for county-wide elections continues on Thursday and Friday, April 25-26. Polls are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in all locations except Smiley which is open 8 a.m. to noon. After a brief … more
At the most recent Gonzales city council meeting April 11, Jon Watson of BrooksWatson & Co. delivered the findings of their Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR.) Watson, an independent … more
The Gonzales Inquirer wants to make sure all attendees are aware that there will not be a credit card machine available for use on Saturday at the Come and Taste It Craft Beer and Wine Festival. Only … more
One of the major reasons for putting on the Craft Beer and Wine Festival is Project 2030, a program designed to raise scholarship money for Gonzales High School graduates at Victoria College’s … more
A nice variety of hors d’oeuvres will be a feature of the Come and Taste It portion of this year’s Craft Beer and Wine Festival. Five different vendors will have a variety of different … more
The 2019 rendition of the Gonzales Inquirer’s Come and Taste It Craft Beer Festival is going to feature some of the best bands in the great state of Texas. From Gonzales to Austin, and … more
The weatherman is predicting perfect weather this weekend for the second annual Gonzales Inquirer Come and Taste It Craft Beer and Wine festival which will be held on Confederate Square on Friday … more
Two of the three candidates vying for mayor of Gonzales met at the Gonzales Junior High School auditorium Wednesday, April 10 to discuss their plans for the city. Incumbent mayor Connie Kacir and … more
Early voting for elections across Gonzales County open Monday, April 22. Polls are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the first round of early voting which lasts from April 22-26. In Smiley, polls are open 8 … more
The South Texas Press Association announced that the Gonzales Inquirer won 12 different awards in the yearly Better Newspaper Contest. The results were announced during a luncheon at the 93rd annual … more
Float Fest founder Marcus Federman pitched his three-day July music festival Monday, April 15 to the Gonzales County Commissioner’s Court. Federman is seeking the county’s approval to … more
Nixon-Smiley Consolidated Independent School District (NSCISD) administrators, including Superintendent Cathy Lauer, hosted a Q&A session last week to answer any questions pertaining to the … more
There will be a craft beer festival volunteer meeting on Wednesday, April 24 at the Running M Bar and Grill at 7:30 p.m. All people who confirmed they are volunteering and who want to participate … more
Plans continue to gel for the Gonzales Inquirer’s second annual Come and Taste It Craft Beer and Wine Festival, as more breweries and vendors have committed to the event. CaraCara Brewing … more
The 15th Annual Boomers Sports Bar Alvis Malatak fishing tournament was completed on Saturday, April 13 under sunny skies and warmer temperatures than in 2018. Eight out of 12 teams … more
The Gonzales city council approved a $200,000 grant for Texas Gonzales Northern Railway to be used for rail improvements. The council, minus absent council member Gary Schroeder, unanimously approved … more
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