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On June 13, 2019, the Texas 13th District Court of Appeals upheld a trial court’s decision to deny the City of Gonzales’ plea to the jurisdiction in the J.B. Wells lawsuit. The suit in … more
Former Gonzales Inquirer staff reporter and current film maker Erik McCowan is not afraid to beat to the rhythm of his own drum. So, when the question of how he wanted to handle getting married … more
Gonzales County Commissioners Court unanimously voted to strike all qualifications for the chief clerk position following clarification from attorneys James P. Allison and Robert T. Bass of Allison, … more
Gonzales County Emergency Services District No. 1 (ESD) board conditionally selected Kevin Pirkle as the third member of the recently-reformed three member Gonzales County Emergency Medical Services … more
Gonzales County Commissioners Court was pitched on new hybrid electronic voting machines to be used for county-wide elections. Matt Kunz, a representative of Elections Systems and Software, explained … more
Started back in 2016, the Rotary Club of Gonzales funded the Early Act First Knight program at the elementary schools at Gonzales ISD. The program is a daily social/emotional learning program for … more
City Manager Tim Patek explained the next steps in the tourism director hiring process to the Gonzales Convention and Visitor Bureau board at its meeting Thursday, July 18. Patek made note that the … more
Smiley City Council agreed to hire U.S. Underwater Services, LLC to perform tank inspections for 2019. Though the city had its tanks inspected earlier this year, that inspection was for 2018. The … more
With a split 3-2 vote, Nixon City Council selected Roosevelt Street as the location for the city’s future splash pad. Alderpersons Estevan “Steve” Aguirre, Maggie Gaytan and Mark … more
With the Texas Education Agency (TEA) 2019 Accountability Ratings coming out next month, Nixon-Smiley Consolidated Independent School District Director of Special Programs Jane Dwyer, Nixon-Smiley … more
With the passage of new bylaws at the Gonzales County Emergency Medical Services and Rescue board meeting July 16, the board has shrunk from 11 members to three. The move, described by the … more
Gonzales City Council voted unanimously to allow the Gonzales Convention and Visitors Bureau board to post a job opening for the recently-vacated tourism director position. The decision, made at … more
A group of community members, led by Gonzales ISD educator Jami Owens, met on Tuesday to discuss the possibility of taking over efforts to run Project Graduation, an annual year-end event for … more
The most recent Luling Market Days event is set for Saturday. The semi-frequent local vendor marketplace runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., July 20 at the Luling Civic Center, 333 E. Austin Street, Luling, … more
The Guadalupe Blanco River Authority was expected to discuss the potential draining of an additional four lakes in the GBRA’s mandated authority area at its regularly scheduled meeting in … more
Pastor Jimmy Lammers of the First Baptist Church of Luling was given a key to the city of Luling by Mayor Mike Hendricks. Lammers was invited to give the invocation before the July 11 Luling City … more
Gonzales County Sheriff Matt Atkinson announced last week that he is going to seek a second term as sheriff in 2020. Atkinson, the 33rd sheriff in Gonzales County history, was first elected in … more
Gonzales Independent School District (GISD) board of directors voted to invest more than $1 million into employee compensation. The decision was made at the school board meeting Monday, July 8, after … more
Gonzales City Council will discuss and possibly act on “staff direction regarding the position of tourism director” at its meeting tonight, July 11. Clint Hille, the city’s previous … more
Gonzales County Commissioners Court voted to submit an application for a revitalization grant to the Texas General Land Office. The court submitted both a housing and infrastructure application. The … more
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