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It was 22 years in the making and no sooner does Jill Zapata’s first book finally get published and it gets overshadowed by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s ironically apropos for a book about … more
As Tropical Storm Cristobal moved north in the Gulf of Mexico from the Yucatan Peninsula toward Louisiana, the weather system’s potential impact on East Texas grew and Gov. Greg Abbott on June … more
The coronavirus pandemic has created widespread fear and economic anxiety across Texas, and mental health experts and advocates say rural areas — which already had fewer providers and higher … more
On June 4, DeWitt County reported its 18th case of COVID-19. The virus has since spread to three other members of the family residing in two separate households northwest of Yoakum. The household … more
Both the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University will require all students, faculty and staff to wear face masks in campus buildings next fall to prevent the spread of COVID-19, campus … more
School days will run longer, and some students might have classes on Saturdays, but all of the universities in The Texas A&M University System will open in the fall with face-to-face … more
For more than 20 years, the Passenger Safety Project of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has been focusing its efforts on the proper use of child safety seats to reduce injuries and … more
The National Weather Service reports that a heat advisory will be in effect from noon to 7 p.m. today for counties along and east of Interstate 35 including the Austin and San Antonio Metro areas. … more
Although Tropical Storm Cristobal is expected to stay east of Texas on a course for Louisiana, it will still impact weather in the Lone Star State. According to the National Weather Service, … more
As of Wednesday morning, the number of people in Gonzales County contracting COVID-19 had increased by nearly half over the previous week to 151 with a third death from the virus being reported … more
Despite the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Gonzales Independent School District (GISD) students and faculty successfully held the 2020 graduation ceremony Friday evening at Apache … more
Maria De Jesus “Jesusa” Almaraz celebrated her 103rd birthday Monday with a parade in her honor in keeping with COVID-19 safety precautions. Almaraz was born June 1, 1917, in Saltillo, Mexico … more
Monday began the hurricane season and right on schedule a system formed in the Gulf of Mexico that could potentially strengthen and strike the coast of Texas. Tropical Storm Cristobal became the … more
The Gonzales Independent School District is participating in the 2020 Seamless Summer Option (SS). Meals will be provided for curbside pickup (as it has occurred since March 23) to all children ages … more
During its monthly meeting on May 26, the Gonzales Main Street board decided to cancel the June portion of its annual summer concert series due to the COVID-19 pandemic, although it remains … more
The Texas A&M University System Regents on Friday voted to reopen the system’s 11 university campuses for the fall semester, employing a mixture of face-to-face instruction with remote and online … more
The public will have an opportunity to hear from the four finalists for Victoria College’s president position during individual open public forums scheduled for consecutive days in June. Each … more
Q. What are some good vines to use in the landscape? I want to be able to block at least one unattractive view in full sun and I would like to use some old fencing for some vines that provide nectar … more
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