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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a statewide order on Tuesday, closing all Texas schools through May 4 and extending his social distancing order for all Texans through April 30 as part of the … more
In response to the first confirmed case of COVID-19 near the Nixon area, the city of Nixon issued a “stay home – work safe” order that began Tuesday night and will continue until … more
The Gonzales Economic Development Corporation in a special-called meeting on Monday formed two committees to discuss the details of considering financial assistance to be used for businesses within … more
It was an idea 10 years in the making. For 10 years, Mark Metzler helped set up the music stage on Confederate Square for Main Street’s Summer Concert Series and Come and Take It … 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 school districts to highlight the different … more
One of the undiscovered—or at least underused—facilities in all of Gonzales County is the Texas Elks Children’s Services camp located in Ottine, Texas. For almost 75 years, this … more
In an emergency meeting called last week, the Gonzales ISD school board unanimously approved a resolution delegation of authority to Superintendent John Schumacher in response to COVID-19. The … more
In these uncertain times, people are searching for safe things to do, safely leave their house and, at the same time, have fun. Locally, some people, led by Suzanne Young Zaitz, have put together … more
Gonzales County is reporting its first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the Nixon area. Communications have been ongoing between county and city officials, the local healthcare facility and Gonzales … more
The city of Smiley called an emergency meeting Friday morning to postpone the municipal May 2 general elections to Nov. 3, citing the guidance of Gov. Greg Abbot to help reduce the possibility of … more
If you are sick with COVID-19 or think you might have it, follow the steps below to help protect other people in your home and community.   Stay home except to get medical care Stay … more
It was history in the making on Monday night, and Gonzales residents will be better off for a long time because of it. At a special meeting involving the Emergency Service District (ESD) … more
The scourge of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has come to Gonzales in a big way. Even though there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Gonzales as of press time, city, county and state … more
Local school districts in Gonzales County have been finding ways to continue to connect to their communities, whether it’s through a curbside meal service or distance learning, during the … more
In an emergency meeting called Wednesday evening, the Gonzales City Council amended their declaration of local disaster by establishing rules and regulations for the duration of the disaster, … more
Below is the list of businesses who have updated their hours due to the pandemic. Restaurants are allowed to provide curbside pickup, drive-thru window or deliver in some cases. All indoor dining … more
The City of Gonzales met in an emergency meeting Friday afternoon over a teleconference to discuss amending and possibly extending the public health emergency they declared on Monday. The meeting was … more
The Gonzales Inquirer has announced it is postponing and possibly even canceling the third annual Come and Taste It Craft Beer and Wine Festival. Scheduled for the weekend of April 24-25, officials … more
GONZALES – The City of Gonzales City Council has voted to extend and modify the Declaration of Public Health Emergency put into action on March 15, 2020 by City of Gonzales Mayor, Connie … more
The Gonzales city of council voted unanimously in a special-called meeting on Monday to reinstate their Declaration of Public Health Emergency and expand on restrictions set in the original … more
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