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Gonzales Main Street nominated for national recognition

For the 18th consecutive year, the Gonzales Main Street program has been nominated for national accreditation by the National Main Street Center/Main Street America association. The Texas … more

Preservation Gonzales receives $21,600 to begin Jail Museum restoration

The old three-story Gonzales County jail on St. Lawrence by all appearances looks as strong as any newly-constructed clay and mortar building, but to those who know every brick and bar, the jail … more

Victoria College to start plumbing, carpentry courses

Victoria College is adding a couple of new offerings to its curriculum this fall, and one more to next spring’s calendar. New this fall will be a course on plumbing and another one on … more

David B. Walshak Lifetime Achievement Award: Vicki Frenzel

The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture Banquet has come and gone but the residents of Gonzales cannot stop talking about this year’s David B. Walshak Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. … more

Council enters agreement with softball team

GONZALES — There was a lot of unanimous agreement throughout the night as the Gonzales City Council went nearly two hours long in a regularly scheduled city council meeting discussing over 20 … more

Average gasoline prices climb for first time in three weeks

GONZALES – Average retail gasoline prices in Texas have risen 0.9 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.28 per gallon over the weekend. Including the change in gas prices in Texas … more

Texas drilling permits rise by 21 percent

Crude oil traded above $60 a barrel at the close of last month, a level that has encouraged increased drilling. Since then, Texas oil and gas producers have received 1,166 drilling permits, which … more

Barborak tops Mercer in primary election

Gonzales County will have a new County Treasurer as Sheryl Barborak defeated Jo Ann Mercer in the Republican primary election. Barborak led the polls with 872 votes, for 54.20 percent. Mercer, the … more

Primary Elections: Voters Wanted

Polls are open for state-wide and Gonzales County primary elections, today, Tuesday, March 6.Registered voters may cast ballots at their designated polling precinct. Polls close at 7 p.m.Voting … more

SRTs lay wreath for Immortal 32

On Tuesday, Feb. 27 the newly re-commissioned Sons of the Republic of Texas–Chapter 29 laid a wreath at the foot of the Immortal 32 Monument at Gonzales Memorial Museum, commemorating the departure … more

GO! FIGHT! WIN!

The Mighty Apache Cheerleaders raised $6002.57 for Gonzales Healthcare Systems Foundation through their cancer awareness T-shirt sale in the fall. The Foundation uses money donated by the squad each … more

Oil storage fire causes early-morning evacuation

Gonzales County Sheriff’s Office evacuated residents within a one-mile radius of FM 1116 and CR 206, in southern Gonzales County early Sunday morning, while first responders dealt with a … more

Comptroller disperses sales tax revenue allocations

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $911.9 million in local sales tax allocations for February. This allocation is a 6.2 … more

National gas average drops for third week

The national average for a gallon of gasoline has moved lower for the third straight week, falling a penny to $2.50 per gallon while diesel prices fell a penny to stand at $2.94. In Gonzales gas … more

Apache flames bring home awards

The Apache Flames competed at the Crowd Pleasers Dance Competition held at Seguin High School. They competed against 30 teams and over 1000 dancers, with the team bringing home multiple … more

Chamber, Youth Show seek bid pool donations

The Gonzales Youth Livestock Show runs March 1 through March 3, at the J. B. Wells Park Show Barn and Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture has partnered with the Gonzales Youth Show … more

Gonzales Youth Stock Show on tight schedule

The schedule is all set for the Gonzales County Youth Stock Show, running Thursday, March 1 through Saturday, March 3. Animals will be checked in this afternoon (Thursday), with commercial heifers … more

Chamber to serve up breakfast cowboy style

GONZALES – The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture will be kicking off the Gonzales County Youth Stock Show with its annual Cowboy Breakfast at 7 a.m., Friday, March 2. The Chamber of … more

Oil: Prices up, inventories down

Oil prices have risen in the last week, according to information from Energy Information Administration, which showed a larger decline than analysts had expected. Oil inventories dropped 1.6 … more

Come & Taste It schedule of events announced

GONZALES — The schedule of events has been released for the two-day Come & Taste It festival in late April at Confederate Square. The downtown festival is set to feature craft beer, wine, … more
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