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Gonzales native Dustin Carter can call himself a published author now, after recently releasing his novel titled Cortez: A Texas Tale. But the path to becoming an author wasn’t always clear for … more
County commissioners during their Monday, May 11 meeting discussed the latest procedures involving the COVID-19 pandemic, including how to determine and deal with any possible exposure among county … more
As of Wednesday morning, Gonzales County’s total number of confirmed cases is 66.  On Wednesday, the county reported that of the six new cases from earlier this week, two cases are … more
During its monthly meeting on May 11, the Nixon-Smiley school board discussed and approved staff training measures including cyber security and school safety, as well as resources for school recovery … more
WASHINGTON – Community Health Centers of South Central Texas in Gonzales was awarded a federal grant of $393,739 to help expand the range of testing and testing-related activities with respect … more
The Lower Colorado River Authority has donated $104,000 to 52 food banks throughout the LCRA service area to help support communities during these challenging economic times. LCRA provided $2,000 … more
The Texas Department of Transportation started the project to repair the bridge at SH 304 on Monday, May 11. Hunter Industries Ltd, of San Marcos, Texas, was awarded the contract with a bid of … more
  When the Beatles wrote the song “All You Need Is Love,” it had a tremendous impact on fans who wanted the Vietnam war to end.  But it also sent a message to people … more
Gonzales County will host another free mobile COVID-19 test collection site, this time on Monday, May 11 at Waelder ISD gym, 201 US HWY 90 W, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tests are conducted by … more
CEDAR PARK – Fenice Community Media Group has launched a local business stimulus program for locally owned and operated businesses impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. The program will offer local … more
While Gov. Abbott continues to reopen Texas by allowing certain businesses to open at a limited occupancy, the Gonzales Economic Development Corporation (GEDC) continues to push businesses within … more
A “Come and Donate It” food drive will take place during the week of May 11 to benefit Gonzales Christian Assistance Ministries in hopes of helping a community affected by … more
Gov. Greg Abbott will allow hair salons in Texas to reopen Friday — and gyms will be allowed to open May 18. The businesses will be required to follow certain rules, however, as the state … more
Editor’s note: On Monday, Gov. Abbott announced he will let the state’s stay-at-home order expire Thursday as scheduled and allow businesses to begin reopening in phases the next day. … more
The June concerts for Main Street’s annual summer concert series has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During the regularly scheduled Main Street advisory board meeting on Tuesday, … more
The Gonzales community recently welcomed Kim Tucker as its new interim director with the Economic Development Corporation. Born and raised in Bellville, Texas, Tucker graduated from Bellville High … more
On Monday, April 27, 52 individuals took advantage of the free mobile COVID-19 testing that took place at J.B. Wells Arena. The mobile site was set up in Gonzales County to increase the availability … more
On Tuesday, April 28, Gonzales County reported its 18th case of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, in a county resident. The individual is currently experiencing mild symptoms and … more
The Gonzales Economic Development Corporation board of directors is urging businesses within city limits to apply for the COVID-19 grants. Below are frequently asked questions about the grant … 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 districts to highlight the different ways … more
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