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Gonzales County Voter Registrar Crystal Cedillo wants to remind voters that the final day to register to vote in the May 4 Gonzales mayoral election is April 4. All address changes and new voter … more
The music and entertainment for the second annual Gonzales Inquirer Come and Taste It Craft Beer and Wine festival have been announced. On Friday night, at the Kenneth Stewart Trucking VIP event, … more
Not since Willie Nelson brought his 4th of July Picnic here in 1976 has live music faced eternal damnation. One could easily draw a line from the fictional Ren McCormack of the film … more
Funeral arrangements for a local soldier missing in action have been announced. Master Sgt. Charlie John Mares of the United States Army was a World War II veteran by the time he arrived in Korea … more
GONZALES — After two special-called meetings the past seven days, the Gonzales ISD board of trustees began the process of finding their new superintendent by hiring the Texas Association of … more
In news other than Float Fest, the Gonzales city council took up a few items of interest to the city. Council first heard from the city attorney on changes to the planning and zoning ordinances. … more
The special election called by voters for a tax rollback on the City of Gonzales failed last Saturday. In all, 737 voters participated in the rollback election, or 18.6205 percent of Gonzales' … more
In a letter distributed out to the community, Dr. Kim Strozier has announced her intentions to retire as superintendent of schools for Gonzales ISD. Strozier is set to retire this … more
There's a few things that are certain in Waelder: trains, throngs of workers heading in for their shift, and tasty homemade burgers. The Inquirer was out and about this week looking for those … more
The time is upon Gonzales voters to decide the fate of the city's tax rate. Will it stay at the $0.3050 per $100 of property tax valuation as decided by city council last year, or will it “roll … more
The Gonzales Inquirer has learned of a whisper campaign in Gonzales designed to embarrass mayoral candidate Rob Brown. The rumor mill stated that candidate Brown was in arrears on a few years of … more
The times they are a’changing—at least for Boomers Sports Bar. On Friday, March 8, Rosie Brown of Gonzales purchased the bar from Leann Wilkerson. She has changed the name of the bar … more
The Guadalupe River could get a lot more exciting this summer if a major music festival is granted permission to set up shop here. A workshop is scheduled for Thursday so that Gonzales city council … more
On Tuesday, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) announced that a Waelder man killed in the Korean War will return home, nearly 69 years after he was reported missing in action. According to … more
GONZALES — The Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR), coaches’ resignations and HVAC units needing to be replaced were all topics of discussion in Gonzales Independent School … more
For the second time in the storied history of Gonzales, the Alamo has asked our community for our help. And each time, Gonzales answered the call. The latest request started a few weeks ago, when … more
If some parents had their way, vaccines would go the way of smallpox. In Texas, amidst several measles outbreaks, some lawmakers want to make it easy for parents to opt their children out of … more
Burchard is a 1955 Gonzales graduate. He practiced law here for 45 years before retiring two years ago. He first ran for mayor in 2012, losing to Bobby Logan.   Why did you decide to … more
Brown is a 1979 Gonzales graduate. After a career outside of town, he returned 10 years ago with his wife, Lisa.   Why did you decide to run for mayor? “This has been an ongoing … more
Kacir is a Gonzales native and businesswoman who became mayor in 2016 after a no-contest election. She presents herself as a fixer and a mean agent of details   Why did you decide to run … more
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