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Sentencing set for David Holt

GONZALES — David Holt, the man charged with sexual assault of a child, will appear for sentencing in Judge William Kirkendall’s District Court Friday. Holt, 59, entered into a plea agreement … more

Madame mayor

GONZALES — Gonzales residents might be delighted to know that they will be spared an election after just coming out of one. And that is because only one candidate filed to be on the ballot for the … more

Apaches take home medals from Stockdale tennis meet

STOCKDALE — The Gonzales Apaches tennis team came away with some medals after traveling to Stockdale for a tournament last week. In girls’ singles, Madalin Kocian was named consolation winner. … more

Wreck sends 2 to hospital

GONZALES — A two-vehicle crash sent two people to the hospital when the driver of a Chevy truck ran a red light, officials say. At 10:03 a.m. March 1, Officer Dustin Kincaid was dispatched to … more

Gonzales Rotary hosts ‘First Knight Program’

The Gonzales Rotary Club hosted Tuesday’s presentation of Early Act First Knight Program, presented by Sir Cass Garcia. Held at the JB Wells Arena, the event was a medieval representation of … more

Man jailed for sexual assault

GONZALES — A Lumberton man remains in custody in Gonzales County Jail after police said he was arrested for sexually assaulting a 9-year-old girl. At 9:15 p.m. Feb. 26, Officer Ryan Salles met … more

The votes are (finally) in

Election Day turned into Election Night and eventually Election Morning at the Gonzales County Clerk’s Office where the day’s votes were being counted. Though most races in the county were … more

Austin man jailed for weed

GONZALES — An Austin man ended up behind bars after officers said he gave faulty identity information and possession of marijuana. At 7:03 p.m. Feb. 26, Sgt. J.D. Holt saw a vehicle being driven … more

Local man jailed for trespassing, resisting

GONZALES — A local man was jailed after police said he violated a criminal trespass warning and put up a fight when officers tried to arrest him. At 2:03 a.m. Feb. 23, Sgt. J.D. Holt was … more

Hot Rod Standoff to return

Can enthusiasts and those of the gear-head culture will be delighted to hear of the return of the Hot Rod Standoff car show to Gonzales, which motors back to town on Saturday, June 4.  It is the … more

Election day is today

Today is Super Tuesday which means Election Day in Texas and much is on the line across the board. From presidential delegates to precinct constable, Gonzales County voters will have a host of … more

Smiley to hold city council election

In the Friday, Feb. 26 edition of the Gonzales Inquirer, we published a story stating that the City of Smiley cancelled its election because its mayoral incumbent, Ellis Villasana, and its two … more

GISD election to be cancelled

Terms will expire in May for two places on the board of trustees for Gonzales Independent School District. And since no candidates filed to face the incumbents last week, the election will be … more

County weighs reduction in eviction fees

GONZALES — County commissioners are considering lowering service fees for landlords in the process of evicting leaseholders for non-payment. Officials say lower rates will make it easier for … more

For your consideration: District judge race

Texas has a rare exception to the rule. Our judges are elected by the people, not appointed by the governor. And that leads to interesting contests between candidates. In normal races that pit one … more

Waelder, Nixon elections set

Editor's note: This story has been edited due to a clarification on the City of Smiley elections. City officials have provided updates on mayoral and city council positions that are up for the … more

New GISD facilities set to open

A cold wind descended upon Gonzales on Tuesday afternoon but that did not deter faculty, parents and students from welcoming the newest addition to the GISD family. The results of the November … more

Mind your signs

GONZALES — Candidates on the March 1 Texas primary ballot boast a lot of things that they say qualify them for office. A law degree, public service, grassroots organizing and hours spent in law … more

Campaign finance

GONZALES — There’s nothing more exciting to a political wonk than poring over newly published campaign finance reports.  To the casual fan, these documents simply show the mad amounts of cash … more

Green on Green

A statewide candidate with local ties is betting on name confusion to get him onto the Texas Supreme Court. Click on the link below to read the article from the Texas … more
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