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GEDC to raise flagpole downtown

GONZALES — At last Monday’s Gonzales Economic Development Corporation (GEDC) meeting, Gonzales City Manager Allen Barnes was in attendance to address the gathering and get an idea where the … more

NCISD makes the mark

NIXON — Nixon-Smiley CISD school board was informed last week that the district met standards on its annual Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR) results. TAPR  combine details of district and … more

‘The Wall’ to visit Gonzales

GONZALES — Few monuments are more moving than the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. This March, a mobile version will make an appearance in Gonzales. At Monday’s Gonzales Economic … more

Santa Letters

In today's edition of the Gonzales Inquirer we have Santa Letters. If you're an online subscriber, go here…/page_89256a53-08e0-5ef6-8… to view them. Or just … more

Healthcare Systems raises funds, hope

They call this the season of giving.  Many charities have their best hauls when the twinkling lights of December turn on each year. Stalwarts like the Salvation Army, Toys for Tots and … more

Commissioners presented with USDA programs

GONZALES — County Commissioners on Dec. 14 received a presentation on USDA programs available to rural communities. Rural Development Specialist Dorothy Aupperle spoke to commissioners on a … more

Local man jailed for assaulting wife, mother-in-law

GONZALES — A local man ended up in county jail last week after police said he pushed his wife down and pinned his mother-in-law against the wall. At 11:23 p.m. Dec. 15, Officer Ryan Salles was … more

‘Lights out’ for longtime city employee

GONZALES — At the Dec. 1 city council meeting, City Manager Allen Barnes addressed council from the podium to recognize two city employees on what he called “a very special night.” He … more

The Candidates Awaken

If it feels like election season never ends around here, well, you’re right.  This time last year Gonzales County had just wrapped a gubernatorial election and was embarking on two special … more

Gonzales man drives through Okla. hotel

ALVA, Okla. — A Gonzales man was arrested last week after police said he crashed his pickup into the front desk of a northwestern Oklahoma hotel and nearly ran over two women.  Oklahoma City … more

Man jailed on multiple charges of indecency, sexual assault

By Rob Ford GONZALES — David Holt, 59 of Gonzales, was indicted by a grand jury on Dec. 2 for sexual assault of a child. Holt, 59, of Gonzales, faces nine charges … more

Comptroller gives November tax numbers

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced last week he will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $626.3 million in local sales tax allocations for December, 3 … more

Gonzales water district to hold elections in May

GONZALES — The Gonzales County Underground Water Conservation District (GCUWCD) board of directors has called for an officer’s election to be held May 7.  GCUWCD Administrative Assistant … more

Local man jailed for illegal drugs, handgun

GONZALES — A local man was arrested after police said they found him parked in front of GVEC with illegal drugs, a handgun and marijuana in his truck. At 1:18 a.m. Dec. 12, Officer Dustin … more

South Gonzales County gets the shakes

WESTHOFF – People in the rural area near Nixon were awakened by an earthquake this morning, the second one reported in nearly three months.The U.S. Geological Survey reported the 3.0 magnitude … more

Round Rock man jailed for marijuana

GONZALES — A Round Rock man was jailed last week after police said a routine traffic stop led to the discovery of marijuana and Xanax in the man’s vehicle. At 11:15 p.m. Dec. 4, Officer … more

Filing deadline nears for March 1 primary

County Clerk Lee Riedel reveal an updated list of candidates scheduled to appear on Gonzales County ballots this March. She also reminded potential candidates of the upcoming filing deadline to … more

Nixon man nabbed for assault

NIXON — A local man was arrested after officers said he pulled his girlfriend’s hair, bruised her arms and cut her while trying to drag her out of her own home. At 2 p.m. Nov. 10, Officer … more

Nixon Featherfest moves downtown

NIXON — For those of you who are already thinking of a good parking place at the city’s showbarn for next year’s Featherfest, well...hold that thought. City Administrator Manuel Zepeda said … more

Preserving history

GONZALES — There’s much history residing in Gonzales, that’s for sure. The houses, the storefronts, the artifacts and legacy tell quite a story. But there’s much more than that. It lies … more
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