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It’s a boy!

Gonzales Healthcare Systems’ first baby of the New Year has arrived! A 7-pound baby boy, measuring 20 inches long, took his first breath the second day of the New Year. The 2018 New Year’s baby … more

Man arrested for drugs, firearms

Man arrested for drugs, gun in his homeAt approximately 9:50 p.m., on Thursday, December 21, Officers with Gonzales Police Department arrived at a private residence in the 100 block of Smith Street. … more

‘Stunting’ at Kensington Palace

How many high school cheerleaders can say they stunted at the gates to Kensington Palace. Well, four for certain. Four Gonzales High School varsity cheerleaders spent part of their Christmas break in … more

$25K tourism video in use after almost 3 years

In 2015, the City of Gonzales authorized $25,000 in funding toward the creation of a Gonzales tourism video. Two years and several months after the final edits were made to the video, the Gonzales … more

Holiday tradition of service a staple at Boomers

There is a Christmas song that goes "Oh, there's no place like home for the holidays..." But what if you are one of those who have no place to go for the holidays? What if circumstances and life … more

FCCLA to donate to Little Dresses for Africa cause

Gonzales High School's Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) competes annually in a service project. This year FCCLA participants are creating mostly-handmade pillowcase dresses for … more

GCAGT Steak Night Fundraiser adds dance to festivities

GONZALES — The grills are hot and the 10th annual Gonzales County Area Go Texan Steak Night Scholarship Fundraiser is ready to serve up a smokin' night of food, fun and dancing, all in the name of … more

Scheduling bulk pickup is easy, free

With the season of unwrapping and unpackaging at an end, there is no need to wait for a community-wide clean-up event to get rid of bulky items. Now is as good a time as any to take advantage of the … more

Judge Bird prepares for retirement

Gonzales County Judge David Bird has been presiding over the county courts for nearly 20 years. Thus far he has heard 8,200 cases and will likely hear another 500 before he retires in 2018. … more

City flushing lines, still working with TCEQ

In the last week, The City of Gonzales shut down two water tanks, switched the city over to well reserve tanks and sent water samples to Seguin and Austin. On Friday morning, City Manager Sean … more

City oversight invalidates petition

Despite efforts from community members calling for a rollback election, it was announced during city council on Wednesday that there will be no rollback election. With 405 valid signatures on a … more

Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture set for board election

GONZALES — Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture has gotten eight nominations for civic-minded additions to the 2018 Board of Directors.On the ballot are, in alphabetical order by last … more

City shifts from water tanks to well reserves

GONZALES — On Friday, Dec. 15, the City of Gonzales shifted water delivery from the city's water supply tanks to the city's water well system. According to city officials, this measure has been … more

GEDC Board seeking applications

A couple of unexpected events have changed the structure of Gonzales Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors. The untimely death of Board Treasurer Keith Brown has left one vacancy while … more

Special meeting called to discuss tax rate

Gonzales City Council is set for a Special Called Meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, December 20, at 4 p.m. The meeting is slated to open with a Hearing of the Citizens then promptly adjourn into … more

Monthly sales tax revenue distributed

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar sent cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $695.2 million in local sales tax allocations for December, reflecting a 10.8 percent … more

A cut above the rest

It is not often in life that a person can live their dream. But don’t tell that to Susie Selzer. Selzer, who owns the Le Petit Maison beauty salon, has been living her dream for almost a … more

Farenthold to not seek re-election

After seven years in Congress, U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Texas) will not run for re-election. Farenthold, who represents Texas Congressional Dist. 27, made the announcement Thursday Morning in a … more

Gonzales Inquirer going weekly

Dear Readers,I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our loyal readers, advertisers, and business partners for their dedication to The Gonzales Inquirer for so many years. We are going to … more

Candidates announced for primary ballots

The candidate filing deadline for the 2018 election has come and gone. Early voting for the primary election is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 through March 2, 2018. The primary election will … more
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