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Local tourism committee looking out for new events

GONZALES — The first order of business for the Gonzales Convention and Visitor Bureau Committee was to accept the resignation of newly-hired Tourism Director Clint Hille from his position on the … more

Rotary hosts Culpepper & Merriweather Circus

GONZALES — For 32 weeks of the year, Culpepper & Merriweather circus brings an action-packed 90-minute show to more than 200 towns in 17 different states, specializing in affordable, … more

Injured fire chief returns home

NIXON — Members of the community were thrilled to welcome home Fire Chief Mark Mendez on Thursday. Mendez, who had been hospitalized for nearly two months after being electrocuted while fighting a … more

Joint meeting Gonzales council, EDC called

GONZALES — Gonzales City Council and Gonzales Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors have called a joint meeting tonight, to address council/EDC matters, including an executive session … more

Local arrested for meth, other drugs

GONZALES — A local man was arrested after police said they found him with marijuana, meth and cocaine. On Oct. 1, Officer Mark Hastings arrived at the 1100 block of Hastings St. to serve an … more

Gonzales County celebrates National Night Out

Heavy rains didn’t deter residents in Gonzales County from hanging out with first responders during their National Night Out events on Tuesday. In Gonzales, residents went to the thrive … more

Performance Improvement Consultant claims firm can save Gonzales $141k annually

GONZALES — Johnson Controls, a performance improvement consultant contracted by local governments, addressed Gonzales City Council on Tuesday Oct. 3, during council's regularly-scheduled meeting. … more

Gonzales City Council ups brush rates, adds card processing fees

GONZALES — As of Nov. 1, 2017 a 1.5 percent fee will apply to all credit or debit transactions made to the City of Gonzales. Gonzales City Council unanimously approved an ordinance establishing an … more

GISD Superintendent praises relief, charity efforts

GONZALES — The Gonzales Independent School District (GISD) Board of Directors met for a routine monthly meeting on Monday, Oct 2. GISD Superintendent Dr. Kimberly Strozier excitedly reported on … more

Waelder to host circus next Friday

WAELDER — Thanks to the sponsorship of the Waelder New Millennium Lions Club, the Culpepper and Merriweather Circus is once again coming to town on Friday, Oct. 13 at the city park located at 700 … more

Local rancher opens new dairy goat farm

As rancher Kelly Allen prepares to start his new dairy goat farm on his 102-acre spread in the Saturn area, he says he expects it to be a top-notch facility that will hopefully see a lot of … more

Performance Improvement Consultant to address Gonzales City Council

GONZALES — Johnson Controls, a performance improvement consultant, contracted by local governments is scheduled to address Gonzales City Council tonight, Tuesday Oct. 3, during council's … more

Be aware of parking, street closures

GONZALES — With the big tops set up on confederate square it is pretty obvious — Come and Take It is about to happen, in a big way. This year's annual Come and Take It Celebration will be Friday, … more

Pair nabbed for credit card abuse

GONZALES — Two Seguin men were arrested in connection with a string of credit card cloning and theft cases, officials say. On Sept. 18, Officer Alberto Carrera was dispatched to the Buccees … more

2 men arrested for illegal drug possession

GONZALES — Two men were arrested after police said they caught them with illegal drugs. On Fri. Sept. 22, Officer Mark Hastings pulled over a car in the 2000 block of Highway 183 for speeding, … more

Noon Lions break ground on splash pad project

GONZALES — The Gonzales Noon Lions broke ground on their highly-anticipated splash pad Tuesday afternoon. It has been two years of planning and fundraising for the Noon Lions, as they worked … more

GEDC undergoes ‘housekeeping’ in short meeting

GONZALES — Gonzales Economic Development corporation met for a short meeting on Monday night, opening with a public hearing on the approval of a Small Business Development Incentive Grant (SBIG) to … more

Local busted for meth

GONZALES – A local man ended up behind bars after police said he was caught with meth and paraphernalia. At 10:46 p.m. Sept. 22, Officer Thomas Garza was patrolling the 300 block of Clifton Poe … more

Local woman charged with credit card abuse

GONZALES – A local woman was arrested after police said she stole a credit card from an elderly woman and used it at numerous locations. At 1:22 p.m. Sept. 13, Officer Alberto Carrera was … more

City to approve ad valorem tax rate Friday

GONZALES — Gonzales city council will meet Friday night in a called city council meeting to discuss and consider approving the ad valorem tax rate. Council will open for public comments before … more
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