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Community yard sale labeled a success

The second annual Gonzales Main Street city-wide yard sale on Saturday April 14 was deemed a success by participants in spite of windy and inclement weather early in the morning. But by … more

Cash flows into congress contests

The latest quarterly campaign finance reports have been released by the Federal Election Commission which tracks the campaign contributions and expenditures for congressional candidates. The totals … more

BYK breaks ground for $50 million expansion

GONZALES — On Thursday, April 5 history was made in Gonzales, Texas. On that day, BYK Additives and Instruments broke ground on a $50 million expansion project at its Gonzales manufacturing … more

Gonzales ISD considers tax swap

GONZALES — At their meeting of the Board of Trustees on Monday, the Gonzales Independent School District heard a presentation given by Dr. John Walch of Walch Educational Consulting during a budget … more

VIP Craft Beer tickets going fast

GONZALES — Tickets for the Gonzales Inquirer’s Come and Taste It Craft Beer festival are going fast according to event organizers. With over two weeks left before the inaugural event on the … more

Appraisal District wants to relocate to new building

The Gonzales County Appraisal District is seeking support to build a new facility. The Appraisal District is currently located in the old GVEC building at 928 St. Paul Street, but according to … more

Little League BBQ must go on

GONZALES — Saturday’s cold weather and overnight rain forced postponement of the opening ceremonies and games for the Gonzales Little League. Flooded fields, mist and 45 degree temperatures … more

Yellow Fever wins Boomers catfish tournament

Neither cold, nor wind, nor rain nor gloom of night could prevent the dedicated catfish anglers from participating in the 14th annual Boomers catfish tournament over the weekend. Despite a frigid … more

Farenthold resigns from Congress

U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold announced late Friday afternoon he would resign immediately from Congress. The announcement comes months after reports from the House Ethics Committee that it would open … more

Gonzales to look at alternatives to operating electric utility

Expenses related to replacing a fleet of city electric utility trucks is forcing the City of Gonzales to solicit proposals to provide for the day to day operation and maintenance of the City electric … more

Tickets now available for Beer Festival—Come and buy them now

Tickets for the inaugural Craft Beer festival, as part of the Gonzales Inquirer’s inaugural Craft Beer, Wine and Art Festival they are hosting with Gonzales Main Street, are now available for … more

Gonzales files appeal to Court of Appeals in J.B. Wells lawsuit

The City of Gonzales legal team filed a Notice of Interlocutory Appeal to the 13th Court of Appeals in Corpus Christi, Texas on March 23 in the matter of In Re Estate of J.B. Wells, Jr., deceased … more

An ordinance most fowl — roosters now banned in Gonzales

It was a matter most fowl. Fowl, as in chickens. The Gonzales City Council passed a resolution on Tuesday night amending the city ordinance to prohibit male domestic fowl and the breeding of … more

Craft Beer Festival still needs volunteers

The inaugural Gonzales Inquirer Craft Beer festival on April 27 and 28 is rapidly approaching, but volunteers are still needed to help work the Craft Beer tent on Saturday, April 28. According to … more

Gonzales Healthcare foundation hosting 5F event

GONZALES — The Gonzales Healthcare Systems Foundation will be hosting an event to not only raise money for the hospital, but provide Gonzales a casual networking opportunity for its community … more

Apache Flames win ‘national champions’ at showcase

The Apache Flames Dance team recently competed at the Crowd Pleasers Dance Competition held in San Antonio. The team brought home numerous awards.Soloists Isabel Vela, Brianna Ramos, Julienne Morales … more

Texas Elks Camp — Making a difference in the lives of special children

Some men see things as they are and ask “Why?” I dream things that never were and ask “why not?” That famous quote is the direction Texas Elks Children’s Services Executive Director … more

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Thousands of Texans will wear blue, the official color of prevention, to show their support for children and to emphasize the critical importance of preventing child abuse and neglect and keeping … more

Nixon-Smiley CISD discusses arming staff

NIXON — Nixon-Smiley Consolidated Independent School District hosted a town hall meeting Tuesday night, open to public, to discuss the question of whether the school board should adopt a policy … more

GEDC announces BYK expansion ground breaking ceremony

The Gonzales Economic Developed Corporation is excited to announce the ground breaking for the BYK Expansion project. The formal groundbreaking ceremony is going to take place next Thursday at 4 … more
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