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Annual scholarship awarded to honor the memory, work of a dedicated nurse

GONZALES — The Hannah Siepmann Deschner Scholarship was started to honor the memory and work of Everett Deschner’s mother Rosa Johanna Gertrud Siepmann. Siepmann was born August 27, 1898 in … more

Eel study to continue through September

The City of Gonzales has saved $6,000 by switching to San Marcos-based Bio-West for environmental research during the planning and engineering phase before repairs are made to the hydroelectric dam … more

County votes to obtain new office space

GONZALES — County commissioners on July 10 voted to obtain new office space for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), and are planning to use the old tax-assessor-collector’s office as the … more

4 more ninjas take the stage in 'A Winter's Tale'

GONZALES — Late Thursday afternoon, four of Gonzales youngest actors took the Crystal Theatre stage alongside 10 other young actors, following an intensive 11-day program at Camp Shakespeare, a … more

Alleged reckless driver arrested

GONZALES — A local man — who was already wanted on various charges — now faces additional charges after police said he drove recklessly through the Walmart parking lot before leading them on a … more

Nixon to start neighborhood watch program

NIXON — City council on Monday approved a new neighborhood watch program to help report and prevent criminal activity in the community. Pct. 4 Constable John Moreno told the council that a … more

CTI Celebration adds inflatable attractions

GONZALES — It is never too early to get excited about Gonzales' annual Come and Take It Celebration and event organizers are constantly on the lookout for new attractions and activities. This week, … more

Ray of Sunshine: Chamber of Commerce student worker prepares for next chapter

GONZALES — It is going to be a Gray day when Gonzales Chamber of Commerce bids farewell to the much-loved "Ray of Sunshine" that is Regan "Ray Ray" Gray, the chamber's student worker. "We call … more

Nixon to start neighborhood watch program

NIXON — City council on Monday approved a new neighborhood watch program to help report and prevent criminal activity in the community. Pct. 4 Constable John Moreno told the council that a … more

Waelder announces lone finalist for superintendent

WAELDER — On July 8, school board officials announced they selected Jon C. Orozco as the district’s lone finalist for the superintendent position. Board President Dora Noyola said the board will … more

Stolen check used to purchase truck

GONZALES — What might have been a leisurely weekend trip to the coast ended up being a trip to jail after police said a man bought a pickup truck with a stolen check. At 10:20 a.m. July 1, … more

City makes splash with pad approval

GONZALES — Gonzales City Council, Tuesday night, voted to approve a $125,000 Gonzales Economic Development Corporation grant to the Gonzales Noon Lions, for use toward a splash pad. The grant … more

City of Gonzales issues Annual Water Quality Report

The City of Gonzales has released its Annual Water Quality Report. The required report mailed out to city water customers last week. The report covers the reporting period from January 1, 2016 … more

GPD clarifies counterfeit report

GONZALES — Capt. Allen Taylor with GPD made a clarification on a recent article on the arrest of two women charged in connection with the passing of counterfeit checks as well as stolen names, … more

Officials investigating stolen cemetery American flag

SMILEY — Authorities are investigating reports of an American flag being taken from the Bundick Cemetery on HWY 87 just west of town on Sunday, July 2. During the incident, the flagpole was knocked … more

County transportation, meal delivery service seeks community support

GONZALES — Gonzales County Senior Citizens Association is under new directorship. Former GCSCA Transportation Director Robert Cornett, after 13 years, has transitioned into the role of Executive … more

St. James Missionary Baptist Church Celebrates 150 years

On the green banks of Gonzales County's Peach Creek, 150 years ago, in what is now known as Little New York, Bascom Lake Church was founded. The church, now known as St. James Missionary Baptist … more

Downtown Nixon sees improvement

NIXON — It’s getting a little easier to drive through downtown these days as contractors have sped up the road construction process on HWY 80. Up until a couple of weeks ago the road was down to … more

Gonzales City Council meets Tuesday night to authorize Splash Pad, other GEDC expenditures

GONZALES — Gonzales City Council meet Tuesday night to approve a $125,000 expenditure by Gonzales Economic Development Corporation toward the funding of the Gonzales Noon Lions Splash Pad; a … more

Possible counterfeiters jailed

GONZALES — Two women were recently arrested in connection with the passing of counterfeit checks as well as stolen names, social security numbers and bank account information. On June 23, Capt. … more
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